Women missing in the culinary industry

Professional kitchens remain male-dominated. Gender disparity is still a major challenge in the Indian culinary industry. Jaipur: A prominent question that often crops up in professional kitchens is: Where are the women? Though women do pursue culinary courses, Indian restaurants and kitchens are seen to be male-dominated. Research shows that men make up for 80-90 […]

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Tiffin Services grow during the Pandemic

People running tiffin services are helping Covid patients by providing nutritious food.  Jaipur: Tiffin services have seen a boom during this time,  as COVID-19 patients are home quarantined and are not able to cook for themselves.  Arpit Garg from Amrit Dham tiffin services delivers tiffins to Covid-19 patients isolated at home. ,   He said, […]

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Second Wave of Covid disrupts Coaching Classes

Coaching institutes are again witnessing a fall in students attending tuition classes. Bengaluru: As cases rise with the second wave of Covid-19 and final exams are cancelled, coaching classes and home tutoring see a decline in the number of students.   Home tutors are in a dilemma about continuing classes. Deviraja, a home tutor from […]

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Differently-Abled Can’t Access Metro Washrooms

Washrooms for the differently-abled people at various metro stations remain inaccessible as most of them are locked or are unhygienic. Bangalore: Washrooms for the differently-abled people at Rajajinagarmetro station and many other stations remain locked. The washrooms are either not maintained properly or lack the basic infrastructure. This makes it difficult for differently-abled people to […]

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Physically challenged citizens still wait to board the bus

Differently-abled people do not have complete access to public buses because the buses are not built keeping them in mind. Bangalore: Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) buses in the state are still not fully accessible to differently-abled people. Out of 77 KSRTC bus stations in the state, only […]

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Trekking Companies See a Boost Post Lockdown

Travelers choose to get away after the ease of restrictions. Jaipur: Trekking companies are seeing a surge in their clients after government eased travelling restrictions.Trekking has emerged as a safe option for  people who want to travel solo or in private groups. Gaurav, an employee of Riding Solo Company said, “During the lockdown we were […]

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Food Catering Businesses Hit Rock Bottom due to Covid-19

Food catering businesses in Jaipur are finding it difficult to recover from losses post lockdown. Jaipur: Food catering orders have reduced due to a decrease in social events and weddings in the city. Several caterers have not re-opened their businesses even after ease of restrictions.  Narendra Singh from Ambika Caterers said their business is still […]

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