Ayesha Banerjee is responsible for Hindustan Times’ weekly supplements, including HT Estates, HT Education and HT ShineJobs.
Articles by Ayesha Banerjee
Ayesha Banerjee takes you to pet salons where stylists today are turning objects of their affection into things of beauty with aromatherapy massages, birthday and festival makeovers.
Become a secretary to a film star if you think you are a caring assistant and like to bask in the glow of glamour, says Ayesha Banerjee
If your heart beats for a cause, what’s the harm in making money out of it and saving the planet at the same time, asks Ayesha Banerjee.
How cool are you when the cameras are rolling and your chicken looks as if its marriage to the marinade is on the rocks, asks Ayesha Banerjee.
Since the building sector is directly or indirectly responsible for 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions, what architects need to do is go green with a vengeance to protect the environment.
India, with its 7,516 km long coastline, 117 islands, 1,55,889 sq km of territorial waters and rich maritime history, has wealth of great historical importance hidden undersea.
Want your work space to overflow with crème puffs, cakes and dark, creamy chocolate? Get the oven out, says Ayesha Banerjee.
If you have the ability to spot and nurture sporting talent in a kid, you will be the most sought-after school sports instructor says Ayesha Banerjee.
There were 57,200 student visas issued this year by the UK as compared to the USA’s 32,000, but the latter might still emerge as the top favourite among Indians.
Neurologists have to meticulously trace the medical history of the patient and minutely study the symptoms to arrive at a precise diagnosis. Read on to know more.
A diving instructor is someone who trains people to dive and stay under water. Certifications are a must to qualify as divers and instructors. So what are you waiting for?
Entering the world of a special child is not easy, but you will be surprised at how a smile and tentative steps of progress can keep you infinitely motivated.
How difficult is being yourself when millions of people are watching you? Ayesha Banerjee finds out whether you can make a name, gather fame and money out of reality shows.
The Himalayas are considered the third polar ice cap because of the large amounts of ice mass they hold. And now they need snow experts, says Ayesha Banerjee
Quality of education is what Victoria is focussing on and student safety remains a key priority reports Ayesha Banerjee
Past life regression therapists will take you back in time to find causes of phobias and ailments that plague you, and try to heal you. Ayesha Banerjee finds out more.
It’s the world of fantasy that movie makers create for us. Moviemakers abroad are exploring different kind of genres to get their message across to children and adults alike.
They are battling for the survival of our rivers, the Ganges, the Yamuna... Join their crusade if you care, writes Ayesha Banerjee.
The head is a sacred space that only a very skilled specialist like a neurosurgeon is allowed to invade, says Ayesha Banerjee
Here's the perfect career option for you. Be a tiger conservationist and protect endangered cats. Ayesha Banerjee tells you more about this profession.
If you are good with the pencil or brush, you can live in the world of rainbows and rabbits. All you have to do is consider being a children's book illustrator, writes Ayesha Banerjee.
Fertility specialists treat people who are unable to reproduce. Ayesha Banerjee tells you all that you want to know about this profession - skills, insitutes and more.
For patients blinded by Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), a type of progressive retinal dystrophy, Dr Rajat Agrawal, a US-based Indian surgeon, is a messenger of hope.
If you are good at science, have an inclination for research, a habit of questioning and analysing everything endlessly, this is the perfect career option for you.
Ruth Gee, the British Council’s regional director for India and Sri Lanka, explains to Ayesha Banerjee why she passionately believes in equal opportunity and diversity
If you want to manage the jungles like the precious resource they are, you are ready to be a forest manager, says Ayesha Banerjee.
Young Zoya Akhtar has done it all for Bollywood - from writing and directing her own film Luck by Chance to casting junior and senior artistes to being assistant director. Ayesha Banerjee finds out what makes her tick...