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Can India ever produce greens sans soil? Future Farms aims to do just that with the right dose of awareness and water 

Started five years ago, Future Farms envisioned a clean food network for India and with over five branches and one due in Nepal, is working hard towards serving the people some clean greens

Published on 13th November 2017
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These 5 life-altering experiences at Kerala's Sarang Alternative School will make you fall in love with nature again. What are you waiting for?

From growing your own food to helping you put a roof over your head, this school in the hills will help you rediscover your love for the great outdoors and respect Mother Nature again  

Published on 13th November 2017
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Sweet Emotion: In bizarre theft, thieves in UP looted 100 kilos of rasgullas and gulab jamuns from three shops, but took no cash 

No cash or valuables were reported to be stolen and a probe into the unusual theft has been initiated. Chances are there may not be any use in getting the goods back as they have a eat-by date

Published on 7th November 2017
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Opinion: Why I love Khichdi but hate the idea of India having a national dish 

Blame it on social media if you will, but why are we arguing about whether khichdi ought to be our national dish when farmers are closer to suicide than their failed fields and empathy is but limited

Published on 5th November 2017
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Breaking barriers: Tribal woman becomes nature's saviour, joins hands with her community to save few trees for the future

Jamuna Tudu, On her journey in saving the mother nature had succeeded and now with 150 committees  comprising more than 6,000 members in her movement to save the forests, she is doing more

Published on 6th November 2017
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South India Chef's Association break away from exclusive traditions and celebrate International Chef's Day with HIV affected kids

The chefs said a healthy diet and medicines were vital in keeping the kids healthy in the long run, and served vegetarian food from eight Madurai hotels

Published on 5th November 2017
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Principal of a UP residential school suspended after nearly 100 minors fall sick after eating biscuits, no casualties reported

The district magistrate said further action will be initiated against other officials since there have been complaints of the quality of the food here for the past one year

Published on 3rd November 2017
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Tricks of the trade: A bestselling comic book author, and MD of Nivea India, offers insights into the comic book industry 

Want to be a comic book artist and don't know where to start? Neil George offers some tips and tricks

Published on 2nd November 2017
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Is Junk food taking over the place of healthy food in your kid's lunch box? Here's something you should know

According to Safe and Healthy Food guidelines published by the Indian Medical Association Kerala, the perfect lunch for a child should include rice, pulses and vegetables 

Published on 1st November 2017
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Bangalore Literature Festival: What it's like to witness Kumble, dragons and fairytales lighting up young minds at the children's session

The Bangalore Literature Festival was a hit with children who attended the kid's special sessions of the programme and had their imaginations brought to life with photographs and myths

Published on 1st November 2017
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Huge female Crocodile strays onto rod in Mysore, returned to Karanji Lake after alert cops alert zoo officials

The incident comes a day after a leopard strayed into a zoo with officials saying easy availability of food, especially big fish, has brought these crocodiles to Karanji lake

Published on 29th October 2017
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Sharks and lost hope: Two women and their pooches rescued after five months adrift in the Pacific Ocean

Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava accompanied by their two dogs had left for their trip in May and reportedly sent distress calls each day for 98 days but to no avail

Published on 29th October 2017
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Meet Ayush, an autistic Zentangle artist who is good at creating hope with just paper, pen and few colours

Ayush Bhambani is a special kid whose works have been received well because he teaches you how to untangle with 'Zen'

Published on 28th October 2017
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Food for thought: Would you prefer to see your beloved teacher hung in school?

Education departments across the world are insisting on hanging teachers photographs in school, but the question is 'Do teachers really consider it an honour?' John B Monteiro talks

Published on 27th October 2017
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Paging Doctor Cool: This MBBS student from SRMC runs a restro cafe in Chennai and we love the way it looks

Jaykiran had always been passionate about food, but he had no idea that his passion would drive him to start a café that’s been stealing the hearts of the youth in Chennai

Published on 16th October 2017

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