Millions of Indian fans know FIFA’14 is the world’s biggest event. Almost all global brands know it. Will someone please tell their Indian ops?
This week people heard the official song of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, ‘We Are One (Ole, Ola)’ by Pitbull, featuring Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte.
What does one give a person who has it all? The answer: A concierge. It’s as good as a magic lamp.
Jaleel never goes for an important meeting without his silver bracelet, a gift from his mother. The bracelet has a religious thread embedded inside.
Tokyo is a marvellous mix of modern living and old fashioned manners, high tech gadgets and cute cartoon mascots, it’s terribly crowded and strangely quiet.
The well-heeled let complete strangers into their space. With holiday home rentals growing, we discover the business is not just for the extra cash.
Like all Germans, Prinz Luitpold, the owner of Kaltenberg beer, takes his brew seriously. No wonder the mass consumption of mediocre beer has him frothing at the mouth.
Now, the annual lunches and many impromptu 1.30 am dinners at Pops’s pad in Cannes have become a tradition for the Indian contingent, including journalists.
Here’s what he now wants — the Klipsch P39 Tower speakers (approx $20,000) and the Focal Grande Utopia speakers (around $180,000/pair).
As the seasons head towards a climax, ETPanache gives you the skinny on the history-soaked sections of famous stadiums
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