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  • Strike two

    Sunday 13 Jul '14JK Rowling is back as Robert Galbraith with another crime novel, getting the characters right, but losing the plot in a meandering narrative
  • ‘New govt has to restore people’s faith’

    Sunday 18 May '14The book’s focus, however, is the need for institutional reform.
  • ‘It’s the new India I want to reach out to’

    Sunday 27 Apr '14Celebrated designer Rohit Bal—who recently tied up with online store Jabong to retail an exclusive pret collection—talks about his strategic shift from haute couture to mass culture. Edited excerpts:
  • Being Zilli

    Sunday 02 Mar '14Aldo Zilli, once owner of restaurants frequented by the likes of The Beatles, Madonna and the British royalty, narrates the fascinating story of why the only restaurant in the world today with his name is in India.
  • Penguin, Wendy Doniger blame 'intolerant' Indian laws for withdrawal of 'The Hindus'

    Friday 14 Feb '14Author Wendy Doniger opted not to blame Penguin for the withdrawal, but Indian laws.
  • Mountains & Michelin stars

    Sunday 02 Feb '14Celebrity chef Vikas Khanna talks about how the Himalayas and the Dalai Lama changed his life for the better
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  • Unnaturally good

    Sunday 19 Jan '14Stories of creatures unknown in nature, but very much alive in fantasy, make for a fascinating read in a selection by Neil Gaiman
  • What’s cooking

    Sunday 12 Jan '14The foam on the plate has fizzled out; the fare is without fuss, wholesome and hearty. The focus is on flavour and not gimmicks. This is what chefs across the globe are forecasting when it comes to food. Ivinder Gill chats up a few masterchefs, some of them Michelin-starred, to know what’s hot in the kitchen these days...
  • The big cat

    Sunday 15 Dec '13Valmik Thapar compiles the definitive book on the tiger in India, spanning the past 500 years. Here are the author’s thoughts on the book, and a selection of pictures
  • ‘We have outgrown the Indian market’

    Tuesday 19 Nov '13Opting for investment over a big buyout, online restaurant guide Zomato’s founder tells Ivinder Gill how Zomato is on the way to becoming a global internet company to reckon with
  • Art worth Rs 39 cr on offer at Christie’s first sale in India

    Friday 15 Nov '13A total of 83 works of modern and contemporary Indian art, estimated to be worth $6.2 million
  • The speculation ends

    Sunday 20 Oct '13MaddAddam is the last of a dystopian trilogy by Margaret Atwood
  • First-time lucky Panjab University inspiration to others

    Sunday 06 Oct '13Times Higher Education ranked Panjab University, as the leading varsity in the country
  • Banker on the move

    Sunday 15 Sep '13Business strategies meet literary ambitions in author Ravi Subramanian’s plans to take his books to readers worldwide, starting with his latest, Bankerupt
  • Patna chronicles

    Sunday 08 Sep '13A Matter of Rats stems from a delightful idea, begins with the promise of a good read, but leaves the readers wanting more
  • Where is the magic?

    Sunday 25 Aug '13JK Rowling’s crime fiction lacks pace, action and suspense. Some fireworks, a la Harry Potter, are in order
  • Double jackpot

    Sunday 28 Jul '13Macau has much more to offer than just gaming
  • Heavy on style

    Sunday 30 Jun '13Anonymous writer Aranyani’s stories mate erotica with sophisticated prose
  • Wits & weapons

    Sunday 09 Jun '13Action leaps off every page in this racy read by David Baldacci
  • ‘Infrastructure, incentives, power will attract industry’

    Sunday 09 Jun '13
  • Being power surplus

    Sunday 09 Jun '13Expecting to generate over 3,000 mw of additional power this fiscal, and around 7,000 mw in the coming years, Punjab has big plans for becoming energy surplus
  • The Punjab pull

    Sunday 09 Jun '13States like Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra have competition when it comes to attracting industry, with Punjab announcing massive freebies for new investors. Backed by plans of better infrastructure, adequate power and available land, the state expects investment of R2 lakh crore in three years. We dig deeper into the gameplan
  • Masters of their fates

    Sunday 26 May '13When one comes across a book that has names of successful entrepreneurs who started their businesses from scratch, one expects it to be another one of those “how I did it” compilations.
  • The reluctant elite

    Sunday 21 Apr '13
  • ‘Compromise is not part of Modi’s political lexicon’

    Sunday 07 Apr '13With talk of Narendra Modi becoming prime ministerial candidate of the BJP getting louder by the day, a biography of the man, Narendra Modi The Man.