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Cooking With Sarab

January 3, 2013

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Recently in Bangkok for a cooking demonstration at Rang Mahal, TV personality Sarab Kapoor went from watching her mother in the kitchen as a child to becoming an ambassador for Indian vegetarian cooking. By Reena Karim Last month, the Rembrandt Hotel’s Rang Mahal restaurant was transformed into a cooking show set. Sarab Kapoor—lovely in pink, with her signature string of […]

Beat the heat with Japan’s ice aquarium

July 11, 2011


This summer when temperatures continue to soar the only activity on everyone’s agenda is to stay indoors addicted to their AC’s. But now the Japanese can enjoy their summers without blistering in the sun simply by visiting the ice aquarium. The Ice aquarium also known as Kori no Suizokan is located in Kesennuma in northeastern […]

Micronesia: History revisited underwater!

June 16, 2011


Micronesia an Island, located north east of Australia known for being one of the world’s fascinating diving destination offers divers an extraordinary collection of wrecks of sunken vessels from World War II, with almost everything intact. The wrecks discovered in the early 60’s are now protected Government property and removal of items from any vessels […]

Nepal: Lost hiker survives on plants and prayers!

June 14, 2011


49 year old Makiko Iwafuchi from Japan decided to embark on a leisurely walk from her hotel in Gosainkunda Lake, north of Kathmandu, to soon discover that she was lost in the woods. She had accidently strayed away 500mts from the trekker’s path and was unable to find her way back. Makiko survived her horrifying […]