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11 July, 2018 1:37 PM Fibre-Rich Foods For Diabetes: 5 Foods That Manage Blood Sugar Levels

If you are looking to give your health a clean sweep, then add foods that are rich in fibre to your daily diet. Our hectic lives don't allow us to pay attention to our daily nutritional requirements. The meals we consume usually fulfil the requirement for only one or two food groups, which is not enough for the proper functioning of the body. Fibre plays 132

9 July, 2018 5:05 AM Typhoid Diet: Here's What You Should Eat And Avoid If You Have Typhoid

The typhoid diet should make up for carbs and fat content in the body. Protein-based foods are an extremely important part of the typhoid diet.Here's what you should eat and avoid when suffering from typhoid. 1. A high-calorie diet is recommended for all patients suffering from typhoid. High amount of calories in the body prevent the weight loss that takes 145

25 June, 2018 6:57 PM Congress putting on false bravado: KTR

IT Minister K.T. Rama Rao on Monday ridiculed the Congress for displaying empty courage on facing early elections in the State. The TRS, Congress and people are well aware about the outcome in the event of early elections. Yet, the Congress showed unrealistic courage, Mr. Rao said while speaking at a meeting organised on the occasion of the State rice millers 62

25 June, 2018 2:00 PM Nothing to do with Agusta Westland helicopter scam: KRBL

The KRBL Ltd said that it is "totally unaware about his internal workings" and the company is not in any way connected with Khaitan since 2013. As its stock price fell sharply by 20 per cent today, Basmati rice-exporting firm KRBL clarified that it has nothing to do with the Agusta Westland helicopter scam, and also not aware of the recent arrest of Gautam 45

17 June, 2018 1:04 PM Ten Delhi Gurudwaras To Implement Food Safety Rules In Serving Langar

The more strict food safety and hygiene standards have been put in 10 gurudwaras where about 1 lakh devotees partake langar. The more strict food safety and hygiene standards have been put in place at all the 10 gurudwaras where about 1 lakh devotees partake langar, said Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjit Singh 84

14 June, 2018 11:18 AM A crispy frisbee of a dosa

What the laddu is to Tirupati, the ‘Azhagarkoil dosa’ is to Madurai. The crsipy fried dosa that is the prasadam of the Perumal temple is something unique and not found elsewhere. And it's also not everyday that one can travel 20 kms across the city to eat the much acclaimed dosa. But there's one place in town where dosas similar in taste, texture and flavour 30

12 June, 2018 4:33 AM What’s for lunch? Trump, Kim summit menu a blend of Western, Asian flavours

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will be served a working lunch that combines the flavours of East and West during their historic meeting in Singapore on Tuesday. A menu released by the White House showed the two leaders will sit down to starters that include prawn cocktail and avocado salad, a Southeast Asian-flavoured 85

11 June, 2018 5:00 PM Rice exports may drop by up to 1 million tonnes in FY19

The country's rice exports is likely to reduce by 0.5-1 million tonne (mt) in the current financial year due to a possible reduction in imports by Bangladesh, a report said here. In last financial year, the country's exports increased nearly 18 percent year-on-year to 12.7 mt in FY18, due to increased demand for non-basmati rice from Bangladesh, Africa 98

10 June, 2018 8:24 AM India, Uzbekistan to route their trade though Chabahar

Part of New Delhi’s growing engagement with resource-rich Central Asia. India and Uzbekistan are set to route their trade through the Iranian port of Chabahar as part of New Delhi’s growing engagement with resource-rich Central Asia. Briefing the media on Saturday, Foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale said that during talks between Prime Minister Narendra 153

28 May, 2018 6:15 PM Navara lands in IP rights row

Govt opposes farmer’s bid to gain rights for its conservation The nearly extinct rice variety Navara is in the thick of a controversy with the government opposing attempts of a farmer to gain Intellectual Property (IP) rights over its conservation under the Protection of Plant Variety and Farmers Right Act, 2001 (PPVFR Act). While the government and the Kerala 98