Money Today Archive July 27, 2008 Issue

Edition: July 27, 2008

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Limping tiger wins race

Former major winner and now commentator Johnny Miller thought Mediate looked like somebody who would scrub Woods’ swimming pool. And Mediate didn’t blink an eyelid when he heard of these comments. Goes to show that this guy can not only play golf, he has character, too.
  • The travel guru At 38, Deep Kalra says life is good at the top. The CEO of MakeMyTrip shares his life outside the office, as we catch up with him after work.
  • India's most luxurious spa A Hawaiian massage as you look at the Taj Mahal, a yoga session up in the Himalayas, sipping wine on a private beach—there’s nothing quite like a luxury spa holiday. Here are seven of the very best.
  • Best Bites There's nothing quite like a double shot of espresso and a perfectly grilled sandwich as you sit on a leather sofa or a bar stool admiring the rains outside. Check out these cool cafes where you can do just that.
  • Spare ribs to die for There’s nothing like a well-done rack of juicy spare ribs to go with your glass of Pinot Noire on a cool, monsoon evening. But making perfect spare ribs is no easy art.We cornered David Tilli, the talented French chef of The Taj Mahal Hotel in Delhi, to get a few great recipes out of him.
  • Just Arrived! Check out all that’s brand new in the world of luxury this fortnight.
  • Spoil yourself silly Check into these fabulous spa resorts around the world to get pampered like royalty. Maybe, the experience will tempt you to buy an island resort or a spa in the mountains.
  • The Desperados When it comes to indefatigable heroes, Hollywood has some of the best, and the same goes for daft but enjoyable plots. Here are three new releases on DVD which fit the bill perfectly.
  • The Hybrid challenge Not only do hybrids utilise energy more efficiently, they also store some of the extra energy generated by the combustion of fuel and use it at times when the internal combustion engine is not running at optimal capacity.
  • The pocket rocket Our auto expert tries to tame the extremely powerful, brand new Yamaha R15 on the race tracks of Chennai and ends up shaken but safe. The verdict: India has never had a bike as good as this one.
  • Melting Pot World Music has always been about compelling music that connects the common joys, fears and hopes of men everywhere. Here’s a look at the genre and some of its biggest stars.
  • Sheer luxury in tiger country Being pampered in five-star comfort in ‘Asia’s best resort’ in the Ranthambhore National Park is sheer bliss. Chasing the Royal Bengal Tiger on a safari just adds to the fun.
  • From South Africa to Karim's Unlike most New World wines, which open up almost immediately after you uncork a bottle, Meerlust wines take some time to develop their personality. You’ll be better off asking for a 2004 Merlot, which slithers like silk down your palate.
  • Designed To Suit There is a reason why you would want to pick up designer threads instead of branded ones.
  • Buy yourself a golf home They may watch cricket, but when it comes to playing a sport themselves, India’s rich and famous choose golf over all others. So, why not invest in a luxury home with a private golf course?

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