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  • Indian Kids Face Higher Risk of Diabetes

    Indian Kids Face Higher Risk of Diabetes

    Five-year-old Krati Dhawan often complained of abdominal pain and saw sudden weight loss. She underwent a series of tests for stomach infection, all with negative results. When her mother reported that she was urinating frequently and was often thirsty, she was advised to get blood-sugar tests condu...

  • Andhra Sweet Shop Bags Guinness Record for a 7,858-Kg Laddu

    Andhra Sweet Shop Bags Guinness Record for a 7,858-Kg Laddu

    A shop owner from Tapeswaram in Andhra Pradesh prepared a gigantic laddu weighing a whopping 7,858 kilogram which was offered to Lord Ganesh during Ganesh Chaturthi. The giant laddu has now found a place in the Guinness World Records.Sri Bhaktanjaneya Sweets bagged a place in the Guinness World Reco...

  • 10 Best Andhra Recipes

    10 Best Andhra Recipes

    If there was ever a competition for cooking up the fieriest delicacies, a native of Andhra Pradesh or Telangana would certainly win away all the glory. Red chili is produced in abundance in these states which makes it a hot favourite among the locals. Take a bite of any authentic Telugu dish and you...

  • Blog: The 160 Year Old Square Naan Of Hyderabad

    Blog: The 160 Year Old Square Naan Of Hyderabad

    Purani Haveli's known to be the place or origin of the square or char koni naan in Hyderabad. The place gets its name from the Haveli which was built for the Nizam of Hyderabad Sikander Jah III. It's located in the Old City of Hyderabad, which is a little further away from Charminar. The area was kn...

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  • What Trademarking the Birmingham Balti Could do for Britain

    What Trademarking the Birmingham Balti Could do for Britain

    The Midlands' favourite curry is heading for legally recognised status, which the government reckons will create jobs and draw in tourists. Even if Madhur Jafffrey doesn't rate it at all. Never mind the Romans, what have the migrants ever done for us, as Monty Python might have said but didn't. Duri...

  • A Separate Vegetarian Canteen for IITs and IIMs?

    A Separate Vegetarian Canteen for IITs and IIMs?

    The Human Resource Development Ministry has forwarded a proposal to establish a separate eating space for vegetarians across IITs (Indian Institute of Technology). According to an NDTV report, "On October 15, an undersecretary in the HRD ministry, AK Singh, had in a covering letter asked IITs and II...

  • '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...

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