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Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

31 Jul 2015

London: The sugar in your cup of coffee not only gives a sweet taste but also helps reduce the bitterness of tea and coffee, new research reveals. Scientists from the University of York have provided new insights into the way in which caffeine, sugar and water interact at the molecular level to affect the taste of hot beverages.

coffee,   sugar,   University of York,   caffeine,   scientists,   hot beverages,   health,   fitness,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
 Lose weight for healthy liver: Study

Lose weight for healthy liver: Study

29 Jul 2015

Washington: Weight loss through lifestyle modification and bariatric surgery can significantly reduce features of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a disease characterised by fat in the liver, studies said.

weight,   weight loss,   liver,   bariatric surgery,   NASH,   University of Bologna,   latest health news,  
Microsoft recognises India as 'growth opportunity'

Microsoft recognises India as 'growth opportunity'

21 Jul 2015

New York: Microsoft recognises India as a "growth opportunity", a senior company executive has said as he voiced enthusiasm over the potential of combining the firm's technological tools with the country's ambitious campaigns like 'Make in India' and 'Digital India'.

Microsoft,   Growth opportunity,   Microsoft India,   Technological tools,   Make in India,   Digital India,   Skill India,  
AAP accuses NSUI of attacking its leaders at Delhi <strong>University</strong>

AAP accuses NSUI of attacking its leaders at Delhi University

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)'s youth wing today accused the Congress-affiliated National Students Union of India (NSUI) members of attacking two of its leaders - Alka Lamba and Dilip Pandey - with eggs and stones when they had gone to welcome the freshers at DU's North Campus.

Aam Aadmi Party,   AAP youth wing,   Congress,   National Students Union of India,   NSUI,   Alka Lamba,   Dilip Pandey,   DU North Campus,  
Chandela blame officials for World <strong>University</strong> Games no-show

Chandela blame officials for World University Games no-show

16 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Defending her no-show in the 50m three-position event at the World University Games in South Korea, ace shooter Apurvi Chandela said it was the officials who misguided and asked her to compete in an event for which she did not even have the equipment.

World University Games,   Indian shooter,   Apurvi Chandela,   Latest News,  
Mind-controlled car showcased by Chinese <strong>university</strong>

Mind-controlled car showcased by Chinese university

16 Jul 2015

Beijing: An indigenously-developed mind-controlled car that would do away the use of steering wheel or accelerator was today unveiled for the first time in China.

Mind-controlled car,   Steering wheel,   Accelerator,   China car,   Self driving car,  
Delhi <strong>University</strong> greets fresh batch, rolls out choice based credit system

Delhi University greets fresh batch, rolls out choice based credit system

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The colleges under Delhi University today geared up for the new academic session and welcomed a fresh batch of undergraduate students who will be the first to study as per the new Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).

Delhi University,   DU fresh batch,   DU new batch 2015,   DU new academic session,   Choice Based Credit System,   CBCS,   DU ragging,   DU new students,   Delhi University colleges,   latest news,  
Digital India: Microsoft to focus on rural internet, cloud services

Digital India: Microsoft to focus on rural internet, cloud services

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Supporting the Digital India initiative, world's largest software maker Microsoft Corp today said it will help the government in efforts to "transform" the country through technological innovations.

Digital India,   Microsoft Corporation,   Modi government,   Technological innovations,   Satya Nadella,  
  High drama after bear enters US <strong>university</strong> campus

High drama after bear enters US university campus

14 Jul 2015

Boulder: Wildlife officials tranquilised a 60-pound bear that found a resting spot on a tree in the University of Colorado campus in Boulder.

bear,   US university campus,   University of Colorado,   strange news,   Latest lifestyle news,  
AIU bans three archers for three years for no show in Universiade

AIU bans three archers for three years for no show in Universiade

22 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Cracking the whip on the three archers who missed the bronze medal play-off during the recently-concluded World University Games, the Association of Indian Universities has banned them and their coach for three years, besides asking them to return the money spent on them.

World University Games,   Association of Indian Universities,   Gurwinder Singh,   Kanwalpreet Singh,   Aman,   Jiwanjot Singh,   Latest News ,  

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