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    1. Parsi New Year: 7 must-try Parsi meals in Mumbai | health and fitness | Hindustan Times

      Parsi New Year: 7 must-try Parsi meals in Mumbai | health and fitness | Hindustan Times

      Parsi New Year: 7 must-try Parsi meals in Mumbai Compiled by Meenakshi Iyer, Hindustan Times | Updated: Aug 16, 2016 17:12 IST The Canteenwala menu at The Bombay Canteen Indian festivals are all about delicious food. This Parsi New Year, celebrate the day by sharing a plate of mutton dhansak or patra ni macchi at these Mumbai restaurants. The Bombay Canteen: Head to this Lower-Parel restaurant for a modern take on Parsi dishes.

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    2. The melting pot: The evolution of Parsi cuisine | more lifestyle | Hindustan Times

      The melting pot: The evolution of Parsi cuisine | more lifestyle | Hindustan Times

      The melting pot: The evolution of Parsi cuisine Kaushani Banerjee, Hindustan Times, Mumbai | Updated: Aug 12, 2016 07:38 IST Dhansak (Photo: Perzen Patel, Bawi Bride Kitchen ) Parsi cuisine comprises a medley of dishes that are as rich as the culture itself. The community settled on the coast of Gujarat after migrating from Persia. The tradition of eating stew, meats, dry fruits and nuts, draws its influences from Iranian fare.

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    3. Teacher, entrepreneur: The success story of Byju Raveendran - Hindustan Times

      Teacher, entrepreneur: The success story of Byju Raveendran - Hindustan Times

      Teacher, entrepreneur: The success story of Byju Raveendran Niharika Krishna Updated: Jul 11, 2016 21:16 IST Byju Raveendran is the founder of Byju’s Classes, an education technology firm. To continue reading, we request you to support us by disabling your Ad Blocker In order to serve content on our website, we rely on advertising revenue which helps us to ensure that we continue to serve high quality unbiased journalism.

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    4. Grofers lays off 10% of workforce, revokes fresh appointments in e-com crisis | business-news | Hindustan Times

      Grofers lays off 10% of workforce, revokes fresh appointments in e-com crisis | business-news | Hindustan Times

      Grofers lays off 10% of workforce, revokes fresh appointments in e-com crisis Sunny Sen, Hindustan Times, New Delhi | Updated: Jun 30, 2016 10:09 IST Grofers is known to take radical decisions when it comes to controlling cost. (Mint file photo) Grofers, the country’s second-largest online grocer, has decided to downsize its team by 10%, or 350 staff, as it seeks to control escalating cost. Apart from the downsizing, the company has also revoked 67 letters of appointments.

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    5. Start-down: Angels won’t tread on fools’ ventures | business | Hindustan Times

      Start-down: Angels won’t tread on fools’ ventures Sunny Sen | Updated: May 30, 2016 07:39 IST NEW DELHI: Last month, when PepperTap announced it was closing down operations, the spotlight fell on the plight of hyper-local delivery companies. After all, the Snapdeal-backed company was among the top three internet grocers in the country, and was growing at 30% to 40% every month. But cash was no longer the king.

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    6. How healthcare apps have brought the gods to earth | business | Hindustan Times

      How healthcare apps have brought the gods to earth | business | Hindustan Times

      How healthcare apps have brought the gods to earth Sunny Sen, Hindustan Times, NEW DELHI | Updated: May 02, 2016 18:42 IST Using technology, healthcare companies are changing the doctor-patient equation. (Livemint) Share Shashank ND speaks as if, deep in his heart, he wants to create the Philosopher’s Stone. The mythical stone, made famous by the first Harry Potter book, imbues its owner with immortality. Many medieval alchemists wasted their lives on creating it.

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    7. Over-the-top valuations may not make sense, but don’t brand them criminal | business | Hindustan Times

      Over-the-top valuations may not make sense, but don’t brand them criminal | business | Hindustan Times

      Over-the-top valuations may not make sense, but don’t brand them criminal Kalyan Subramani, Hindustan Times, Bengaluru | Updated: Apr 29, 2016 19:27 IST To doubt a deal just because the numbers involved don’t make apparent sense, may be contrary to the logic of venture capital investors, which may appear nonsense to so-called ‘lay people’.

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    8. ED raids Sequoia Capital’s Bengaluru office over Aircel-Maxis deal probe | business | Hindustan Times

      ED raids Sequoia Capital’s Bengaluru office over Aircel-Maxis deal probe | business | Hindustan Times

      ED raids Sequoia Capital’s Bengaluru office over Aircel-Maxis deal probe HT Correspondent, Bengaluru Updated: Apr 19, 2016 14:04 IST Logos of Aircel and Marxis. (Agency Photo) Share The Enforcement Directorate on Monday evening raided the Bangalore offices of start-up investor Sequoia Capital as part of its ongoing investigation into the Aircel-Maxis deal.

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    9. Oyo Rooms raises $100 million from Softbank, others | business | Hindustan Times

      Oyo Rooms raises $100 million from Softbank, others | business | Hindustan Times

      Oyo Rooms raises $100 million from Softbank, others Sunny Sen, Hindustan Times, New Delhi | Updated: Apr 12, 2016 12:46 IST OYO Rooms founder Ritesh Agarwal: Sitting pretty (Handout photo) Share At a time when venture capitalists and angel investors are reluctant to park their money in Indian startups, Oyo Rooms has raised $100 million in its fifth round of funding.

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    10. With Rs 300 crore in pocket, Shopclues goes shopping | business | Hindustan Times

      With Rs 300 crore in pocket, Shopclues goes shopping | business | Hindustan Times

      With Rs 300 crore in pocket, Shopclues goes shopping Sunny Sen, Hindustan Times, New Delhi | Updated: Apr 07, 2016 10:40 IST Sanjay Sethi, co-founder and CEO of ShopClues says that the company will spend around $50 million, or around Rs 300 crore to acquire companies to plug-in gaps. (Livemint) Share In the next couple of weeks, ShopClues will close its acquisition of Momoe, the wallet company.

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    11. Twitter new CEO Jack Dorsey will do well to build on platform's reach - Hindustan Times

      Twitter new CEO Jack Dorsey will do well to build on platform's reach - Hindustan Times

      If you haven’t read Nick Bilton’s Hatching Twitter yet, I recommend you immediately. In the 2013 bestseller, Bilton, a technology journalist at The New York Times, lays bare the brazen backstabbing and power struggle out of which Twitter, the social networking phenomenon, was born (wait for the TV series if you hate books).

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