Delicacies prepared from 5,000 kg of chicken were up for grabs ? all for free ? at an Old Delhi market.
HT City’s series on regional communities that give the Capital its cosmopolitan character.
I don’t eat out a lot when I am in Delhi. But when I do it is nearly always for lunch and usually work-related. Here’s a list of the places Vir Sanghvi
repeatedly visits. Read on.
We take a look at some cold refreshments to enjoy on a hot afternoon
Undivided India had three fashion frontiers in Lahore, Calcutta and Bombay. But that was till the mid-1930s. As the new Capital of British India and driven by its English lifestyle, new Delhi soon emerged as the country’s fashion destination. Manoj Sharma
writes. In vogue
The 1930s saw Delhi women acquiring a whole new lifestyle. Upper-class women would keep themselves abreast of the latest trends in global fashion through magazines like Women & Home. Manoj Sharma writes.
You don’t need to go to five star hotels any longer to get great, authentic food. The cooking at the Capital’s stand-alone restaurants is in the same league. Vir Sanghvi
If food fosters global understanding, Delhi restaurants are doing their bit — diplomats have a place to go when they feel like a slice of home. Pramit Pal Chaudhuri writes.