Posts by: Shubham Bhatia

-October 25, 2019

Private CNG cars being refused exemption during the odd-even scheme will discourage motorists from opting for the cleaner fuel, according to experts As the odd-even rationing scheme is set to be rolled out during November 4-15, the Delhi government has decided to not exempt over five lakh CNG-run vehicles in the Capital city — while […]

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-October 25, 2019

OYO hotels, sold as cheap and better options, are also beset with sub-standard services, cancelled bookings and weak customer service Cancelled bookings, deficient service, refund delays – these are, some of the problems which have constituted to showcase another reality of OYO. It’s the world’s third largest hotel chain and a $10 billion enterprise in […]

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-October 25, 2019

Great décor, a spread of regional cuisines and soothing music make this new restaurant in Gurugram’s Ardee Mall a treat to visit What’s music got to do with food? How much does a playlist matter in a restaurant? Well, a lot if the food is not good. In the case of Maachis — Houseful of […]

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-October 11, 2019

At Sadar Bazaar, there is no sign of the new product which is supposed to lead to lower levels of chemical emissions on Diwali As Delhi braces to cope with its ever worsening air quality levels, the Union Health Ministry is promoting green crackers, which the ministry claims will reduce dust and smoke caused by […]

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-October 11, 2019

Bloggers have transformed into brand endorsers and are able to rake in some money in the process – a big step up from getting only barter deals Till 2010, Shalini Chopra, a computer engineer by profession, was busy crunching numbers in the corporate sector. Until she started her own blog by the name Stylish by […]

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-October 4, 2019

Those who are Under 25 can drink alcohol but it can’t be sold to them, says a surprising new ruling by the Delhi High Court. In bars, no questions are asked It is 2 in the afternoon as the sun is ablaze with all its power. The area is Hauz Khas Village, a place known […]

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-September 27, 2019

Trees in New Friends Colony and Sarojini Nagar have survived only because of the activism of concerned citizens As the whole world talks about Greta Thunberg for shedding light on the risks posed by climate change, we take a closer look at two colonies in south Delhi, where two individuals with the help of various […]

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-September 27, 2019

The Safarnama app helps tourists discover lesser-known monuments along with a peep into history It’s an uneventful evening at Jama Masjid area in New Delhi. Shoulder-to-shoulder is an understatement, as pedestrians walk purposefully towards their destinations. This is where the phone’s Safarnama app gives an alert that there is a heritage point within a 100-metre […]

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