Hinduja bros host lunch for Chandrababu Naidu, India Inc bosses in Davos
The sattvik lunch hosted by the Hinduja brothers saw India Inc bosses bonding over food.
After Anil Kumble's exit, here are a few 'softies' Kohli & Co could consider for coach
From Amitabh Bachchan to David Beckham, here are a few...
Hit the Monkey Bar in Delhi & gorge on succulent prawns & cocktails
Get a selection of crunchy bites, go-to comfort food & heady cocktails. S...
Lesser-known stories behind the 20-year-old iconic 'Dhara Jalebi' ad
'Cut The Crap's' Jagdish Acharya was roped in to revive the sinking brand. That is when he concluded that it needed an emotional hook.
Kerala’s fat tax targets only branded food; is tax on fat or on exotic?
Imagine the nationwide commotion if such a tax were to include namkeens, vadas, samosas, kathi rolls, bhajis, bread pakoras, chhole bhature, kachoris, chowmein, jalebis, plantain chips and other fried delights?
How crispy, Mughlai porotas made its way from sweaty Kolkata, Delhi streets to premium eateries
From the Awadhi parantha to the cafe versions, the flatbread reinvents itself.
How Kolkata's street food comes alive in full glory during Durga Puja celebrations
The air is redolent with the fragrance of incense and fresh blooms. But the most delectable sound of all is of alur chop.
What does India want on July 5? Here's a ground report from 8 places that matter
ET visited eight industrial hubs across India, spanning several sectors, to find out what businesses want.
Tiffin returns to evening menus of premium restaurants
The simple tea, coffee and idli has made way for eclectic selections of gourmet and health foods as well as comfort street savories.
Quick getaway destinations: Bhandardara, Bikaner, Madhugiri
ET-Travel suggests you take a casual day off at work to make the most of an extended weekend in July and August. Here’s where you can head to.
BJP leaders, ministers attend wedding of Amit Shah's son
BJP leaders and ministers were here today to attend the wedding of party president Amit Shah's son Jay, even as the Delhi poll results trickled in.
Now, startups that hack your snack
These companies say they use no artificial colour or sweeteners. In fact, some say the chef will call you to note your taste and health preferences when you call them first time.
ET Markets pre-Budget meet: A fitting banquet for a starry night
Chef Dane Fernandes and his army of 20 laid out a spread that brokered many a deal in the lawns of Taj Hotel in Mumbai on Friday for top bankers, brokers and bond experts.
Ad meter: Limca campaign freshens the mood, Cremica cookies ad goes bland
Collated by IPSOS, after surveying a 200-member strong consumer panel, we bring you the best and the worst that indian tv had to offer.
Chinese President Xi's India visit: Xi Jinping, first lady Peng Liyuan treated to Gujarati thali
The Chinese president and his wife were also served Rajwadi chhas (buttermilk with mint and coriander) during the farsan course.
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