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‘Baba ka Dhaba’ owner starts a new restaurant in south Delhi, Indian and Chinese on the menu

Prasad, his wife, Badaami Devi, and their son, Azad Hind, inaugurated their new restaurant in Malviya Nagar a few hundred metres from their roadside eatery that the couple ran for decades

The owner of the Baba ka Dhaba Kanta Prasad.(AN)
The owner of the Baba ka Dhaba Kanta Prasad.(AN)
Updated on Dec 22, 2020 11:13 AM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByKarn Pratap Singh

Owner of popular eatery ‘Baba ka Dhaba’ opens new restaurant in Delhi

Tushant Adlakha, a social worker who also works with Prasad, said the restaurant will start functioning from Wednesday.

80-year-old Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi, couple and co-owners of 'Baba Ka Dhaba', pose for photographs at their eatery, at Malviya Nagar in New Delhi.(PTI)
80-year-old Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi, couple and co-owners of 'Baba Ka Dhaba', pose for photographs at their eatery, at Malviya Nagar in New Delhi.(PTI)
Published on Dec 21, 2020 08:19 PM IST
New Delhi, Delhi | ByPress Trust of India | Posted by Shivani Kumar

Long-term sexual relation based on promise of marriage can’t be involuntary, says Delhi HC

Justice Vibhu Bakhru said it is difficult to accept that continuing with an intimate relationship, which also involves engaging in sexual activity over a significant period of time, can be construed as involuntary.

The single judge bench was hearing the appeal of a woman who had challenged the acquittal of a man who she claimed had raped her on the pretext of marriage and later deserted her.(HT Archive)
The single judge bench was hearing the appeal of a woman who had challenged the acquittal of a man who she claimed had raped her on the pretext of marriage and later deserted her.(HT Archive)
Updated on Dec 17, 2020 09:40 AM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByRicha Banka

Baba ka Dhaba row: Case of cheating filed against YouTube ‘influencer’

The eatery, Baba ka Dhaba, run by Prasad, shot to fame last month after Wasan highlighted how Prasad could run out of business because his customers were staying away due to the coronavirus disease.

New Delhi: 80-year-old Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi, couple and co-owners of 'Baba Ka Dhaba', pose for photographs at their eatery, at Malviya Nagar in New Delhi.(PTI)
New Delhi: 80-year-old Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi, couple and co-owners of 'Baba Ka Dhaba', pose for photographs at their eatery, at Malviya Nagar in New Delhi.(PTI)
Updated on Nov 07, 2020 03:44 AM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By

Feel-good Baba ka Dhaba tale takes unsavoury turn

What began as a feel-good story about the internet and its social media Samaritans coming out to support a small local business has turned into a criminal investigation -- with a dash of alleged financial irregularity, and ostensibly a pinch of social media rivalry.

Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi next to their dhaba in Malviya Nagar.(PTI)
Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi next to their dhaba in Malviya Nagar.(PTI)
Updated on Nov 03, 2020 08:12 AM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By
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