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Dharamsala, Nov 27 (EFE/EPA).- Turmeric has been in high demand in India since it is believed to help boost immunity, especially during the time of coronavirus pandemic. (Camera: SANJAY BIAD). SHOT LIST: WOMEN HARVEST TURMERIC IN THE TOWN OF JALOT NEAR DHARAMSALA, INDIA.

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