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Veggies & Vegetarians

Minissha Lamba Turns Vegetarian; Refuses To Have Selective Empathy Towards Animals

Sep 26, 2021 Prateek Sur

Actress Minissha Lamba has revealed that she has turned vegetarian. She refuses to have selective empathy for different species of animals.

Ghaziabad Woman Seeks 1-Crore Compensation For Getting Non-Veg Pizza

Mar 14, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The pure veg woman in her complaint urged the consumer court to look into the matter, seeking a compensation of Rs 1-crore from the pizza chain outlet

Why Chicken And Eggs Matter

Our Immunity system creates a shield against harmful antigens. But for this, it needs proteins.

World Vegetarian Day: The Greener Grass On The Other Side

Oct 01, 2020 Varda Mehrotra

World Vegetarian Day: Vegetarian cuisine has not only just survived, but thrived too. Its endurance alongside animal-based products showcases not just a theoretical presence as an alternative, but a literal and pragmatic presence as a competitive alternative without environmental toll to boot.

Try: To Stay Slim And Trim, Stick To Veggies

A study published in the journal Nutrients says lesser the animal products someone consumes, the lower will be his body mass index (BMI) on an average, and he will also tend to be less extrovert.

18 June, 2019

Here Comes The Future Of Food

Outlook Web Bureau

The first science-based diet from 30 top global scientists that answers the question you must have worried about: how will we survive when world population hits 10 billion?

11 December, 2018

Anushka And Kartik Named As India's Hottest Vegetarians

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Anushka Sharma and Kartik Aaryan are 2018’s hottest vegetarians in India

20 May, 2018

Railway's Ode To Gandhi: October 2 To Be Celebrated As 'Vegetarian Day', No Non-Veg Food For Passengers

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The Railway Board has proposed that no non-vegetarian food will be served to passengers on railway premises on October 2

15 January, 2018

Wholesale Price Index Inflation Eases To 3.58% In December As Veggies Price Decline

Outlook Web Bureau

As per government data released today, inflation on food articles slowed to 4.72 per cent in December, from 6.06 per cent in November 2017.

23 December, 2017

Rajkummar Rao, Alia Bhatt Crowned PETA's 'Hottest Vegetarian Celebrities'

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Rajkumar's co-star Ayushmann Khurrana stated that the actor doesn't have any bad habits, as he "doesn't drink, doesn't smoke, doesn't have non-vegetarian, and talks in a good way."


14 November, 2017

WPI Inflation Reaches 6-Month High At 3.59%, Onion, Other Vegetables Costlier

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In October last year, it was 1.27 per cent.

16 October, 2017

Wholesale Inflation Falls To 2.6% In Sept As Food, Vegetable Prices Soften

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Inflation had soared to a four-month high of 3.24 per cent in August 2017. It was 1.36 per cent in September 2016.

26 September, 2017

Pakistan Not To Import Indian Tomatoes Despite Skyrocketing Prices

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While imports from India fill the gap each year, the move to bar containers from entering the country from across the border have created a huge demand- supply gap

19 September, 2017

'First You Eat Meat, Then Meat Eats You', Union Minister Maneka Gandhi Says Humans Are 'Natural Vegetarians'

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Studies done over the last three decades have shown, with empirical data, that meat is bad for human body, Maneka said.

14 September, 2017

Wholesale Inflation Rises Sharply To 3.24% In August, Vegetable Prices Shoot Up To 45%

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Onion prices witnessed a sharp surge at 88.46 per cent in August, as against a contraction of 9.50 per cent in the previous month.

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