New tourism policy will have the taste of food

cusineNew tourism policy will have the taste of food
The new tourism policy 2015, expected to be announced in May, will have several measures to develop the market for culinary tourism to India. “We have made our recommendations to the Union Ministry of Tourism to popularise our cuisine across the world.
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India must follow Brazil’s example in battling ultra-processed food
This is a terrific first step in reducing the consumption of foods that are likely to seriously harm Indian children’s health in the future. But India’s nutritionists and paediatricians have called for more aggressive responses to tackle the diabetes …
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Free-Flow Lobster and Surprisingly Good Indian Food at Café Cha
The lobsters are good, but the biggest surprise of the visit was the selection of Indian dishes. As soon as we entered the buffet area our noses caught the rich scent of spices and we were drawn to a counter where a chef was liberally applying butter …
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