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Saffron
Books  /  Published 04.01.19

The power of hatred generated by 2014 election

Further, Uday Chandra analyses the complicated negotiations in the somewhat politically marginal Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. Also, the Aam Aadmi Party remains in contention as a welfare-oriented centr...
By Raziuddin Aquil in

India  /  Published 21.10.18

Adulteration alarm on saffron sold in India

A limited but nationwide study has found that nearly half of samples of saffron, the most expensive among spices used in sweets and condiments, sold in India were adulterated and none met the top colo...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 22.04.19

The Modi regime bares its saffron fangs

For the religious Hindu, saffron is the colour of sacrifice, of piety, of renunciation. For proponents of political Hindutva — the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Bharatiya Janata Party, Vishwa Hindu P...
By Manini Chatterjee in

India  /  Published 09.03.19

Highway through hell

Twenty years ago, as the war over Kargil began to pirouette, was when I first went into Badami Bagh, the vast garrison headquarters of the 15th Corps on Srinagar’s southern flank. Journalists requir...
By Sankarshan Thakur in

India  /  Published 22.01.19

BJP carpet-bombed by colour in Bengal

Birbhum was all set to give Amit Shah a taste of Bengal’s famed hospitality and roll out the red carpet when word spread that the BJP president had cancelled his visit to Suri on Wednesday.Just as w...
By Snehamoy Chakraborty in Suri

Style  /  Published 04.03.20

Saffron works wonders for skin

Saffron, one of the most famous spices, was used in Ayurveda from long ago to enhance beauty. Even though extremely expensive, saffron is still used widely in skincare. It is rich in nutrients and can...
By Ishrat Ansar in


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