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  • Salt-Degradation Affects Crop Yield in India

    According to a new United Nations study, salt-induced land degradation has been on the rise. Salt-degradation is common in arid and semi-arid areas that receive less rainfall because of which there isn't enough water seeping ...

  • Dambuk: Reaching This Land of Oranges is an Adventure in Itself

    They say getting to Dambuk in the Lower Dibang Valley, which is said to be India's 10th-least populous district, is an adventure itself.

  • Singapore Takeout: Delhi Edition

    Ask any traveler about the fastest way to spark a connection on a foreign land and 'food' will be the quick retort every time, followed by a warm mellow smile. So it's no wonder when ...

  • Palak Paneer to Tandoori - Indian Food a Hit in Helsinki

    When one thinks of this Land of the Midnight Sun, the first thing that comes to one's mind is reindeer meat. But this capital city of Finland boasts of at least two dozen Indian restaurants ...

  • Can a Fruitarian Diet Land You in Hospital?

    Ashton Kutcher says he was 'doubled over in pain' because of his fruit-only diet. So what is the truth about fruitarianism? For anyone who thinks fruit is only dangerous if it falls on your head, ...

  • Made in Japan

    Aoi, Bandra's new Japanese cuisine restaurant, comes as a breath of fresh air amid over-hyped specialty restaurants. It's a tribute to the Land of the Rising Sun, complete with authentic flavours and traditional culinary techniquesWe ...

  • Rare, but Well-Done

    Vegetarian steaks now feature on the menus of select gourmet restaurants in the city. Sonal Ved taps the trend....Imagine an angel suddenly sweeping down out of a better land and setting before him a mighty ...

  • 'There's a Lot of Work in Making Chorizo'

    An unusual wedding gift of a pair of pigs set Jon and Charlotte Clarkson on the road to producing high-quality pork products.We live and work high on the Yorkshire wolds, on land that Jon's family ...

  • Hitting the food trail in Lucknow is a pilgrimage!

    Hitting the food trail in Lucknow is a pilgrimage! In this land of indulgent nawabs and haute Awadhi cuisine, a lavish dastarkhwan - Persian for a well-laid-out spread of dishes - awaits worshippers of good ...

  • Food in season: eating off the land in November

    Rohan Anderson cooks outside on cool evenings - young vegetables, rabbits and shiny trout make their way into the potWeather has everything to do with my food supply. I have to accept what it delivers, ...

  • Food in season: eating off the land in February

    An abundance of summer produce leads Rohan Anderson to his inner vegetarian - and an epiphany with cauliflowerSummer! It really is here! It's not only the veil of bushfire smoke that indicates the height of ...

  • Indian food gaining popularity in Vienna

    In a land of traditional cafes churning out an array of cakes, pastries and muffins, Indian desserts like gulab jamun, kulfi and mango lassi have managed to win many a heart. Vienna, the historically-rich capital ...

  • Tomatoes May Trigger Bad Body Odour!

    Bad body adour can land you in very embarrassing situations. As the weather warms ups, the heat and the sweat add to the woes. Contrary to what most might think, sweat is not the sole ...

  • 4 Health Tips to Keep in Mind While on a Holiday

    Holidays are a great time to unwind and relax, but often most of us get carried away and land ourselves in a rather unhealthy muddle. Here are some do's and don'ts that you should keep ...

  • World Cup Tourists, Get Ready to Pay Sky-High Prices for Food & More

    World Cup visitors, welcome to Brazil, land of soccer, sun and sky-high prices.Unlike nearby Latin American nations where a tourist's U.S. dollar or European Union euro seemingly stretches forever, Brazil is astoundingly expensive. If one's ...

  • Why Public Toilets in London Are Turning Into Cafes

    With spiralling land prices turning even the darkest corners of London into potential goldmines, the city's forgotten spaces, including 19th-century public toilets, are blossoming into restaurants, cafes and boutiques. Many Victorian urinals remained...

  • Trend Alert: Fusion Indian on the Dessert Menu

    There's no getting around it, Indians have a (very) sweet tooth. In fact, the early visitors to India called it the land of sweets. This sweet love has roots that reach back to the Indian ...

  • This Indian Sweet is Being Made for Over 225 Years!

    Mumbai or the erstwhile Bombay was originally an archipelago of seven islands. Colaba, Little Colaba or Old Woman's Island, Isle of Bombay, Mazgaon, Mahim, Worli and Parel. These were connected to each other through a ...

  • 'Guerrilla Gardening' Takes Root in Hunger-Hit Mali

    The "guerrilla growers" do not own the land they're cultivating but property rules aren't stopping them from trying to feed themselves in one of the world's poorest countries.

  • Milking It: Israel Leads the Way in Dairy Tech

    Decades ago Israeli dairy farmers confronted a quandary - how could they provide milk to a fast-growing population in a country that is two-thirds desert, with little grazing land?

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