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Make Your Own Instant Noodles Masala At Home

When I was a child I use to steal the silver packets from the family packs of instant noodles and lick them clean. And then, of course, my mother used to scold me for leaving those packets of noodles to waste. In my defense, there is nothing tastier than the salty, sweet, and spicy masala well-suited for our taste buds at any ... Read More »

7 simple and easy tips to keep the chicken moist in your recipes

1. The art of cooking Cooking is an art and to be a skilled artisan you need to know the tricks and tips right to fill the canvas called plate with colours in form of flavourful and tender dishes. Today, we are going to share some simple and easy tips to play with chicken correctly so that when you cook ... Read More »

Jamuns For Summer: 5 Unbeatable Reasons To Add Black Plums To Your Diet

Deep purple hue, tarty sweet, sour taste and loads of memories – jamuns are olive-sized packets of nostalgia that take many of us back to our childhoods and make us long for simpler days. Most Indians have extremely fond childhood memories of gorging on these beautiful fruits on sunny days, and then checking each other’s tongues for a purple patch left behind ... Read More »

Ramphal (Bullock’s Heart) Benefits And Ways To Use It In Your Daily Diet!

Mother Nature has bestowed us with a plethora of amazing fruits that have abundant health promoting properties. Out of the treasure trove of beautiful looking fruits, there is ramphal, also known as bullock’s heart, which is known to have numerous health and beauty benefits. This green coloured ripened fruit is believed to have high amounts of antioxidants, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus and a ... Read More »

How to choose the right wisteria for your garden

When the Far East gave the West her first wisteria vines, they tricked us out of our flowers. Plant hunters were given seeds of Wisteria sinensis, not plants, to take back home to France and England. The sharers failed to explain these incredible vines share a wide variation in flowering age. Most flower from 8 to 12 years after germination. ... Read More »

6 lessons for your first job

Unless you are extremely lucky, your first job is usually not your dream job. Sometimes, it is a pain the neck. Keep in mind, however, that no matter how much you hate it, this is where you will learn the ropes. The lessons – sometimes painful – you learn here will equip you with the skills necessary to land the ... Read More »

Struggling with your mental health? Adopt a pet to help you

Your pet is good for your mental health, according to a study. Researchers from the universities of Liverpool, Manchester and Southampton suggest that pets provide benefits to those with mental health conditions. A previous study said that for individuals suffering from various mental illness, pets can provide them with unconditional support as well as help manage stigma. There is increasing recognition ... Read More »

The day to take down your Christmas tree

Christmas trees can light up a gloomy mood, especially when you help put it together. Photo: Pixabay Your guests loved your Christmas tree during the holidays, but now we are into the new year and some of your family members have asked when the tree will be taken down. Which makes you wonder, when is the right time to take ... Read More »

Readers recommend playlist: your songs about education

‘Hot for teacher’ – Van Halen in concert in 1981. Photograph: MediaPunch/REX Shutterstock Here is this week’s playlist – songs picked by a reader from hundreds of suggestions on last week’s callout. Thanks for taking part. Read more about how our weekly series works at the end of the piece. After 30 years living in Madrid and a quarter of a ... Read More »

How over-the-counter antibiotics can threaten your health

With the growth of antibiotic resistance complicating treatments for several diseases in India, we might reach a stage where common infections become incurable. Antibiotic resistance is a global threat to health and is part of a bigger problem called antimicrobial resistance (AMR). AMR refers to the ability of a microorganism (like bacteria, viruses, and some parasites) to stop an antimicrobial (such as ... Read More »