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Sashwata Saha

SIAL Paris 2018 providing innovative solutions to the food processing industry

SIAL Paris 2018 providing innovative solutions to the food processing industry

November 6, 2018

SIAL Paris 2018 took into stock the current situation of the global food processing industry and provided innovative solutions to the problems plaguing it.

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Indian-Americans in the Time Magazine’s ‘Healthcare 50’ list

Indian-Americans in the Time Magazine’s ‘Healthcare 50’ list

November 3, 2018

The three Indian-Americans selected by the Time's panel of health journalists and editors compose of some of the most innovative and successful minds in the field whose efforts have made a big difference.

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Of farms and animal cruelty

Of farms and animal cruelty

November 2, 2018

Each year, India produces millions of metric tonnes of meat and yet, this comes at the cost of humanity as we put animals through unspeakable torture.

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Deluges eroding the heart of Assam’s culture

Deluges eroding the heart of Assam’s culture

November 1, 2018

The cultural heartland of Assam and the home of the Vaishnava faith - Majuli island is plagued by yearly deluges which leave thousands homeless and scores dead.

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5 Indian films to watch this Halloween

5 Indian films to watch this Halloween

October 31, 2018

With Halloween gaining more and more pop culture popularity in India, here's our pick of five spooktacular Indian horror films to enjoy.

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A glimpse into ’18 Days’

A glimpse into ’18 Days’

October 31, 2018

Grant Morrison and Mukesh Singh's behemothic graphic novel tells the epic story of the Mahabharata for an entirely new demographic of audience.

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The rise of Indian characters in Hollywood

The rise of Indian characters in Hollywood

October 29, 2018

From 'Indiana Jones 2' to 'Lion', decades have passed and now after years of being bound in stifling stereotypes, Indian characters can finally call themselves being justly represented in Hollywood.

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Eradicating the elephants

Eradicating the elephants

October 28, 2018

Elephants are one of the most culturally and environmentally significant animals in the country. Yet, ceaseless poaching is pushing them closer and closer to annihilation.

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Indian-American woman receives Presidential Award

Indian-American woman receives Presidential Award

October 28, 2018

Minal Patel Davis was awarded by the United States Secretary of State the Presidential Award for her contributions against human trafficking on a policy crafting level.

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Punching patriarchy

Punching patriarchy

October 25, 2018

From mothers to maids, the amazing women brought together by art collective, Brainded India are fighting for a common cause - battling the country's toxic masculinity.

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Human Library to see the light of day in Kolkata

Human Library to see the light of day in Kolkata

October 23, 2018

  After seeing success in over 80 countries, the Human Library initiative also gained immense popularity in India. However, it is only now that the eastern city of Kolkata is getting its first such library. The Human Library or Menneskebiblioteket, as it is called in Danis...

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Hip hop artists from Shillong using music and graffiti to speak up

Hip hop artists from Shillong using music and graffiti to speak up

October 12, 2018

Conceived in the US as the voice of black rebellion, hip hop has disintegrated into something violent and misogynistic. However, in Northeast India, artists are going back to the roots of the genre to voice the vox populi.

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