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  • MSP Cobweb: Farmers Losing Crores Every Day!

    While increasing the MSP for 21 Rabi crops, including wheat recently, Government said that it's a historic step to double farmer's income. In July Government increased the MSP of Khareef crops as well. But, available government data portrays a different picture. Gaon Connection found astonishing...

  • Women of Rajasthan step forward to colour their lives

    Bikaner: Tie and dye has quite a colorful history in the textile industry of India. It is amongst the oldest traditions of Rajasthan that is still in practice. As the name suggests, the art involves tying and dyeing of fabrics into various colors to bring out various patterns out of which Leherriya...

  • Navratri Special Recipe: Amaranth Leaves & Buckwheat Cheela

    Amaranth leaves and buckwheat flour are a combination made in heaven if you are making a savoury pancake. A firm, crisp exterior and soft inside of a pancake that takes very little effort to make. Buckwheat is a pseudo-grain, a seed actually, that is eaten during Navratri fasting and is a good...

  • Unhealthy Soil Is Making You Malnourished!

    Your doctor prescribes Vitamin and Iron tablets regularly? It's not the fault of your doctor, it's because of the food you take. Undernourished food is reaching our plates after growing in unhealthy soils. If you'll pay attention to your medical prescriptions of the last few years, you'll...

  • Delhi's Qutb Minar Gets Competition From A Tower Of Garbage

    In a recent report, a parliamentary committee has pulled up India's environment ministry and the Delhi government for their inaction. It exhorted them to take urgent steps to address the issue.The committee recommended development of a green belt with a massive tree plantation exercise on Delhi's...

  • A Day In The Life Of A Boatman

    It is seven in the morning and the ghat is packed with the pilgrims and locals arrived to take a dip in the holiest river of India, the Ganga. While the boatmen wait for their customers, lined up in one corner of the ghat, 71-year-old Jayant Kumar Shukla chants a prayer to the sacred river Ganga,...

  • Naxal Area's Women Would Raise Local Issues As Community Journalists

    'I never thought I would ever learn Journalism. Yes, my son bothered me a bit, but I would have missed so much had I not come.' Twenty-three years old Rinky Devi chuckles with Joy after completing four days journalism workshop organised in the capital city of Indian State Jharkhand, Ranchi.Rinky...

  • Bundelkhand: No Water For Swacch Bharat Toilets

    Chitrakoot: She measures water out of a steel pot to pour it into the potato curry. 'This much should be enough. Salt would ensure the further cooking,' Kamla Devi said as she increased the flame of her stove. Then she kept the water left in the pot aside for drinking, covering it with a steel...

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