• Popular dessert spots in Delhi
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    Popular dessert spots in Delhi

    Where to go in the capital to satisfy your sweet cravings.

  • Where to travel on the Holi weekend from Delhi under Rs 24,000
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    Where to travel on the Holi weekend from Delhi under Rs 24,000

    With a single day off, you can end up with a four-day weekend this March. Here's how you can make the most of it.

  • Best places for breakfast in Delhi
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    Best places for breakfast in Delhi

    From Sarvana Bhavan to Caara Café, we have you covered.

  • 10 restaurants, bars and cafes older than independent India!
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    10 restaurants, bars and cafes older than independent India!

    Independence Day is right around the corner. As India celebrates its 73rd Independence Day on August 15, 2019 it seems as good a time as any to take the proverbial walk down memory lane and look back at some of the oldest restaurants, bars, bakeries, and cafes in India.

  • Fast five with the founders of The Bombaykery & Kaffa Cerrado
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    Fast five with the founders of The Bombaykery & Kaffa Cerrado

    The answer comes in the form of a unique collaboration between urban India’s favourite coffee roasters ‘Kaffa Cerrado’ and one of Delhi’s finest bakery and pâtisserie ‘The Bombaykery’. The cafe promises to bring pure caffeine indulgence along with the choicest selection of delicious baked treats, and it is the only place in India that offers turmeric latte, bulletproof coffee and coffee based healthy smoothies.

  • What lies between India and the target of achieving 20 million tourists by 2020
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    What lies between India and the target of achieving 20 million tourists by 2020

    The Taj Mahal is a classic example of what is wrong with India as a tourist destination – world class monuments which have been poorly maintained. The year 2017 was a watershed one for Indian tourism when it touched the 10 million foreign tourist arrival mark for the first time, marking a growth of 15.6 per cent from 2016. The Ministry of Tourism has not set a target of reaching the magical figure of 20 million tourists by 2020.