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June 21 is celebrated as the International Yoga Day as declared by United Nations
Cucumbers belong to the same plant family as squash, pumpkin, and watermelon (the Cucurbitaceae family).
‘Finger-food that can be made at the eleventh hour to be consumed immediately’ sums up this crispy, traditional preparation.
She continues to carry that modest and unassuming charm in her personality that would have possibly swayed the people of Dunedin in the late 1990s to vote for her Mayoralty three times in succession and with an increasing number of votes.
#Exclusive: In conversation with Bollywood singer Armaan Malik and music composer Amaal Malik
In Ayurveda, ginger and turmeric or haldi are key ingredients for treating several ailments. We take a deeper look at which root is better for health – ginger or turmeric?
Once considered quite exotic, mushrooms have slowly but steadily made a place for themselves on the Indian platter. In fact, no Indian tapas menu is really complete without including them.
In an emotive and thought-provoking piece, Prayas Theatre Company delves into the lives of the early Indian settlers in New Zealand and tracks the story of the generations who followed them
Do you spend too much time on your smartphone during mealtime, playtime and routine activities or conversations with your kids? If so, it may lead to behavioural issues in your children, warned researchers.
While drinking enough water is a prerequisite, you can also replenish water lost through sweat by consuming foods that are not only high in water content but also low in calories.

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