10 breakfast items from around India that are a must-have

1. Must have Indian breakfast items Simply put, the thing about waking up early is that it’s not something anybody likes to do. That is unless we’re being offered food that we really like, rather love. A wise man once said, “eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.” Here are 10 dishes from all around India that will not only make your mouth water, they’ll also make you want to get out of bed because these dishes deserve your attention and bite! 2….

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Acer Nitro 5 gaming laptop launched in India, price starts at RS 65,999

Taiwanese electronics brand Acer on Thursday launched its all new “Nitro 5” gaming laptop, with improved specifications, for Rs 65,999 for the AMD-based model and Rs 72,999 for the 6-Core Intel processor-based variant. “The new ‘Nitro 5’ has been developed for gamers who want powerful specs to enable great experiences on-the-go at affordable price point. The advanced features and the latest hardware with a refreshed striking exterior adds to its uniqueness and provides the feeling of intensity to a gamer,” Chandrahas Panigrahi, CMO and Consumer Business Head, Acer India, said…

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10 scrumptious ways eggs are cooked in India

1. Delectable egg recipes Easy to make, cheap and delicious, eggs are truly one of the most versatile foods around. Considering how Indians have added a desi twist to the common breakfast item (read: anda bhurji, masala omelette and egg curry), here’s a list of 10 egg-citing ways that prove – when in doubt, break an egg! 2. Egg dosa We know you love Dosa. Who doesn’t, after all? Top it off, literally, with egg to get your own egg dosa. Commonly eaten in Tamil Nadu, this is not only…

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Best Street Foods Of India That Will Get You Drooling

“Main toh raste se jaa raha tha, main toh bhel puri kha raha tha.” Most of you would be familiar with this very famous 90s Bollywood track. Not only does it aptly depict the actual Indian street food scene, but is also enough to make you grab a plate of bhel puri right away. When it comes to street food, India tops the charts. Food and beverages that are usually sold on streets by hawkers and vendors in portable stalls and carts is what is termed as street food. Move over aloo chaat and tikkisas…

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10 Best Tips On Eating Street Food In India Without Having Tummy Troubles

Holidaying in India is definitely on everyone’s bucket list. Its vibrant culture, beautiful traditions, colourful festivals and exotic food is quite intriguing! With an aim to cover all of this in one trip is not enough – perhaps you need to come here more than once in order to explore everything that this country has to offer. Whether you are looking to soak up some sun on a beach or want to have a selfie at the iconic Taj Mahal, there is no doubt that this beautiful country will steal…

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When India meets Asia in Myanmarese cuisine

Myanmar boasts of an interesting melange of great traditional cuisines — ranging from Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Cambodian and even Western influences. It’s time to explore this very fascinating combination at an ongoing food festival here. The “Myanmar Food Festival” is on at Honk, Pullman Hotel, Aerocity, till April 22. The menu has been set by Myanmarese Chef Htun Htun Naing, who has been specially flown to India to bring authentic flavours of the delicacies of Myanmar. The chef has curated an exquisite menu and gastronomic creations that will tantalise…

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8 types of vegetarians found in India

1. What type of vegetarian are you? In India more than 40 percent people claim to be vegetarians . While for some it is a matter of personal choice, for a large number of people vegetarianism comes in varying degrees. Their being a vegetarian is conditional and sometimes these conditions are quite amusing. Have a look at the eight types of vegetarians that exist in our country. 2. Pure Vegetarians As the name suggests, they are strictly vegetarian and can’t stand anything non-veg on their platter, or can’t even walk…

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Redmi 5 vs Redmi Note 5, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi 5A: Price in India, Specifications, Features Compared

Redmi 5 also competes against its sibling Redmi Y1 in the sub-Rs. 10,000 segment HIGHLIGHTS Redmi 5 is available in India at starting price of Rs. 7,999 Redmi Note 5 Pro sports a dual rear camera setup Redmi 5A is the cheapest among the other Redmi models Xiaomi on Wednesday launched the Redmi 5 in India to once again disrupt the budget segment. The new Redmi phone has compelling features, including a thin-bezel display and selfie light. Also, there is a metal build that comes in multiple colour options to persuade customers looking for an…

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Redmi 5 vs Redmi Y1 vs Moto G5S vs Nokia 5: Price in India, Specifications Compared

Like Redmi 5, Redmi Y1 also has a selfie flash HIGHLIGHTS Only the Redmi 5 sports an 18:9 display among the lot Nokia 5 is the only one running Android 8.0 Oreo Moto G5S has a front-facing fingerprint sensor The Redmi 5 launch event saw Xiaomi launch its last major affordable smartphone in the Indian market. Like its siblings, the Redmi 5 is among the few budget smartphones that offer the new 18:9 all-screen display, and comes with three storage/ RAM variants in the country. For selfie fans, the smartphone has a selfie flash,…

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Parathas of India: 5 Types Of Parathas From Across The Country You Must Try

What would have our breakfasts and meals looked like if there were no parathasin the world? Imagine a nation full of exotic and wholesome curries and pickles with no worthy companion to team them with? Indians understood the value of breads since the beginning and therefore while they mastered the art of cooking lovely vegetable and meaty preparations, they paid no less attention to the breads that are popularly used as accompaniments to most of these curries, stews and pickles. A paratha is a wheat or flour-based flat bread that shares its origins…

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