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Food & Wine in South Asia

The Hill Club, Nuwara Eliya.

Sri Lanka

Coffee in Sri Lanka: a brewed awakening

Anthony Dennis In a nation synonymous with tea, coffee is making a comeback, writes Anthony Dennis.

Delhi

India: The battle for Delhi's bellies

delhi food, story by Leisa Tyler. Bukhara restaurant, one of the traditionalists. ITC Maurya hotel. CREDIT LEISA TYLER

Leisa Tyler India's cuisine wars pit the old against the new, writes Leisa Tyler.

Food

Anjum Anand: I know this great little place . . .

Nina Karnikowski Chef and TV personality Anjum Anand has been dubbed the Nigella Lawson of Indian cuisine.

Gourmet travel

Can going vegetarian save you from Bali belly?

hands, food

Mark Juddery There's an argument for going vegetarian while overseas, but don't get a false sense of security.

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MICHAEL KOZIOL 3:26pm | A giant ash cloud is affecting some flights to and from Australia following a major eruption of the Rabaul caldera in Papua New Guinea.

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