Anoothi Vishal's book Business on a Platter busts food industry myths for aspiring restaurateurs in India
In her new book Business on a Platter, Anoothi Vishal discusses food business and audience behaviour in India, and presents a handy guidebook for people looking to open a restaurant.
Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! worked wonders as the ideal escapist film that both generations needed at a time when the country was going through a turmoil at a macro level.
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Arun Jaitley opts out of Modi cabinet, why Chelsea needs Europa League title, Salman Khan's rant; today's top stories
From Arun Jaitley opting out of Narendra Modi's new cabinet, to Salman Khan's rant on Priyanka Chopra, and why Chelsea needs to Europa League final; here are today's top stories
On Babri Masjid demolition anniversary, exploring post-liberalisation Hindutva, through the lens of cinema
The Babri Masjid demolition itself did not apparently leave a mark on film although the subsequent riots did, notably in Mani Ratnam’s Bombay (1995)
Kisan Kranti Yatra: Low income major cause of agrarian distress, but is higher MSP solution to farmers' woes?
The low income and income disparity are a major cause of the agrarian distress, leading to farmers’ suicides and youngsters leaving farming.
The RCEP aims at liberalising norms for trade in goods and services and boost investment among 16-member countries.
Paul Krugman at News18's Rising India Summit says nation has emerged as a super power, but govt shouldn't have heavy hand on economy
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Saturday said India has marched even countries like Japan and the progress it has achieved is 30 years is extraordinary.
Manmohan Singh says process of economic reforms still incomplete, fresh thinking needed to design new policy
Manmohan Singh said the process of economic reforms was "still incomplete" and that a "fresh thinking" was needed
As the nation marks the 25th anniversary of the economic reforms this month, here are 13 charts that will help you find out how the country moved