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    Indore: Food or Farce, MYH patients in dilemma

    Indore: Despite failing to provide hygienic and proper diet to patients, administration of the biggest government run medical facility of state, Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital continued to stop attendants from bringing fruits and milk for their patients from outside on Tuesday. Miffed over the ban on outside food, family members of the patients created ruckus at the main entrance of the hospital after they were stopped from serving food and fruits to the

  • Indore: Sorry state of food affairs in MYH

    Indore: In what would be utterly shameful for Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital, the biggest government run medical facility of state failed in proving proper diet to its patients even after receiving separate budget for it. Moreover, when enquired, the hospital superintendent presented a different meal to media than what was being served to the patients.

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    Chillies: Understanding its charm and complexity

    Found in everywhere in vivid colours, the spicy ingredient adds an interesting character to any cuisine. But we just do not understand its sheer complexity. Sapna Sarfare helps you appreciate this fiery spice.

  • Mumbai: 30 children fall sick after consuming food at madrassa in Bhiwandi

    Mumbai: Around thirty students from Madrassa Darul Uloom Diwan Shah diagnosed with food poisoning after having food at a public lunch program in Bhiwandi area on Tuesday. The children were served food at a feast organised by a person at his place in Bhiwandi on Tuesday afternoon. All the students, aged between 10 and 14 years, were admitted at Nair Hospital.

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    Get a taste of Kashmiri cuisine at the Kashmiri Food Festival happening in Navi Mumbai

    Mention Kashmiri food and the few cuisines that you could think of are Rogan josh, Dum aloo, Yakhni, and Wazwaan, among others. But trust us, Kashmiri delicacies are much more than that. If you are craving for or want to try Kashmiri delicacies in Mumbai, head to Shikara in Sanpada. The restaurant is hosting a Kashmiri Food Festival that gives you a taste of why Kashmir is called the heaven on earth

  • The UpperCrust Food and Wine Show

    What: The UpperCrust Food & Wine Show is the most-awaited culinary event – India’s first, finest, biggest, and most successful, in its 15th year now. The three-day food and wine extravaganza – with over 1,40,000 visitors, show cases the best in the business with 150 exhibitors in total. It features some of the finest products and services, from the food and beverage, and kitchen appliance industry- an exciting range of products by

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    Now get edible iPad at this Mumbai patisserie

    In the era of gadgets and gizmos, with all sorts of developments and advancements, the one brand that soars above the rest is ‘Apple’. Users of the brand endorse the brand every now and then by bragging about ‘things iPhone does’. With the never-ending list that includes how expensive the phone is, how the camera is best, long life and durability and what not. Not to forget ‘if you don’t have an

  • Indian tourism to boom in next 2-3 years

    Mumbai: The tourism industry in India will not see a downturn for the next 20-30 years, making it a very attractive place to be in. This would be driven by food, heritage and overall experience that the industry will offer to inbound and outbound tourists. This was the key takeaway from a round-table discussion on Tourism which was organised by The Free Press Journal (FPJ).

  • Indore: FDA tightens noose around sweetmeat, namkeen shops

    Indore: Officials of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) department and district administration jointly raided three sweetmeat shops in the city to check quality of food, on Friday. The raids were conducted in view of Raksha Bandhan and other festivals when people use sweets abundantly.

  • Foodie’s paradise: World street food fest

    This weekend make your way to the vibrant and bustling suburb of Andheri and experience the World Street Food Fest at The Lalit. Give your taste buds a rocking gastronomical experience with the array of foods available at this quirky food festival hosted at 24/7, which is one of four exquisite restaurants there.

  • Indore: Foodie Corner Must have Indore delicacies on a rainy day

    Indore: As the sky becomes grey and showers pour generously on the city, the season of celebrating food and life enchants Indore city. The city that is popularly known for its chaats, namkeen and delicious treats is all-set to welcome food lovers with lip smacking snacks.

  • How to make cooking fun and easy

    Not everyone has the desire to be a master chef. So, for all those reluctant cooks out there Nikita Wadhawan finds out some fun, innovative and faster way of cooking your supper

  • GST shadow on world’s largest community kitchen

    Chandigarh: It is known as the world’s largest community kitchen — feeding freshly cooked food to an estimated 50,000 devotees on weekdays and over 100,000 on weekends and festivals. But the newly-introduced GST is going to put an extra burden of over Rs 10 crore on this socio-religious activity at the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar and other gurdwaras, temple officials say.

  • This is the perfect way to enjoy high-tide at Marine Drive

    Mumbai witnesses beautiful high tides lashing Marine Drive and other sea-side locations. Marine Drive witnessed a high tide with a maximum heights of 4.06 metres on Wednesday. The city is receiving continuous rainfall since the couple of hours. Though police urge people to avoid such locations, people flocked to Marine Drive to see the high tide. The highest tide of this season was recorded on Sunday at a height of 5.02 metres around 1