San Diego, CA, June 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Readers who wish to spice up their eating out experience & aren’t afraid to try something ‘different’ must know that there is no dearth of unusual restaurants in India that are far from anything ordinary & boring. Avid travelers & die-hard foodies must especially read the article on the Top Ten List of Unusual Restaurants in India in this issue of Business Review India. Besides this, get travelling tidbits about Sri Lanka, the latest advancements in business and tips to make the most out of social networking sites.
Also in this edition, there’s a detailed piece on India’s $35 tablet computer which could easily be the next big thing in the world of computing. The country’s own iPad, called Sakshat, is nothing but a bundle of power performance that makes heavy duty gadgets look downright overpriced. After giving the world the cheapest car, the Tata Nano, at $2, 000 or Rs. 1 lakh, it is hardly surprising that the government emerged victorious in this endeavor.
Read the June issue of Business Review India, here
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