Food & Health

Time to Address the Plight of Doctors, Apolitically

While the politicisation of the Bengal junior doctors’ stir is regrettable, we must address their plight legally Beyond the politics, there is a crucial issue that the protesting junior doctors of Bengal, who are standing up for a colleague beaten

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Places to Strike your Hunger

Café Delhi Heights presents Back to School menu curated by Shirin Batra and chef Ashish Singh. Take your pick from triangular jam paranthas to bread rolls, chocolate brownie and rainy day box. Price: Rs 700 plus taxes(for two) Date: June

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Fusion of Tech and Gourmet

For those who are tech-savvy and want to experiment with disparate flavours from across the globe, Ctrl Alt Delete is the place to head to, says Jayesh Pawar Those who grew up in the 90s would recall 32nd Milestone as

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‘Ministry of Crabs’ : Srilankan Restro

Sri Lanka’s most renowed chef Dharshan Munidasa has made his debut in India with his Ministry of Crabs. In an email interview with Saimi Sattar, he talks about his reasons for opening an outpost in the country, his inspiration and

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Debunking Myths About E-cigarettes

It is ironic for e-cigarettes and harm reduction products to be banned while legal sales of tobacco cigarettes continue. The alternative can impact public health positively India has a major problem with tobacco. It is the second largest consumer of

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Menstruation Stigma Still Prevails

Filmmaker Rhea Mathew tells Ayushi Sharma that her film Stains is an attempt to represent menstruation in a way that it looks ‘normal’ Every country has a different culture and practice surrounding menstruation, the only commonality being the taboos. The

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Modern Twist for North Indian Food

Baar Baar’s amalgamation of north Indian food with a modern twist has some hits as well misses, says Chahak Mittal The posh lanes of Khan Market are somewhat akin to a food lover’s paradise. And it is here that I

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Falling in Love with French Cuisine

The authentic food, the French bistro ambience and the endearing service at PAUL make for a perfect meal, says Shambhavi Suri Cooking in the 21st century is often equated with new methods like molecular gastronomy. However, at Paul, they believe

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When Hunger Strikes in

L’Opera Salon presents French Rendezvous, where you can pair a cup of aromatic tea with soft and buttery freshly baked Almond croissants, Chicken and mushroom Vol-au-vent, Raisin brioche, Roast tomato basil and goat cheese Tarte, Croque Monsieur and more. Price:

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To Keep Its Place in Pharma Market India Needs to Buckle Up

Access to low-cost generics at the cost of sidelining the protocols mandated by the WHO and compromising on drug quality will lead us nowhere. There’s a need to enforce stringent quality regulations. Will the pharma sector amend itself, asks Tanu

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