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  • A Makar Sankranti feast with these super tasty traditional foods: Join us
    FoodA Makar Sankranti feast with these super tasty traditional foods: Join us

    This festive weekend calls for some traditional foods to taste. Where the sky in Gujarat will glitter with colorful kites, the land of Punjab will say play 'nagada'. While Tamil Nadu will pray for wealth and prosperity this year, Assam will swing with the tune of Bihu song. This year Makar Sankranti/Pongal falls on 15th January. However, in some part of India, the festival will be celebrated on 14th January.

  • These foods can give you bright skin, dermatologists say
    FoodThese foods can give you bright skin, dermatologists say

    When it’s about your skin and appearances, it's about the food you eat. Dermatologists say that there are a few foods which help to boost collagen, fight against wrinkles and in general gives a flawless healthy skin. So, here goes the list of foods which, if included in dietary routine, can give you bright skin forever.

  • Eat well to get double rewards from your brain: Study
    FoodEat well to get double rewards from your brain: Study

    The study has been focused over the connection our brain develops with the digestive system to instigate food intake, helping in providing a clue to why we sometimes overeat the food we crave.

  • Maggi has poisonous lead in it: SC gives admittance to the hearing
    FoodMaggi has poisonous lead in it: SC gives admittance to the hearing

    Yet again, the popular Nestle brand is in danger. In a major setback, the company admitted to the presence of lead in its popular FMCG product of popular noodles. The Supreme Court, today, gave admittance by the lawyers of the company as the case was being heard.

  • Food lovers, here's top Indian foods ordered online in 2018
    FoodFood lovers, here's top Indian foods ordered online in 2018

    Here go the best Indian foods of the year! After thorough survey with the help of top food delivery networks online, it has been revealed that foodies in India ordered most desi foods online in 2018. The statics showed that Indians got experimental with international cuisines and also little health conscious with their choice of food.

  • Made In India: A regal feast with Delhi 6 'tadka'
    FoodMade In India: A regal feast with Delhi 6 'tadka'

    Have you been yearning to visit Purani Dilli to gorge on authentic kebabs, nihari, phirni and the like -- but the fear of large crowds and congested areas is holding you back? Then head to Radisson Blu's "Made In India" fine-dining restaurant, which, besides excelling in Avadhi and Lucknowi cuisines, has now added Delhi 6 "tadka" to its menu to entice and appease the palate of its patrons.

  • Glitter on your Christmas cake may not be edible
    FoodGlitter on your Christmas cake may not be edible

    Are you planning to use decorative glitter and dust on your Christmas cake? If so, take note. Some of them are not meant to be eaten, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned.

  • Don't drink water after eating these foods, here's why
    FoodDon't drink water after eating these foods, here's why

    At some point, we cannot ignore the do's and don'ts mentioned in the ancient Indian science books. Mostly, when it is about health, we need to pay special consideration. Drinking water after consuming certain foods may result in serious health consequences. Ayurveda says that certain combinations can disturb the normal functioning of the stomach and create imbalance in our body.

  • Ayurvedic foods controls diabetes naturally: These may help you
    FoodAyurvedic foods controls diabetes naturally: These may help you

    Diabetes is a threat to healthy life, these days. Study say that it is one of the common causes of disability around the world. A study published in the journal Lancet mentions that about 98 million Indians are predicted to be diabetic by the year 2030.