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Prime Minister Narendra Modi was looking forward to substantial, effective and highly memorable visit of the US, and it proved true in every respect. He got what he wanted: a rock star reception at the Madison Square Garden, enthusiastic response from the top US businessmen and unprecedented warmth shown from President Barack Obama and his team members at the White House. Indeed, it was a headline-grabbing tour of US by any Indian Prime Minister in [...]

Cricket has been the most favoured sport in India and that at the expense of others. But, of late, that image is changing and we have come to patronise other sports as well. There is noticeable participation of fans, investors, sponsors, broadcasters to make the other ones too popular. The recent Pro Kabaddi League, World Kabaddi League and the upcoming football event, Indian Football League (ISL) prove that sports marketing can make things happen, make [...]

Khan Market in Delhi

Central Delhi has always been deemed as the new-fangled niche of modernity when compared with the rest of the city. Fashion or culture, this highly urbanised diplomatic enclave of Delhi stands way ahead in every aspect. Delhi is known for its spectacularly posh markets that attract the high society cliques and Khan Market is one of them. Voguishly known as “Khan”, it is one of the most sumptuous markets of Delhi. Khan Market is basically [...]

Festive Offers on Cars

With Dussehra and Diwali just around the corner, and the entire country preparing for the biggest festive season of the year, the automotive market prepares for a much awaited wave of heavy cash discounts, exchange bonuses, corporate discounts and so on for those who have been waiting to book and buy their next car this time around. In order to push the bar further on the already piling orders and waiting periods of most models, [...]

September 30, 2014
Mava Kachori

When it comes to Indian breakfast, the choices are aplenty, but to celebrate in a nice way requires something special. Kachori has been one of these special dishes. You might have tried different ones from the market mostly filled with aaloo or pyaaz, what if we fill something special in these kachoris too? That’s why I made these Mava Kachori. Coming straight from Rajasthan, these are absolutely perfect for your special breakfast and do wonders to [...]

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The New Confederate Hellcat

Military inspired styling, bare bones functionality and nomenclature that is in essence dedicated to the pilots of World War II, is what defines the small yet powerful line up of motorcycles designed and built by the American limited edition motorcycle manufacturer – Confederate Motorcycles. Founded in Baton Rouge Louisiana, 21 years ago, and reflecting a relentless love and passion for the American way of life and the craze for motorcycling,  Confederate Motorcycles commenced with their [...]

We keep on complaining on many things and issues in our lives, especially those which affect the functioning of the society. For instance, we complain about the government and its functioning, we complain about the lack of civic sense of the people, we complain about bad roads, traffic jams, lack of water supply, lack of electricity, and many more. We are always ready to put the blame on others for any kind of disturbing situations [...]

America got ‘Modi-fied’: with tens of thousands of Indian Americans and hundreds of top American politicians squeezing-up every opportunity to have an audience with visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a history of sort was being created on the land of the oldest democracy of the world. As for the first time, a foreign leader was able to create such a wave across America. It is said that the then Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru [...]

Can Modi Change India

It would not be wrong to say that India and even the entire world is seeing a hope for change in India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is regarded as a dynamic, hard working, able and a very assertive leader. Even experts compare him to world leaders and reformers like Margaret Thatcher, Deng Xiaoping, Mahinda Rajapaksa and Ronald Reagan. Supporters of Narendra Modi believe that he is a reformer and a [...]

Viren Rasquinha might have announced a surprise retirement from international hockey for an MBA degree from the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, but the former captain’s heart still beats for the national game. Though not happy with his unceremonious omission from Indian squad for the Doha Asian Games in 2006 and thereafter, the mid-fielder known for his grit and determination on the field, wants to keep the good memories and acknowledge the fame and fortune [...]