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Electronic 'tongue' mimics <strong>how</strong> people distinguish tastes

Electronic 'tongue' mimics how people distinguish tastes

13 Nov 2014

Washington: Scientists have developed a new inexpensive and highly sensitive electronic 'tongue' that could sample food and drinks as a quality check before they hit the stores. The electronic 'tongue' could also monitor water for pollutants or test blood for signs of disease, researchers said.

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Exposition of St Francis Xavier begins from November 22 in Goa

Exposition of St Francis Xavier begins from November 22 in Goa

20 Nov 2014

Panaji: Nearly fifty lakh pilgrims are expected to visit old Goa during the 44-day Exposition of the St Francis Xavier commencing from November 22, organizers said.

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Do smartphone apps help you lose weight?

Do smartphone apps help you lose weight?

18 Nov 2014

New York: Smartphone apps that promise to help you lose the extra kilos may not actually be doing so as most users leave them midway, new research says.

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Twitter analysis reveals <strong>how</strong> weather affects mood

Twitter analysis reveals how weather affects mood

12 Nov 2014

Washington: We know that the weather has a profound physiological and psychological impact on us.

Weather,   Psychological impact,   Researchers,   Stanford University,   Twitter,   Tweets,   MIT Technological,  
India has highest number of people practicing open defecation

India has highest number of people practicing open defecation

19 Nov 2014

United Nations: India has the highest number of people practising open defecation in the world at 597 million, according to the UN which said political will at the "highest level" is needed to address the challenge.

India,   World Toilet Day,   United Nations,  Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Africa,   Mahatma Gandhi,   Women's Safety ,  
Telangana House stalled over 'defections'; adjourned for <strong>day</strong>

Telangana House stalled over 'defections'; adjourned for day

17 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: The Telangana Legislative Assembly was adjourned for the day without transacting any real business on Monday as the "defections" issue rocked the House with the main opposition Congress MLAs stalling the proceedings during the Question Hour.

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Pistorius back in court for pre-sentencing arguments

Pistorius back in court for pre-sentencing arguments

13 Oct 2014

Johannesburg: Fallen paralympic hero Oscar Pistorius returns to court on Monday at the start of his sentencing hearing after he was convicted of culpable homicide in the killing of his girlfriend, with his lawyers set to argue for leniency.

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<strong>How</strong> obesity triggers auto-immune diseases

How obesity triggers auto-immune diseases

11 Nov 2014

London: A new study points to the major role obesity plays in triggering and prolonging auto-immune diseases. In the case of auto-immune diseases, the immune system attacks its own body rather than predatory invaders.

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Traffic Police observes World Remembrance <strong>Day</strong> for road victims

Traffic Police observes World Remembrance Day for road victims

17 Nov 2014

Noida: To observe World Remembrance Day for road victims, Noida Police and district administration organised a candle light vigil and also held a health check-up camp for policemen.

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Rupee drops for 4th <strong>day</strong> vs USD, ends at 1-month low of 61.74

Rupee drops for 4th day vs USD, ends at 1-month low of 61.74

18 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Indian rupee today weakened for the fourth straight session and ended at a one-month low of 61.74 against US dollar.

Rupee,   morning trade,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   US currency,   BSE Sensex,  

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