in Satya Niketan will make you feel like you are sitting in the living room from a modern day fairytale. Not many people know of this little gem, but it’s a treehouse with big windows overlooking the city - can it get any better? It’s hidden away in the back lanes which is what makes it so quiet and quaint.It’s done up in many bright colors and is full of nooks and corners to give you that privacy with him you’re always looking for. It will give you the amazing feeling that you two are safely hidden away from the whole world.India's GDP growth for the third quarter of FY2015–16 slowed down to 7.3% from 7.7% in the previous quarter.Growth in the construction sector was witnessed at 4.0% during the third quarter, up from the 1.2% growth in the previous quarter.However, looking at the popularity of these online dating websites in India, I decided to experience the ‘never before experienced’ arena myself.So I plunged into the world of dating apps, swiping men I liked right and those I didn’t like to the left — most apps have the same operating mechanism.
I am saying this because the app offers a number of games like ‘Foodie Funda’, ‘Hocus Pocus’, ‘Styletastic’ etc.
The rain Gods demand a little romance from us earthlings, after all.
Coming ahead are a couple of cute cafes in Delhi that are done just right to ensure you have a great time with your boyfriend whether you want to save, spend or splurge. If you are a book lover, you will fall in love with this cafe, tucked inside of the Oxford Book Store in C. It’s done in white and black, and is just the perfect little space to grab some quick snacks with your main man on a rainy day.
The country’s vegetarian diet is the worst affected with 84 per cent being protein deficient, while 65 per cent of Indian non-vegetarian diet New Delhi has been chosen for hosting Nexus, a US government-funded platform for enabling and encouraging startups in India as it has "all the right components" needed for such initiatives, says its director.
North Delhi to get 1.15 lakh LED streetlights from next week: At present, the civic agency is spending R 125 crore on these streetlights annually.