Monday, 17 January, 2022

Topic: Restaurant

Another viral video shows Pakistani elite culture’s problems with restaurant staff

Pakistan’s elite have made the headlines yet again after a 'human rights activist' lashed out at the chef of a Karachi-based restaurant.

Would you eat indoors at a restaurant? We asked 5 health experts

Four said no – and one had a surprising answer.

Delhi’s The Big Chill celebrates 20 yrs and owes it all to a love story that began in Rwanda

Multiple outlets and a pandemic later, The Big Chill restaurant chain is as homey and familiar as ever, which is why it has survived, say the owners.

Americans are rallying behind their Chinese restaurants after early Covid backlash

Awareness campaigns have encouraged Americans to support their local Asian restaurants. But many owners say the decision to close was due to in-house safety concerns.

Why eating out will look totally different after the lockdown

Restaurants are among the hardest-hit in the pandemic and they will face major hurdles in getting customers comfortable coming back.

Want to find a good restaurant in any city? Economists can help

When you combine economic theory with data from online restaurant ratings, you get a few simple strategies that help you find a decent restaurant in unfamiliar places.

Patron loyalty, ‘police nexus’ — how capital’s hookah scene is thriving despite ban

The serving of hookah is banned in Delhi but regular customers and an unwritten code have helped restaurants overcome it.

Sushi with Sonia, Litti with Lalu: Where and what politicians are eating in New Delhi

Politicians in Delhi are no longer choosing only 5-star hotels for dining out, stand-alone niche restaurants are now the place to go politician spotting.

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Was Djokovic a health risk in Australia? What did the country’s govt gain from his deportation

A federal court in Australia Sunday upheld the government’s decision to revoke the tennis player's visa, ending a 10-day saga in on the issue.

India adds to billionaires’ list, even as Covid worsens poverty in country, says Oxfam report

According to the global Oxfam Davos report of 2022, India added 40 billionaires to 142 last year during Covid crisis, whose combined fortune is more than the poorest of the population.


File photo of Indian and Chinese troops disengaging from the banks of the Pangong lake area in eastern Ladakh | ANI

These Chinese fears about India ‘choking’ key road are holding up Hot Springs disengagement

A 13-hour meeting of Indian and Chinese military commanders held last week ended without an agreement, and further talks are expected to be held.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Read my lips, I’m hurting, says Pakistan’s National Security Policy. What it means for India

The new policy is mostly chaff, but it reveals the most inward-looking Pakistan in 3 decades. It needs breathing space, and is realising loss of stature and friendship with US.