Apple registered a solid year-on-year growth in India for the last quarter despite the fall in global figures
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'Belong' scrapes through online activities of potential candidates.
The author and historian opens up about Gandhi, cricket and RSS at his favourite Bangalore restaurant.
No traffic jams, no Cauvery row.
The Cauvery i ue these days is no more about how much water is shared between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu than it is about who owns more oxygen. It is identity politics, pure and simple. For some people...
Recently, Mark Poynton, the chef patron of Alimentum in Cambridge UK was in Bengaluru as part of the “Taste of Britain” promotion that was held in association with Curry Life magazine. I asked the chef what it's like to run a Michelin-star restaurant, his thoughts on modernist cooking and his work to promote “ethical cuisine”.
What if cloth bags are only a palliative, meant to symbolize doing something and absolving us of our guilt, without actually solving the problem? This may be the end-result -- a quick-fix that actually doesn't fix anything.
Flavour-packed local cuisine, nature walks and massages that could give Bangkok a run for its money, and you've got yourself the perfect blend of adventure, indulgence and relaxation -- across all budgets. Pack your bags for Coorg now!
Little Black Book has been looking for Bengaluru’s sweetest spots at a host of go-to dessert cafes in town, and here are some places that really made the cut. Of course, we may have missed some havens of indulgence… so if you have favourites that you feel belong in this list, let us know.
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He used to leave lipsticks, nail polishes outside her door as 'presents'.
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How does one fall in love with a city? It was easy six years ago, when I was naive, poor and single, and landed in New Delhi. From making friends (who were equally naive, poor and single) to finding a home (a PG, a flat, a barsati), they were the series of adventures that made me fall in love with "Dilli". But it was a whole different ball game in November 2015 when I moved to Bengaluru for good...
There's reason why ordering in food is one of the fastest growing trends in urban India. Because firstly, it's food. And then, it's being delivered right to your doorstep. What's not to love, really?...