Rahul Upadhyay

Writer, Blogger, Foodie, Foodblogger, Recipe Writer, Contemporary Writing

Why Indian Women Must Eat With Their Families, And How It Can Change ...

Morthala (Sirohi region): When the ladies of this southwestern Rajasthan town sat down to eat, it was for the most part after whatever remains of the family had completed its supper — the men in the first place, the youngsters next and themselves last. T

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More Education, Fewer Child Brides, Healthier Children

More than 13 million immature young ladies in the vicinity of 10 and 19 years–equivalent to the number of inhabitants in South Sudan –were wedded in India in 2011, as per registration information, however less proficient ladies were hitched as youngsters

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Why India Needs To Count Its Broken Toilets

In 2016, upwards of 96.5% of country basic government schools in India had toilets , however more than one of every four toilets (27.79%) were useless
or bolted, as indicated by information gathered for the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) , a n

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C-Section Rates Reveal The Need For Smarter Indian Healthcare Policy

In 2011-12, over half of conveyances in nine of 10 Telangana areas were cesarean segment conveyances (C-segments) , as per an examination of region level wellbeing information. In examination, none of the locale in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh

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19 Indians Die Daily In Drink-Driving Mishaps. Here’s How That Can Ch...

India's day by day drink-driving loss of life of 19 could be diminished if police checking is made erratic to drivers who right now know where to expect checks, another communitarian consider between American analysts and the Rajasthan police has fou

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Why Pundalikrao Ukarde Does Not Want To Raise Cows Anymore

Small farmers in Maharashtra are upset with the new restrictions on cattle trade for slaughter, we visit two cultivators in Aurangabad and Latur to understand the place of livestock in the agrarian cycle In Karmad village of Aurangabad taluka and distric

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New Chinese Naval Deployments In Indian Ocean

China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLA-N) has 283 major surface combatant warships, four times more than those under the control of the Indian Navy (66), according to an IndiaSpend analysis of publicly available data. Read the complete Story

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India Less Violent Than 2016, But Less Peaceful Than Decade Ago

Reduction in violent crimes and increased law enforcement saw India improve its peace ranking by four positions from 2016, but it is less peaceful than it was a decade ago, according to the 2017 Global Peace Index (GPI), released by the Institute for

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Why 581 Million Indians Endure India’s Worst Healthcare

Nine of India’s poorest states–home to 581 million or 48% of India’s population–account for 70% of the country’s infant deaths, 75% of under-five deaths and 62% of maternal deaths, but do not spend even the money they have set aside for healthcare, accordi

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Health issues in India

Health Issues in India

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Dead In Cow-Related Violence

Nearly 87% of the Muslim die in communal fight which is resulting in protest against Government and Religious Safety. The Story related to the issue was been shared on a online news website India Spend. You can read the complete story here

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Chef Shagun Mehra: I Want To Unearth The Past And Celebrate It

Chef Shagun Mehra. “A family that ‘cooks’ together, stays together” is the mantra that pushed Chef Shagun Mehra to pursue a career in food. India Food Network spoke to the talented chef and wine connoisseur about her food philosophy, inspiration and how

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IFN Reviews: Brunch Menu At Desi Deli, Andheri

Tucked away in a small lane in Oshiwara, is the newest outlet of Desi Deli, an eatery serving hot dogs. After an overwhelming response at their Bandra outlet, owners Lolita Sarkar and Amitabh Sinha decided to open one in Andheri, and it sure is a good deci

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Cook It 5 Ways: Potatoes

Potatoes are a great party food . Everyone loves potatoes. And why not? This simple vegetable is one of the most versatile of its kind. You can fry it, bake it, roast it, even mash it and still taste amazing. Right from French fries to mashed potatoes, p

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India’s Renewables Investment in 2016 = Cost Of 11 Coal-Fired Power P...

A week after US President Donald Trump accused India–falsely, as Factchecker reported on June 2, 2017–of being free to add as many coal-fired power plants that it wanted, a new global report has recognised India’s effort to increase the role of renewable

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Hate Your Veggies? Eat Them As Desserts!

Hate Your Veggies? Eat Them As Desserts! Sweet Potato and Chocolate Cake at The Sassy Spoon Most of us have eaten shakarkandi or sweet potato chaat on the streets of Delhi. But, have you ever eaten desserts made with sweet potato? Yes, swe

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India Has World’s Highest Number Of Stunted Children, Child Workers

A boy carries coal at an open cast coal field at Dhanbad district in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand India now has the highest number of children stunted due to malnutrition – 48.2 million, equivalent to the population of Colombia, as per the latest

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Viznomics – India Spend

Viznomics is visualized study and representation of news visually.

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Cook It 5 Ways: Cheese

Believe it or not, your pizzas and pastas would be incomplete without this one ingredient. Fondly known as cheese, it is a versatile ingredient that comes in all shapes and sizes and is used to prepare a unique variety of dishes around the world. Wonder

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Food Walk Through North Calcutta With A History Lesson

Lebu cha is the fuel that keeps the city going. Photo: Shirin Mehrotra Calcutta is bursting at its seams with history, and that’s not an exaggeration. Walk on the streets of north Calcutta and the mere feeling of tracing the footsteps of legends will gi

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What They Eat At One Of The World’s Busiest Airports

Sandwiches from Olive Bistro are the best to grab on the go. Photo via India Food Network It’s 6 am at T2 -Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The scene at Aaswad is probably as busy as the departure and arrival lounges! The staff is pre

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The community refrigerator in Versova. Photos: Gopal Hegde

Source: Click Here The community refrigerator in Versova. Photos: Gopal Hegde “If you want to see more kindness in the world, put it there.” These words are often said by many, but followed by a few. However, Gopal Hegde , president of the Ver

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BJP’s Claim of Unemployment Drop: Data Confusing, Unreliable

Factual News blinking up the society.

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2.5 Years On, Swachh Bharat Mission’s Claims Remain Unverified

http://www.indiaspend.com/cover-story/2-5-years-on-swachh-bharat-mission...

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Women Need Not Change Names For Passports: Modi. Fact: It Was Always ...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that women need not change their names in passports after their marriage. “From now onwards, women will not have to change their names in the passport after their marriage,” Modi told a gathering of the Indian Merch

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Urbanisation Sounds Great But Who Has The Money To Fund It?

Most planners and economy watchers would argue for greater and faster urbanisation. Many, however, would not be aware of the largely dismal condition of state and urban local body finances which could potentially support the great shift. Moreover, as Ind

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India spend is best online news portal

Indiaspend is India’s first data journalism initiative. India spend gives you the up sole News of country and also provides us the full detail about how government is reacting for inter-state and national problems. The first website measuring efforts

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