IPL 2019: Now You Can Order Food on Swiggy From Within The Hotstar App, While Watching Cricket

This surely has to be a first of its kind partnership. Food ordering and delivery platform Swiggy has tied up with streaming service Hotstar for this IPL 2019 season. Cricket fans streaming the match on Hotstar will be able to now order food without having to leave the Hotstar app during the match stream. Swiggy POP, Swiggy’s curated single-serve meals from top restaurants in your neighbourhood, is being integrated within the Hotstar app. The feature will be available on Android and iOS devices. This comes after Swiggy analysed the data…

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What is Caviar and where can you use it to order food?

It’s everywhere, and it’s amazing. There are so many restaurants and cafes and places to choose from, but what’s even more amazing is that in many cities you can just order food from these joints and eat from the comfort of your own home. All you have to do is use an app like Caviar. It lets you order meals from popular local restaurants across the US. Here’s what you need to know about it. What is Caviar? Caviar is an on-demand food delivery startup owned by Square. It’s available…

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Vande Mataram now mandatory in Tamil Nadu schools, offices: Madras HC passes order

The Madras HC passed an order, today, making singing of Vande Mataram mandatory in Tamil Nadu schools, government offices, private entities and industries. Madras High Court makes Vande Mataram mandatory in schools and offices The Madras High Court (HC) passed an order, today, making singing of Vande Mataram mandatory in Tamil Nadu schools, government offices, private entities and industries. Justice M V Muralidharan said that while schools must sing it at least once a week either on Monday or Friday, the national song must be crooned in offices once a…

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President Donald Trump’s first executive order called a “bomb” by one health care expert

Donald Trump’s first order of business as president was to sign an executive order instructing federal agencies to relieve the “burdens” of the Affordable Care Act. The vague language of the action left many wondering what implications this has for consumers, doctors, hospitals and insurers. The primary purpose of the order appeared to be the elimination of the insurance mandate: This provision of the ACA requires all Americans to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty. The mandate was written into the law, however, so an executive order cannot exactly repeal that provision. But…

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New study provides food carbon footprint pecking order

The greenhouse gas emissions dataset by researchers at Lancaster University and RMIT University and will help consumers and catering firms calculate the environmental impact of the fresh food they eat and the menus they serve. The new research suggests altering our eating habits for the good of the environment. Dr Stephen Clune, of Lancaster University, and colleagues from RMIT, in Melbourne, have identified a clear greenhouse gas emissions hierarchy emerging across food categories. Grains, fruit and vegetables were found to have the lowest impact, followed by nuts and pulses. Chicken…

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