COVID-19 has changed how Ayurveda centres administer treatments

Ayurveda centres are taking additional precautions at the same time as they soak up sufferers for necessary wellness treatments throughout…

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Two friends launch Reading Room Co., an online publication platform for budding authors and poets

  Voracious reader Shruthi Dileep observes that whereas writers in lots of Indian languages, particularly Malayalam and Tamil, have loads…

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Reintroducing uncultivated edible plants into our kitchens

Many of the indigenous plants we dismiss and destroy have deep roots within the nutrient-rich conventional diets of Kerala and…

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Picturesque and articulate photos that capture the spirit of Thiruvananthapuram

Lensman Mahesh Harilal’s assortment of images is an ode to Kerala’s capital Mahesh Harilal can’t cease gushing about Thiruvananthapuram —…

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The meeting starts now

As we proceed to Work From Home, one query has us divided. Should we hold the video on or off…

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Now pitched as climate adaptive food, Kerala’s heritage Pokkali rice cultivation needs support

Kerala’s Pokkali farmers want support to develop this indigenous rice that weathers floods, is salt tolerant and offsets floor water…

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How one man in Kochi is putting some of the city’s vacant plots to use by farming vegetables, organically

Meet the man utilizing unused plots in Kochi to develop natural tomatoes, amaranth, bok choy, thyme, celery, kale and extra…

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Friendships sustained virtually are a source of strength during the pandemic

Every night since lockdowns first started in March, Mridul George, has been ‘meeting’ 16 pals and colleagues virtually over a…

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COVID-19:Friendships sustained virtually are a source of strength during the pandemic

Every night since lockdowns first started in March, Mridul George, has been ‘meeting’ 16 pals and colleagues virtually over a…

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Kerala photographer’s alluring monochromatic images of wildlife

Colour in {a photograph} turns into a barrier in seeing ‘differently’, believes Praveen P Mohandas whose photographic repertoire is nearly…

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