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Indian art auction gets Delhi’s depressed elite to splash out and buy, Arts

Indian art auction gets Delhi’s depressed elite to splash out and buy

It hasn’t taken much to lift the gloom of Delhi’s elite. Three good months of economic growth plus a booming stock market were capped last night when India’s modern art market came alive with sales totalling Rs38.27 crore ($6.38m – £3.8m) at an auction mounted by Saffronart of Mumbai.
Only four of ninety works on offer [...]

By | Arts, The Foreign Desk | Friday, 5 September 2014 at 2:37 pm

Friday Book Design Blog: Collector’s Edition, by Stuart Tolley, Arts

Friday Book Design Blog: Collector’s Edition, by Stuart Tolley

Here’s a book that earns its place in the Book Design Blog not so much for its own formal design (though that is clear and pleasing enough) but for its contents: it’s a book by Stuart Tolley celebrating the ‘innovative packing and graphics’ of the best of recent collector’s editions – not just of books, [...]

By | Arts | Friday, 5 September 2014 at 1:20 pm

Interview with Maybeshewill: “We’re not relying on guitars as much as we used to”, Arts

Interview with Maybeshewill: “We’re not relying on guitars as much as we used to”

Leicester based post rock five-piece Maybeshewill have been making glorious majestic cinematic music, whilst keeping their modus operandi as DIY as possible, since 2005. Now, with the release of their fourth album, Fair Youth, they’re taking their first tentative steps into the mainstream. Remfry Dedman sat down with guitarist John Helps and drummer James Collins [...]

By | Arts, Music | Friday, 5 September 2014 at 10:41 am

How has the picture of the UK economy changed?, Chunomics

How has the picture of the UK economy changed?

The Conservatives will claims this upgrade as a vindication of their economic strategy. Critics will point out that growth would have been still higher without George Osborne’ front-loaded fiscal austerity. No change there then.

By | Chunomics, Eagle Eye | Wednesday, 3 September 2014 at 1:37 pm

Her Outdoors: Hello Autumn, Her Outdoors

Her Outdoors: Hello Autumn

After the stunning kitchen garden at my Aunty Liz and Uncle Tom’s Baltic-side bolthole in Finland last week, back to a bump in Blighty and the overgrown paths at Plot 35a. Actually, I only left the plot for a week, not two as I usually do for a summer holiday, and popped up there before [...]

By | Her Outdoors, Notebook | Tuesday, 2 September 2014 at 11:01 pm

Narendra Modi kick-starts India’s government in his first 100 days, The Foreign Desk

Narendra Modi kick-starts India’s government in his first 100 days

Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata government is now celebrating its first 100 days in power. Modi is now in Japan on his first big international visit as the guest of prime minister Shinzo Abe, who has given him an effusively warm personal welcome that reflects their rapport
Two days ago it was announced that economic growth reached 5.7% for the [...]

By | The Foreign Desk | Sunday, 31 August 2014 at 1:56 pm

The Barking Blondes: Dog People, The Dog Blog

The Barking Blondes: Dog People

With the passing of a close friend, the Barking Blondes realise just how important their dogs are

By | The Dog Blog | Saturday, 30 August 2014 at 10:29 pm

The Reluctant Vegetarian’s Juicy Ripe Nectarine & Dolcelatte Salad, Dish of the Day

The Reluctant Vegetarian’s Juicy Ripe Nectarine & Dolcelatte Salad

This salad is as simple as it gets; takes five minutes to make and no time at all to scoff. It’s a great dish to serve alongside a BBQ or as an appetiser. Anna Barnett explains how

By | Dish of the Day | Saturday, 30 August 2014 at 10:23 pm

The Barking Blondes: Doggy diets, The Dog Blog

The Barking Blondes: Doggy diets

Anna Webb and Joanne Good discuss dog diets

By | The Dog Blog | Monday, 25 August 2014 at 5:49 pm

Her Outdoors: Finland edition, Her Outdoors

Her Outdoors: Finland edition

While the British allotment-holder struts and frets from March to October, in Finland it is, as you can imagine, entirely different. Snow covers the ground from late autumn to mid-spring, and nothing can be sown into the soil, still frozen in April, until well into May. The season is short, but intense – as I [...]

By | Her Outdoors, Notebook | Saturday, 23 August 2014 at 8:30 pm

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