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  • Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is a worldwide chain of hotels and resorts. The Indian Hotels Company Limited and its subsidiaries are collectively known as Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces.
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The Best of Indian Cooking (A Selection of Recipes From the Taj Group of Hotels)
The Best of Indian Cooking (A Selection of Recipes From the Taj Group of Hotels)
This book offers a representative cross-section of the various regional dishes from the fiery curries of the South to the more subtle flavors of the North. Chef Satish Arora of the Taj Mahal Hotel in Bombay has provided recipes from the South and East which Chef Arvind Saraswat has done likewise from the Northern regions. The recipes are written using standard American measures. Ingredients are generally written using their most common Engish name with an occasional reference to the glossary.

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The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower is a prestigious luxury five star hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, next to the Gateway of India. Part of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces, this iconic 105-year old heritage building retains its stature as the flagship property of the group and contains 565 rooms. From an historical and architectural point of view, The Taj Mahal Palace and the Tower are two distinct buildings, built at different times and in different architectural designs. The hotel has hosted a long list of notable guests including The Beatles, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Bill Clinton, Jacques Chirac, The King & Queen of Norway, The Duke & Duchess of Kent, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, Roger Moore, Joan Collins, Mick Jagger, Deep Purple, Michael Palin, Hillary Clinton as well as professional cricket teams on tour. According to the BBC, after the Mumbai attacks of November 2008 by Pakistani terrorists, the hotel serves as a symbol of Mumbai's and India's resilience. On 26 November 2008, in a series of terrorist attacks in Mumbai, the hotel (as well as the Oberoi) was attacked, during which material damage occurred including the destruction of the roof of the hotel in the hours afterwards. Hostages were taken during the attacks. At least 167 people were killed in the attacks and 293 wounded (the numbers include casualties at CST railway station, The Oberoi Hotel, Nariman House and the Cama Hospital), including many foreigners. The casualties were mostly Indian citizens, although westerners carrying foreign passports were singled out. Indian commandos killed the Pakistani gunmen barricaded in the hotel to end the three-day battle. The attacks began 26 November 2008 and continued for a little over 60 hours. Approximately 450 people were staying in the Taj Mahal Palace and Hotel at the time of the seizure, and another 380 in the Oberoi. The Hotel Management has announced that the hotel will be rebuilt. It will take around 12 months and INR 5 billion to repair it. The less damaged sections of the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel reopened on 21 December 2008. It will take several months to rebuilt the popular heritage section of the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. In July 2009, Hillary Clinton visited Mumbai, aiming to deepen Indo-American ties and stayed at the Taj hotel. She attended a commemoration event. "I wanted to send a message that I personally and our country is in sympathy and solidarity with the employees and the guests of the Taj who lost their lives ... with the people of Mumbai," Clinton said in an interview with India's Times Now.
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Mumbai: An Expat Information and Survival Guide
The commercial capital of India – that’s what Mumbai is. There are dreams of making it India’s Shanghai - but all that is still a long way off.

To those unfamiliar with urban India, Mumbai will seem to be huge, chaotic and polluted. This prime city is synonymous of the spirit of hope and survival. A culturally and politically vibrant city, Mumbai is a happening place - arts, music, theatre, Bollywood, celebrities and mega events are the order of the day. It is home to India’s business elite. They say ‘Mumbai never sleeps’.

This unique city guide is the ideal resource for an expatriate or NRI moving to Mumbai. Frequent visitors to Mumbai will also find the eBook valuable.Coverage includes snippets on its origin as an archipelago and metamorphosis to a bustling financial hub, infrastructure and support services for daily living needs of expats and NRIs - individuals and families.

The commercial capital of India – that’s what Mumbai is. There are dreams of making it India’s Shanghai - but all that is still a long way off.

To those unfamiliar with urban India, Mumbai will seem to be huge, chaotic and polluted. This prime city is synonymous of the spirit of hope and survival. A culturally and politically vibrant city, Mumbai is a happening place - arts, music, theatre, Bollywood, celebrities and mega events are the order of the day. It is home to India’s business elite. They say ‘Mumbai never sleeps’.

This unique city guide is the ideal resource for an expatriate or NRI moving to Mumbai. Frequent visitors to Mumbai will also find the eBook valuable.Coverage includes snippets on its origin as an archipelago and metamorphosis to a bustling financial hub, infrastructure and support services for daily living needs of expats and NRIs - individuals and families.

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