FOOD

  • Have food, will share: Robin Hood Army, a group of young samaratians spreads happiness this winter by donating warm meals, blankets to the homeless 2 days ago

    Delhi: While we are busy covering ourselves in layers of warm clothes in this harsh winter in Delhi, there is a group of young Samaritans called the Robin Hood Army who are out on the streets every night ensuring that the homeless get warm food and blankets to survive. Started...
  • The food show: Renowned chef Viraf Patel shares his cooking secrets 3 days ago

    In this edition, Co-owner and chef of 'Cafe Zoe' Viraf Patel shares his cooking secrets. Viraf makes scrambled eggs, pizza and strawberry popsicle for the viewers. ...
  • Wholesale price inflation hits a zero, lowest in over five years December 15, 2014

    New Delhi: Wholesale price inflation hit a zero level in November, the lowest in about five and half years, on account of decline in prices of food, fuel and manufactured items. The Wholesale Price Index (WPI) based inflation was at 1.77 per cent in October and 7.52 per cent in November...
  • The food show: Former professional tennis player talks about her fitness secret December 14, 2014

    In this edition, Former professional tennis player Shikha Uberoi talks about her fitness mantra. She shares with us her secret about health and nutrition. ...
  • J&K: Food packets of Pakistani brand recovered from terrorists December 6, 2014

    Srinagar: A day after four separate attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, it is now clear that the terrorists were planning a sustained, coordinated operation. Network18 has accessed pictures of several food supplies recovered from the six dead terrorists in Uri, which showed that they were planning to remain entrenched for...
  • Rice dishes at KFC, Sagar Ratna unsafe, claims Delhi food safety department December 5, 2014

    New Delhi: In an analysis that could upset food lovers, the Delhi government food safety department has claimed that rice dishes served by popular restaurant chains KFC and Sagar Ratna have been found to be unsafe. The department has told the High Court that traces of harmful artificial colouring were...
  • Now, food companies looking to enter into e-commerce segment November 29, 2014

    New Delhi: With rapidly growing e-commerce business, now food companies are looking to use this platform for selling their products so that they can expand their reach and visibility, a top government official said today. Speaking at the conference on 'India Farm 2 Fork' organised by PHD Chamber, Food Processing Secretary...
  • Mumbai: BMC votes to stop builders denying flats on food preferences November 29, 2014

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has passed a resolution wherein any builder denying flats on the grounds of food preferences, caste or religion of the occupant will face action which includes revocation of development-related permissions. However, BJP, which is ruling BMC in alliance with Shiv Sena, was left isolated when...
  • WTO impasse ends, India's food security concerns taken on board November 28, 2014

    Geneva/New Delhi: Ending months-long deadlock, the WTO on Friday approved a trade facilitation pact while agreeing to India's demand for continuing the peace clause till a permanent solution is found to the food stockpiling issue, crucial for continuing food security scheme. "Until a permanent solution is agreed and adopted...(WTO) members shall...
  • Anything for curry: Woman gets a tattoo of Glasgow's famous Indian restaurant's logo, wins curry-loving dad free meals for a year! November 25, 2014

    An Indian restaurant 'Shish Mahal' in Glasgow recently posted on its Facebook page that it would give away free curries to anyone who got a tattoo of the restaurant. 30-year-old Beth Faulds decided to take the challenge for her dad who happens to be a huge curry fan and a...
  • Watch: TV foodies Rocky and Mayur bring to you 'Vital Stats of India' November 21, 2014

    TV foodies Rocky and Mayur bring Vital Stats of India, a show that talks about everything interesting in India is starting from 21st November at 9 PM. It's about facts, health, election, food, politics and every other thing one can think of. ...
  • China: 18 killed, 13 injured in fire at food packaging factory November 17, 2014

    Beijing: At least 18 people were killed and 13 injured in a massive fire at a carrot-packaging plant in China's Shandong Province, authorities said on Monday. The fire broke out at 7 pm last night at Longyuan Food Co Ltd's carrot packaging workshop in Shouguang City, one of China's major...
  • The largest 'roti' in the world weighs 64 kg! 20 unusual food related Guinness World Records that are hard to beat November 16, 2014

    Did you know the largest 'naan' in the world weighs 9.5 kg? The Guinness World Records have seen unusual large morsels of food and beverages in the last six decades. There have been record-breaking hot dogs and slices of meat that have left people amused. The record book soon became...
  • Top US trade groups laud India and US on WTO agreement November 14, 2014

    Washington: Describing the agreement between India and US to resolve the contentious food security issue at the WTO as "breakthrough", top American trade and business groups have applauded both the countries saying that, new development would boost global trade and economic growth. "Businesses worldwide applaud the news that the US and...
  • Gujarati food festival at Indian restaurant in Sydney, awaits PM Modi's arrival November 13, 2014

    CNN-IBN visits the Taj Bhavan restaurant in Sydney. Sydney is awaiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's arrival. Gujarati food festival is on at a Indian restaurant in Sydney. "We are making preparations for a traditional Gujarati thali," said a restaurant owner. ...
  • India @ 9 with Anubha Bhonsle November 13, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Anubha Bhonsle on India @ 9. ...
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories November 13, 2014

    Bullet News is CNN-IBN's non-stop prime time bulletin where we bring to you the day's top stories from around the world. Be it politics, sports, entertainment or business, catch it here, only in 30 minutes. ...
  • News 360: Burdwan blast probe trail reaches Jharkhand, NIA to visit Dhaka November 13, 2014

    The probe trail in Burdwan blast case has now reached Jharkhand. National Investigation Agency on Thursday interrogated Harun and Mohammad Hussain, the two aides of Jamaat operatives Sajid and Amjad who were arrested recently. The interrogation of these Jamaat operatives zeroed in on the names of these two individuals. ...
  • India, US reach agreement on food security to end WTO impasse November 13, 2014

    New Delhi/Washington: India on Thursday achieved a major victory with the US agreeing to its proposal on food security issues at WTO, a development that will pave the way for a breakthrough to end the three-month long stalemate. The agreement comes two days ahead of the G-20 Summit in Australia, which...
  • Retail inflation cools further to 5.52 per cent in October November 12, 2014

    New Delhi: India's annual consumer price inflation eased for a third straight month in October to 5.52 per cent, its lowest level since the government started releasing the data in 2012, data showed on Wednesday. The latest number was lower than a Reuters poll forecast of 5.80 per cent and September's...
  • Watch: 5th edition of Slow Food Fest November 4, 2014

    The fifth edition of Slow Food Fest organised in Italy was about promoting good clean and fair food for everyone. ...
  • Branded, ready-to-eat food on trains hits pricing roadblock November 2, 2014

    New Delhi: Rail travelers will have to wait for a few more days to get branded, ready-to-eat meals on their journeys as Railways and packaged food manufacturers are busy sorting out pricing issues. Flooded with complaints about the quality of the food served on trains, Railways had decided to provide ready-to-eat...
  • From 'rogan gosht' to 'gajar ka halwa': 10 traditional Indian dishes that are best enjoyed during the winter season October 30, 2014

    You know winter has arrived in India when you see heaps of groundnuts being sold on every street. Winter season in India is the best time to gorge on sweets and dishes dripping with ghee because you can always hide the kilos you pile up beneath the many layers of...
  • Junk food brands using Facebook to target young people October 26, 2014

    Melbourne: Junk food brands are engaging with young Facebook users to promote unhealthy foods which can contribute to obesity and lifestyle diseases, a new study has found. Researchers at the University of Sydney have shed light on the digital marketing strategies of energy dense, nutrient-poor food (EDNP) brands to teens...
  • Watch: 'You can tell this is a lot more pure'! This is what happens when two Dutch pranksters serve McDonald’s to organic food experts October 24, 2014

    We all have that one friend who can 'just tell' by taking a bite of a food if it's free range, or organic or gourmet. Food snobs have had their comeuppance before, but not as hilariously as this. Two Dutch pranksters cut up and rearranged a range of Mc Donald's...
  • Permanent solution on food security in WTO rules is must: India October 24, 2014

    United Nations: In a stern message, India has told the UN General Assembly that developing countries must have the freedom to use food reserves to feed the poor "without the threat of sanctions" and a permanent solution on food security with necessary changes in WTO rules is a must. "The issue...
  • Watch: Baby Twisha's mother appeals to PM Narendra Modi for help October 21, 2014

    Baby Twisha, born with an incomplete food pipe needs Rs 7.5 crore to undergo a complicated procedure in Boston to survive. Twisha has already undergone 20 surgeries but they haven't been successful. Twisha's mother appeals to PM Narendra Modi to come forward and help and shower his blessing on baby...
  • Mission Twisha: Mother collects Rs 2 crore for treatment of daughter born with incomplete food pipe October 21, 2014

    New Delhi: This Dhanteras, as you step out to buy yourself something, spare a thought for a 3-and-a-half-year-old child, who urgently needs your help. Baby Twisha, born with an incomplete food pipe needs Rs 7.5 crore to undergo a complicated procedure in Boston to survive. Twisha has already undergone 20 surgeries...
  • Mission Twisha: Mother appeals for help for 4-year-old daughter born with an incomplete food pipe October 21, 2014

    New Delhi: Baby Twisha is less than 4 years old but has already undergone 20 surgeries as she was born with an incomplete food pipe. The operation costs Rs 7.5 crore, so CNN-IBN Citizen Journalist is making an appeal to people to come forward and donate so that Baby Twisha...
  • From 'achaar ke aloo' to potato tarts and salads: 10 delicious potato dishes you may not have prepared using the humble vegetable October 20, 2014

    The essential ingredient of Indian curries, it is hard to imagine Indian dishes without potatoes. Potato wafers, French fries and potato salads have been the other areas that have exploited a potato's talent. However, there's a lot more you can do with a potato!The humble vegetable and its potential for...