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Tea Story! Why Tea is India’s most loved Brewed Beverage

Over 70% of tea in the world is consumed in India alone The northeast areas like Assam prefer Sah, Ronga Sah (red...

Arunachal “tea lady” reason behind vanishing opium cultivation

Guwahati: A native of a village in Arunachal Pradesh also called 'tea lady' by many, is successfully leading people to give up cultivation of opium...

An insight into abjection and deplorability: tea plantation workers in N. Bengal

  By Sreyashi Mazumdar Amid the lush greeneries and vivacious stretch of tea leaves, there is a hidden conundrum making life difficult for the people inhabiting...

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