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Making the right moves
Chess queen Tania Sachdev is always at the helm, be it the black-and-white squares of the chessboard or the varied hues of life, finds Anuj Kumar
Columns

On the right track
India's spirituality contributes to the growth of opera singer Larissa Rai
Beauty And Wellness

Adapt to win
The four principles of training help you get the best out of the gym
Food

Mongolian beef

A popular dish in American Chinese cuisine, it's strips of beef stir-fried with onions and other vegetables in a dark brown sauce. The dish is typically made with beef strips from a flank steak, scallots and other vegetables tossed in a Hoisin ...


Smell of the streets
The Singapore hawkers' festival brings in frill-free flavours of the region
On a journey's trail
Moti Mahal, synonymous with its tandoori chicken, is now 90 years old
THE RELUCTANT GOURMET
A wok in Pichavaram!
What is it about Chinese cuisine that has enabled it to travel to every nook and corner of the country?
Born to run
Research reveals that humans were meant to be long-distance runners. TARA PARKER POPE tells us how to do it without injuries
A date with Thai curry
Quaint South-East Asian artefacts sit alongside contemporary European outdoor furniture at Nectar
Cinema

NOW SHOWING

After its share of controversies and an adult certificate, debutant Rensil D'Silva's film is finally here. Produced by Karan Johar, it is set against the backdrop of global terrorism and features real life couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena ...


Telling the truth
Debutant director Rensil D' Silva shares the making of “Kurbaan” with RANA SIDDIQUI ZAMAN
Music

MY FIVE

This song is from the album Heavy Horses released at the end of the 1970s, with a sharp guitar rhythm and magical lyrics. The lyrics are pure poetry: “And a new breeze chattered in its May-bud tenderness/ Sending water-lilies sailing as ...
Travel

Sojourn at the Serai

N estled in the foothills of the Bababudangiri range, with the massive Mullayangiri peak towering over it is the town of Chikmagalur, famous for its coffee estates and scenic beauty. On the misty Mullayangiri peak, all one can hear is the ...



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