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Kishore Singh: Chinese takeaways

Gujarati farsaan is an acquired taste, as alien to the Chinese palate as it is exotic to the Indian one, so what Xi Jinping and his wife made of it at their riverside banquet can best be imagined, but for their sake I hope their hotel in Ahmedabad ...

Kishore Singh: Another kind of fiscal deficit

Not because of the intimate nature of the relationship between the garment and the models but because the bride-to-be couldn't locate any "value" in it

Kishore Singh: Fighting fit on Delhi's party circuit

You do not mess with a octogenarian who carries firearms, especially when old age might cause her to take potshots at the slightest provocation

Kishore Singh: Why St Moritz is worth the francs

St Moritz is the equivalent of the Riviera in the Alps, only swishier. Our hosts chafe because bad weather caused their private plane to land at an airport a little further than the one from where they had intended to board their flight. Because not ...

Kishore Singh: Floored by gowns

Working till late at night - make that early morning - in a hotel in Mumbai had proved to be an eye-opener. The sea-facing property was a favourite with Bollywood's brightest, and at night they poured in en-masse in the hope of catching some ...

Kishore Singh: My tryst with holiday destinations

A few months ago, which I considered well in advance, I thought to make some bookings for a family holiday that I knew would cause my father to have an apoplectic fit if he ever found out the price we'd be paying for bed and board - but I was ...

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