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  • Fish market to frying pan

    From the slippery floors of the Colaba fish market to a five-star kitchen where he stirs up a mean pomfret dunked in Normandy butter sauce, Executive Sous Chef Himanshu Taneja takes us on an origin-to-destination journey, punctuated by handy tips and psychology-of-a-lobster trivia Story By - Dhamini Ratnam Mid-Day Video By - mandar shirsekar,MiD-DAY

  • 'My hubby is quite immature...'

    I’m married for over a year now. I love my husband a lot, but I feel things aren't right anymore. I'm 25 and feel that he is quite immature

  • What's keeping you awake?

    Bedtime procrastination, a newly researched phenomenon, is emerging as an noticeable urban scenario, where you delay sleeping despite no external factor to stop you from hitting the sack

  • A thousand times and more!

    Some books hook you instantly with their covers -- perhaps, like this one that comes with dreamy embossed gold letters nudging the child in us to imagine tales that belong to the world of fascination and  timelessness

  • Vikram Bawa readies for a long show

    Ace fashion photographer Vikram Bawa's fashion film, The Long Show, has been nominated for the International Fashion Film Awards (IFFA) 2014, in two categories

  • 10 things to watch out for when you do yoga

    Many types of yoga are practised in Mumbai, each promising quick results. But what they don't tell you is that not all routines might be suited for everyone. Hassan M Kamal invited yoga expert Dr Amrapali Patil to share mistakes we make while practising yoga

  • Summer romances now extend upto at least 5 years

    A new study has revealed that the relationship of the couples who meet during summer holidays, now last upto at least five years

  • Mumbai monsoon special: Reign in the rains

    Our special feature will help you reign supreme this monsoon — be it through the food you eat, places you travel, the songs you listen to or even the clothes you wear

  • Can ditching DVDs save the planet?

    Researchers claim billions of kg of CO2 could be saved by doing so

  • Art for revolution

    Revolution Art is a group show of 100 contemporary paintings and sculptures by artists from all over Maharashtra

  • On the Silk Route trail

    Three questions with Vijay Crishna, travel enthusiast and theatre personality

  • They don't make writers like him anymore: Nandita Puri

    Author Nandita Puri recalls priceless moments, the advice and the keen eye of Khushwant Singh that she will cherish forever

  • Batik Art: Dyed in tradition

    Batik, a cloth dyeing technique, might be making waves worldwide, but is being phased out in India. To re-emphasise on the uniqueness of this ancient form, Swati Desai has released, Batik, a book tribute to Bihari Barbhaiya, her mentor and one of the greatest exponents of Batik in India

  • Hang out at Sid's Adda

    Sid’s Adda is an inviting space to hang out with friends over café food. The humble venture looks to be inspired — and is halfway there already — but the kitchen needs a re-look

  • Are CEOs, lawyers psychopaths?

    In his new book writer Kevin Dutton argues that apart from businessmen and legal eagles, media personnel and doctors are most likely to be cold-hearted and manipulative

  • WhatsApp boss hits out at user privacy fears

    Attacks rumours saying ‘If partnering with Facebook meant changing our values, we wouldn’t have done it’

  • Candid chat with progressive house musician and producer Deadmau5

    Canadian Electronic artiste Joel Zimmerman, popularly known Deadmau5 (pronounced as dead mouse), will finally regale his fans with his Electronic music. Zimmerman is unapologetic of his take on the EDM industry, and his love for Daler Mehndi

  • I am in party mode for India: SkyBlu

    SkyBlu, one half of the American electro-pop band LMFAO, says that he will play all his new singles when he performs in Mumbai tonight at The Lalit Mumbai

  • Now you have reason to eat at home

    Phorum Dalal talks to Rachel Allen, whose current TV show, Easy Meals, is all about whipping up effortless, yet delicious, meals

  • Smartphone apps to keep track of your life

    Now keeping track of your monthly cycles, style and fashion, sleep and fitness is easy. These apps certainly are a boon for the woman on the go

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