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Editor's Letter &
Contributors

Jayita Bandyopadhyay | Editor

Journalism happened to her “ by chance”. A trained designer from The National Institute of Fashion Technology, she started her career in the publishing industry when she was asked to write “knowledgeable articles on fashion and textiles,” for The Asian Age. Soon, a few articles a month became a fulltime job and fashion became too restricted a subject. Having worked in the industry for over a decade now and with newspapers like The Pioneer, Times of India, India Today, she has been writing extensively about food, travel, fashion, nightlife and everything else that results in upping the human happiness quotient. She can be reached at jayita@maxposure.in. Click here to read the Editor’s letter for the January 2015 issue of Shubh Yatra.
   

Madhur Bhandarkar

Madhur Bhandarkar is a National Award-winning Indian film director,script writer and producer, known for his realist takes on various societal institutions. He is best known for his films such as Chandni Bar, Page 3, Traffic Signal, Fashion and Heroine.
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Karmel Nair

With a masters degree in Psychotherapy, Karmel Nair is one of the leading tarot readers in India. She has also done a number of television shows and has recently authored a book on tarot predictions for 2015.
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Footprints

Wonder of wanders

Travel is about letting a place discover you. This year lose yourself in these seven untapped destinations, says Guneet Oberoi

 

In the art of Kochi

The city is hosting the second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Poonam Goel spends a creative day in the port city

 

Cold comfort

Ujjaini Dasgupta was never much of a winter person till she squished around in the freshly fallen snow in Gulmarg

 
Special Feature

No Spain, no gain

Look beyond football in Barcelona and you’ll find a lazy, comfortable spirit that’s infused into the city’s culture and history, says Niku Sidhu

   
Sure Shorts

Air India: The year that was

With many achievements under its belt, 2014 proved to be a successful year for Air India.

   

Let's do it

With many achievements under its belt, 2014 proved to be a successful year for Air India

 

Power to the Alliance

With plans in place for code-share arrangements with other Star Alliance members, Air India offers fliers a wider network, says Guneet Oberoi

Open house

The Indian

Independence Day may be the more popular national festival, but it’s the Republic Day that defines who we are, says NB Rao.

 

Serve 'em right

With 2014 having rewritten the rules of the tennis world, 2015 looks set to throw up more surprises, says Garima Verma

 

App, app and away

It's tough to make the right choice in the overcrowded mobile application world. Dani Newland lists the top five

 

Car-pe Diem!

Cruise into the New Year with a list of the best cars to make an appearance in 2015, says Harmaan RAJ Madon

Pop Pourri
 

Six-string songs

Bobby Cash, called the Indian cowboy, talks to Siddharth M Joshi about why India is country at heart

 

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