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August 2014

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How to rock a drape

India has been a country of drapes. Our ancestors wore dhotis, one-shoulder draped ensembles and shawls. Even today, the street style in Indian heartlands like Rajasthan and Bengal are steeped in this tradition. Indian designers over the last few decades have given drapes a new, contemporary twist. Tarun Tahiliani, Shantanu…

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The runners’ diet plan

Running requires high endurance levels, as well as the ability to pace yourself. For new runners, it’s tempting to be disappointed with your early results as you end up out of breath after going only a short distance. Increasing your speed and stamina will only come with time, but you…

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How to get a 6-pack in 4 weeks

Getting the perfect abs is hard work and there are no shortcuts to get that six-pack. You need to ensure that you complement abdominal exercises with the right kind of diet, which is protein and carbohydrate-rich. Stay away from any kinds of refined or processed food. Also, just doing the…

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In conversation with Gaggan Anand

Before Gaggan Anand opened his restaurant in Bangkok in 2011, the chef, then 22, was already tickling the taste buds of presidents, celebrities and royal families. He began his career at the Taj Group’s Orient Express and Zodiac Grill, and then landed on Thai shores to work his charm at…

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REVIEW: CHEVAL’S NEW LUNCH MENU

The welcoming interiors of Cheval are dominated by bursts of colour contrasted with wooden furniture, quirky light fixtures, abstract paintings and photographs and near-barren walls evoking a rustic feel. The 3,000-square-foot space is divided into three distinct parts. The first room—that houses a huge bar and is splashed in hues…