DESPITE the mushrooming of a number of fast-food joints across the country and the onslaught of pizza chains in every nook and cranny of India, there is no denying the fact that nothing gives Indians the same spicy flavour as does the Indian street food.
Trailing the footsteps of global oil companies, IndianOil has decided to enter the retail business at 2,000 of its 16,455 retail outlets and is planning to partner with existing retailers, such as Apollo, Subhiksha, Crossword and Cafe Coffee Day.
One of India\'s oldest and most reputed high-quality pure vegetarian restaurant chain, Aryaas, is all set to open shortly its first of five franchisee outlets being planned in the capital city of Doha.
Britain\'s coffee chain Costa Coffee is eyeing massive expansion across the country. The international chain, which entered India in September 2005 through a master franchisee tie-up with Devyani International, has long-term plans to open 300 outlets in t
Victorinox, makers of the legendary Swiss Army knife, has recently setup its subsidiary in India. Besides Mumbai, Victorinox India\'s country headquarter, the company has offices in Bangalore and Delhi at present