Taking care of the pulses are important since they can easily get infected with bugs and other particles if not taken care of. Here we have 5 easy tips to store your pulses.
World Pulses Day: Dal is a staple food for almost every Indian. Let's find out some of the popular dal recipes that can make for a nutritious and wholesome meal.
Did you know that there is a right way to soak and eat pulses? If not then check this out! Rujuta Diwaker explains the rules of having pulses.
Pulses have been a part of the Indian diet since ages. Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar took to Instagram to share their health benefits.
India, which consumes nearly 22 million tonnes of pulses annually, sources yellow peas and lentils mainly from Canada and the United States.
Australian and Canadian farmers raised pulses area to cater to Indian demand.
The central government on Friday urged BRICS nations to help meet the supply-demand gap in pulses and edible oils in the country.
Indian variety of rice and pulses may soon be grown in Nigeria, a substantial importer of food grains, as it aims to make agriculture the biggest alternative to oil and gas business to diversify its ...
Madhya Pradesh aims to raise production of pulses by 60 percent in the next three years to help Prime Minister Narendra Modi achieve his goal of making the country self-sufficient in the staple, the state's ...
Pulses nutrition: Make the most of their benefits; follow these 5 simple steps.