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BOOK REVIEW: SUNDAY HERALD/PYJAMAS ARE FORGIVING by TWINKLE KHANNA

                                                   Pyjamas are Forgiving review: Not much of a twinkle Sheila Kumar, SEP 30 2018     A tale of love and longing within the confines of an Ayurvedic spa This…

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SHORT STORY: WORDWEAVERS/LOVE IN THE PARK

Love in the park Diya found love in the park down the road from her house. Admittedly, she was very impressionable, the type who looked for love in the most probable and improbable places. She believed in God, the inimitable power of Sunidhi Chauhan’s voice and days of wine and roses, though actually she didn’t…

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A FEMINA INTERVIEW: PADMA LAKSHMI ON FOOD, FAME AND BOOKS

PHOTOGRAPHS: INEZ AND VINOODH Her debut cookbook Easy Exotic won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best First Book, and her recently released memoir Love, Loss And What We Ate is garnering both critical acclaim and bestseller status across the world. Padma Lakshmi talks to Sheila Kumar about her new book There is a faint note…

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REVIEW: THE COURSE OF LOVE by ALAIN de BOTTON

The Course of Love by Alain de Botton. Penguin Books Anything but a crash course in love, romance, marriage, all the wear and tear of life on relationships from  the  guru. It`s a slim volume (just 222 pages) which traces the meeting of Rabih Khan and Kirsten McLelland in Ediburgh,  where  both live and work. It`s love…

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REVIEW: SUNDAY HERALD: LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT WE ATE by PADMA LAKSHMI

                                                           A tasteful tell-all Sheila Kumar, July 17, 2016 Lead review If Padma Lakshmi’s memoir is more memory and less food, it does not matter. Warmth and…

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FEATURE: METRO PLUS/MAKING LOVE WORK

Online edition of India’s National Newspaper Tuesday, May 26, 2009 Metro Plus Bangalore   Making love work A liberal dose of give and take is what will help  a relationship last Okay, you saw each other across a crowded room, you met, dated, fell in love, not necessarily in that order. And now, the two…

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