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Tasting Menus

Tasting menus are all set to give dining experiences an innovative and interesting makeover. It was a few summers ago when I was at Pan Asian the South East Asian specialty restaurant at ITC Grand Chola that I first had my experience of what a tasting menu was all about. When I told Chef I… Read More Tasting Menus

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The art of sword smithing

To meet one of the only families of Sikligars or Swordsmiths of Rajasthan in Udaipur who continue to practice the traditional way of working with swords is an eye opener in more ways than one. The din in the air is palpable and the sight in front of me is a smorgasbord of sensory experiences… Read More The art of sword smithing

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Decoding Home Loans

A home is the biggest investment of your lifetime and the home loan is the biggest financial burden you have to service. So why not ensure you do it right? Reading the fine print of a home loan is important to secure yourself against additional financial burden. Ramji Subramanian, Managing Director, Sowparnika Projects and Infrastructure… Read More Decoding Home Loans

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AI in Healthcare

Technology is changing how healthcare is being administered in India with artificial intelligence making waves in the sphere Healthcare is breaking out of silos, becoming increasingly connected, but also increasingly complex. While it poses an opportunity for medical professionals to learn more than before, the enormous amount of medical information can overwhelm the decision-making processes. This is… Read More AI in Healthcare

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Tiong Bahru Singapore

Think Singapore and you probably envision glitzy buildings and a fast paced modern city with urban lifestyles. Well, while this is true, this is also a city that also has many unknown aspects that are quite the opposite of clichéd references that one tends to associate with the ‘Lion City’. So in my quest to… Read More Tiong Bahru Singapore

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Space Savers in Home Decor

With home spaces shrinking, you can make the most of it by using décor to your advantage. Using furniture, accessories and colour you can create an illusion of space in your home. Wondering how? Read on. Big Makeovers In re-decorating homes, the concentration is usually on the furniture and accessories. On one hand multi-purpose furniture… Read More Space Savers in Home Decor

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Bhalku Rail Museum

Do you know which is the rail route mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the one with the steepest rise and also is a UNESCO heritage site? Well, this is the famed Kalka Shimla Heritage Toy train that passes through maple wood, deodar, pine, oak and fichus woods through 800 plus… Read More Bhalku Rail Museum

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Nature Inspired Home Decor

Compromised pollution levels outside and perhaps even inside a home can have detrimental health effects, so why not go for a home that uses natural materials? Nature-inspired elements can add a touch of your own personality as well as elevate your home interiors to another level. Go Natural Natural materials give an earthy feel as… Read More Nature Inspired Home Decor

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Oman’s Wadi Shab and Bimmah Sinkhole

With a coastline that extends over 3000 kilometres, Oman is quite a revelation when it comes to comparing it with its other Middle Eastern neighbours. Middle Eastern mythology says that Sinbad the Sailor was born in Oman and he set sail on his legendary voyages from Sohar, a maritime port in the northern part of… Read More Oman’s Wadi Shab and Bimmah Sinkhole

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Stories in The Hindu Newspaper

The Hindu is among India’s oldest newspapers. Here are my stories in The Hindu and The Hindu Business Plus. Education: The IB Program Getting Ready to be a media professional Commodity Market courses Cost effective e-learning Being a good radio jockey Insurance as a career Clinical research Education Loans Corporate Educational Courses NIS Courses Executive… Read More Stories in The Hindu Newspaper