food

How some of India’s poor come out of the poverty zone

How some of India’s poor come out of the poverty zone

July 25, 2016

The increasing requirements of domestic servants, street vendors, electricians, carpenters, drivers and alike in Indian cities has helped the poor to rise above the poverty line and join the lower segment of the middle class.

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Special Indian style of Eid in Delhi

Special Indian style of Eid in Delhi

July 6, 2016

Eid-ul-fitr is one of the widely celebrated festivals among Muslims across the globe. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, a 30-day fasting period. In India the festival will be celebrated on Thursday. Eid-ul-fitr is a special festival among Muslims worldwide. People pr...

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Food safety progress

Food safety progress

June 21, 2016

Finally India has banned potassium bromate, the food additive used in bread and bakery which was found to cause cancer in a study by a leading NGO Centre for Science and Environment.

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Foreigners’ retreat in Delhi

Foreigners’ retreat in Delhi

June 20, 2016

For tourists, after a long day of visiting temples, markets and monuments in Old Delhi, a comfortable seating where exotic dishes are served, might be a good idea..

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Man versus Wildlife in India

Man versus Wildlife in India

June 17, 2016

Accidents on railway tracks are not uncommon. Cases of many people getting injured or even dying are reported regularly. But, this time it is Elephants who have been wounded and killed by train collisions and with the expansion of modern high-speed railways and urbanisation in In...

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Chai-Coffee-Culture

Chai-Coffee-Culture

June 16, 2016

Consumption of tea has been documented in Indian ancient texts like the Ramayana showing the native and cultural attachment of the beverage to India. It has also been documented in stories associated with Buddhist monks. It is the domestic drink for most and finding a chai (collo...

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Mango Muddle

Mango Muddle

June 14, 2016

Many Indians look forward to summers. For some, mainly school children, it means vacations, for some others it means new designs and clothes in the shops, while for many others it means the arrival of the King; The king of fruits-Mango.

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Colaba Causeway v/s Sarojini Nagar Market

Colaba Causeway v/s Sarojini Nagar Market

June 13, 2016

With Taj Mahal Palace on its extreme back, Gateway of India just across, and the famous Leopold Cafe in the middle of where it functions, Colaba Causeway is a paradise for street shopping in Mumbai. A few thousand kilometres up to the north, in the Capital City-Delhi, Sarojini Na...

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Increasing vegetarianism in India

Increasing vegetarianism in India

June 10, 2016

According to a survey, the percentage of meat eaters in India is expected to decline as the benefits of vegetarianism are getting popular in the country.

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A study by New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment

A study by New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment

May 23, 2016

If you are visiting India avoid bread. It could be laced with toxic chemicals which are serious health hazards. According to a study by New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment, Indian bread manufacturers use potassium bromate and potassium iodate for treating flour whi...

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Kashmir

Kashmir

May 10, 2016

Gulmarg ski resort, in Kashmir, is a paradise for powder snow and clear slopes lovers, with its incredible Himalayan peaks and its unique Kashmiri mountaineers hospitality. In winter or summer, all over the year, it attracts more and more Indian tourists but also foreigners, espe...

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Indian Tourists

Indian Tourists

April 27, 2016

Indian travellers have come up as one of the biggest spenders while travelling abroad and are being targetted aggressively by countries around the world. Indians spend a huge amount of money while travelling to foreign nations and are in the top spender list of many countries. &#...

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