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Unwind at this roomy tea house in Bandra
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Unwind at this roomy tea house in Bandra

Prev By Krutika Behrawala | Posted 2 hours Sip unusual teas with saffron and curry leaves and pair them with interesting nibbles as you unwind with a book or play a game of chess at this roomy tea house in Bandra Step into the Brooke Bond ... Mid Day, 2 weeks ago

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Choosing the best builders Saffron Walden

If you want to undertake a project around the house, you will need the right people for the job. Builders Saffron Walden can offer a number of solutions, but you must learn more about the decorators Saffron Walden before you commit to them. If ...
 Press Release Ping1 month ago Decorators Saffron Walden that save money  Press Release Ping1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Weighty issues: Bihar elevators not for fat people, says Lalu on Amit Shah's lift fiasco

BJP President Amit Shah and three other senior party leaders were trapped inside a lift of the state guest house in Patna for around 40 minutes, an incident which triggered a blame game between the saffron party and the Nitish Kumar government which ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Weighty issues: How Amit Shah's elevator ride became the biggest political fight in Bihar  First Post.com2 weeks ago Amit Shah trapped inside lift for 40 minutes, govt says due to overloading  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Amit Shah Trapped Inside Lift, Nitish Attributes it to Overloading  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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The Hindu

Red fades to saffron in Kerala

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu MARCHING AHEAD There has been a rise in Hindu religiosity, on the lines of the Christian and Muslim revivalist movements that accompanied the remittance-fuelled affluence of these communities.
 The Hindu1 week ago
Indian Express

Azam Khan remark on UP Governor sparks war of words

The bill, which has been sent to the Raj Bhavan for approval, was passed by the House in last budget session in March. Azam Khan. Samajwadi Party and BJP MLAs traded barbs over Governor Ram Naik in the state Assembly on Wednesday with ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

Rear View: When India did not shine

The BJP — and the Congress — were caught off-guard by Vajpayee's defeat in 2004. the saffron party was relying on the enormous respect the country had for Vajpayee, even among those who were totally opposed to the BJP . As thefirst general ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

A Timeless Blend

Nestled in a restored bungalow, a new tea house charms with its old-world ambience and homegrown blends of the classic Indian beverage. Tea served in handcrafted cups. Kashmir Saffron, Jaipur Royal, Goan Bliss and Malabari Vanilla Coconut: it is ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
Livemint.com

Lounge Reviews | Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House, Serendipity and Le Kitchen Gallery,Mumbai

BROOKE BOND TAJ MAHAL TEA HOUSE With its gloriously sunlit patio, large archways and colonial furniture, the Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House will make you forget youre actually in metropolitan Mumbai—the only reminders are the trendy chai ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
Zaman

International documentary festival in Safranbolu awaits submissions

Turkey's annual Altın Safran ( Golden Saffron ) International Documentary competition and Festival will accept submissions for its 2015 edition until Sept. 9, organizers said on Monday. Billed by its organizers as Turkey's oldest documentary ...
 Zaman2 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Why do Modi and Sonia avoid the press?

  Since Modi is walking a tightrope between two worlds -- one of the saffron brotherhood and the other of the proposed smart cities and bullet trains -- it is understandable why he is averse to scrutiny lest he loses his balance by tilting too heavily on one side or the other. But, why has Sonia Gandhi acquired the reputation of a sphinx, asks Amulya Ganguli. It is a tell-tale feature of the present times that two of India';s most important political figures -- Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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