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A Coastal Festival Which Brought Back Memories Of Fish!

The Moplah community are from the Malabar region of Kerala, around Calicut. Their food is deeply non-vegetarian, cooked in coconut oil or ghee and not for the faint hearted.

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Disequilibrium | Don't Hold India To Ransom

To challenge a High Court summons with bravado and derring do is a huge judgmental error and to blame it as political vendetta on the BJP is nothing but science fiction. Unless the Congress and its sharp shooters prove this decisively, empirical evidence goes against it completely

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Diamond Detection

Next week, the Indian diamond industry will play host to an international symposium focused on distinguishing between diamonds produced by nature and those produced by machines. This first-of-its-kind B2B event underlines its commitment to ensuring transparency

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The Entire Protein Thing

Lack of enough protein in diet is a common worry among vegetarians. And if you’re one of them, you need to consider how to boost your protein intake

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GMAT 2.0: Guts, Madness And Tenacity?

Airbnb was last valued at $25.5 billion. Considered by many in the capital industry to be one of the most exciting startups in the world, the firm aggregates and rents out spare living space to travellers in a staggering 190 countries around the world.

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The Dharma Of Capitalism

Dharma is a frustrating, almost untranslatable word. Duty, goodness, justice, and law have something to do with it, but they all fall short

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India's Role In Climate Change

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be closely watched as a global leader, and his vision of global emissions reductions will be judged

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How To Recognise Stress

There are two ways to deal with stress. Either you avoid it, or accept that you have to deal with it. In most cases, avoidance may or may not be a choice, dealing with it surely is

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Brand Modi: Sharp But too Niche?

Many years ago as a young consumer researcher, I had the opportunity to work on the revitalisation of a well-reputed but shrinking business. A baby oil from a much-loved MNC.

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Disequilibrium | Prepare For The March Of Civilisation

Rampant urbanisation and unceasing waves of mass migration are putting enormous pressure on already creaking civic infrastructure in urban agglomerates. Ignoring this dangerous trendily is being done at our own peril

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