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Whats In Delhi Baking Company's new summer menu offers captivating bites

Delhi Baking Company's new summer menu offers captivating bites

DBC's new summer menu has a captivating range of sweet and savoury bites

Restaurant review: Zambar on the Moon is more cafe than restaurant

Hidden in Moon River, a concept store in Defence Colony, Zambar on the Moon is more cafe than restaurant.

A Lofty Hotel

Haven for IT professionals 

Restaurant review: Much to fall in love with at Chew Pan-Asian Cafe

When a restaurant's seating decor comprises of hanging chairs, you know you're in for some fun! And fun is exactly what the team at Chew Pan-Asian Cafe has in mind.

'Private India can only be called a page-turner; a gritty, fast-paced crime thriller'

Ashwin Sanghi, co-author of Private India, on writing and his collaboration with James Patterson

Restaurant review: Experience the warmth of The Mountain Cafe in Delhi's plains

The first impression of 'Sakley's The Mountain Cafe' in Delhi is one of delicately balanced contrast. The carefully rendered architectural elements, quirky decor, the warmth and good food will keep you coming back for more.
Culture Arty Facts: Your guide to choosing the right piece of art

Arty Facts: Your guide to choosing the right piece of art

Art curator Andy Fairgrieve shares tips on how to choose the right art pieces through instinct, and not by price tag.
Food Restaurant review: Reserve your Sunday brunches with Indigo Deli

Restaurant review: Reserve your Sunday brunches with Indigo Deli

After making its mark in Maximum City, Indigo Deli is all set to become Delhi's brunch destination.
People People who made news this fortnight: Nita Ambani, Alok Nanda and more

People who made news this fortnight: Nita Ambani, Alok Nanda and more

Featuring: Alok Nanda, Nita Ambani, Bijou Kurien and Gulbir S. Madan
BT More Style tips for men: Four bags you must have with you

Style tips for men: Four bags you must have with you

Should you own a briefcase or a messenger bag? Will a duffel bag suit you better than a Padfolio? Know more about the accessories in vogue for men.

Things to keep in mind before installing a rock garden at your home

Want to be the first among your friends to install a rock garden? This rustic arrangement can be quite charming, but keep a few things in mind before taking the big step.
Focus Are the steps taken by the govt to tackle inflation enough?

Are the steps taken by the govt to tackle inflation enough?

The Narendra Modi government's honeymoon period may well be cut short if it fails to control inflation. The government has taken some steps. But are they enough?

Qualified institutional placements are back in vogue

Qualified Institutional Placements, or QIPs, is an instrument through which listed companies can sell shares directly to institutions without making a public offering. Most companies will use capital raised through QIPs to cut their high-cost debt and strengthen their balance sheets.

Marketing communication agency JWT India makes a comeback

The agency has won eight metals at the Cannes Advertising Festival. It has also bagged 41 metals at the Goafest 2014. The star of the show: 'Make-Every-Yard -Count' campaign for Nike.

Govt's latest measures to tame inflation may not solve the problem

T. Nanda Kumar, Chairman of the National Dairy Development Board and a former secretary of food and agriculture with the central government, says it is a dilemma that farmers get lower prices and the consumers pay a high price.

Review: FIFA's World Cup app, Lenovo IdeaPad A10 and Plantronics BackBeat Fit

FIFA'S World Cup app, a hybrid from Lenovo, and sweat-proof headphones from Plantronics.
Event India too can build infrastructure ahead of demand: CEOs

India too can build infrastructure ahead of demand: CEOs

Indian companies have mastered the art of managing with little and finding ingenious ways to overcome shortages. Business Today's Power Breakfast discusses if the Narendra Modi government can bring about a change.
Features CDR system seems to be failing, exposing lending banks to huge risks

CDR system seems to be failing, exposing lending banks to huge risks

The CDR mechanism was created in early 2000 to help distressed corporates with a loan exposure of over Rs 10 crore. If a CDR fails, the asset is classified as an NPA. Today, many corporates are going down despite huge debt restructuring packages.

Iraq crisis is slowly turning India to Iran for oil supplies

Since 2012, Iraq has been India's second biggest source of oil imports after Saudi Arabia, supplying more than 20 million metric tonne every year. Ever since the unrest in Iraq broke out, Asia's second largest energy user has been on edge.

Kushagra Bajaj now betting big on the power sector to expand

After making Bajaj Hindusthan Asia's largest sugar producer, Kushagra Bajaj is now betting big on the power sector to expand his business empire.

Fund managers optimistic about Indian equities but cautious of risks

The sixth edition of the BT-Morningstar Asset Allocation Survey shows 26 per cent fund managers fear inflation to be a key risk for the market while 16 per cent expect the twin deficits to be cause for concern. Nearly a third fear that deficit monsoon rainfall could hurt stock markets.
Reporters Diary Is the Amma Unavagam project in Tamil Nadu sustainable?

Is the Amma Unavagam project in Tamil Nadu sustainable?

The Amma Unavagam project in Tamil Nadu is said to have been a key factor behind the stunning success of Jayalalithaa's AIADMK in the recent Lok Sabha polls. But is it sustainable?
Travel Plane  Relief

Plane Relief

Suffer no more! Swiss International Airlines has revamped its services to become the world's first 'allergy-friendly' carrier.
Book Book review: American Icon - Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company

Book review: American Icon - Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company

The book - American Icon: Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company - lets you into the outgoing CEO's mind. Did the conditions at Ford overwhelm him? What made him give up his job at Boeing and take up the challenge at Ford?
Products The Right Angle of your Hammock

The Right Angle of your Hammock

Tips to use your hammock.
B-School Debate B-school debate: Flipkart's Myntra Merger Can't Stop Amazon

B-school debate: Flipkart's Myntra Merger Can't Stop Amazon

Business Today throws open a debate to B-school students. This fortnight's topic: Flipkart's Myntra Merger Can't Stop Amazon
CEO wishlist Ten focus areas for government in Budget 2014

Ten focus areas for government in Budget 2014

All eyes are now on the new government and the industry expects infusion of appropriate measures that will stimulate industry growth.
Editors note Vishal Sikka will have to prove Infosys has a longer shelf life: Josey Puliyenthuruthel

Vishal Sikka will have to prove Infosys has a longer shelf life: Josey Puliyenthuruthel

Vishal Sikka, the new CEO at Infosys, has his task cut out in ensuring his employer has a longer shelf life than many give it credit for, writes Business Today Managing Editor Josey Puliyenthuruthel.
Science LiquiGlide: A coating to help that ketchup slide out

LiquiGlide: A coating to help that ketchup slide out

Dave Smith, a former MIT graduate student, along with his then professor, Kripa Varanasi, came up with a neat solution: a surface coating that can be applied to the inside of the bottle to make the inside slippery, so the ketchup slides out easily.
Chiaroscuro What made news last fortnight: Google Android One, Heatlh Minister Harsh Vardhan and more

What made news last fortnight: Google Android One, Heatlh Minister Harsh Vardhan and more

Events that made news last fortnight. Featuring: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan's comment on morals and AIDS; Google Android One and more.
Letters Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage

Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage

Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage -
Leadership Spotlight Vikram Kailas, Managing Director, Mytrah Energy talks about the many firsts in his life.

Vikram Kailas, Managing Director, Mytrah Energy talks about the many firsts in his life.

Vikram Kailas, Managing Director, Mytrah Energy talks about the many firsts in his life.