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Bengal's women learn to extract good food from dry land

Tribal families in Bankura, West Bengal, living on a stable diet of potato and rice and occasionally some 'daal' (lentils), are now consuming a variety of vegetables, cereals, fruits and animal protein with relish on a daily basis, marking a sea ... Kashmir Times, 1 week ago

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DNA India, 1 month ago
Mid Day

Bollywood films that featured Ganeshotsav celebrations

As a country that boasts of diversity, far too many celebrations dot the Indian calendar. Several of these festivals have made their way to Bollywood films, and it's perhaps not an exaggeration to say that Ganeshotsav remains the filmmakers ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago
Indian Express

A seaside dream faces real test

The recently constructed Eastern Freeway cuts through the strip of land. As the rest of the city grew organically from a 19th-century colonial port city of traders, which soon spawned a textile industry, to become the country's financial ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Mike in hand, Chavan gives media guided tour of infra projects

Chavan himself, had conceded that the party had failed to showcase the development. Summary Session included photo-ops at showpiece T2 terminal, Metro station. Aftera massive defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, and with the Assembly ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
DNA India

Independence Day Special: 29 States, 7 Union Territories, 36 off-beat destinations in India

To celebrate Independence Day we bring you off-beat destinations for each state and union territory of India Collecting water chestnuts in metallic, round boats (Image by Piya Bose Desai) #1 CHAMBAL, UTTAR PRADESH The once notorious ...
 DNA India1 month ago

‘CM didn’t approve project’

The Maharashtra government had an opportunity to make Mumbai’s waterfronts useful for transportation, but chief minister Prithviraj Chavan did not approve the project for two years. The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation had proposed the water ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
AhmedabadMirror.com

BACK IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Posted On Monday, August 04, 2014 at 02:57:33 AM Veteran Jeetendra obliges photogs at a recent event held to commemorate the 34th death anniversary of legendary singer Mohammed Rafi in Mumbai London has a new host Lakshmi Mittal's ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago
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Book Excerpt | Picture Abhi Baaki Hai

Hindi cinema's HFV affliction It is difficult to distinguish signs of Hindutva from those of Indian values or from a powerful set of Hindu beliefs and practices often referred to as Hindu Family Values (HFV), which have been particularly ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

All lines choked in mumbai's lifeline

Though there is a drop in the number of total passengers on the suburban railways, it is miniscule in percentage terms. Commuting in local trains is often compared to a battle that over 74 lakh commuters fight everyday. With both Central Railway ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

MSRDC plans to set up repair yard at Charkop

Even though the Inland Passenger Water Transport Project (IPWTP) is awaiting clearance from CM Prithviraj Chavan for almost two years now, the MSRDC has come out with a plan to carry out techno-feasibility study to have a maintenance yard at ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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