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  • 'One-Third of Indian Women are Underweight'

    'One-Third of Indian Women are Underweight'

    According to UNICEF India, "Malnutrition is more common in India than in Sub-Saharan Africa. One in every three malnourished children in the world lives in India."Although India seems to have made a satisfactory leap on the Global Hunger Index, yet there is a lot accomplish. According to Internation...

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  • Soon, Government to Provide Free Glucose Test to All

    Soon, Government to Provide Free Glucose Test to All

    Diabetes is one of the primary health problems in the world and in India, close to 67 million people are estimated to be affected by it. A range of factors are responsible for triggering the disease including family history, obesity and quality of lifestyle. It is estimated that by the year 2030, th...

  • This Indian Sweet is Being Made for Over 225 Years!

    This Indian Sweet is Being Made for Over 225 Years!

    Mumbai or the erstwhile Bombay was originally an archipelago of seven islands. Colaba, Little Colaba or Old Woman's Island, Isle of Bombay, Mazgaon, Mahim, Worli and Parel. These were connected to each other through a series of land reclamation projects over a period of five centuries. The last of w...

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  • Trend Alert: Fusion Indian on the Dessert Menu

    Trend Alert: Fusion Indian on the Dessert Menu

    There's no getting around it, Indians have a (very) sweet tooth. In fact, the early visitors to India called it the land of sweets. This sweet love has roots that reach back to the Indian mythology. Lord Krishna's Makhan-Mishri, Ganesha's Modak and the famous boondi ladoos and halwa offered as prasa...

  • 10 Best Biryani Recipes

    10 Best Biryani Recipes

    "If there is such a thing as foods of the God, it is undoubtedly the biryani. The magic of biryani lies in the way rice is transformed into something ambrosial." - Pratibha KaranBiryani, an evergreen classic, really needs no introduction. It's aromatic, it's heavenly and one of the most loved ...

    Read More: Indian food, biryani, rice
  • 600-Ft-Long Cake to Celebrate the Legacy of Indian Baking

    600-Ft-Long Cake to Celebrate the Legacy of Indian Baking

    The Kerala Bakers Association (KBA) is planning to bake a 600-ft-long cake to mark the 131st anniversary of cake-making in the country. The association is planning to bake the cake at a convention centre in Thrissur on October 30 to showcase the legacy of 'plum cakes' in the country.According to loc...

  • This Diwali, It's Ladoos Over Chocolates!

    This Diwali, It's Ladoos Over Chocolates!

    Despite stiff competition from attractively packaged and imported chocolates, traditional Indian sweets have not only managed to hold on to their own but have witnessed a steady rise in sales due to an expanding market estimated at Rs.49,000 crore ($8 billion), rising incomes and most importantly, t...

  • 10 Best Kerala Recipes

    10 Best Kerala Recipes

    Prepare yourself for a culinary journey that canvases everything from exquisite seafood to ignored vegetables, from coconut milk to crispy curry leaves, from spluttering mustard seeds to soft and spongy appams. Prepare yourself for a scrumptious ride to 'God's own country'.The food of Kerala is one ...

  • Regional Platter: The Royal Thali of Rajasthan

    Regional Platter: The Royal Thali of Rajasthan

    In a country like India where every region cooks up an elaborate menu, the best way to explore any regional cuisine would be to settle for a thali. It is an absolute delight to eat a little bit of everything from the best that a cuisine can offer.Every regional cuisine is laced with ingredients that...

  • How to Make the Perfect Naan Bread

    How to Make the Perfect Naan Bread

    Do you need a tandoor to make proper naans, are chapatis or parathas a better bet, and has anyone mastered homemade stuffed flatbreads?I'm not scared of taking on Indian food - far from it, dal is a regular Sunday-night treat, and my perfect kofta curry is a delicious work in progress. But in my ho...

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