Breakfast of Champions: Things You Should Have Heard About

  • Mahender Singh Dhoni

    Employees of the newly inaugurated outlet of Starbucks work at a counter in Mumbai. Starbucks inaugurated its first store in India in a building in ...

  • Starbucks

    Employees of the newly inaugurated outlet of Starbucks work at a counter in Mumbai. Starbucks inaugurated its first store in India in a building in ...

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    Staff are pictured behind the counter of India's first newly-inaugurated Starbucks outlet in Mumbai. AFP/Punit Paranjpe

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    Starbucks Coffee Company's chairman Howard Schultz speaks as vice chairman of Tata Global Beverages RK Krishnakumar watches during a news conference at the country's first ...

  • Howard Schultz

    Starbucks Coffee Company's chairman Howard Schultz speaks as vice chairman of Tata Global Beverages RK Krishnakumar watches during a news conference at the country's first ...

  • Starbucks Coffee, Howard Schultz

    Starbucks Coffee mugs are on display at India's first newly-inaugurated Starbucks outlet in Mumbai. AFP/Punit Paranjpe

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    Staff work behind the counter of India's first newly-inaugurated Starbucks outlet in Mumbai. Starbucks, the world's biggest coffee chain, launched its first Indian outlet in ...

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    An employee of the newly inaugurated outlet of Starbucks stands at the store in Mumbai. Starbucks inaugurated its first store in India in a building ...

Surely, you would've heard about these things by now...

Love it
Diwali. Yes, we can smell it. And yes, it’s okay to indulge!
Coffee lovers get another hotspot to caffeine-it-up.
Tiny surprises. Like that packet of Fatafat. Or that generous piece of bitter chocolate pastry.
Muskaanein jhoothi hain. Who else but Javed Akhtar could have written words so haunting. We love Talaash already.
Saina Nehwal’s Denmark win gives us a reason to celebrate!

Shove it
Romance will never be the same, without you. RIP Yash Chopra...
The hippest airline bids adieu
Celebrity bodyguards telling you not to get in the way. In your office!
The Indian version of High School Musical. Or was it Riverdale High?
Life expectancy inversely proportionate to TV viewing. (We’re mentally throwing TV sets at this study.)

From HT Brunch, October 28

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