SWITCH in time
You are going to love this. What if you were given a choice to switch your
parents for a while? Whoopee! What if parents had a choice to choose their kids
too? Well, we didn't hear that properly. Did we? This is too good to be real.
and VJ Gaurav Kapoor, host of the show Big Switch 2, shares what's
so exciting about 'cool' parents
I like the concept of the show, and the amount of work they have
put into this...my friends think that my parents are pretty cool.
Okay, they are not like buddies; nevertheless, they are happy with
whatever I do. Had they not been ‘cool’ there was no way I
could have done what I am doing, given the fact that I come from a
family of bankers
Classic is the word for brothers Rajan and Sajan Mishra, who have stuck to
traditional music despite the ongoing surge for what we call Indi-pop. The duo,
in the city for a performance, are maestros of khyal singing of Benaras Gharana
and their lineage dates back to 300 years.
(L-R) Rajan & Sajan Mishra
Punjab Grill, newly opened food joint in Sector
17, has loads to delight your palate
When India's celebrated food columnist, food historian and well-known chef opens
a restaurant in the city you know something different has arrived. And when the
name is Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra, the question is not of difference but of
Chalo, Chinese ho jaaye!
cuisine has unanimously been declared the most popular cuisine the world
over, sidelining most other flavours. In India we tuck into Chinese food
like it belongs here. I agree the grub is Indianised and in ours case,
greatly 'Punjabified', but we have learnt to enjoy it nevertheless! It
has become an acquired taste, including the heavy dousing of monosodium
glutamate, commonly known as ajinomoto. The resulting Chinese food has
flavours that hit you like an oncoming truck! Readers, I implore you to
try your hand at Chinese food. The real Chinese food, devoid of
nonsensical frills and synthetic strong additives.
If you want to lose weight, gorge on junk food!
thought gobbling fat laden junk food, biscuits, cakes and other high-sugar could
help shed those extra kilos? If not, then here's something you should know-an
American professor managed to be leaner, healthier and happier after a 10-week
junk-food diet. After eating sponge cakes, biscuits, some raw vegetables and
drinking full fat milk and a protein shake every day, Mark Haub, of the Kansas
State University, revealed this week that he had lost 12.1kg off his original
91.3kg body weight.After an initial "rough" few days, he reported that
he was snoring less and sleeping better.