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Kashmir’s saffron finds hope in new technology

Kashmir’s saffron is regarded as the costliest spice in the world, with 1kg worth $4000. But the climate crisis, poor infrastructure and the long-standing conflict have led to its decline. But a new saffron park is looking to change the spice’s fortunes. #Kashmir #Saffron #Economy

Kashmiri Saffron: World’s Costliest Spice Affected By India’s Lockdown

Kashmiri Saffron: World’s Costliest Spice Affected By India’s Lockdown

Yearning of a Kashmiri Mother

Yearning of a Kashmiri Mother

China Bridge: World's longest sea bridge connects cities

China Bridge: World's longest sea bridge connects cities

Netflix turns subscriber numbers into profits | Money Talks

Netflix turns subscriber numbers into profits | Money Talks

Pakistan devasted by floods

Pakistan devasted by floods

Six months of conflict in Ukraine

Six months of conflict in Ukraine

Biden announces student debt relief plan

Biden announces student debt relief plan

Ukraine marks independence day on sixth month of Russian operation

Ukraine marks independence day on sixth month of Russian operation

12 year jail term for Malaysia's ex-PM Najib upheld

12 year jail term for Malaysia's ex-PM Najib upheld

Türkiye's President Erdogan to visit Ukraine

Türkiye's President Erdogan to visit Ukraine

William Ruto elected Kenya's president

William Ruto elected Kenya's president

Reactions to FBI raiding Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home

Reactions to FBI raiding Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home

China reacts to Pelosi's Taiwan visit

China reacts to Pelosi's Taiwan visit

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

Ukraine grain ship departs Odessa

Ukraine grain ship departs Odessa

Greek pushback cover-up

Greek pushback cover-up

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