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 Chinese 'thunder god' <strong>plant</strong> may help treat obesity

Chinese 'thunder god' plant may help treat obesity

26 May 2015

Washington: An extract made from a plant that is used in traditional Chinese medicine may help treat obesity by suppressing appetite, a new study has claimed. The extract from the thunder god vine reduces food intake and causes upto a 45 percent decrease in body weight.

Chinese thunder god plant,   obesity,   plant,   body weight,   Celastrol,   Chinese medicine,   obesity treatment,   Latest lifestyle news,  
ArcelorMittal, SAIL ink pact to set up steel <strong>plant</strong> in India

ArcelorMittal, SAIL ink pact to set up steel plant in India

22 May 2015

London: World's largest steel maker ArcelorMittal and SAIL on Friday inked a pact to jointly set up a steel plant in India for the fast growing automotive sector.The MoU was signed here by Lakshmi Mittal, Chairman and CEO of ArcelorMittal, and the state-owned Indian company's Chairman CS Verma.

ArcelorMittal,   SAIL,   Steel Plant,   Lakshmi Mittal,   Narendra Modi,   Latest Business News ,  
 Vegetarians please note! Plants can hear themselves being eaten

Vegetarians please note! Plants can hear themselves being eaten

23 May 2015

New York: Next time when you chew upon your favourite lettuce, be a little more considerate. According to researchers from the University of Missouri (MU), plants can identify the sound of themselves being eaten and react to the threat.

Vegetarians,   Plants,   lettuce,   plant facts,  strange news,   latest lifestyle news,  
Essar pulls out of race to buy Nokia's Chennai mobile <strong>plant</strong>

Essar pulls out of race to buy Nokia's Chennai mobile plant

21 May 2015

New Delhi: Indian conglomerate Essar Group on Thursday said it is no longer interested in buying Nokia's Chennai mobile manufacturing unit.A senior Tamil Nadu government official last month said Nokia has informed that it has identified a serious buyer and added that Essar chief Shashi Ruia was in Chennai to look at the plant.

Essar,   Nokia,   PM Modi,   Delhi High Court,   Microsoft,   Latest Business News ,  
North Korea says it has miniaturised <strong>nuclear</strong> weapons

North Korea says it has miniaturised nuclear weapons

20 May 2015

Seoul: North Korea said on Wednesday it has succeeded in miniaturising its nuclear weapons, a development which could allow them to be delivered by missile.

North Korea,   Miniaturised Nuclear Weapons,   NDC,   Kim Jong Un,   United States,   Latest World News ,  
'Five Eyes': US, allies planned hack of Google app store to <strong>plant</strong> spyware on smartphones

'Five Eyes': US, allies planned hack of Google app store to plant spyware on smartphones

22 May 2015

Washington: The US National Security Agency developed plans to hack into data links to app stores operated by Google and Samsung to plant spyware on smartphones, a media report said.

National Security Agency,   Google app,   App store,   Google,   Samsung,   Spyware,   Smartphones,   Hacking,   United States National Security Agency,  
With <strong>nuclear</strong> deal in sight, Iran drives harder bargain in Indian trade talk: Sources

With nuclear deal in sight, Iran drives harder bargain in Indian trade talk: Sources

20 May 2015

New Delhi: Iranian trade negotiators have become more assertive with Indian counterparts as hopes rise of international sanctions on Tehran easing later this year, sources said, and Indian companies fear they may lose business as more countries bid for projects.

Iran Nuclear Deal,   Indian Trade Talk,   Tehran,   SAIL,   Jindal Steel,   Iran Railways,   Western Economic Sanctions,   Latest Nation News,  
<strong>Nuclear</strong> standoff:  Iran will not accept "unreasonable demands" by six world powers, says Khamenei

Nuclear standoff: Iran will not accept "unreasonable demands" by six world powers, says Khamenei

20 May 2015

Ankara: Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday said Tehran will not accept "unreasonable demands" by the six major powers that are in talks with the Islamic republic to resolve its over a decade-old nuclear standoff.

Iran Nuclear Deal,   Ayatollah Ali Khamenei,   Tehran,   Atomic Arms,   Latest World News ,  
 A <strong>plant</strong> that leads to diamond deposits

A plant that leads to diamond deposits

12 May 2015

New York: A geologist has found a rare African plant that prefers to grow on diamond-bearing kimberlite rocks. The plant, identified as Pandanus candelabrum, is the first indicator species for diamond-bearing rocks, Stephen Haggerty, researcher at Florida International University in Miami, told Science magazine.

plant,   diamond deposits,   geologist,   kimberlite rocks,   African plant,   diamond,   latest lifestyle news,   strange news,  
Jaitapur N-<strong>plant</strong>: Swamy asks Centre to consider alternative site

Jaitapur N-plant: Swamy asks Centre to consider alternative site

20 Apr 2015

New Delhi: With Shiv Sena opposing establishment of the 9,900 MW Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant in Konkan region, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday appealed to the Centre to consider an alternative site for the project and suggested that the reactor could be set up in Gujarat.

Shiv Sena,   Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant,   Konkan region,   BJP,   Subramanian Swamy,   Centre,   Nuclear project,  

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