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When Seasoned Politicians Turn Spoilt Children in the Political Game
New Indian Express

When Seasoned Politicians Turn Spoilt Children in the Politica...

Pushpesh Pant is a former professor of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi The way senior Congress leaders are clamouring for the status of Leader of Opposition be granted to their leader of the parliamentary party in the ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago

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New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Daijiworldcom, 3 months ago

Crying fowl against vegetarian India

Why did the chicken cross the road? Answer: To be eaten by an Indian. India is the fourth-fastest growing market for chicken in the world. As fish eaters too, we aren't far behind with the seventh fastest growth over the last two decades.
 Livemint.com6 days ago

Keeping cool, the Indian way

If we eat and dress in harmony with the natural cycle of seasons, we can beat heat and humidity. Ancient ayurvedic texts show the way in countering weather Pushpesh Pant A Ancient wisdom preserved in texts of ayurveda provides interesting and ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago
Millennium Post

Elections simplified!

The former Chief Election Commissioner, S Y Quraishi recently launched his book An Undocumented Wonder: The making of the Great Indian Election, at the Capital's India International Centre. As a stellar panel comprising the likes of journalist and ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago
Deutsche Welle

EU's Indian mango ban to counter pests

India's scorching summer heat with temperatures soaring to 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit) offers few pleasures. The most gratifying one is gorging on sweet, succulent mangos, which are in season between April and July. In India's ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago

Film festival dishes up Dal Puri Diaspora We Beat

As a boy growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, Richard Fung loved dhalpuri roti. As a filmmaker now living in Toronto, he decided to discover the origins of this justly celebrated dish. Fung's journey took him first from Canada to his native land. He ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago
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