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Why India is a leading medical tourism destination

 The Financial Express With a millennia-old medicine history, this country now ranks 10th as a destination for people looking to travel for medical treatment, thanks to its combination of 21st-century health modalities, strong pharmaceutical sectior, and its traditional systems of holistic health and wellness. The India-based Financial Express take a look at the country's current situation and trends, and it's an enlightening read:…

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Gulab jamun in '5 of the Best Baked Desserts from Around the World'

Sakaman If you were to imagine the best dessert or baked item in the world, then your favourite would likely be very different from your friends and family members. From childhood treats to family recipes, there are many foods that are personal to each individual and this is especially true when it comes to desserts. Sugary, sweet treats hold a lot of nostalgia for most people and often these bakes and desserts use influence from local flavours. A lot of these “desserts” are actually classed…

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12 top destinations in Kashmir

sittitap India's northernmost state is filled with flowers in springtime and snow in the winter, offering visitors in general and honeymooners in particular a raft of amazings sights and experiences, such as skiing in Gulmarg; marveling at breathtaking mountains lakes; trout fishing in Sonmarg; and enchanting cruises on cedar panelled houseboats on the Jhelum River. Amid its myriad landscapes - with lakes, mountains, gardens, deserts, Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim places of worship, and various…

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A foodie's guide to Sikkim

Apart from its divine beauty - including awe-inspiring views of the mighty eastern Himalayas and picturesque Buddhist temples and shrines, India's second smallest state is a delight to the palate, and to truly experience the essence of Sikkim, every visitor should sample as much of the local cuisine as possible. The local culinary culture and traditions are predominantly influenced by the ethnic Nepali people who make up its majority, but also include Tibetans and local ethnic groups such as…

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