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Long forgotten Himachali food on <strong>road</strong> to revival

Long forgotten Himachali food on road to revival

03 Feb 2014

Shimla: Traditional Himachali food like khoru, patore, babroo, chaa ghosht and murgh anardana that have been long forgotten are now being offered by a chain of hotels using the finest ingredients, traditional recipes and methods.

Himachali food,   Himachali food is forgotten,   Traditional Himachali cuisine,   Himachali cuisine at beroi Group of hotels in Shimla,   beroi Group of hotels in Shimla,  
'Chhota Bheem' joins <strong>road</strong> safety campaign

'Chhota Bheem' joins road safety campaign

16 Jan 2014

Mumbai: The makers of TV show "Chhota Bheem" have collaborated with automobile brand Honda to encourage safety on roads.

Choota bheem joins road safety campaign,   Honda Safe Riding with Chhota Bheem,   Pogo,   interact with children and people at large to spread the message of safe driving,   ,  
Fossilized dinosaur remains found in <strong>Maharashtra</strong>

Fossilized dinosaur remains found in Maharashtra

19 Oct 2013

Amravati (Maharashtra): Fossilized dinosaur bones and eggs of gigantic creatures that measured around 18-20 meters and weighed 10-13 tons, have been discovered from the Salbardi area, around 60 km from Amravati in eastern Maharashtra, a geologist said on Saturday.

dinosaur remains,   Fossilized dinosaur,   Fossilized dinosaur bones,   Titanosaurus Colberti,   Sauropod,  
Wi-Fi in cars can hamper <strong>road</strong> safety: Study

Wi-Fi in cars can hamper road safety: Study

17 Oct 2013

Toronto: Providing Wi-Fi in cars may not be a good idea as it can distract drivers and threaten their safety on the road, a new study has warned.

Wi-Fi in cars,   road safety,   University of Toronto,   Sprint Corporation,   unsafe driving,  
Germany organizes <strong>road</strong>-show to woo Indian tourists

Germany organizes road-show to woo Indian tourists

23 Aug 2013

New Delhi:  In a bid to lure more Indian tourists, the German National Tourist Office's (GNTO) four-city road-show featuring the latest updates, highlights and attractions in Germany came to the capital on Thursday.

Indian tourists,   German National Tourist Office,   German road-show,   GNTO,   latest news,  
Twitter may help address traffic woes

Twitter may help address traffic woes

09 Sep 2013

Jerusalem: A new method may put an end to traffic woes by collecting information on transportation problems following mass events, like football matches, using tweets made by citizens on Twitter, researchers say.

Twitter,   traffic,   transportation problems,   tweets,   road hazards,  
Hi-tech infrared car system helps spot approaching wildlife on <strong>road</strong>

Hi-tech infrared car system helps spot approaching wildlife on road

02 Sep 2013

Washington: A Swedish-American company has developed a hi-tech infrared car system that alerts night drivers about approaching humans and wildlife from 500 feet away.

Hi-tech infrared car system,   infrared car system,   in-car night-vision systems,   Night View Assist Plus,   ,  
<strong>Road</strong> designed to play music as vehicles pass over

Road designed to play music as vehicles pass over

02 Mar 2013

Authorities in the central Chinese province of Henan inaugurated a road that is designed to play music as vehicles pass over it, the media said. Hundreds of narrow ribbons are arrayed across a 300-meter stretch of the road in such as way as to play a tune as vehicles pass.

musical road,   musical road in China,   China musical road,   musical road in California,   ,   asphaltophone,  
UK teen takes 24,000-mile <strong>road</strong> trip to raise funds for injured troops

UK teen takes 24,000-mile road trip to raise funds for injured troops

10 Jun 2013

A UK based teen has taken upon himself to raise money and awareness for the wounded troops and their families.UK teen takes 24,000-mile road trip to raise funds for injured troops.

UK based teen,   raise money,   Ollie's Odyssey,   traveling for six months,   wounded troops ,  
Never use cell phone while crossing <strong>road</strong>

Never use cell phone while crossing road

14 Dec 2012

Using a mobile phone while driving is already an illegal offence but a new study has warned that using a phone as a pedestrian can be just as hazardous. The University of Washington study found that those texting while crossing the road are four times more likely to ignore oncoming traffic. Texters also took longer to cross the street at busy junctions, a daily reported.

Cellphones,   Mobile phones’ usage,   Daily life,  

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