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Kishore Singh: In the nick of time

When our son missed his red-eye from Mumbai to Delhi, he blamed it on the hotel for failing to wake him up when requested. When I insisted he had been negligent, he pointed out - rightly, I suppose - that my wife and I had missed our flight from ...

It's all relative

The theory that families or partners influence each other is seductive, but more often their styles are likely to be too dissimilar to bear this out

Kishore Singh: Food for thought in Mumbai

Because I am in Mumbai as you read this, you should know I intend to treat myself to sabudana khichdi, misal pav and vada pav, even though I don't particularly care for such street food. I would have added pav bhaji to the list but my wife tells me ...

Kishore Singh: Matchmaking and all that

Over the last year, my son's "girl" friends have come under closer scrutiny than before as potential soulmates and the clan's future daughter-in-law

A fantastical way of looking

Gerstein's global popularity is linked with his abstinence from political art, resulting in a refreshing escapist body of works that celebrates humanity

Kishore Singh: From chaotic Asia to idyllic Florida

Money-making is so institutionalised in America that our guide on a luxury cruise tour of West Palm Beach sounded like a real-estate agent. The tour, past celebrity and billionaire homes, had him gush on about their values, and though he joked about ...

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