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IN THE Eighties, when eating out was really not quite in, the late T.R. Varadrajan and Ashok Karumbaya opened Indiana Fast Foods. And Bangalore had its first "taste of America". Twenty-two years later, the restaurant is still a favourite of many ...
SURYANI ARTS and Crafts Emporium, at Manipal Centre recently joined the list of numerous handicrafts in Bangalore. This showroom however, boasts of an awesome collection of artefacts and more. It not only sells handicrafts, but has also been ...
Confused by a fortnight of high-tech hype about mobile phone options? If you want to make sense of the confusing scenario, read on.
For the health-conscious people of Bangalore, a stop at Ganesh Fruit Juice Centre is a must. You can pour a couple of glasses down your throat safely, without having to worry about quality.
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