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15 April, 2018 9:59 AM Karela Juice For Weight Loss: What Makes It A Perfect Drink To Burn Fat

So, it may not be one of the most loved vegetables across the world, but it is a universally acknowledged fact that karela, or bitter gourd, is one of the most nutritious veggies one can add to their diet. The bitter-pungent taste of this wonder veggie may have given karela a 'not-so popular' rep amongst many, but once you develop a taste for these lovely 63

13 September, 2017 2:01 PM Amit Shah has lunch at BJP worker's house in Kolkata

Kolkata: BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday had lunch at the house of a BJP worker in north Kolkata's Cossipore. Shah was given a warm welcome by residents of Lockgate area who blew conch shells, showered petals and performed 'aarti' as he negotiated a narrow lane to reach the house. He enquired about their well-being and the problems being faced by them. Shah sat on the floor 53

3 September, 2017 6:19 PM KAU survey finds most Onam vegetables safe

Farm varsity releases report based on samples taken from shops across State Awareness campaigns and organic farming initiatives seem to be yielding result. Vegetables produced in Kerala for Onam have been found safe and devoid of excess residue of hazardous chemicals, according to a special analysis report from Kerala Agricultural University’s (KAU) 31

28 August, 2017 7:30 PM Vegetable prices remain stable

However, tomatoes and small onions continue to be pricey This week, traders say the prices of many vegetables continue to stay stable. However, the cost of tomatoes increased, taking it to above the ₹ 50-mark and small onions are priced high. According to A. Balu, president of Vellore Town Nethaji Market Kaikari Vyabarigal Sangam, a kilogram of tomatoes 32

3 January, 2017 12:19 PM European Union Lifts 3-Year Ban On Import Of Vegetables From India

Kochi: The European Union has lifted its three-year ban on import of some vegetables from India, an Agriculture Ministry official said in Kochi today. The Union Government received communication from the European Union ending the three-year ban on import of some vegetables, including bitter gourd, snake gourd and aubergines, said a Cochin International 109

19 September, 2016 12:12 AM Vegetable prices jump across Punjab, Haryana

In the wake of supply crunch, prices of vegetables such as peas and beans have surged sharply over the last one week in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. The prices of peas have risen sharply from nearly Rs 80-100 per kg to Rs 120-Rs 140 per kg, traders said on Sunday. Prices of other vegetables available in the retail markets including potato, beans 7

31 August, 2016 9:21 AM Fall of vegetable prices affects farmers, but no benefit to consumers

Raghu, a young farmer from Koravihal village in Raichur taluk, left his village at about 3 a.m. in a light goods-carrier with a load of vegetables to reach wholesale vegetable market at APMC cotton market yard in Raichur an hour later on Wednesday. Unfortunately for him, vegetable prices that began to fall a few weeks ago continued their downward trend 110

25 August, 2016 11:55 AM A Flying Jatt review: Tiger Shroff flies high, the film not so much

Planning to watch Tiger Shroff's A Flying Jatt this weekend? Here's our review. Tiger Shroff has often shared his admiration for Hrithik Roshan, even paying a tribute to the actor at an awards function with a performance. In his third feature, A Flying Jatt, the young actor gets to have his own Krrish moment. At one point he even dresses as what appears 117

10 July, 2016 12:05 AM Brinjal price goes up

The price of brinjal has gone up in the Uzhavar Santhais and open markets in Salem district, due to fall in the arrival. The brinjal was sold at Rs. 18 per kg till a few days ago in the Santhai. With the fall in arrival, the price shot up to Rs. 28 per kg on Friday. Similarly the price of ginger which was priced at Rs. 60 a couple of days ago, is now being 1

24 May, 2016 12:16 AM Spiralling price of tomatoes sours vegetable shopping

The spiralling cost of tomatoes may make shopping for vegetables costlier for consumers. The price of this staple vegetable has shot up by nearly three times from last week, leaving many consumers in shock. According to A. Balu, president of Vellore Town Nethaji Market Kaikari Vyabarigal Sangam, a kilo of tomatoes was priced at Rs. 20 to Rs. 25 last week. “This week, a box of tomatoes 163