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CWG: Weightlifters Sanjita wins gold, Mirabai silver for India (Night Lead)

Glasgow, July 24India opened its medal count in CWG with Manipuri girls Sanjita Khumukcham and Mirabai Chanu Saikhom winning the gold and silver, respectively, in the women's 48kg category of weightlifting competitions at the Clyde Auditorium here Th ... [Published - 13 hours ago]
First reported 23 hours ago - Updated 1 hour ago - 3 reports

Sensex hits record high; healthcare stocks gain

Mumbai, July 25A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Friday hit a record high of 26,300.17 points for second consecutive day surpassing its all-time high of 26,292.66 points it hit Thursday.Selling pressure was seen in IT and metal sectors, while ... [Published - 2 hours ago]
First reported 21 hours ago - Updated 2 hours ago - 2 reports

Banking, insurance stocks surge as FDI limits increase

New Delhi, July 24Insurance and banking stocks surged Thursday as the cabinet approved a proposal to increase foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in the insurance sector to 49 percent from the current 26 percent.The banking index at the Bombay Stock ... [Published - 20 hours ago]
First reported 23 hours ago - Updated 2 hours ago - 2 reports

Hrithik, Katrina overwhelmed by response to 'Bang Bang' teaser

Mumbai, July 24"Bang Bang" team, including actors Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif , are overwhelmed with the response to the movie's teaser, which attracted over 2.3 million YouTube views in 24 hours.The teaser for the action-packed movie was unveiled ... [Published - 20 hours ago]
First reported 22 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 3 reports

Train collided with school bus in Telangana

Similar News ArticlesThe school bus accident happened in Medak district at Telangana took the lives of 12 people, including 11 children and 16 others have been seriously injured according to PTI. The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee expressed ... [Published - 18 hours ago]
First reported 22 hours ago - Updated 5 hours ago - 2 reports

Eight killed in Afghanistan market blast (Lead)

:At least eight civilians died and 28 were injured Thursday when a bomb planted on a motorcycle exploded in a market in northern Afghanistan, an official said. The bomb, activated by remote control, went off in the crowded market in Khwaja Ghar district ... [Published - 16 hours ago]
First reported Jul 24 2014 - Updated 5 hours ago - 2 reports

Army foils infiltration bid in Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu, July 25The army Thursday night foiled an infiltration bid by militants from across the line of control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, police said Friday. It was the second such attempt by the guerrillas in the last two days."Late ... [Published - 5 hours ago]
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated 10 hours ago - 3 reports

CWG opening ceremony full of Scottish flavour (Roundup)

Glasgow (Scotland), July 24With symbols of the Forth Bridge west to Edinburgh, Scotch whisky barrels, Edinburgh Castle gate and cannon, Scottish Tartan kilt at the central stage, the opening ceremony of the 20th Commonwealth Games in Scotland's largest ... [Published - Jul 24 2014]
First reported 21 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 2 reports

Kesri Nath Tripathi sworn in as Bengal governor (Lead)

Veteran BJP leader Kesri Nath Tripathi was Thursday sworn in as the new governor of West Bengal at a ceremony in the Raj Bhavan here. Acting Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court Asim Kumar Banerjee administered the oath of office to the 79-year-old Tripathi ... [Published - 16 hours ago]
First reported 21 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 2 reports

Railway minister blames bus driver for Telangana accident (Lead)

New Delhi, July 24Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda Thursday said the accident at an unmanned rail-road crossing in Telangana, which left at least 19 students dead, was caused by the negligence of the school bus driver."According to preliminary reports ... [Published - 17 hours ago]
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated 23 hours ago - 3 reports

Government to speak Friday on Shiv Sena MP row

New Delhi, July 24The government Thursday told the Rajya Sabha it will inform the house Friday about facts of the incident in which a Shiv Sena MP tried to force food into the mouth of a Maharashtra Sadan Muslim staffer who was observing Ramadan fast ... [Published - 23 hours ago]
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated Jul 23 2014 - 3 reports

Uddhav decries attempts to 'communalise' Delhi incident

Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray Wednesday decried attempts to 'communalise' the issue of some of his party MPs allegedly forcing a man in New Delhi's Maharashtra Sadan to break his Ramadan fast. Party spokesperson Sanjay Raut said that these people ... [Published - Jul 23 2014]


...lationship lead to different ways of evaluating it," said social psychologist Spike WS Lee from University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management. "Next time you and your partner have a conflict, remember that love is a journey. You will feel better and you will do better down the road,a researchers concluded in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology."
...All this will change with DTBU," Jain assured. Currently, in the Mumbai market, with the inflationary trends, an ordinary "cutting chai' (half-cup tea) costs upwards of Rs.6, and goes up to Rs.16 for a good, tasty cup. The company's executive director, Devendra Garg, added that while coffee-making has seen huge automation and continuous technological advancements, the delicate and personalised tea-brewing has remained a manual process. "Now, the D'lecta Tea Brewing Unit will offer the connoisseurs their choice of tea minus the labour involved in the manual brewing, all at the press of a button," Garg smiled. Besides the choice of tea - the classic Assam Tea, Masala Tea or Green Tea - it can also brew coffee, chocolate and hot soup, Jain said. The machine, which draws water from an internal 20-litre tank, can dispense five varieties at a time - tea (with/without sugar), coffee, chocolate and soup at a time. Each of these containers, as also those for milk and sugar, can hold raw material for 400 cups. The critical cleaning factor is also very convenient as it encompasses several hygiene features - it will prompt for a self-rinse if any selected option remains dormant for more than 15 minutes and also does an all-rinse at the day's end. "A few years ago, an automatic tea-vending machine was installed in my office and we spent hours around it until, one day, when the office attendant failed to clean it, we saw ants and cockroaches trooping out of it. It was back to the local chai-walla for us, and the machine was finally dumped," said media executive B M Pillai. To begin with, D'lecta plans to target the OOH (out of home) segment and offer it to hotels, offices and commercial complexes on lease before examining other options. The company will initially charge Rs.15,000 as a security deposit, Rs.15,000 per month for consumables and Rs.1,500 per month towards maintenance. The company, already specialising in cow's milk products, has introduced 'Milke" a new dairy creamer to replace the milk powder for its DTBU. Jain explained that existing machines use powdered milk in tea and coffee that is high in sugar content and low on milk - which is bad for health, especially diabetics. "Milke, made of pure cow's milk, offers 10 gm of evaporated milk, ideally suited for one cup of tea or coffee, is sugarless and comes in aseptic packaging, manufacturing at our state-of-the-art plant in Raigad (Maharashtra)," Garg said. Originally known as Devashree Foods Pvt Ltd, DFPL is credited with creating a whole range of cow's milk products, including Dynamix Cow Ghee, in a market dominated by buffalo milk products that constitute nearly 60 percent of the Indian market. According to the 2007 animal Census, India has around 200 million cows and 110 million buffalos. Cow's milk is considered a healthier, low-fat option which is the choice of 85 percent of the global population - barring India and Pakistan - but now, cow's milk is gaining in popularity in India's Tier I and Tier II cities, Jain said. (Quaid Najmi can be contacted at"
...who married in the 1990s or later, a wife's educational advantage over her husband was no longer associated with an increased risk of divorce. "Men and women are increasingly forming relationships in which women have the educational advantage - so much so that it is now more common for wives to have more education than their husbands than the reverse pattern" Schwartz added
...her government supported the use of Bt brinjal in Bangladesh and endorsed the commercial approval of Bt brinjal as a step in the right direction. "...We accord the highest priority to the safety and benefits to the society but shun any activity that intends to spread misinformation and misguide the public about Bt brinjal or other products that are evaluated by public sector research institutions" she said, while congratulating the ISAAA for highlighting Bangladesh's success in commercially producing Bt brinjal before the world

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