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At Magnolia Bakery, the place where Carrie and Miranda famously chowed down on pastel pink-frosted cupcakes, and which also featured in ‘The Devil Wears Prada’, there’s a cake for everyone. But what if people were cakes?

We ask Zonu Reddy & Nischay Jayeshankar – Partnersat Spago Foods who have brought the Magnolia Bakery franchise here to India to share the flavour famous faces would be .
The all-electric Tesla is nothing short of magic, so we felt our magic cupcake is perfect fit for this innovator. The cupcake is a coconut cake with a coconut caramel pecan filling, caramel meringue buttercream, a layer of chocolate ganache and caramel drizzle and got a good bite, much like the SpaceX CEO.
Gates is one of the originals of software development, running the world’s largest software company, Microsoft. We felt the carrot cupcake, one of our originals and best-selling specialty cupcakes, was a good match for one of the original innovators.

Freshly grated carrot, coconut, pineapple, raisins and walnuts mean that every bit of this cake is chock-full of good stuff like Gates’ innovations and finished with cream cheese icing and toasted walnuts.
Kylie is known for her lip kits and attention-grabbing ensembles. We felt our red Velvet white-out cupcake, a real showstopper, is a great fit – it loves the attention too. It’s a red velvet cupcake, topped with meringue icing and red velvet cake crumbs for added drama.
Michelle Obama is a classic, but stands out, much like our classic vanilla cupcake with vanilla buttercream – it’s our best-selling cupcake and has been part of our menu since the very beginning. There’s nothing basic about classic.
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India Inc is pushing for increasing representation of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) roles to bring diversity of ideas in technological innovation and widen the talent pool.
HDFC Bank exceeded expectations to report a 19% expansion in its December quarter net profit, pointing to robust core income growth and lower provisioning at the country’s most-valued lender, known for its asset quality and prudential lending practices.
While BharatPe co-founder Ashneer Grover announced this week that he would gift Mercedes cars to employees who stay on for five years at his new company, Third Unicorn, the mood among the rest of the startup ecosystem is one of caution and fiscal prudence.
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