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Review: Aria Restaurant, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Birmingham

As always, we were immediately and pleasantly struck by the airy and palatial grandeur of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The large swing doors open up into a large atrium. Taking it

Sorrento Lounge Restaurant in Mosely

Walking into the restaurant, one is immediately struck by just how much is going on. Overhead there are the long silver air-conditioning vents, the tables and chairs of differ

Varanasi Restaurant Reviewed by Andre

Varanasi is a strikingly decorated place wherein to dine. The cost of the refurbishment, well over a year ago now, was an estimated 4 million pounds and this is very evident b

Environment: Climate Financing is Important to Bring Sustainability

Climate change is not a new issue; it is changing constantly over geological time. But recently the rapid change of climate is becoming a serious environmental concern because

India Bangladesh Water Conflict at a Glance

The argument about the sharing of river water amongst India and Bangladesh started in 1951 when Bangladesh was the piece of Pakistan since India chose to build a dam at Farakk

Mashup Food Recipes

No offence to cookies, cakes or brownies, but they’re just so expected. Less standard is surprising dessert hybrids that combine the usual suspects in glorious ways. Here ma

Berry Butter Cake

Everyone loves cakes and here's the delicious Berry Butter cake recipe. Ingredients For the cake: 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for coating the p

Mini Burger

Almost everyone loves a burger. One can try the mini burger at home. Ingredients Used for Mini Burger: 1 lb lean (at least 80%) ground beef, 2 teaspoons

The History of Piracy in the Indian Ocean Part II

Primarily in the Indian Ocean, we can see the piracy and the means are just speedboats. It is here that conditions are ideal for seaborne robbery. There are many weak or faile

The History of Piracy in the Indian Ocean Part I

Ever since the dawn of maritime navigation, piracy means the act of taking another’s property by force in the Ocean. The invention of the route referred as, “the Indies”