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 Why 'fitness' foods could <strong>make</strong> you fat!

Why 'fitness' foods could make you fat!

25 Jun 2015

New York: If you are trying to lose weight relying simply on 'fitness' foods, it may backfire, a new research suggests. The 'fitness' branding encourages consumers to eat more those foods and exercise less, potentially undermining their efforts to lose or control their weight, the study said.

fitness foods,   fat,   fitness,   exercise,   Latest health news ,  
It's a matter of time before I <strong>make</strong> senior cut again: Pujara

It's a matter of time before I make senior cut again: Pujara

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Out of favour off late following a string of poor scores, top-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is keen to make his comeback into the Indian Test squad and said it's just a matter of time before he regains his place in the playing eleven.

Cheteshwar Pujara,   Indian Test squad,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
<strong>Make</strong> public minutes of Swaraj-Bevan meeting: Congress on Lalitgate

Make public minutes of Swaraj-Bevan meeting: Congress on Lalitgate

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Congress today sought to mount trouble for the government on Lalitgate issue, putting forth six demands including making public minutes of a meeting it claimed External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had with UK High Commissioner James Bevan in which she had favoured grant of travel documents to Lalit Modi.

Minutes of Swaraj Bevan meeting,   Congress,   Lalitgate,   External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,   UK High Commissioner,   James Bevan,   Latest Nation News,  
Jordan Spieth seals heart-stopping win at US Open

Jordan Spieth seals heart-stopping win at US Open

22 Jun 2015

University Place: Masters champion Jordan Spieth added another chapter to golf's record books with a nerve-jangling, one-shot victory at the U.S. Open on Sunday after a wildly fluctuating final round of high drama.

Jordan Spieth,   golf record books,   US Open golf,   Dustin Johnson,   Chambers Bay,   Latest News,  
A batting <strong>record</strong> list that doesn't feature Sachin Tendulkar

A batting record list that doesn't feature Sachin Tendulkar

08 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is one of the greatest cricketers of all time. The most complete batsman and the worshipped cricketer in the world, Tendulkar holds just about every batting record worth owning in the game.

Sachin Tendulkar,   greatest cricketers,   Batting record,   Rahul Dravid,   Virender Sehwag,   Indian batsman,   Latest news ,  
WPC announces new Qi specification to <strong>make</strong> wireless charging faster

WPC announces new Qi specification to make wireless charging faster

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) announced the latest version of the Qi specification that makes it possible to deliver 15 watts of power to mobile phones that support wireless fast charging. This Qi fast charging feature enhances the charging experience by decreasing the time required to wirelessly charge devices. Several manufacturers already offer wired fast charging for their devices, providing as much as 60 percent charge in as little as 30 minutes.

Qi,   Wireless Charging,   Qualcomm,   Wired Quick Charge,   Wireless Power Consortium,   Qi specification ,  
 <strong>Haryana</strong> village launches 'Selfie with daughter' contest

Haryana village launches 'Selfie with daughter' contest

13 Jun 2015

Jind: In a unique initiative to save girl child in Haryana, where the sex ratio has been dismally low, a village panchayat in Jind has started a contest for clicking 'selfie with daughter'.

Haryana village,   Selfie with daughter,   save girl child ,   sex ratio,   village panchayat,   Latest state news ,  
Nathan Lyon claims Australian <strong>record</strong> with 142nd Test wicket

Nathan Lyon claims Australian record with 142nd Test wicket

13 Jun 2015

Nathan Lyon says he still has plenty to learn despite becoming  Australia's most prolific off-spinner by removing Kraigg Brathwaite on the second day of the second Test against West Indies in Kingston on Friday.

Nathan Lyon,   Australian spinner,   Kraigg Brathwaite,   Australia vs West Indies,   Kingston Test,   Latest News,  
Art with a heart

Art with a heart

02 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Mumbai has always been called the city of opportunity, where talent is given its due. Starting today, the city will host a live painting performance cum exhibition organised by the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) Association.

Foot Painting Artists,   MFPA,   orthopedically handicapped,  
 Man covered with 1.1 million bees sets Guinness World <strong>record</strong>

Man covered with 1.1 million bees sets Guinness World record

27 May 2015

Beijing: A beekeeper in China has set a new Guinness World record after covering his body with almost 1.1 million crawling bees weighing a massive 109 kg. Gao Bingguo, a 55-year-old beekeeper from Tai'an City, took the challenge on Monday by having beekeepers pour the insects onto his body.

Guinness World record,   beekeeper Guinness World record,   China,   bees,   Gao Bingguo,  Latest liofestyle news,  

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