iPhone 8 Bezel-Less Display Tipped by Leaked Dummy Unit, Cases, and Screen Protector

iPhone 8 rumours refuse to die down even though the device is still months away. The smartphone is expected to have gone into mass production, and therefore leaks have started to come out in full force. Today’s bout of leaks bring a dummy unit which is then compared to the iPhone 7; Olixar cases for the iPhone 8 which are already up for pre-order, as well as a screen protector that flaunts the bezel-less design apart from the top cut-out for sensors and front camera.

The first leak is in the form of an iPhone 8 dummy unit, with videos as well as photos shared by Shai Mizrachi and published by 9to5Mac. The dummy unit corroborates previous leaks with a bezel-less display at the front, no Home Button, a new function area, a vertical dual camera setup at the back, and a wider, taller metal frame. The power button on the right edge is a bit elongated than the one seen on iPhones now. At the bottom edge, there are dual speaker grilles, and the Lightning Port is in the middle. Shai Mizrachi has also shared a video showing the iPhone 8 from all angles, and you can see it below.

iPhone 8 Bezel-Less Display Tipped by Leaked Dummy Unit, Cases, and Screen Protector

Separately, case maker Olixar has started selling iPhone 8 cases which it claims are very accurate. The cases are being sold on MobileFun, and it claims that it has created them using “information and schematics they’ve acquired through their factories and contacts in the far east,” reports 9to5Mac. The cases show all the same things as the dummy unit, albeit in a more polished manner, and Olixar guarantees that it will fit the iPhone 8.

Olixar has also listed a screen protector for the iPhone 8 on MobileFun, pretty much cementing the arrival of the almost bezel-less display. The sensors on top are for the front camera, ear mic, and probably the rumoured infrared sensor, and the protector is up for pre-order on MobileFun. A video of the screen protector has also been shared bySlashLeaks.

 

Mumbai’s Real Estate Launches Dip By 24% In January To March: Survey

Mumbai: The real estate project launches in Mumbai dropped by 24 per cent in the first quarter of 2017, a recent survey said.

Launches dropped by 24 per cent at 4,900 units against 6,500 a year ago, a study conducted by the property consultancy firm Colliers International found.

The trend may continue for a short term as developers are adjusting to the new Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA) rules, it said.

Mumbai's Real Estate Launches Dip By 24% In January To March: Survey

“The developers have been selling projects and units based on the marketing plan and layouts, and super built-up areas often represent a loading on the nature of amenities a project offers. Since the FSI norms and rules have been differed from sale plan and chargeable areas of projects, it is posing a challenge for developers,” Colliers International Executive Director, Office Services and Investment Sales, Ravi Ahuja said.

Developers now have to upload on website all sanctioned and approved plans and the buyer can do diligence and be privy to artificial mark-ups in such super built-up areas that sometimes go as much as 40-60 per cent higher than carpet area.

“There is hesitation of under-construction projects sold prior to RERA to follow RERA rules,” Ahuja added.

The rules stipulate that all new under-construction projects must register with the authority by July 31, 2017.

After that date, developers without registration won’t be allowed to advertise or sell projects in the market.

“With the RERA becoming a reality now, it is important for developers to prepare for the changes promptly. The change in the real estate cycle may act as an entry barrier for small players and speculators. We believe improved project planning will help developers avoid delays and manage project funds efficiently,” Colliers International Senior Associate Director, Research, Surabhi Arora said.

 

iPhone 8 Bezel-Less Display Tipped by Leaked Dummy Unit, Cases, and Screen Protector

iPhone 8 rumours refuse to die down even though the device is still months away. The smartphone is expected to have gone into mass production, and therefore leaks have started to come out in full force. Today’s bout of leaks bring a dummy unit which is then compared to the iPhone 7; Olixar cases for the iPhone 8 which are already up for pre-order, as well as a screen protector that flaunts the bezel-less design apart from the top cut-out for sensors and front camera.

iPhone 8 Bezel-Less Display Tipped by Leaked Dummy Unit, Cases, and Screen Protector

The first leak is in the form of an iPhone 8 dummy unit, with videos as well as photos shared by Shai Mizrachi and published by 9to5Mac. The dummy unit corroborates previous leaks with a bezel-less display at the front, no Home Button, a new function area, a vertical dual camera setup at the back, and a wider, taller metal frame. The power button on the right edge is a bit elongated than the one seen on iPhones now. At the bottom edge, there are dual speaker grilles, and the Lightning Port is in the middle. Shai Mizrachi has also shared a video showing the iPhone 8 from all angles, and you can see it below.

Separately, case maker Olixar has started selling iPhone 8 cases which it claims are very accurate. The cases are being sold on MobileFun, and it claims that it has created them using “information and schematics they’ve acquired through their factories and contacts in the far east,” reports 9to5Mac. The cases show all the same things as the dummy unit, albeit in a more polished manner, and Olixar guarantees that it will fit the iPhone 8.

Olixar has also listed a screen protector for the iPhone 8 on MobileFun, pretty much cementing the arrival of the almost bezel-less display. The sensors on top are for the front camera, ear mic, and probably the rumoured infrared sensor, and the protector is up for pre-order on MobileFun. A video of the screen protector has also been shared bySlashLeaks.

iPhone 8 is also tipped to sport an OLED display, a fast A11 chip, wireless charging, and better waterproofing.

 

Volkswagen To Offer 19 SUVs Worldwide By 2020

Volkswagen has been at looking at streamlining its product portfolio across the globe and now we see it usher in a new generation of cars altogether. The new generation of the Polo hatchback was recently unveiled in Berlin with a public debut expected at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was at this event that Dr. Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Volkswagen Brand Board of Management talked about some of the future products that Volkswagen are expected to bring to the table.

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The focus of the company will now shift to making SUVs and that focus has been shifted thanks to global trends. The company currently offers 4 SUVs across global markets – Tiguan, Touareg, Atlas and the Tiguan AllSpace. Sadly India gets only one of these – the Tiguan but there are more coming our way. We’ve already said that SUVs are a global trend and Volkswagen is getting on the bandwagon. According to Diess, “Volkswagen will be looking to take the tally of its SUVs to 19 by 2020and it’ll all start with the T-Roc which will be launched later this year.”

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From a portfolio of 4, Volkswagen plans to expand it to 19 in just 3 years and that’s ambitious for sure.  Diess explains that by 2020, 40 per cent of the market offering from the Volkswagen stable will be SUVs. The T-Roc will be the first among the others to hit the market.The VW T-Roc will join the line-up below  the Tiguan. It will be based on the versatile MQB platform and Volkswagen target audience are customers who want practicality and a raised ride height. Expect the petrol and diesel engines to be similar to the ones in the Golf. So, a 113bhp 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol, 1.5-litre TSI Evo petrol, and 1.6-litre & 2.0-litre diesel engines. Likely to be offered with front- and four-wheel drive, the VW T-ROC’s choice of gearboxes will include a six-speed manual and seven-speed DSG automatic.The Volkswagen T-Roc will be launched globally this year

We can’t wait to know what cars Volkswagen has in store for India and considering that our country is taking a liking to SUVs and in fact the segment is doing very well. This would certainly be an opportune time to get some cars to India and the Tiguan is a good beginning. Considering that the T-Roc will prove to be expensive to make in India (as we’ve already told you about the new-gen Polo) but we wait for Volkswagen to do the math and well, bring the car here.

 

Andy Murray stunned by Jordan Thompson as seeds fall at Queen’s Club

Andy Murray suffered one of the most embarrassing defeats of his career as the world number one slumped to a stunning Queen’s Club first-round defeat by Australia’s Jordan Thompson on Tuesday.

Murray was hoping to warm up for his Wimbledon title defence by winning the Queen’s title for a sixth time, but instead he succumbed to an astonishing 7-6 (7/4), 6-2 exit against the world number 90.

The 30-year-old’s loss was all the more remarkable because Thompson was only called up to face Murray at the last minute.

Andy Murray

Murray was scheduled to face Aljaz Bedene, but he withdrew with a wrist injury just hours before Tuesday’s match, leaving Thompson, who was at the west London venue as an alternate after losing in the qualifying rounds, to scramble to get ready for his unexpected date with destiny.

With the Queen’s champion well below his best, 23-year-old Thompson seized his opportunity in memorable fashion and handed Murray his earliest exit from the tournament since 2012.

“It’s a big blow for sure. It’s not ideal obviously,” said Murray, who has failed to get past the second round in three of his last four tournaments.

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“He was better than me. I didn’t create loads of chances and didn’t return particularly well.

“If I play like that, I certainly won’t win Wimbledon.”

The shock loss ended Murray’s 14-match winning streak on grass and his 10-match unbeaten run at Queen’s.

 

After reaching the French Open semi-finals to raise hopes that he was finally back on track following a poor first half of the season, Murray will head to Wimbledon, which starts on July 3, with fresh doubts about the state of his game.

“Andy’s the world number one. I’ve looked up to him. That’s definitely the biggest win of my career,” Thompson said.

“I was sitting around hoping to get a match. I got in the draw and I’m so lucky to be here.”

Murray’s downfall left Queen’s without the top three seeds as world number three Stan Wawrinka and world number six Milos Raonic also crashed out.

Wawrinka was beaten 7-6 (7/4) 7-5 by Spain’s Feliciano Lopez in the Swiss star’s first match since being thrashed by Rafael Nadal in the French Open final.

“I’m really sad to have lost. I would have liked more matches here,” Wawrinka said.

“There’s still a lot of work to do physically and on my game, to be in a better place on grass.”

Raonic finished as Queen’s and Wimbledon runner-up last year, but the Canadian’s hopes of another strong showing on grass were wrecked by Australian wildcard Thanasi Kokkinakis’s 7-6 (7/5), 7-6 (10/8) triumph.

“I was just a little too passive. I was letting him dictate too much,” Raonic said.

“Obviously the disappointment is high right now.”

 

Meltdown

So far this year, Murray has been mired in a major slump by his sky-high standards after battling shingles, an elbow injury and the flu.

Even so, no one saw this meltdown coming.

Thompson has never won a Tour title, while Murray has 45, including three Grand Slams, to his credit.

But, while Thompson might not have Murray’s glittering trophy cabinet, the 23-year-old was already up to speed on grass after reaching the final of the Surbiton Challenger last week.

And in his first match since losing to Wawrinka on the Paris clay, Murray looked all at sea.

Thompson was showing impressive serve and volley prowess and, with Murray lacking focus and fluency, the Australian took advantage to steal the first set tie-break.

When Murray squandered three break points at the start of the second set, Thompson’s confidence rose even further.

He out-witted the Wimbledon champion in a long rally to break in the fifth game, then landed the knockout blow with another break before finishing off the bewildered Murray.

 

 

 

Average package of Rs 22 lakh for ISB students, 1,113 job offers made by international, domestic hirers

About 1,113 job offers were made to students of the Indian School of Business (ISB) at its annual placements, with an average salary of around Rs 22 lakh. There was a 39% increase in the number of recruiters participating in the current placements at ISB’s Hyderabad and Mohali campuses. A total of 400 domestic and international companies made the offers to students of the postgraduate programme in management (PGP), class of 2017.

Regulars included McKinsey & Co, BCG, Parthenon, AT Kearney, Apple, Microsoft, Citibank, Novartis, Siemens, Amazon , Cognizant and, Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Those visiting the campus for the first time included Jones Lang LaSalle, Havells, Revigo, P&G, Lending Kart, Reliance Jio, Mindtree Consulting, L’ Oreal, Bain & Co and Roland Berger.

B-school placements

Interestingly, leadership roles were in demand, ISB said. More than 70 offers were made to students for leadership roles by leading corporates, including Aditya Birla Group, Citibank, Yes Bank, Philips India Ltd, Tech Mahindra, MAX, Mytrah Energy and Genpact.

Gender diversity too was in focus. Axis Bank hired women students for their exclusive leadership programme for the third year, with roles across treasury, corporate finance, retail and consumer banking. PSU manufacturing giant Ashok Leyland, on campus for the first time, also recruited women for leadership positions across product, general management and strategy.

The Andhra Pradesh government was one of the biggest hirers visiting the campus for the second year and making 21 offers. Several public advocacy and strategy roles were also made to the students, including those of executive assistants to district magistrates at select districts in the state. Other roles offered were in the areas of fin-tech, textiles, tourism, and infrastructure among others.

Plum international offers in the form of senior management positions in Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Abu Dhabi, Tokyo, Japan and Singapore came from Cargill, Apple, Coty Inc, Landmark Group, Baycurrent and Credit Access Asia.

Consulting and IT/ITES sectors continued to be the largest recruiting sectors constituting 20% and 21% of total offers, respectively, followed by BFSI and healthcare and pharma. With a class size of 903, PGP at ISB is one of the largest group of experienced talent in the region.

 

HC to examine scrapping of answersheets’ re-evaluation by CBSE

The CBSE’s decision to scrap re-evaluation is not only being challenged across the country by students, but the rationale behind it will also be examined by the Delhi High Court, which recently said the Board ought not have done away with the policy.

The Delhi High Court has remarked that the Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) examiners would also make mistakes or errors in totalling of marks and evaluation as was recently claimed in a news report.

While the CBSE said the news report was sensationalising the issue, the Board has admitted that there was 0.021 percent error in its evaluation of answer sheets of the 10 lakh students, who gave the Class 12 exams, which according to the high court meant that roughly the careers of 2,100 children would be at stake.

Referring to recent news reports of totalling errors by the CBSE being brought out subsequent to the re-verification of marks, the high court had said errors in evaluation were also possible.

CBSE

In the wake of several petitions being moved by students, one even from Saudi Arabia, the high court has now called for the Board’s governing body and the examination committee’s minutes of meeting that led to the decision to scrap the re-evaluation policy.

The court said it would go through the minutes of the meeting “to ascertain the rationale behind the decision”.

It also asked the Board to bring its marking scheme for this year’s exams. Majority of the petitions that are before the court are by students who have scored extremely well in their exams running up to the Boards in which they have scored poorly or much below their expectations.

Another student, Shruti Gupta, who has claimed to have topped in three of her five Humanities stream subjects in her school has now moved the high court challenging the scrapping of the re-evaluation policy.

The student, who has managed to get a copy of her answer sheet of the Political Science exam, has alleged that she has been awarded zero marks in several questions and less marks in others, even though her answers are in consonance with the marking scheme of the Board and correct as per the NCERT textbook.

In her plea, filed through advocate Gaurav Pathak, she has said that with the Delhi University cut-offs expected to be out any day and there being no clarity regarding her marks, she would not be able to apply to her preferred colleges.

Just like the other students who have moved the Delhi High Court, she too has sought parity with the 150 students of Odisha whose Class 12 exam papers were directed by the Orissa High Court to be re-evaluated.

The Orissa HC order had come after the CBSE’s lawyer there had submitted that the re-evaluation policy was still in existence.

However, before the Delhi High Court another CBSE lawyer said the statement made before the Orissa HC was incorrect and the Board is going to appeal against the order directing re-evaluation of the answer sheets.

Thereafter, the Board told the Delhi High Court that it has mentioned its appeal before the Orissa HC which is likely to hear it soon.

 

 

 

Microsoft’s AI Mocks Humans by Notching Up Perfect Score in Ms. Pac-Man

If there was ever a doubt that artificial intelligence could one day overtake humans, then what follows should be sign enough that the day isn’t too far away. Microsoft’s AI has managed to hit the one million mark in cult-classic game Ms. Pac-Man, something humans never managed to achieved in the 35 years of the game’s existence.

Maluuba, a deep learning startup that was acquired by Microsoft earlier this year, created an AI system that learned the ways of the game to reach the coveted score of 1 million points by level 201. So, not only does Microsoft’s AI manage to achieve the highest possible score in both human and AI history, it managed to do so before hitting the all-too well known level 256 glitch. In a video posted by Microsoft Research, you can see the AI reach the game’s maximum point value of 999,990 on Atari 2600, after which the game seems to start over.

Microsoft's AI Mocks Humans by Notching Up Perfect Score in Ms. Pac-Man

It will also interest you to know that the highest recorded score in Ms. Pac-Man – by a human, of course – is 266,330 points, as recorded by HighScore.com. This makes Microsoft’s AI look truly remarkable and gives us a glimpse at how machine learning has evolved over time.

Maluuba was able to set the new Ms. Pac-Man record using machine learning and breaking up the game into small problems with “a separate reinforcement learning agent for each problem,” which the team calls Hybrid Reward Architecture. Here, individual agents are rewarded based on their assigned task. Through this ‘divide and conquer’ method, the top agent gets a feedback from the little agents to understand which is the best route for Ms. Pac-Man to take to avoid being eaten by ghosts, the video explains.

Recently, Google’s AI AlphaGo once again defeated a human, Ki Jie, at the ancient game Chinese game, Go.

Games like Ms. Pac-Man and Go, though quite old, are revered for their complex gameplay, which is why companies in the field of AI test out their machine learning algorithms on them.Maluuba sees an expansive, practical real-world applications though the Hybrid Reward Architecture used in the game, like helping a company predict which potential customers to target, or advancements in natural language processing.

 

Bosses of Goldman Sachs and Citigroup drawn into hoax by email prankster

The bosses of Wall Street banks Goldman Sachs and Citigroup are the latest executives to fall victim to an email prankster who has also managed to connect with the head of Barclays and the governor of the Bank of England.

While neither Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein nor his Citi counterpart Michael Corbat revealed any sensitive information, the exchanges will raise questions about the way banks’ computer systems handle emails to addresses outside their companies.

Blankfein was drawn into the simple hoax when he replied to an email purporting to be from his company’s president and co-chief operating officer, Harvey Schwartz, congratulating him on a tweet that Blankfein wrote last week on a trip to China about the country’s impressive infrastructure.

Goldman Sachs

“Tweet won some online award for humorous tweet – Trump will be so pissed ;)” the anonymous hoaxer, who used the Twitter handle @SINON_REBORN, said in a published exchange on the social media site pretending to be Schwartz.

Blankfein, who only recently joined Twitter, replied to whom he thought was Schwartz, saying he had tweeted when he landed in China because it “seemed like a good way to bookend my trip.”

When asked about the incident, a spokesman for Goldman Sachs in New York said: “In the aftermath of the elections in France and England, I would have thought Reuters had more consequential events to report on.”

The prankster then attempted to draw in Corbat and Citi’s head of global consumer banking, Stephen Bird, by masquerading as Citi’s chairman Michael O’Neill.

The hoaxer sent Corbat and Bird an online article from British newspaper CityAM about the exchange between Blankfein and the emailer, according to the prankster’s Twitter feed.

Corbat replied that he couldn’t open the link.

Bird replied: “Can never be too careful Mike. Hope that’s our real Chairman!” He then went on to describe Citi’s email filtering system before commenting on Blankfein’s mishap.

“At least Lloyd was responsive … in the new economy that’s something. Some of his peers are still getting their messages printed out.”

A spokeswoman for Citi in New York confirmed the existence of the email exchange but declined to comment further.

Due to concerns about hoaxing and security, a small group of the Wall Street elite refuses to say anything substantive in an email, text or chat, and some will not communicate digitally at all, Reuters reported in November.

Last month, Barclays chief Jes Staley became the first high profile executive to be caught out by the prankster, and the bank reportedly responded by tightening its computer security so employees get a warning whenever they are sending messages to someone outside the firm.

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney was also targeted and replied to an email he believed was from the head of the central bank’s internal oversight body, Anthony Habgood. In his response, Carney poked fun at the drinking habits of one of his predecessors.

 

10 Best Dhabas in Delhi That You Would Love to Stop By

Delhi is a food lover’s hub, there’s no denying the fact. With so many delicious options to choose from, eating in the city is always an exciting affair. Delhi is also home to many dhabas which have been serving authentic North Indian fare for years now. The sheer flavour and dash of earthiness in the food served in dhabas can beat any top notch restaurant. The simple ambience with rustic wooden tables and chairs may not be appealing but the food in these places are to die for. Some of these dhabas are more than 50 years old, serving their patrons signature dishes that haven’t lost their charm. We have picked 10 best dhabas in Delhi that will force you to taste the rich and authentic food out there. Take a look!

1. Rajinder Da Dhaba

 

Rajinder Da Dhaba is one of the most popular and oldest dhabas in Delhi and we couldn’t agree more. Located in a plush locality, its delectable food at an economical price will give restaurants a run for their money. It may not have a good ambience but the non-vegetarian dishes served here are to die for. It is a busy eat-out but it makes sure to serve the ordered food on time. If you happen to visit this dhaba, do not miss Galauti Kebab, Butter Chicken, Chicken Curry, Kadhai Paneer, Mutton Tikka, Chicken Tangdi Fry and Kathi Roll.

 

Location: AB-14, Safdarjung Enclave Market, Safdarjung, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 800 (approximately)

Contact: +91 11 2610 0355

2. Bhape Da Hotel

 

Bhape Da Hotel has been known for its excellent dining experience for years now. The place is known for its North Indian cuisine. It has a simple ambience but the food tops the chart any day. You must try Chicken Curry, Dal Makhani, Saag Meat, Mutton Seekh, Paneer Tikka, Mutton Curry, Egg Curry and Butter Chicken to treat your palates.

 

Location: 75, Municipal Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 850 (approximately)

Contact: +91 98119 21616

3. National Restaurant

 

A small set up located in Connaught Place, National Restaurant’s food and service cannot be missed. The ambience may not be very appealing, but the non-vegetarian dishes here will definitely not disappoint you. The most recommended dishes to try here are Butter Chicken, Chicken Curry, Mutton Saag, Meat Curry, Brain Curry, Dahi Meat and Dal Makhani. If you haven’t visited this dhaba, we are sure you are missing out on a lot.

 

Location: 82 & 83, NDMC Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 600 (approximately)

Contact: +91 11 6541 0327

4. Mughal Mahal Restaurant

 

One of the USPs of Mughal Mahal in Rajendra Place is its Butter Chicken, which is top notch. The most recommended dishes after Butter Chicken are Dal Makhani, Chicken Pakoda, Paneer Makhani and Malai Kofta. So if you haven’t had an authentic Butter Chicken for the longest time, maybe it’s time to visit Mughal Mahal Restaurant. This dhaba is believed to serve alcohol too.

 

Location: 7, Sethi Bhawan, Rajendra Place, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 1,100 (approximately)

Contact: 9873141154

5. Laxman Fast Food

 

If you are in Delhi and haven’t been to the Qutub Institutional Area to visit their range of dhabas, you are certainly missing out. If you have been there, you would know Laxman Fast Food has got some serious fan following for its amazing dishes. Not just this, celebrities like Ranbir Kapoor have visited the dhaba during film shootings. The most recommended dishes here are Keema Parantha, Chilli Potato, Chicken Parantha, Chicken Macaroni and the inevitable chai.

 

Location: F-113, Opposite Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 600 (approximately)

Contact: +91 98180 57230

6. Kwality Dhaba

 

Kwality Dhaba is a vegetarian’s paradise in West Delhi, known for its quality and quantity of food. Not a very huge place, Kwality offers vegetarians a range of dishes to choose from and it is super economical. The most recommended dishes here are Dal Makhani with Butter Roti, Kadhai Paneer, Malai Chaap, Tawa Chaap, Spring Rolls, Shahi Paneer and Kadhai Paneer.

 

Location: WZ-38, Uggarsan Market, Ashok Nagar, Shubhash Nagar, New Delhi
Cost for two: INR 450 (approximately)

Contact: +91 98189 93535

7. Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba

 

Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba as the name suggests is known for its non-vegetarian delicacies. It does not have any seating arrangement and is a take-away place. The most recommended dishes here include Chicken Curry, Mutton Curry and Chicken Tikka with Rumali Roti among others.

 

Location: Shop-3, C-8 Market, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 650 (approximately)

Contact: +91 98118 34949

8. Ajit Khalsa Dhaba

 

Easy to find, Ajit Khalsa Dhaba is too good to be missed out. Situated in Chattarpur, it gives you a typical dhaba experience, where their service is believed to be quick and the food delicious. The dhaba is known for its North Indian and Mughlai delicacies. Here, you can have the best Butter Chicken, Mutton Curry, Laccha Parantha and Butter Naan. If you miss a typical dhaba experience, head over to Ajit Khalsa Dhaba!

 

Location: Opposite Tivoli Garden, Chattarpur Main Road, Chattarpur, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 550 (approximately)

Contact: +91 99992 28099

9. Prem Dhaba

 

As for a dhaba, you cannot expect the best ambience, but you can definitely have the best food experience. Prem Dhaba welcomes you to such an experience. Located in West Delhi, the dhaba is a delightful food journey for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. It has a crammed seating but the food is worth every hurdle. Some of the recommended dishes here are Chicken Masala, Mutton Chaap, Chicken Roganjosh, Dal Makhani and Butter Chicken.

 

Location: 11139, East Park Road, Opposite JD Titler School, Karol Bagh, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 650 (approximately)

Contact: +91 11 2352 4219

10. Kake-da-Hotel

 

Kake-da-Hotel is one of the oldest and most popular dhabas in Delhi. It may not be fancy but the food here is exceptionally tasty. The owners have been serving authentic North Indian food for more than three generations. You should try the Chicken Curry, Chicken Biryani, Keema Kaleji, Soya Chaap, Chicken Seekh, Butter Chicken and Dal Makhani without really burning a hole in your pocket.

 

Location: 67, Municipal Market, Connaught Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 600 (approximately)

Contact: +91 11 2341 1580

Do tell us which dhaba tops your list and which one you would love to try.