• Service Charge By Restaurants: Can't Add Charge In Food Bills, Says Piyush Goyal

    Service Charge Row: The minister said the government was getting complaints from consumers regarding the service charge being imposed by restaurants.

  • Michelin Star Chef Vikas Khanna Ranked In Global Top 10 List By Gazette Review

    Vikas Khanna is one of the first Indian chefs to receive international acclaim. Since 2011, his main restaurant Junoon in New York City has received a Michelin star.

  • Indian-Origin Chef On UK's New Post-COVD Restaurants Recovery Council

    One of Britain's leading Indian-origin chefs, Nisha Katona joins the Hospitality Sector Council to help identify and oversee actions related to the government's Hospitality Strategy.

  • Kolkata Restaurants See Dip In Profits As Onion Prices Soar

    The spiralling prices of onions have partially affected restaurant business in Kolkata, with owners apprehensive that customers might skip eating out during Christmas and New Year festivities, if they hike the rate of food items.

  • Chef Sanjeev Kapoor To Prepare ''Tiranga kheer'' At Drass To Mark Kargil Victory

    In a special tribute to heroes of the Kargil War, celebrated chef Sanjeev Kapoor and his teamwill prepare ''Tiranga kheer'' at the ''badakhana'' (grand dinner) to be organised in this battle zone on Thursday for the families of martyrs, serving troops and Army veterans.

  • 'Daulat Ki Chaat' - Moonlight, Dewdrops And A Little Bit Of Love And Legend

    Visit the winding lanes of Chandni Chowk to sample the sweet delicacy, which is mixed with cardamom powder and saffron and topped with powdered sugar, dry fruits and lashings of brown, roasted milk.

  • Playing Pokemon Go May be Good for Your Health: Experts

    Playing Pokemon Go may be good for health as the widely popular augmented reality game is making people exercise more.

  • Coffee Production Likely to Fall 8% This Fiscal: Govt

    Domestic coffee production is likely to decline by eight per cent in the current fiscal mainly due to lack of timely rains, government said today.

  • Can Artificial Sweeteners Actually Increase Appetite?

    According to a new study, consuming artificial sweeteners could do more harm than good as they may make you feel hungry and actually eat more.

  • Eat Foods Rich in Omega-3 to Cut Heart Disease Risk

    We live in a world, where our heart is at risk more than any other body organ. And to live a healthy and long life it's important to have a well heart.

  • Dogs Detect Diabetes by Sniffing Warning Signs

    A new study has found that dogs can be trained to spot the warning signs of diabetes in patients by sniffing a chemical found in our breath that signals dangerously-low blood sugar levels.

  • Use of Cancer Causing Food Additive, Potassium Bromate Banned in India

    The government today banned use of potassium bromate as a food additive following a CSE study that found its presence in bread causing cancer.

  • Staying Fit During Midlife Lowers Risk of Stroke in Later Years

    People who exercise and stay fit during their midlife (45-50 years) are less likely to suffer from a stroke after the age of 65. American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes ofmoderate exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise weekly.

  • Drive for a Cause: Expedition for Women Cancer Awareness

    'Women Beyond Boundaries' (WBB), a women organisation will start a 20-day car expedition on June 18 from Gurgaon to the rough Himalayan terrain, to promote women's health and cancer awareness.

  • Diet, Exercise Best Ways to Beat Cancer: Study

    Patients who are newly diagnosed with cancer should exercise and stick to a diet, as shedding kilos is the best way to fight the disease.

  • Coming Together: Refugee Chefs to Cook Up Parisian Feast

    Ten Parisian restaurants are to open their kitchens to refugee chefs from Syria to Sri Lanka as part of a new festival aimed at "changing attitudes" to migrants.

  • For the First Time: Ultrasound Used to Check the Quality of Chocolate

    Researchers have developed a new and quicker method to check the quality of chocolate using ultrasound, which could save the industry a lot of money.

  • Indian-Origin Chef Shortlisted for New Global Prize

    An Indian-origin woman chef has been selected among the top 20 finalists of a new 100,000 euro international prize set up to honour a chef who has made an exceptional contribution to "improving society through gastronomy".

  • Millets Are An Important Source of Nutrition: Experts

    To educate industry stakeholders and farmers about millet crops, experts highlighted importance of the crop with regard to nutrition and other aspects.

  • Sikkim Becomes the First Indian State to Ban Mineral Water Bottles in Govt Programmes

    Being developed as a green state, Sikkim had become India's first fully organic state in 2016.

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