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Shoba Rajamani

Shoba is located in Bangalore and describes herself as creative, adventurous, a movie lover, a novel reader, and a badminton player. She dreams of one day writing her own children's book.
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Healing Herbs and Spices of India Part III – Ceylon Cinnamon
Ceylon cinnamon, a mildly aromatic spice with earthy tones, is gaining popular recognition for its many health benefits. Unlike the more commonly used Cassia cinnamon, Ceylon is harvested from the Cinnamomum zeylanicum plant, and offers...
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Jackfruit – An Unusual Fruit That Eats Like Meat
Jackfruit is an enormous, armored fruit that serves as a staple food across much of South and Southeast Asia. Native to southern India, it grows in tropical and subtropical regions around the world.  Described by...
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Healing Herbs and Spices of India Part II – Curry Leaf
Ayurveda is an Indian healing system that relies on herbs to treat illness. Like coriander, curry leaf is frequently used in Ayurvedic healing. The plant, grown in practically every Indian family’s backyard, produces warmly aromatic...
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Back-to-School Learning Tips
For many of us, September means back-to-school; and with that comes added stress and anxiety. Managing your time and getting through your work may be the least of your problems if you have a hard...
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Healing Herbs and Spices of India, Part I: Coriander and Cilantro
Indian herbs hold an important place in medical history due to their numerous health benefits. Coriander and cilantro, a spice and herb from the same plant, are commonly used in Ayurveda, India’s oldest medical science....
Women sit by a fountain converted into a flowerbed in the courtyard of the Emamzadeh Saleh shrine in the Shemiran district of Iran's capital Tehran on April 14, 2021 on the first day of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan in Iran. The Islamic regime, notorious for its abuse of women’s human rights, was voted to the UN Commission on the Status of Women on April 20 and will join China, Pakistan, Lebanon, and Japan
Iran Elected to UN Commission on Status of Women
The extremist dictatorship of Iran has been elected to the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) for a four-year term after a vote held on April 20. The Iranian regime will sit on...
US Navy Cmdr. Robert J. Briggs and Cmdr. Richard D. Slye monitor surface contacts from the pilothouse of the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin while observing one of the two Chinese Communist Party aircraft carriers, the Liaoning.
US Navy Cautions China With Cognitive Warfare Photo Op
Military tensions continue to rise near Taiwan as warships from both the U.S. Navy and the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy congregated off Taiwan's southwestern coast. On April 4, both countries’...
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman James Risch (R-ID) (L) and ranking member Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) talk during a hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill December 03, 2019, in Washington, DC. U.S. Senators laid out major bipartisan-sponsored legislation, dubbed the Strategic Competition Act of 2021
Senators Introduce Strategic Competition Act in Bid to Counter Beijing Hegemony
U.S. senators laid out major bipartisan legislation, dubbed the Strategic Competition Act of 2021, which focuses heavily on contesting the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) increasing global hegemony.  Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Chairman of the Senate...
A general view of the Coca-Cola Roxy in The Battery Atlanta connected to Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, on March 26, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. Georgia lawmakers have moved to remove Coke products from state offices after CEO James Quincey went on record criticising Georgia’s election reform legislation
Georgia GOP Eyes Removal of Coca-Cola Products From State Offices After CEO Chastises Election Reform
Georgia’s Republican legislators have made the call to remove Coca-Cola’s products from state offices after the beverage company’s CEO publicly criticized election reform laws. According to a CNBC report, Coca-Cola Company Chairman and CEO James...