On September 11, Indian food fans will be celebrating the 5th anniversary of the launch of the world’s largest digital media platform, Twitter.

On September 15, the company will celebrate its 30th anniversary, with the launch and maintenance of its new headquarters in Bengaluru.

A huge celebration is expected for October 12, which is also known as the New Year of Indian Food.

It will be followed by a visit to the city of Hyderabad, which will also host the 2019 World Food Summit and World Food Week, and the opening of a new flagship restaurant in Hyderabad’s Gurdwara.

The next big celebration of Indian food is planned for October 15, which marks the 10th anniversary anniversary of Indian cuisine being launched.

The festival will take place at the New Delhi International Food Fair (NDIF), where food lovers will be invited to share their recipes, eat food with other food lovers, learn about Indian cuisine, and have a chance to taste and sample delicious food.

The event is also likely to see a large influx of foodies from all over the world.

There will be live entertainment, food stalls, a live performance by food lovers from all corners of the globe, and, of course, food.