3 Different Ways to Enjoy Fishing for the First Time

Fishing is a sport that requires time, patience, and dedication. For many, fishing is actually about the bonding time that friends can spend together; catching some fresh fish is simply a fun perk. For others, fishing is actually a relatively cheap way to bring a healthy protein to the family table. The first fishing experience is truly about learning to bait the line, learn about lures and local species, and how to operate a fishing rod to catch some great specimens. Visiting a Stocked Lake Stocked lakes are the perfect…

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Khichdi recipes: 5 healthy and tasty varieties you can whip up in no time

The on-going debate on Khichdi is a hilarious one. Soon after, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, the minister of Food Processing Industries of India announced their plan to promote the humble dish as ‘brand India food’, Twitterati went crazy. If all this talk about Khichdi has left you yearning for some, then here are five easy recipes you can whip up in no time! From dal khichdi, dalia khichdi, to our all-time favourite, vegetable khichdi, indulge in a plate of piping hot goodness! Sabudana Khichdi Ingredients 1 cup – Sabudana 1 – Tomato, diced 1…

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Khichdi recipes: 5 healthy and tasty varieties you can whip up in no time

The on-going debate on Khichdi is a hilarious one. Soon after, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, the minister of Food Processing Industries of India announced their plan to promote the humble dish as ‘brand India food’, Twitterati went crazy. If all this talk about Khichdi has left you yearning for some, then here are five easy recipes you can whip up in no time! From dal khichdi, dalia khichdi, to our all-time favourite, vegetable khichdi, indulge in a plate of piping hot goodness! Sabudana Khichdi Ingredients 1 cup – Sabudana 1 – Tomato, diced 1…

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Poorest Countries Are Having Hardest Time Ramping Up Food Output

Countries that are most in need of more food to feed their impoverished populations tend to be the ones where farmers have the hardest time expanding production. In low-income nations, agricultural productivity rose at a rate of 1.24 percent annually as of 2017, according to an annual study from the Global Harvest Initiative, a research organization sponsored by Deere & Co., Monsanto Co., Smithfield Foods Inc. and other businesses and nonprofits. That’s down from last year and less than the 1.75 percent needed to meet food needs in 2050. “If agricultural productivity…

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6 Goan Desserts You’d Love to Binge on the Next Time You Are in Goa

What’s the point of visiting a city without having to savour its local cuisine and drinks? Goan cuisine is something that is unmissable. It is largely influenced by Saraswat, Konkani, Portuguese, South Indian and British cuisine. Not only the local cuisine and drinks, but Goan desserts are known for their uniqueness and flavours. They may not be as popular as the Vindalooor seafood, but anyone’s who been to Goa would know that desserts here are no less sinful. The traditional desserts are popularly made during festivals in most Goan homes, so…

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Tea time snack: Try making these yummy, healthy Sooji Dhoklas

I came home (India) after almost 5 months, craving for mom’s cooking and all things nice. The first morning, mom made sprouts salad for breakfast and I almost cringed saying I eat this all the time. I told her – This one week that I am at home is my food binge week and I want no healthy stuff. Well we can’t really take ‘healthy’ out of mother’s cooking. My mom doesn’t like to make the traditional besan dhokla but dad loves it so she came up with sooji dhoklas….

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8 Innovative Samosa Fillings to Make Snack Time a Lip-Smacking Affair

A traditionalsamosa is perhaps the most popular Indian appetiser or street food . Talking about samosas, the first thing that we visualise is fried, golden pyramids stuffed with spicy potatoes and green peas along with peanuts and raisins put in for good measure. Samosa is said to have originated in the Middle East (where it is known as sambosa), and was introduced to the Indian subcontinent by traders from central Asia. Today, they have become the most favourite and generic snack among Indians. We Indians love to give international food an Indian taste; that is why hamburgers…

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JAC 12th (Arts) result 2017 date and time: Check results online at jac.nic.in and jharresults.nic

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) is likely to announce the result of Intermediate Class 12 Arts stream result 2017 on June 20. This year, a total of 3, 26,107 students have appeared for the Intermediate examination out of which a total of 90,871 were from science stream, 47,622 from commerce while 1, 87,610 from arts. Once announced, the students can check their grades on the official websites – jac.nic.in, jharresults.nic and examresults.net. The JAC Class 12 Intermediate Arts examination were conducted from February 18 to March 7 this year. The…

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Sale in India Today: Time, Variants, Where to Buy, and More

The much-awaited Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 sale will start on Wednesday at 12pm on the two official channels – Flipkart and Mi.com. Redmi Note 4 (Review) price in India starts at Rs. 9,999 for the variant with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage. The variant with 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage is priced at Rs. 10,999, and the 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage model costs Rs. 12,999. The smartphone, available in Gold, Grey, Matte Black, and Silver colour options, was launched in India in January. Just a day ahead of the Redmi Note 4 sale, rival Honor 6X…

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It’s time to put food policy back on the table

During the farm crisis of the 1980s, an Iowa farmer asked if I knew the difference between a family farmer and a pigeon. When I said no, he delighted in explaining, “A pigeon can still make a deposit on a new John Deere.” That’s funny, except that it really isn’t. Worse, the bitter reality of the tractor joke is still true: The farm crisis has not gone away, though hundreds of thousands of farm families have. The economic devastation in farm country continues unabated as agribusiness profiteers, Wall Street speculators, urban…

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