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Try five daily servings of fruits and vegetables for longer, healthier life, finds new research

The study identifies an optimal intake level of fruits and vegetables and supports the evidence-based, succinct public health message of '5-a-day'

Published on 1st March 2021
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Earliest primate fossils documented by researchers that sheds light on the rise of mammals

The researchers, including those from the University of Washington in the US, analysed several fossils of Purgatorius -- the oldest genus in a group of the earliest-known primates called plesiadapifor

Published on 25th February 2021
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Kavya's quest: This 34-year-old is driving solo across India to network with native artisans and help popularise their work

Kavya Saxena is on a solo mission. For six months, she is travelling to six states of India to document the crafts that don't get enough attention. This is the purpose behind why she is doing it...

Published on 9th February 2021
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I am Roghi: This Kerala student draws striking images on leaves, fruits and berries. Here's why you'll love them

Rahul Sivan draws lifelike and intricately detailed portraits of himself and other people on leaves, fruits and berries under the name I Am Roghi

Published on 4th February 2021
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COVID-19 turned this law graduate into celebrity strawberry farmer

Gurleen Chawla is expecting a total yield of 10,000 kg this season and has developed a website to market her products outside Jhansi, her hometown

Published on 2nd February 2021
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Artists who painted Indian-Singaporean mural feel art helps us recognise other cultures

Created by Indian Gond artist Bhajju Shyam and Singaporean artist Sam Lo for Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and St+art India Foundation (St+art), the collaborative artwork in Little India, Singapore

Published on 26th January 2021
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SC to schedule hearing on pleas pertaining to Maratha reservation on February 5

According to the 102nd amendment to the Constitution, reservation can be granted only if a particular community is named in the list prepared by the President

Published on 20th January 2021
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10 million children in war-ravaged Afghanistan are at risk of starvation, call for funds

The UN and its humanitarian partners will seek USD 1.3 billion in aid for 16 million Afghans in need this year, UN secretary-general spokesman Stephane Dujarric, said

Published on 19th January 2021
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Check out Kerala-based Farmer's Share, a farm where children are taught to live, learn and work for themselves

Set up by Ambrose Kooliyath, the 10-acre land allows adults and young children how to learn and practise every natural skill to support themselves

Published on 13th January 2021
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Jowar puffs or sorghum sticks — take your pick from a variety of yummy and healthy snacks Hyderabad's Mego offers

Love snacking but want to be healthy too? Then, check out Mego's millet-based snacks. We bite into one to tell you why they are tasty, nutritious and can compete with any chips or wafers on any day  

Published on 12th January 2021
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Here's how this 16-year-old became the youngest chef to win 4 silver medals at the Culinary Olympics 2020

16-year-old Yeshwanth from Chennai tells us how he got interested in cooking and culinary arts from his childhood. We find out more

Published on 5th January 2021
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The future of Dining: Will the food industry recover from the setback it faced in 2020?   

Until the pandemic ends, 2021 won’t see buffet dining in social gatherings, office cafeteria, formal events such as seminars and conferences, at least until a vaccine is developed

Published on 2nd January 2021
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Child labor in palm oil industry tied to Girl Scout cookies, finds Associated Press investigation

An Associated Press investigation found most  children earn little or no pay and are routinely exposed to toxic chemicals and other hazardous conditions, while som never go to school 

Published on 29th December 2020
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Here's how this teacher from Kannur converted waste land near his house into a full-fledged farm

Appalled by the waste dumped around his residence, PE teacher Jinal Kumar spent four years cleaning it up and turning it into a farmland that supports the people in the area

Published on 9th December 2020
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World AIDS Day: Meet KG Murali, whom several HIV+ kids in Krishnagiri fondly call 'appa'

K G Murali shares his  journey of setting up Children of Krishnagiri and happiness of being called Appa and his wife as Amma by 200 kids who would have otherwise been orphans and died from HIV

Published on 1st December 2020

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