Bharatiya Janata Party leader Kailash Vijayavargiya recently went to Athens. Apparently finding it impossible to do without Indian food, he searched for an Indian restaurant and found one with a Ganesh statue outside it. Assuming it was run by an Indian he went inside and had a meal that was quite good. Later, he found out the restaurant was owned by a Pakistani. "But the food was good, I have to say," he said grudgingly.
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First Published: Sat, September 03 2016. 21:08 IST