Food

  • Zofeen Maqsood |July 24, 2018

    The Elusive Indian Aam

    India, the world’s largest mango grower, cannot seem to crack the U.S. market.

  • Ben Bain |July 9, 2018

    Jim Beam Faces SEC Hangover After Bribery Allegations in India

    Beam Suntory Inc. has agreed to pay about $8 million for allegedly bribing government officials for years to make inroads in India's liquor business.

  • Kara Elder |June 25, 2018

    Buss Up Shut: The Caribbean Roti With a Catchy Name

    In places serving the food of Trinidad and Tobago, you're bound to find paratha, also called "buss up shut."

  • Little India Desk |June 23, 2018

    Malaysian Restaurateurs Concerned Over Govt Move to Hire Only Local Cooks

    The regulation is aimed at reducing dependence on foreign labor and ensuring the quality of the local food, Malaysian Human Resource Minister M. Kulasegaran said.

  • Little India Desk |June 22, 2018

    Trudeau Faces Flak Over India Trip Bills, Payment For Indo-Canadian Chef

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing criticism for the huge amount that the trip cost, including the $17,000 paid to fly Vancouver-based chef Vikram Vij to India.

  • Little India Desk |June 14, 2018

    Indian-Origin Celebrity Chef Fired by Dubai Hotel for Tweet Over Islam

    Atul Kochhar, who said he was deeply pained by hotel's decision, understood "the difficult position the hotel has been put in" with his now deleted tweet.

  • Little India Desk |June 13, 2018

    Indian-Origin Michelin Star Chef in Soup Over Tweet on Islam

    Atul Kochhar, the head chef at a restaurant at Dubai's JW Marriot Marquis hotel, deleted the post, and apologized for the tweet after it was criticized for being “anti-Islam.”