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Benares,

India: see VaranasiVaranasi
, formerly Benares
, city (1991 pop. 1,030,863), Uttar Pradesh state, N central India, on the Ganges River. Although a rail hub and trade center, Varanasi is chiefly important as a holy city.
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The other members of the board are Edwin Bautista (Union Bank), Roberto Benares (Bank of Commerce), Edmond Bernardo (UCPB), Cecilia Borromeo (DBP), Gil Buenaventura (RCBC), Abraham Co (AUB), Liduvino Geron (Land Bank), Reynaldo Maclang (PNB), Antonio Moncupa (East West Bank), Alfonso Salcedo Jr.
Atul, who is a regular on BBC show Saturday Kitchen, is only the second Indian chef to receive a Michelin star - it was awarded to his London restaurant Benares in 2007, an eaterie regarded as one of the world's best Indian restaurants.
Atul, who is a regular on BBC show Saturday Kitchen, is only the second Indian chef to receive a Michelin star - awarded to his London restaurant Benares in 2007 - regarded as one of the world's best Indian restaurants.
Actor Ali Fazal has wrapped up the Benares schedule for his part in the web series, Mirzapur.
The award-winning, Birmingham-based company - which supplies to restaurants in London including the acclaimed Benares from Atul Kocchar - has vineyards in India's largest wine-grape growing district, Nasik.
Also a welcome sight in the practice session were 17-year-old Fil-Nigerian AJ Edu, who participated in the drills, and Fil-Malaysian Zachary Benares, who sat on the sidelines with player agent Charlie Dy.
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Some topics include dress as a signifier in colonial and post-colonial space, constructive appropriation of enlightenment thinking in Murray BailAEs The Pages, the Kala Pani in Amitav GhoshAEs Sea of Poppies and Barlen PyamootooAEs Benares, and the Berlin Wall in Cilla McQueenAEs Berlin Diary.
In his book, Heneghan provides a unique perspective of World War II, as he chronicles the children's lives before, during, and after their experiences aboard the SS City of Benares.
The catalyst was a trip with Husain in 1961 to Benares, a sacred capital of Hinduism as well as a decrepit modern Indian metropolis.
So there's everything to cook for as they take on The Chef's Table - hosted by Michelin-star chef Atul Kochhar, from posh London 'Indian-British fusion' restaurant Benares.