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Culture  /  Published 19.09.21

Gumnaam hai Koi, Badnaam hai Koi

Anabas testudineus is not everyone’s cup of omega-3. There are arguably more fish eaters who don’t relish the koi or kewra or climbing perch than those who do. “It’s too bony&r...
By Paromita Kar

Opinion  /  Published 17.08.21

Wet and dry: Climate change and farmers

Bhattijam is a 100-household village in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra surrounded by small paddy fields interspersed with forest patches. The village belongs to the Dhivars, a fishing communit...
By Jaideep Hardikar

Jharkhand  /  Published 17.07.21

This July, apples will come from Palamau

A farmer from Sarsout panchayat under Harihurganj block has proven that apples can be grown at a hot place like Palamau where the temperature  ranges between 42 degrees Celsius and 44 degrees Cel...
By Our Correspondent in Daltonganj

Jharkhand  /  Published 29.05.21

IT professional to farmer in 4 years

Ravi Nishad, a 31-year-old IT professional from Bhuli,  has expanded his organic farming initiative drastically in four years with a team of over 60 people growing a wide variety of fruits, veget...
By Praduman Choubey in Dhanbad

Food  /  Published 26.05.21

Adding the ‘ME’ in meal

Vidisha Bathwal is the founder of Paprika Gourmet, an exotic artisan catering service brand in Calcutta. She’s also a passionate foodie and a fitness enthusiast ...
By Vidisha Bathwal

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West Bengal  /  Published 20.05.21

Bengal help rebuilds life

Fisherman and farmer Ram Bag, 43, a resident of Mohonpur village at Haroa in North 24-Parganas, was left devastated a year ago as Cyclone Amphan destroyed both his home and livelihood. A year later, R...
By Subhasish Chaudhuri

Calcutta  /  Published 09.04.21

Decapitated body found in Salt Lake

A decapitated and partially decomposed body of a man was recovered from near a water body in Mahisbathan, on the fringes of Salt Lake, on Thursday, police said. The identity of the man, in his late 3...
By A Staff Reporter in Mahisbathan

Opinion  /  Published 10.03.21

Act now: Myanmar military coup

Sir — History is replete with instances which show that it is difficult to dislodge a military government from the saddle once it is firmly astride. In Myanmar, the junta has a history of forcib...
By The Telegraph

Education  /  Published 16.02.21

Farming is an endangered profession

YES Standard of living These days, a lot of jobs offer a high standard of living. The farmers work very hard to earn money so that they can send their children to schools and make them capable enoug...
By The Telegraph

Jharkhand  /  Published 20.01.21

Palamau goes gaga over oranges

Palamau district has now joined the orange cultivator group of India as this season, it sold Rs 5 lakh worth of the citrus fruit, at Rs 30 per kilogram. The credit for this goes to horticulture scien...
By Our Correspondent in Daltonganj


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