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Meghalaya’s Khasi Hills

A trip through the misty, forested southern ranges of Meghalaya’s Khasi Hills illustrates the population’s intrinsic bond with the land and the still-alive traditions of communal living to intrepid traveller Silvester Phanbuh
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aviary, birds, Black Swan, Black-necked Swan, Cape Barren Goose, EsselWorld, Esselworld Bird Park, Featured, Golden Pheasant, Muscovy Duck, Online Exclusive, Ornithology, Ornithophile, The Reeve’s Pheasant, Yellow Naped Amazon
June 27, 2019

Verve takes a look at the most fascinating sights and sounds from the avian sanctuary inside EsselWorld.
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Zambia, Africa, Gemfields, Inkalamu Lion, 5,655-carat, Emeralds, New Delhi, Diacolor, DLF Emporio, Women leaders, , Culture

Zambia’s high commissioner to India, Judith K.K.Kan’gona Kapijimpanga tells Verve about what it's like to be a woman in power and the things she loves about India...
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coloured gemstones, community projects, Featured, Gemfields, Gemfields Montepuez ruby mine, Gübelin Gem Lab’s Paternity Test, integrity, Kagem emerald mine, legitimacy, Mozambique, Online Exclusive, sustainable livelihoods, Transparency, Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights, Zambia

Gemfields is making strides to create a self-sufficient and self-reliant society through their community projects in Mozambique and Zambia, and their efforts to maintain a symbiotic relationship with the environment.
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Honey, Beauty

Ethical apiculture not only helps conserve bees, but it has also gifted us with an array of organic, honey-based products for our skin and overall health
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Mithila painting at Jamaat Art, Mumbai
June 20, 2019

From a food menu celebrating blooms of a season to a tribute to Pink Floyd, Verve gives you the lowdown on the events that should be on your radar this weekend
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Landour, Uttarakhand
June 20, 2019

Built by the British in 1827, Uttarakhand’s colonial gem, Landour, home to mighty oaks, cedars and deodars and more recently cerebral celebrities from the plains, is where Mala Vaishnav stops to smell the rhododendrons...
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