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They are veteran foresters and nature lovers, having honed their knowledge from the jungles of Palamu. They take us for a long drive across the river through a part of the Rajaji National Park...They point out to us trees laden with red berries,
Even as Mona Singh is going through a personal turmoil, due to a lookalike obscene video clip, things seem to be looking up for her in her serial Kya Hua Tera Vaada on Sony. The coming week will see her character, also called Mona tying the knot with
Married women in the city were engaged in applying mehndi on their hands and seen in beauty parlours to look their best for Karva Chauth, which is on Friday. Among the most important days for married women and girls of marriageable age alike, Karva
Padmini Narayanan, wife of West Bengal Governor M K Narayanan, on Sunday participated in the Manicktala Chaltabagan Lohapatti Durgapuja committee's celebration of 'Bijoya Dashami' here. Manicktala Chaltabagan Lohapatti Durgapuja committee organised '
June 9, 2012 Spirit of Shillong As a proud Shillongite, it felt wonderful to find our good old Lou Majaw featured in your Magazine (Blowin' in the hills, Mini Anthikad Chhibber, June 3). Growing up in Shillong, I can totally relate with its musical
Bargain Fever at Indian Expo Sateesh Maharaj Tuesday, June 8th 2010 This mannequin shows off bridal sari. ong before political parties got together to talk about unity, various incarnations of the India Instyle Expo were uniting peoples of various
Sindoor, the vermillion powder applied along the hairline or as a dot on the forehead, had the highest contamination levels of some 157 products tested by Boston researchers, with some samples consisting of almost 50 percent lead, according to a
Boston researchers have linked lead poisoning in four local children to imported Indian powders and food spices, and follow-up tests found some ceremonial powders and spices sold in local specialty grocery stores contained detectable amounts of the
Young children who regularly ingest Indian spices and ceremonial powders like vermilion, or sindoor, may be exposed to lead, a dangerous neurotoxin, an American study has claimed. The study carried out by researchers at Children’s Hospital Boston and
The curry powder in your cabinet may pose a lead poisoning risk to your children, according to a new study. Researchers in Boston have linked at least four cases of lead poisoning in children to the use of Indian spices or ceremonial powders.