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Cinnamon

It brings great aroma to pulav or biryani. It spices up the mutton curry or paneer. Can be added whole or powdered. Can be added to your tea or coffee or even desserts. 138 more words

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India’s remote villages hold fast to food traditions

The northeastern Indian region of Meghalaya is rich in native food traditions. Sandwiched between Bangladesh and Bhutan, and with Myanmar to its east, Meghalaya is a lush, hilly area of forests and lakes, with high rainfall, spectacular waterfalls and “living” bridges woven from trees that attract local tourism. 111 more words

Policy

First Rule of Police Bazaar: You bargain till you die.

..or buy.

There’s no Rule 2.

This golden nugget of wisdom was dished out by our acquaintance at Shillong and taken to heart by my parents, uncle and aunt.  1,037 more words

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Recruitment in Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)

Recruitment in Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the vacancies of

Name of Post:-
Lower Division Clerk(LDC)- (9 Posts) 160 more words

Recruitment

Trails of clouds

I almost fell on my face! As I climbed on top of the sumo with my friends and took the ride to famous river island of Nongkhnum River. 414 more words

‘Extinct’ Frog Rediscovered in NE India

A bizarre frog that breeds inside trees and lays eggs for its tadpoles to eat has been rediscovered in northeastern India after 150 years.

Last recorded in the wild in 1870, Jerdon’s tree frog was feared extinct until scientists found it during a three-year search that began in 2007. 290 more words