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1 April, 2015 3:32 PM From the kitchens of Udupi

Mother-daughter Malati Srinivasan and Geetha Rao have put together The Udupi Kitchen, a collection of dishes of the Madhwa Brahmin community from the region If you instantly think of masala dosa when you think of Udupi food, you can’t be blamed. But one must remember that the Udupi kitchens have fed god Krishna in the temple town and the cuisine is associated 121

1 April, 2015 3:29 PM 10 Indian Dishes You Should Recommend to all Your Non-Desi Friends

There are millions of foreigners all over the world who take immense pleasure in the indulgence of authentic Indian cuisine. What makes Indian food extraordinary is the variety it offers with exemplary flavors, twist of spices and the lure of all that’s sweet. (Really, a recent study proved that it’s scientific fact.) Of course, you are gaga about the desi preparations 84

1 April, 2015 1:03 PM Indian-origin businesses back Conservative party in UK

London: A number of Indian-origin entrepreneurs have backed Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party in the upcoming UK General Election in May, warning that a government led by Opposition Labour party would "threaten jobs and deter investment". Cameron, who currently leads the coalition government along with the Liberal Democrats, will celebrate 95

1 April, 2015 12:42 PM Typhoon hurtles toward central Philippines, tourists warned

Manila: The Philippines put troops on alert on Wednesday and prepared food and medical supplies as it warned residents and tourists along its eastern coast to be ready for a super typhoon expected to land some time in the next 72 hours. Typhoon Maysak, initially a top-rated category 5 typhoon, weakened slightly as it moved towards the Philippines, hurtling 6

1 April, 2015 10:37 AM Typhoon heads towards central Philippines as country breaks for holiday

Manila: The Philippines put troops on alert on Wednesday and prepared food and medical supplies as it warned residents and tourists along its eastern coasts to be ready for a super typhoon expected to land some time in the next 72 hours. Typhoon Maysak is currently a category five storm - the highest rating - hovering over the Pacific Ocean with winds 10

1 April, 2015 9:46 AM Special prayers in Srinagar to avoid floods

Srinagar: As fresh rainfall intensified in Kashmir, the residents on Wednesday organised special prayers at many places here to invoke the mercy of the Almighty for improvement in the weather conditions to avoid floods in the Valley again. Propitiation prayers by organising community kitchen were held at various places in the city to seek God's forgiveness 20

1 April, 2015 8:12 AM Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik launches subsidised food scheme

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday launched a scheme here to provide subsidised food to the urban poor in five cities, an official said. Patnaik announced that 'Aahar' will provide rice and dalma during lunch time to the poor at Rs 5 in Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Rourkela, Sambalpur and Berhampur, the official said. He will also formally 75

31 March, 2015 12:03 PM Service Tax changes: Tickets to museum to turn cheaper, air travel expensive

Entry tickets to museums, zoo and tiger reserves would become cheaper, while business class air travel, investment in MFs and chit funds would become expensive with some of the service tax proposals announced in the Budget coming into effect from tomorrow. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had came out with a host of proposals last month to rationalise service 57

31 March, 2015 11:19 AM FCI plans 2-MT capacity silos at investment of Rs 2,000cr

FCI is planning to revamp its 2-million tonnes of conventional storage capacity for wheat and rice with 'silos' through PPP model with an investment of about Rs 2,000 crore over the next 3-4 years. A silo is a steel structure, comprising 4 large size cylindrical shape bins each with a capacity of about 12,500 tonnes, where grains can be stored without 27

31 March, 2015 8:18 AM From April 1, museum, zoo tickets to turn cheaper, air travel costlier

Entry tickets to museums, zoo and tiger reserves would become cheaper, while business class air travel, investment in MFs and chit funds would become expensive with some of the service tax proposals announced in the Budget coming into effect from tomorrow. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had come out with a host of proposals last month to rationalise service 35