Singapore Calling

“Do you know that a Singaporean does not need a visa to travel anywhere in the world?” This is what our guide Josephine said when she was introducing Singapore to us. It was my first visit to the world’s only island city, state and country and I was amazed by it even before I landed. Well, I can explain. As my flight lowered into the city, I was surprised to see the changing landscapes. I saw a stretch of beautiful

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Sharjah’s Classic Car Museum

; When I was invited to the Sharjah Light Festival in February this year I was sent an itinerary of the places that would be showcased. Of all the places listed, one thing that caught my eye was the Classic Car Museum. Being an automobile fan, my interest was piqued immediately and I was looking forward to the visit. However, on arrival the itinerary changed and soon the Classic Car Museum was no longer part of the tour. To be honest

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Interview with Badminton Player Poorvisha Ram

“People will always bog you down and label you but you must never cower down.” These are words of advice from a young 22 year old. And no, this is not any ordinary girl but India’s number 2 and world’s no 35 women’s doubles Badminton player and Bangalorean Poorvisha S. Ram. Partnership Matters Completing her schooling from Sishu Graha, Poorvisha pursued swimming and badminton with equal gusto as a child but later had to choose one. Having has been on

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Tea as a beverage in Hotels

For most people, a mandatory morning time routine is to have a cup of tea. And this cup of tea becomes more important when you are travelling away from home and are looking forward for a perfect cup that will give you the perfect start to the day. Naturally then tea has come to occupy an important part of the hospitality business with both hoteliers and tea vendors taking tea to the next level. Tea today, is not a commodity.

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Social Media Strategies of Hoteliers

Can you imagine a few minutes without being connected to the Internet? Probably your answer is ‘No’ and like today’s millennia it is impossible not being connected even if it is for a minute. Think about it like this. Simply look around you wherever you are. Chances are that people are constantly glued to their phones. The advent of smart technologies has meant that access to social media is now available at your finger tips. And this is why people

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Architecture as an USP in luxury realty

A buzz word that has been doing the rounds in the realty sector is ‘luxury’. From over the top features to world class amenities, realtors are pulling out all stops to add the ‘luxe’ factor to their projects. A relatively less publicised element however is the architecture of these buildings. From sky bridges to state of the art building materials to top notch and cutting edge designs, architecture in luxury homes is seeing a revolution of sorts. Design Matters In

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Telly review – Get the Look NDTV Good Times

Do you want to give yourself a makeover? Are you looking for professional advice for your skin and hair, clothes and makeup? Well if you answered yes to either or both of these questions, your answers are in the newly launched new season of the show Get The Look on NDTV Good Times.  The best part? Get The Look gets a whole new look this year. Being the longest running fashion makeover series on Indian television, the show is donning 

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Doing up Your home with Pantone Green

The start of a new year, means new beginnings in many ways and your home must not be too far right? So why not do up your home this New Year in the colour of the year Green? Wondering how? Read on. Go Green Pantone, the famous colour company from New Jersey has declared a zesty green as the colour of the year for 2017. Tony Bopaiah, Head- Brand & Product, Homestudio.com says, “the colour green is considered the most

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Fashion Conversation – Mithi Kalra

Mithi Kalra is an MBA from IIPM and a pass out from NIFT Delhi 2015 has an eponymous label. Her new collection exhibited as The Indian Disney Story has dresses and gowns suited inspired by the traditional art of Madhubani and is hand embroidered on pure silks and organza. The collection wonderfully and imaginatively combines the grace of a bygone era with modern day fashion sensibilities. Incidentally, Madhubani painting is practiced in Mithila, Nepal and in Bihar, India. Mithi recently

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Fashion Front Row Femina March 2017

Here are my stories from Femina Karnataka Twin’s March 2017 issue on Military Inspired Clothes & Accessories, Maxi’s, Exaggerated Sleeves, Kaftans, Nude Nail Shades    

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