Deekshita Baruah

Deekshita Baruah is a Senior Copy Editor working with The Indian Express.

Articles By Deekshita Baruah

Savour the best of Sichuan, Cantonese and Yunnan cuisine with Shang Palace’s new menu

Are you looking forward to treating yourself to some good Chinese food? Then head to Shang Palace, Shangri-La's - Eros Hotel, New Delhi for an authentic experience. With a 47-year-old legacy, you won't be disappointed.

MasterChef Australia’s Ben Ungermann on becoming an ‘ice-cream king’ and his love for Indian food

Rising culinary star Ben Ungermann speaks about his love for Indian food, the launch of his signature flavours in India and his deep admiration for culinary genius Heston Blumenthal.

Unraveling Masaba Gupta: From fashion to designing insights to speaking out on social media

Which celeb would Masaba Gupta like to dress? Which designer does she look up to? Why did she get into fashion designing? The designer spills the beans.

Who says Kerala cuisine is spicy? Not Joe Thottungal, the chef taking Canada by storm

Death to all-you-eat buffets and more power to 'garam masala' in pâté. More startling statements and insights into Kerala cuisine in our conversation with chef Joe Thottungal.

#NoFilter: Keeping it real with celebrity make-up artist Namrata Soni

Namrata Soni, who rose to prominence with her work in Bollywood films like Main Hoo Na, Om Shanti Om, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna and now Veere Di Wedding, talks about her fight against the erstwhile archaic clauses by the Union, her special bond with Sonam Kapoor and more.

Eat with your eyes first: How to make Peach Plum Rose Tart

Love desserts? We think you should give this Peach Plum Rose Tart recipe a try. It's different than your regular chocolate tart and is perfect to share with your friends and family during high tea over the weekend.

Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2018: Shriya Som’s ‘Summer Love’ collection is an ode to the new age femmepreneur

Designer Shriya Bhupal's haute bohème collection is about flirty ruffles, tiers and florals in sheer tulles and breezy silks. In an interview with the indianexpress.com, the designer talks about how it is a perfect reflection of the new age femmepreneur.

Disha Patani CHEATS on her diet with this one weakness; find out what

Even though Disha Patani follows a protein and fibre-rich diet on most days, she cheats on weekends!

Food that tastes so nice, you say it twice: Burma Burma

Burmese food finds a special place of honour among Indian foodies

AIFW Autumn/Winter 2017: Some kulhad chai, crisp matthis and Samant Chauhan’s golden collection

Designer Samant Chauhan revisited his childhood memories and celebrated his bond with Assam through the golden threads - Muga silk.

Of Italiano delicacies and wood-fired pizzas at Bella Cucina

You should definitely try out the Compressed Beetroot with Goat Cheese Snow Salad and Garlic and Spinach Risotto.

New Year’s Eve party dress-up dilemma? Pernia Qureshi helps out

Update your LBD by pairing it with a bomber jacket and sneakers or pair a metallic crop top with a plain bottom and a jacket.

New on the Block: Taj Palace’s Spicy Duck offers authentic Chinese with a modern twist

Led by expat chefs Cheang Chee Leong and Chee Kuai Oon, this place attempts to retain the authenticity of original Chinese dishes and create a cozy ambiance that's still luxury dining.

Want some Chinese food? When in doubt, head to ‘The China Kitchen’

To start with, this place has a dimsum section which is absolutely mindblowing -- with 29 different varieties of this finger-sized delight to choose from!

Sitting pretty in fussy clothes, looking like a doll is just not enough: Payal Khandwala

Payal Khandwala's muse for her latest collection is not content playing princess. She would rather be king.

Ashish N Soni’s LFW collection inspired by Marilyn Monroe and Madonna, but with a contemporary twist

The designer talks about his collection at the upcoming Lakme Fashion Week, the three things that Indian men should experiment more with and why he thinks Ranveer Singh has the best sense of style in Bollywood.

Food Guide: These 3 Japanese restaurants in Delhi are redefining the cuisine for the Indian palate; here’s how

We bring you the top three places in Delhi you should definitely visit. Just go with an open mind and please don't look for Indianised flavours there.

I would like to dress up Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh on their wedding day: Sabyasachi

We caught up with Sabyasachi Mukherjee about his upcoming LFW collection, the Indian celebs he would love to dress up and his source of inspiration on days when he is feeling really low.

Wonder weaves: How these Kutchi women wove themselves a successful life and career

It all started in 1969, when Chanda K Shroff visited Gujarat in a bid to help drought victims during a famine relief project run by Ramakrishna Mission.

VJ Bani breaks stereotypes, lifts weight in the gym like a boss: Here’s how it can help women

Here's how defying stereotypes in the gym can sometimes work out for the better.

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