Articles by Damayanti Datta

Avocados Or Onions?

As a fruity political conversation brings the two centre stage, health-watchers hide a smile

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Sorry, It’s No Sugar Day

How tea shops in a little township of Kerala refused to serve sugar to customers on World Diabetes Day. Talk about community best practice

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Why Are Nobel Laureates Raising A Toast To This Man?

Joe Madiath, Gram Vikas And The Story Of 600,000 People In Odisha

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How Kali Keeps Step With Contemporary Indian Food Habits

In a country where gods are always celebrated with food, what nutrition message does the most powerful goddess send out on Diwali?

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Saptaparni Moment: Extended Festivity At Kolkata Apartment Over Economics Nobel

With the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics going to a trio of economists, Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer, who have spent their life analysing global poverty, hunger and malnutrition, the problem of a billion hungry people—one-third being Indians—the power of hope is real.

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Why You Are Actually What You Eat

Tips on World Mental Health Day and how your diet impacts your mind

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