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Apple Watch challenges developers to make games that <strong>take</strong> seconds

Apple Watch challenges developers to make games that take seconds

05 Jun 2015

New York: When Maximo Cavazzani, creator of the popular mobile game Trivia Crack, learned about Apple Inc's plan for a new smart watch, it seemed like a logical step to adapt his game for the new product. But the little watch had some big limitations.

Apple Inc,   Apple Watch,   App developers,   Smartwatch,   Gaming apps,  
Government to import pulses to check prices; asks states to <strong>take</strong> action against hoarders

Government to import pulses to check prices; asks states to take action against hoarders

10 Jun 2015

New Delhi: To check rising price of pulses, the government today said it will import lentils in large quantities to boost supply and also asked states to take action against hoarders. In a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Cabinet expressed concern over rising prices and decided to increase imports, among other measures.

pulses import,   Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi,   price rise in pulses,   domestic production of pulses,   Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan,   Latest business 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,  
Dial 199 for Voda helpline, 111 to stop from 31st July

Dial 199 for Voda helpline, 111 to stop from 31st July

08 May 2015

New Delhi: Vodafone has started offering its customer care service on a new number, 199, as its current one, 111, will stop working by July 31.

Vodafone India,   Vodafone customer care number,   Vodafone customer care service,   voda helpline,   Vodafone customer care new number,   TRAI,   latest news,  
  Indian women happy to <strong>take</strong> lead in planning dates: Study

Indian women happy to take lead in planning dates: Study

04 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Women rule the dating game in India, a study reveals. A nationwide research undertaken by a dating app has revealed insights into dating habits of the country.

Indian women,   dates,   Dating,   men women relationship,   Dating plans,   Women date,   love,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Jaipur to <strong>take</strong> on Mumbai in 2015 Pro Kabaddi League opener

Jaipur to take on Mumbai in 2015 Pro Kabaddi League opener

04 Jun 2015

Bengaluru: Defending champions Jaipur Pink Panthers will take on runners-up Mumba in the opening match of the second Pro Kabaddi League at the National Sports Club of India (NSCI) in Mumbai on July 18.

Jaipur Pink Panthers,   Mumba,   Pro Kabaddi League,   Mumbai,  
 Tips to protect hair during monsoon

Tips to protect hair during monsoon

26 May 2015

New Delhi: Relief from heat is what we get when the rain gods show mercy, but rainfall also brings a lot of humidity. Be careful, it can be harsh on your hair. To help you keep your hair free from these problems, here are simple tips to follow:

Hair tips,   Monsoon hair tips,   Hair care,   Hair problems,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Don't <strong>care</strong> if people think NBA stint is marketing gimmick: Sim Bhullar

Don't care if people think NBA stint is marketing gimmick: Sim Bhullar

04 May 2015

Greater Noida: Sim Bhullar, the first man of Indian descent to play in NBA, doesn't care if his association to the 'big league' is seen as a marketing gimmick and he only hopes the latest visit to the native country of his parents inspires more youth to play basketball.

Sim Bhullar,   NBA,   Basketball,   Reliance Foundation,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   latest sports news,  
Breastfeeding protects babies from air pollution

Breastfeeding protects babies from air pollution

25 May 2015

London: Mother's milk may protect her babies from the adverse effects of environmental pollution, suggests a new research. The researchers assessed how exposure to environmental pollution during pregnancy affects health and examine the role of diet in physical and neuro-behavioural development in infancy.

Breastfeeding,   mother milk,   air pollution,   environmental pollution,   health care,   latest lifestyle news,  
IIFA 2015: Ranveer-Arjun apologize for AIB roast, <strong>take</strong> dig at Aamir Khan

IIFA 2015: Ranveer-Arjun apologize for AIB roast, take dig at Aamir Khan

08 Jun 2015

Kuala Lumpur: From making fun of Aamir Khan's stand against the controversial comedy show 'AIB Roast' and breaking down into impromptu jigs to flirting with actress Deepika Padukone, IIFA 2015 hosts Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor did not leave any stone unturned to make the ceremony entertaining.

Ranveer Singh,   Arjun Kapoor,   AIB roast,   Aamir Khan,   IIFA 2015,   Ranveer Arjun apologize,   IIFA hosts,   Bollywood stars at IIFA,   Latest entertainment news ,  

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