Here's how you can follow a diet plan that's simple and completely balanced. While Holy Smoke does not look impressive at first glance and is almost like a warehouse space with minimal decor, the food elevates its status. Simply Sushi comprises a small island which works as an open kitchen, with comfortable stools placed along it for easy dining. The plethora of unquestioned truths concerning how wine should be enjoyed and its effects on those who dare to indulge in it still plague the contemporary wine-drinkers.
Samrath Bedi, Executive Director, Forest Essentials India, talks to BT More about the brand's ethos, journey so far and what it takes to become an entrepreneur in a crowded marketplace. Karoline Huber, Brand Director for Middle East and India, IWC Schaffhausen, on her love for watches and how to choose them. Founder and CEO of Sulekha.com Satya Prabhakar shares ten ways to stay calm, focused and in control of your work and personal life. Through generations, yoga has come to the rescue with its time-tested methods. Yoga has offered solace and comfort, and a path to fitness and well-being.
Privileged Lufthansa fliers can now rent a Porsche at the Frankfurt airport and explore the city in style. Gone are the days of penning letters or cutting calls short because of sky-high costs. The internet has opened up a daring new universe of staying in touch - from anywhere. David Lau, GM of Singapore Airlines, India, on luxury travel, the Indian business class traveller and why the world loves India.
The union minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises explains why this sector remains at the core of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make In India initiative.
The RBI has clamped down on yet another state-owned bank, Indian Overseas Bank. The bank has seen its capital adequacy plunging below 9%, NPAs ballooning to over 10 per cent and return on assets taking a hit, sliding below 0.25%. The government had expected a 16.5 per cent increase in overall tax collections over the revenue generated in 2014/15. However, the growth, so far, has been just over 12 per cent. Trai is expecting that penalising the companies will force them to shape up. It is finding a solution to the call drop menace by working on symptoms rather than the disease.
Long form may be trending in traditional media, but on social networks, brevity rules. Soon, we may move to wordless communication going by the amount of investment social platforms are making in developing emoticons.
If your entire look is basic and simple, socks can be the much-needed fun addition. The most multi-purpose of all casual wear, polo t-shirts go with jeans, linen pants and trousers with complete ease.
The company also enjoys the industry best employee metrics and is expected to continue its growth at a brisk pace on the back of its digital initiative.
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Unlike last year, the top 50 had no less than nine companies that had seen their market cap erode. The top 10 list alone had three companies whose average market capitalisation was lower than what they enjoyed in the same period last year.
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Swedish retailer H&M that has bravely come in on the single brand FDI route waiting two years for approval, could not have asked for a better opening in India. Chitra Narayanan catches up with its CEO Karl-Johan Persson-