- GST Bill in Rajya Sabha this week, Jaitley to discuss amendments with state finance ministers
- Narsingh Yadav fails dope test, Rio 2016 Olympics participation under threat
- AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan arrested for threatening a woman
- Kin of missing AN-32 passengers, crew: Across the country, they wait for word, hoping and praying
- Kashmir unrest: Of 317 with pellet injuries in action by CRPF, over 50% have been hit in eye
There are now a multitude of coffee makers available in India. I recently purchased a very nifty, retro looking Espresso machine that has an old-style pressure gauge and toggle switches. One can now whip up a perfectly professional espresso shot, with the crema on top, within seconds at home.
If grinding your own beans and labouring over a stove is not your idea of fun, you can always pop into an international café recently opened with great fanfare in India. Just be warned that no self-respecting coffee snob would be caught dead in a Starbucks.
- Article 370 was honoured in the breach and the autonomy promised to J&K has been chipped away from time to time
- Violence against Dalits is not something that began in past two years as the tenor of debate in Parliament
- Arvind Kejriwal is uncomfortable with anyone with a mind of his own.
- Not just the Arunachal switch but the choice of Sheila Dikshit for the UP are warnings to the BJP
- Gujarat unrest shows while Dalit lives have improved, conflict has increased
- Zakir Naik is ‘protected’ as an Indian citizen but he considers himself a Muslim first