Money Today Archive October 17, 2010 Issue

Edition: October 17, 2010

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Breezy style

Mercedes' cars are not just known for their sense of style. There's more to the new E-class Cabriolet than just the appeal of a drop down top.
  • At the end "There are different kinds of love, but they all have the same aim. Possession."
  • Track and wield It takes a world citizen to break the binds of time and distance, and a world timer such as this to do it in style. With a slight press on the button integrated in the crown at 2 o' clock, you can switch between two time zones.
  • No more sour grapes India may have one of the world's smallest wine markets but it's also one of the fastest growing markets. Here's how you can help boost growth. Go hit the bottle.
  • Books that shaped my life Rajeev Anand, VC and MD, Goodyear India, talks about the books that have made him who he is today.
  • Social mores One of the holiest sites in the world now has a hotel to match. We're talking about the swank new Makkah Palace.
  • Preparing to be Hercule Poirot Besides all the heroism and adventure linked with private eyes- think fedora-wearing, suave, lady magnet-a lot of hard work and long hours go into the job. Hitani Kaur gives you the low-down on becoming a real life PI.
  • Shades that fit From Aviators to Wayfarers, donning a pair of sunglasses is a sure way to fire up your style. Oh, and lest we forget, they also do a handy job of shielding your eyes from the sun.
  • Making scents of alchemy Hit a tripwire of smell and let memories explode. Embark on an olfactory voyage to find the scent that suits you.
  • In the neck of time As men's fashion goes the lean way, the latest victim to fall prey to the steady attack of miniaturisation is the collar. From shirts for the office to togs for a party, we show you the slimmest, sleekest and most fashionable ways to suit up.
  • Hirsuit pursuit They say a man shaves some 2,000 times in a lifetime. Here's how to cut down on that effort while giving yourself a look that goes with your personality and chosen line of work even as it keeps up with fashion.
  • Free as a bird There are time when you feel the overpowering urge to travel the way people used to before the advent of the all-weather road; by walking. And when you're doing this over the steep Dhauladhar range bang in the middle of the monsoon, you get much more than you bargained for.

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