First Humanitarian Assistance For Rohingya Refugees In Bangladesh To Ship Tomorrow: India

First Humanitarian Assistance For Rohingya Refugees In Bangladesh To Ship Tomorrow- India

Humanitarian assistance will be sent to Bangladesh to help the Rohingya Muslims who are taking shelter in the country after fleeing from Buddhist-majority nation Myanmar due to ethnic violence. Bangladesh High Commissioner in India met Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar about a week ago with talks related to the influx of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Indian More...

by Paul Linus | Published 1 week ago
Indian Railways Catering System Serving Unfit Food For Human Consumption- Report
By Paul Linus On Saturday, July 22nd, 2017
0 Comments

Indian Railways Catering System Serving Unfit Food For Human Consumption: Report

Food served on Indian Railways are not fit for human consumption, reveals report of a Comptroller and Auditor General. The report adds unpurified tap water is being used for the preparation of food and the food More...

McDonald's Shuts Fourth Outlet In Delhi, Food Lovers Disappointed
By Paul Linus On Thursday, June 29th, 2017
0 Comments

McDonald’s Shuts Fourth Outlet In Delhi, Food Lovers Disappointed

McDonald is shutting down its outlets in Delhi and this has baffled Delhites. The fourth store closed on Thursday, leaving Connaught Place with just one functioning in block N-10. There are 55 McDonalds outlets More...

Supreme Court Seeks Center's Explanation On Ban Of Cattle For Slaughter
By Paul Linus On Thursday, June 15th, 2017
0 Comments

Supreme Court Seeks Center’s Explanation On Ban Of Cattle For Slaughter

The ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter has been put on hold by the Supreme Court asking for explanation from the government. The Apex Court said the ban issued by the ruling party is unconstitutional and it More...

Aam Panna & Phalsa-Sharbat
By Paul Linus On Thursday, May 18th, 2017
0 Comments

BEAT THE HEAT WITH NUKKADWALA’S TREAT

Gurgaon, 18th May 2017, Oh! Hot summer starts. Were exams over? Where to deserve fun and relaxation for vacation? The summer fun often comes with summer fouls which rapidly increase the risk of dehydration. “One More...

1
By Paul Linus On Saturday, April 8th, 2017
0 Comments

THE REBIRTH OF KHAN CHACHA

Khan Chacha, the well known eatery and legacy in Khan Market, Delhi, known for its kebabs has opened a new restaurant by the name of “Rule The Rolls” in Gurgaon. Khan Chacha has been in the business of preparing More...

suncity world school
By Paul Linus On Friday, January 27th, 2017
0 Comments

Suncity World School Launches Maiden Book on Cooking

Gurgaon: If an educated man should know everything about something, and something about everything, here is some good news from this Millennium City! Perhaps, first of its kind published in any school of India – More...

Nukkadwala Makes World's Longest Vada Pao measuring 145 feet
By Paul Linus On Saturday, August 27th, 2016
0 Comments

Nukkadwala Makes World’s Longest Vada Pao measuring 145 feet

Limca Book of Records considers Gurgaon restaurant’s effort On the occasion of World’s Vada Pao Day i.e.; 23rd August, Nukkadwala (http://www.nukkadwala.co.in/) , a chain of restaurant which brings street More...

How Climate Change Affects Food Supplies
By Paul Linus On Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
0 Comments

How Climate Change Affects Food Supplies

“The hottest season on record” is becoming a popular term on meteorology reports across the world, and experts predict that climate change show no signs of slowing down. Harsher weather and fewer rains More...

master chef
By Paul Linus On Monday, May 9th, 2016
0 Comments

Master Chef held at DLF Gardencity

To celebrate the art of cooking, Master Chef, a culinary competition was organised on 07th May at DLF’s township DLF Gardencity in New Gurgaon. The event was conducted in collaboration with Select Hotels and Heritage More...