Money Today Archive July 25, 2010 Issue

Edition: July 25, 2010

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Anamika Butalia

The French Kiss

Enough of couture and fragrances. The French have far more to offer, and India, for one, can't get enough of their skincare treatments. That's because the products are largely based on hydrotherapy, which is ideal for our skins.
  • Bohemian rhapsody Actor Jeremy Irons' 15th-century medieval castle in County Cork, Ireland is a quirky bohemian retreat. Learn enough to bandy about the details even if you cannot afford a visit.
  • Track and wield Check the desirability quotient
  • Manual: Do it yourself guide A scrape on your car needn't put a dent in your day, or spirits; here are some handy tips to put you out of your misery. Start from scratch.
  • What's new in the racing world Fast cars, bikes and boats. Racing tidbits from around the world.
  • Barefoot in the park Runnerwriter Charlie Norton discovers the joys of barefoot running. He finds that it's not only about putting your best foot forward, it's also about freeing your mind, body and spirit.
  • In the pink Sunshine, long considered a powerful source of Vitamin D, is under scrutiny as researchers compare its benefits with medication.
  • Consumables Depot Join us as we traverse the world with a fork and a glass, tracking developments in the world of food and drink.
  • Designs on life As custom becomes key, luxury brands are breaching new frontiers in the world of limited edition automobiles.
  • My stuff Fawaz Gruosi, Founder and President, de Grisogono
  • Golf's own country You're almost tempted to pull out ancient hickory shafted clubs from the last century when you tee it up at Northern Ireland's 'links' golf courses. And why not? Ulster's 95 courses have it all, and to brim it off, the Guinness is forever on tap.

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