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Vegetables from India flood markets in Peshawar

Vegetables from India flood markets in Peshawar

09 Dec 2014

Peshawar: Vegetables from India have flooded local markets in this northwestern Pakistani city, giving relief to the common man by helping in slashing of prices by nearly half.

Vegetables,   India flood markets,   Peshawar,   vegetable market,   ,  
Cyrus Sahukar spreads cheer in NGOs, hospital

Cyrus Sahukar spreads cheer in NGOs, hospital

17 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Ahead of Christmas,  actor-comedian Cyrus Sahukar spread cheer, laughter and happiness at NGOs and at a hospital here. His visit was part of an English entertainment channel Comedy Central's initiative 'Spread the Cheer'.

Cyrus Sahukar,   actor-comedian,   English entertainment channel,   Comedy Central,   Make a Wish foundation,   Teach for India,   Masina Hospital,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> birds listen without external ears?

How birds listen without external ears?

12 Dec 2014

London: A new study has suggested that birds use their heads to listen to the sounds coming from different angles as they do not have external ears.

How birds listen,   birds ear,   birds external ears,   birds use heads to listen,   birds ear,  
I will be working this New Year: John Abraham

I will be working this New Year: John Abraham

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Actor-producer John Abraham, who got married in January this year, says he would be working on this New Year's eve. The 41-year-old star said he will be shooting for his upcoming movie 'Welcome Back' this new year.

Make A Wish Foundation,   NGO,   Charities Aid Foundation,   Anees Bazmee,   Welcome Back,   John Abraham,   New Year,   ,  
More flexible digital communication to <strong>make</strong> way soon

More flexible digital communication to make way soon

15 Dec 2014

Washington: A new theory that could yield more-reliable communication protocols for digital devices has been developed by researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist.

flexible digital communication,   reliable communication protocols,   digital devices,   Madhu Sudan,   Massachusetts Institute of Technology,   Microsoft Research New England,  
Dia Mirza to support NGO to <strong>make</strong> rural 'cool'

Dia Mirza to support NGO to make rural 'cool'

15 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Actress and producer Dia Mirza is set to support 'Rural Is Cool' -- an initiative by Ronnie and Zarina Screwvala's Swades Foundation -- to raise funds for the sake of educational and sanitation facilities for residents of the country's rural areas.

Dia Mirza,   Rural Is Cool,   Swades Foundation,   Ronnie Screwvala,   Zarina Screwvala,   Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2015,  
Check out: Ten reasons that <strong>make</strong> PK a must watch!

Check out: Ten reasons that make PK a must watch!

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Aamir Khan starrer 'PK' is the most anticipated film of  2014. From controversial posters to quirky trailers, the gimmicks have worked well for the film as it has garnered much publicity long before its release.

PK,   Aamir Khan,   Anushka Sharma,   Sanjay Dutt,   Boman Irani,   Rajkumar Hirani,   Vidhu Vinod Chopra,  
<strong>Vegetable</strong> oil component helps combat gastric ulcers

Vegetable oil component helps combat gastric ulcers

01 Dec 2014

New York: Linolenic acid, a component of vegetable oils, is key to destroying the bacteria strongly associated with gastric ulcers and cancer, a new study says.

Vegetable oil,   Cooking oil,   gastric ulcers,   Eating habits,   diet plans,  
Government expects a promising year ahead for exports

Government expects a promising year ahead for exports

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Pinning hopes on dividends from 'Make in India' campaign and a conducive business environment, the Government expects a promising year ahead for its exports and improve on its estimated USD 300-billion plus tally in 2014.

export,   promising 2015,   Make in India,   shipments,   global economic situation,   optimism,   world economy ,  
India's November palm oil imports touch record 7.96 lakh tonnes

India's November palm oil imports touch record 7.96 lakh tonnes

12 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India's palm oil imports touched a record 7,96,587 tonnes in November this year amid weak global prices and anticipation of hike in import duty, according to the Solvent Extractors' Association (SEA).

palm oil imports,   India November palm oil imports,   Solvent Extractors Association,   import duty hike,   vegetable oil buyer,   SEA,   crude palm oil,   Agriculture Ministry,  

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