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Recipe for the perfect Indian city: parties from Panaji, colleges from Pune, and much more

Kunal Majumder | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 7:20 IST

If we could get the best from each Indian city at one place, wouldn't it be a dream come true? So, to make an ideal and quintessential Indian city, here's what you'll need:-

Food from Hyderabad


#haleem #chickenbiryani #chickenchilli #paprichaat #naan #nomnomnom

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From biryani to kebabs to sweets, Hyderabad has everything to offer. With an increasing number of MNCs moving base to the city, a large selection from international cuisines has also made its way.

Greenery from Delhi

Our capital city, among other things, is the country's greenest. It has large tracts of forest cover - which has doubled in the last decade - and the world's second largest variety of birds.

Parties from Panaji


Night 2 #Supersonic #Goa

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Goa's capital Panaji has been hipsters' favourite destination since the '60s. Known for its tourist-friendly and laid-back attitude, Goa has our favourite clubs, beaches, and alcohol prices.

Public transport from Mumbai

Mumbai has India's most extensive and efficient public transport system. The Mumbai Local alone ferries around 7.5 million people daily. Apart from that, the city has a very professional lot of taxi and auto drivers, a metro-line, and a monorail.

Colleges from Pune

First published: 14 February 2017, 7:20 IST
Kunal Majumder @kunalmajumder

Editor for Speed News aka Catch Live and Operations at Catch, Kunal enjoys measuring his life in numbers. Of his 30 years of life, 12 have been spent working, 9 of them in journalism. The remaining 3 were spent in 2 call centres, talking to British and Australians about insurance and cellphones. In his journalistic capacity, Kunal has worked at 3 publications and headed 2 online teams. The '3' includes Images Multimedia, Tehelka and DNA. The '2' includes Tehelka and DNA. Catch is Kunal's 6th workplace, where he will head his 3rd team as speed news editor. As a reporter, he won 2 awards - Statesman Award for Rural Reporting and UNFPA-Laadli Award for Gender Sensitivity. That's his story in Prime Numbers (a section on this site from which he's taken inspiration).