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    Most of the Indians are cooking western food in their kitchens : Survey

    A recent survey, titled 'The Evolving Indian Palate' conducted by market research firm Ipsos, shed light on the same wherein it was found that about 79 per cent Indians cook western food in their kitchens, at least once a week, which is mostly consumed during evening or dinner time as a full meal. The survey was conducted with 1,000 households across 14 cities that...

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    Sabarimala Verdict : Security tightened at Sannidhanam

    With the Supreme Court all set to pronounce final verdict on the entry of all women to the Kerala"s famed Sabarimala temple on Thursday, the state police has made elaborate security arrangements for the temple town to ensure security as the two-month long festival kicks off on Sunday.The fresh season opens on Sunday and closes on January 21. Kerala police do not want to take any chances...

    • 3 days ago
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    INX Media Case: Delhi Court extends judicial custody of P Chidambaram

    Rouse Avenue Court in Delhi on Wednesday extended the judicial custody of Congress leader P Chidambaram till November 27 in the INX Media case. The former Union finance minister P Chidambaram was produced through a video conferencing in the Delhi court. Wednesday was the last day of his judicial custody. The ED had arrested him in the money-laundering case on October 16. He...

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    Love Meter : These are the five type of WhatsApp messages girls send only to their lovers

    If someone you like sends you frequent messages and you are at your wits' end trying to figure out if she is interested or not, here's a little help. This is what girls said about the types of messages women send only to a guy they are interested in and are willing to date. Personal emojis or stickers According to a research, people use specific...

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    New study finds employees are more qualified than their bosses

    ResumeLab, a career advice website, posed this question to 1,000 employees to see how many people feel overqualified and what they would change if they were in charge. While the study found that just 21.7% of employees believed they are more qualified than their manager, 61% thought they could handle their manager's daily responsibilities. However, among those who believed they...

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    Here are some natural ways to boost your breast milk production

    Breastfeeding the baby, especially for the first six months, is crucial as it provides all the necessary nutrients. However, nursing can get a little tricky when you don't know if you are producing enough breast milk to feed your baby. From feeding the baby infrequently, skyrocketing stress levels to even sleep deficiency, there can be a lot of reasons which can lead to...

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    Nicholas Pooran suspended from West Indies team

    West Indies keeper-batsman Nicholas Pooran has been handed four suspension points after he was charged with breaching level 3 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel during the 3rd ODI match against Afghanistan on Monday. Pooran was charged of changing the condition of the ball after a video footage showed him scratching the ball with his thumbnail. With this Pooran will...

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    Man arrested for posting objectionable pic of Lord Ram on WhatsApp group

    Police have arrested a man for allegedly posting an objectionable picture of Lord Ram on a WhatsApp group in Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal district, officials said on Wednesday. SHO Hayat Nagar police station Ravindra Kumar said, "A resident of Hayat Nagar on Tuesday had posted an objectionable photograph of Lord Ram on a WhatsApp group, following which a case was...

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    Chief Justice of India office under Right to Information, says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday held that the office of the Chief Justice of India is a public authority and falls within the ambit of the Right to Information Act. A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi upheld the 2010 Delhi High Court verdict and dismissed three appeals filed by Secretary General of the Supreme Court and the Central Public...

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    Monkey uses zoo keeper's phone to do some online shopping ; CCTV visuals goes viral

    A zoo monkey in China was able to make an online purchase after its keeper forgot to bring her phone with her when she went out to get food for the animal. The astonishing moment happened on Wednesday at the Yancheng Wild Animal World in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China, according to reports. Lv Mengmeng, the zoo worker, said she was checking daily necessities...

    • 3 days ago

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