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Sweet treats for diabetics: What you can eat to satiate your sweet tooth

Here are a few sinless sweets for diabetics that can help you manage your dessert cravings.

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Keep your kids warm and healthy in winter with these 5 sweets

Keep your child's energy levels high with these nutritious sweets. Try these recipes for pineapple halwa, ragi til laddoo, oats walnut chikki, apple coconut barfi and panchratna fudge.

Express recipe: How to make Besan Nariyal Barfi

If you have a sweet tooth, here's a recipe that might interest you. The Besan Nariyal Barfi can be easily prepared at home.

What chef Vikas Khanna is cooking this Diwali

The homemade mithai the Michelin-starred chef grew up with, and recreating those for his friends and family.

Navratri special: How to make besan ladoo

Besan ladoo is an all-time favourite in any puja season. So, you can make it in Navratri as well. All we need is besan, ghee and sugar to make it.

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Visually-challenged chocolate makers to add sweetness to Diwali

Nilesh Bavdhankar,who is partially blind,loves the aroma of chocolate. “I like to fill the tray with chocolate mixture. It feels good when I remove the tray from the fridge after it cools down and the mixture is ready to be cut into shapes,” he says. Bavdhankar (21) is one of the 20 visually-challenged who are […]

Ahead of Holi,a riot of colours at Tricity markets

With the festival of Holi around the corner,colours,water guns and a variety of sweets have made an appearance in the markets of the city.

Delhi Budget: ‘Social message’ Budget

Sheila Dikshit presented the budget for the coming fiscal with focus on the social and transport sectors.

What a Sugar Rush

Diwali wasn’t diet-conscious. It was all about shakkar paare being fried,moong dal getting doused in ghee and sweet potato kheer simmering away.

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Lohri celebrations across India

Amritsar, Jan 13 (ANI): The nation celebrates the bonfire festival of Lohri today, signalling the end of the Winter Solstice. The people of Punjab and Haryna primarily celebrate Lohri in which during the day, children go from door-to-door singing folk songs in praise of Dulha Bhatti, a person with the similar image of Robinhood, who robbed the rich to feed the poor during Mughal period. Festivities usually include a large bonfire which is surrounded by people as they enjoy the warmth munching peanuts and sweets.

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