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A jugalbandi of tastes and flavours
At Mushk, a Delhi restaurant, aromas of many a region combine to provide a platter that is both tasty and reasonably priced. More


For the busy executive
A quick and easy way to keep your house spic `n' span. Marriott International's house-keeping team offers tips to make short work of housework. More


On the fitness bandwagon
Meet Nina Gulati, a fitness professional who has opened fitness centres in the Capital and also plans to expand her clientele beyond Delhi. More


Chennai men care more for hair & skin
A LOT more men are going in for hair and skin treatment in Chennai than anywhere else in the country, according to Oscar Pereira, founder promoter of the Mumbai-based Cheryl's Cosmetics. Pereira, who is in the city for the launch of Cheryl's ... More


Dev group sets up Shelter beach resort
SHELTER Beach Resort, a three-star beach property along the East Coast Road (ECR), is targeting conferences and incentives market. Set up at a cost of Rs 4.5 crore, this is the second hotel set up by the Dev Group of companies. According to ... More

5-star resort coming up at Kovalam
The resort is located about 16 km from Thiruvananthapuram, approximately an hour's flight from Colombo and Male. All three destinations are easily accessible by scheduled flights. More


The Mallorcan scroll
The real Mallorca is not to be found at its famous beaches, but in the island's interior — the old towns with narrow streets, local markets, olive groves and monasteries, says Uday K. Chakraborty. More

Welcome to Kampuchea
Cambodia is a land with a unique influence of two of the world's greatest religions. D.B.N. Murthy writes on its many temples and historical sites. More

Travel rush goes Down Under
AUSTRALIA seems to be the flavour of the season, if one were to go by the number of inquiries that travel agents are receiving about Down Under. Since there are no direct flights to Australia, Indian passengers who have to transit through ... More

`Truly Malaysia' winter packages
PLANNING a holiday this winter? Malaysia may be an exciting destination. A three-nights/four-day package for Rs 17,000 per person, say the promoters, seems like a major attractive holiday opportunity. In a first of its kind in the tourism ... More


On the banks of the Beas
As Sarvesh and Priyanka Banerjee trek to Beas Kund, they enjoy the many wonderful sights of the region, and wonder whether rapid commercialisation will ruin the beauty of this region. More

Majestic presence
A view of the 400-year-old Golconda Fort. Originally built by Kakatiya Kings in 1143, it rose to glory during the Bahamani Kingdom in 1364. The massive granite structure, now in a dilapidated condition, was built by the Qutub Shahi Kings in the ... More


The waiting truth
IN the days of LPs, almost all disks were black. Now there is the Black Disk, which I am told is "perhaps the most controversial CD-ROM in America today" where "the truth is waiting". If you are at least 18, you can order it and discover "the ... More
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