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Why you must head to Assam this June
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Why you must head to Assam this June

Go firefly spotting, enjoy a beach vacation or pay a visit to the menstruating goddess in Assam this month.  Hoping to take a short getaway in June, but don't know where to start? You can still take a quick trip before your children's vacations get over.  Here are our top three options. Assam Photograph: Anuwar Hazarika/Reuters Why: Ambubachi Mela -- also known as the Mahakumbh of the East -- is held in the month of June in the Kamakhya Temple, which is dedicated to Goddess ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Hungry kya? MTR may have something for you

MTR re-positions its brand to cater early morning to the hungry urban young. It has launched a range of breakfast foods to pave the way for future product and brand transformation. One of India’s oldest home-grown brands, MTR Foods, now owned by a Norwegian giant Orkla, is moving out of its comfort zone. Having built its image as a company that sold everything from ready-to-eat vegetarian Indian meals to papads, the brand is positioning itself as a healthy option in the convenience ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

North Korea standoff: Is war an option?

'The world may be desirous of peace, but not Kim Jong-un.''Should we then accept the old adage that to maintain peace, we should be prepared for war?' asks Rajaram Panda. Part I: North Korea standoff: What are the world's options? IMAGE: The US army and South Korean military responded to North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile test/strong>with a combined ballistic missile exercise.Photograph: South Korean Defence Ministry   The last possible option in dealing with North ...
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Convert to Islam within 6 months: Malayali author gets threatening letter

A renowned Malayali author and a woman college lecturer have complained to the police of receiving threats even as Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said his government would not ignore threats to those who expressed progressive views. Efforts to tarnish those with progressive opinions on social media and making death threats to them would not be accepted, Vijayan said on Facebook. “Those who feel that independent voices can be gagged by threats are living in a fool’s ...
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'Indira Gandhi was the James Bond of power politics'

'She was the only prime minister who won a decisive military victory.' 'She won a real war; she didn't play video games on prime time TV over surgical strikes!' 'She understood power better than any other politician, saw it as her birthright and used it with inborn expertise.' 'Every politician today who tries to be a "supremo" through populism and absolute control over his or her party is referring to the Indira Gandhi playbook!' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Why the world is talking about 18th century scientist Eva Ekeblad

Her research paved the way for potato vodka and gluten-free baking -- 300 years ago! And those are only two of the many cool things about Eva Ekeblad. Swedish scientist Eva Ekeblad, best-remembered for discovering that alcohol and flour can be made from potatoes, is suddenly on everyone's minds -- all thanks to a Google Doodle. '[She] brought potatoes, then a greenhouse curiosity, to the people,' Google noted July 10. 'Eva discovered the starch was humble but mighty -- potatoes could ...
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Face-to-face with a King Cobra!

The monkeys can't take their eyes off the snake, and Geetanjali Krishna has forgotten to breathe. *IMAGE: 'As we watch in awe, the magnificent snake rears its head several feet above the ground'.Photograph: Kind courtesy Marathekedar93/Wikimedia Commons At first, I think it's a thick log that has fallen on the forest floor near the pond. Hundreds of bees are buzzing all around, their hive disturbed perhaps, by the monkeys overhead. They are making alarmed sounds, as they are wont to do when ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

She is bringing the museum into our homes

Dayanita Singh, artist and curator, gives photography a new art form, discovers Avantika Bhuyan. IMAGE: The one question that Dayanita Singh has been raising time and again is that of the museum as a form in itself. Photograph: Kind courtesy Wikimedia Commons   As one enters Dayanita Singh's home in Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, two empty wooden structures, situated in the living room, catch the eye. Covered in cloth, they look enshrouded, waiting to reveal their mysteries at an opportune ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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How Cadbury keeps hitting the sweet spot

The market share of Mondelez, which owns Cadbury, for its premium brands is way ahead of competitors, despite a stiff fight in this arena.  IMAGE: The premium segment, say experts, is around 30 per cent of India's Rs 8,200-crores overall chocolate market. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters. One of the fastest growing chocolate categories in India, the premium segment, is also among the most competitive. And, American major Mondelez, maker of the Cadbury brand, retains its hold here by a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Beyond Octopussy: Roger Moore's India connections

The James Bond actor spent months in India shooting for another film, but his connection to India goes much deeper than that, reveals Monali Sarkar. IMAGE: From left, Roger Moore, Mohan Agashe and Gregory Peck in The Sea Wolves   Roger Moore, who passed into the ages on Tuesday, May 23, had connections with India that began way before he came to the country to shoot his James Bond film Octopussy. It began with his mother. Lillian Pope was born in Calcutta during British rule. Moore, who ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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