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Disequilibrium | Sweat Pakistan Out...Use A Sporting Embargo

Every time sporting relations between the two nations are normalised, the fires are stoked in this debate. It gets ugly, people get nasty and words are exchanged.

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Disequilibrium | Vicious Cycle Of Violence

Paris attacks and the Brussels lockdown are watershed moment in the continuing war on terror, the sands are shifting rapidly, the theatres are different now

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Mega Diamonds: Rekindling The Romance

While most jewellery across global markets is made with smaller sized diamonds, it is the large, exceptional diamonds that usually grab the attention of the world. Discoveries like the 1,111 ct stone found last week in Botswana, the second largest diamond ever, brings the miners into focus

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En-compassing The Full Japanese Meal Experience

On offer during the brunch are three starters (similar to what I ate), ten kinds of sushi, karage of fried chicken, kushiage (seasoned, grilled) pork, not to mention chicken braised with egg, chicken with bell pepper and fish and chicken teppanyaki

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Time To Focus On Exports

The political logjam in the country will only serve to erode the significance of the ‘Make in India’ pitch, and the investors will be disillusioned

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Disequilibrium | India's Struggling Farm Economy

Every time India has outperformed, as in managed to cross 8 per cent GDP growth, the real inflection point has come thanks to agricultural growth closing in on 4 per cent. The tipping point for what essentially remains an agrarian economy, even if services and manufacturing have displaced agricultur

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Disequilibrium | The Ever Present Danger Of Twisted Ideology

In the immediate aftermath of 26/11 terror attacks which brutalised India's collective psyche, I met Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi, chairman of Oberoi Hotels whose properties in SoBo had been brought to their knees by the fidayeen buddy pairs. Oberoi himself was at Taj Land's End that fateful night col

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Go On Fatty, Take A Bao!

Delhi Fatty Bao restaurant, sitting perched on the food stack that is the Sangam Courtyard—what used to be the Sangam Cinema for those who don’t venture too often towards RK Puram—is a little gem of a restaurant. I have been to the original Fatty Bao in Bangalore (FBB), which is a fantastic restaura

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Capital Flavours Reign Supreme At Delhi Pavilion

The Sheraton in Saket was a very favourite haunt of mine, where I would join my friends after night duty to dig into the fantastic midnight Biriyani buffet it used to have. The food was always spot on, the only thing that was taking a hit was the look and feel of the restaurant—which is why ITC Hote

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Harking Back To The Good Old Days

The origins of what most of us consider western or Continental food can still be found in clubs across the country. Many restaurants have tried their hands at replicating the food and ambience and usually have ended up serving mediocre food in faux atmospheres. All that changed the moment Marut Sikk

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