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Now that the mishmash of media theories, otherwise referred to as exams, is behind me, I can finally get down to documenting the culinary adventures that constituted the last few weeks, otherwise known as food blogging. Plus with the family in town, you can bet that gluttony was in full swing. In case you’re wondering why my folks so strategically picked the week…

Suhel Seth is managing partner of consultancy Counselage India, the only strategic marketing and branding consultancy in the India, founded in 2006. Mr Seth is also an accomplished author and columnist. He regularly appears on Indian news channels and writes columns in several publications including Daily News and Analysis, The Financial Express, The Financial Times, London Times and Business India. Mr Seth is also a board member of several international corporates including Cavendish and RADA and on the regional boards of Citibank, Coca Cola, Drayton Capital and Max Foundation

It’s that time of year when your calendar tells you it’s spring but your body tells you it’s still winter. The good news is that the days aren’t dreadfully short, which is finally motivating me to get back to my early-bird ways. Speaking of birds, look who paid a visit to my window-sill this morning. https://www.instagram.com/p/BDDA0BZt4dB/?taken-by=bombaydelhigirl I’m writing this on…

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The LSE has a wide selection of cafes, but barring the Weston in Saw Swee Hock, and a few more, the coffee is often disappointing. Then there’s the crowd factor. The struggle to find a table at the Garrick, or the 4th Floor Café is real… and God forbid you need to charge your laptop! So if you’re a coffee snob,…

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I never thought I was cut out to pursue a PhD. After a 3-year gap between my undergradand and post-grad, re-learning academic writing was a task. (Especially since I spent my working years un-learning it!) But once the feat was accomplished - in fact, I just submitted my first paper, which may explain the silence on the blog ;) -…

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