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<strong>How</strong> to <strong>make</strong> trees grow bigger and quicker

How to make trees grow bigger and quicker

20 Apr 2015

London: Scientists have discovered a way to make trees grow bigger and faster which could increase supplies of renewable resources and help trees cope with the effects of climate change.

trees,   plants,   tress growing quickly,   plant care,   climate change,   renewable resources,   latest science news ,  
  Know <strong>how</strong> brain decides diet's impact on ageing

Know how brain decides diet's impact on ageing

12 May 2015

London: How does our brain interpret food signals -- a process that influences the impact of diet on health and ageing? Scientists have now deciphered the neural code involved.

Human brain,   healthy diet,   ageing,   health,   nervous system,   latest lifestyle news,  
Helicopter made of capsicum major attraction of <strong>vegetable</strong> show

Helicopter made of capsicum major attraction of vegetable show

02 May 2015

Udhagamandalam: A 30-foot long helicopter made of capsicum is the major attraction in the 8th Vegetable Show, which began at Kothagiri, near here, on Saturday.

Helicopter,   vegetable show,   capsicum,   Kothagiri,   Summer Festival,   horticulture,   latest lifestyle news,  
  Use of antibiotics can <strong>make</strong> kids obese in adulthood

Use of antibiotics can make kids obese in adulthood

15 May 2015

New York: The commonly prescribed antibiotics can lead to changes in the gut bacteria of kids and make them vulnerable to infectious diseases, allergies and other autoimmune disorders, and even obesity, later in life, warns a new study.

antibiotics,   adulthood,   obese kids,   Obesity,   Fat kids,   Infectious diseases ,  
 Wearing red can <strong>make</strong> men appear angry, dominant

Wearing red can make men appear angry, dominant

16 May 2015

London: Men who wear red clothes send out a signal that they are angry and aggressive, in much the same way as if their face had reddened, a new research has found.

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Chelsea <strong>make</strong> it five Brazilians after Nathan's inclusion

Chelsea make it five Brazilians after Nathan's inclusion

14 May 2015

LONDON: Chelsea's Brazilian contingent will grow in size to five players after they agreed to sign Brazilian teenager Nathan from Atletico Paranaense on Thursday.

Chelsea,   Atletico Paranaense,   Oscar,   Willian,   Ramires,   Filipe Luis,   champions League,  latest sports news,  
Howitzers deal to bring over USD 200 million investment in India

Howitzers deal to bring over USD 200 million investment in India

15 May 2015

New Delhi: The decision to acquire 145 pieces of M777 Ultra-Light Howitzers from the US under a government to government deal, would see its manufacturer BAE Systems investing over USD 200 million here, which will give a boost to the government's 'Make in India' initiative.

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PM Modi meets top Chinese CEOs in Shanghai

PM Modi meets top Chinese CEOs in Shanghai

16 May 2015

Shanghai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the third and final leg of his three-day China visit met top Chinese CEOs, including Alibaba's Jack Ma here on Saturday and invited them to participate in the Make in India initiative.

PM Modi,   Modi in China,   Modi China visit,   Modi in Shanghai,   Shanghai,   Make in India,   Chinese CEOs,   Jack Ma,   latest world news,  
Jeev Milkha Singh likely to <strong>make</strong> cut in Spanish Open

Jeev Milkha Singh likely to make cut in Spanish Open

15 May 2015

Terassa (Barcelona): Jeev Milkha Singh, playing his first event in two months, gave himself a good chance to cross the first hurdle as he shot 74 and 70 in the first two rounds of the Open de Espana here on Friday.

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Rome Masters: Bopanna, Sania <strong>make</strong> progress in doubles

Rome Masters: Bopanna, Sania make progress in doubles

13 May 2015

Rome: Rohan Bopanna made it to the second round while Sania Mirza reached the quarterfinals of the Rome Masters after scoring fluent victories with their respective partners, here.

Rome Masters,   Rohan Bopanna,   Sania Mirza,   Tennis,   Madrid Masters,   latest sports news,  

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