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Lady Finger | Bhindi in English | Okra in Hindi | ladies finger

Lady Finger | Bhindi in English | Okra in Hindi | ladies finger. Bhindi or ladyfinger contains potassium, phosphorus, iodine, protein, and vitamin A.........

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Methi | Fenugreek in Hindi | Kasuri methi | Mathi | methi dana

Methi | Fenugreek in Hindi | Kasuri methi | Mathi | 1tsp of fenugreek seeds contains the following nutritional facts such as........

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Walk in | Say No Junk Food | How To Be Fit And Healthy

Walk in | Say No Junk Food | How To Be Fit And Healthy. Sleep on your left side while you got asleep, Drink more water, Walk more, Avoid junk food.........

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Top 6 health benefits of vegetables visit now for everyone

Here are some health benefits of vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli, zucchini, asparagus, sweet potato, onion. These vegetables very useful.........

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U.S. sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as Hong Kong vows it won't be intimidated

Beijing’s top representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday that sanctions imposed by Washington on senior Hong Kong and Chinese officials were “clowning actions” that would not frighten or intimidate Chinese people. Separately, the Hong Kong government said the sanctions were “shameless and despicable” and represented “blatant and barbaric” interference in China’s internal affairs. “We will not be intimidated,” a government spokesman said. The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on Luo Huining, the head of China’s Liaison Office, as well as Hong........

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Explained: Why black boxes are important to an air crash investigation

In a significant development towards ascertaining the reasons behind the on Friday evening, investigators have found the “black boxes” of the ill-fated Boeing 737-800 aircraft. These boxes will help investigators weave together the crucial events that led to the crash, which , including both pilots. The black boxes, which are actually two orange metallic boxes containing the recorders, date back to the early 1950s, when, following plane crashes, investigators were unable to arri........

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Explained: Why are forex reserves shooting up when Indian economy is hit?

Covid-hit India’s foreign exchange reserves jumped by a record $11.9 billion in the week ending July 31 to hit , making it the fifth largest holder of reserves in the world. During the 10-month period between September 27, 2019 and July 31, 2020, the foreign exchange reserves have swelled by $100 billion. At a time when the economy is under stress and the growth is expected to contract in 2020-21, the rising forex reserves have come as a breather as it can cover India’s import bill of more than one ........

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What next after Ayodhya

Almost as soon the foundation-laying ceremony of the Ram Temple at Ayodhya—highlighted by an from Prime Minister Narendra Modi—ended, and the PM departed for the helipad to begin his return journey, a central question on lips of many journalists was ‘What comes next?’” Significantly, almost no one from the VHP crowd, which led the Ramjanmabhoomi movement to a crescendo, to the mahants and other religious heads present on the occasion, or even the broader RSS crowd was willing to raise the pending Hindutva agenda for Kashi and Mathura. It was as though all were........

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GDP will contract, but by how much? Why RBI's silence is worrisome

Managing India's economy is not the job of the Reserve Bank of India. It is the regulator of banking and controller of credit flow in the economy. In this capacity, it channels the flow of India's entire treasury, monitors the economy as it passes through different phases and carefully prepares pragmatic roadmaps for future risks. This is why the RBI has been giving out a projection of the GDP growth rate in the country for decade........

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Simpler COVID-19 test could provide results in hours from saliva

Scientists from UW–Madison's AIDS Vaccine Research Laboratory, a team that in recent years has also turned its attention to COVID-19 and Zika virus outbreaks as need arose, have tuned a relatively simple genetic testing process to find evidence of the novel coronavirus in saliva. With support from a National Institutes of Health grant program that hopes to expand testing in the United States by fall, the researchers have collected hundreds of samples from v........

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Gates commits $150M to make $3 COVID-19 vaccines for vulnerable nations

Inside money, markets, and big tech AstraZeneca and Novavax are potential candidates The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has committed $150 million towards manufacturing 100 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccines specifically for low- and middle-income countries. Gates‘ millions ensure the Serum Institute of India can produce enough volume once a vaccine acquires regulatory approval, and ultimately keep the cost of each dose below $3. The end goal is to deliver doses to 92 vulnerable countries around the world   so that they aren’t left behind onc........

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Algorithm reveals some of us have DNA from a mystery ancestor

Human-centric AI news and analysis Scientists made the discovery by analyzing ancient genomes Interbreeding gets a bad rap these days, but early humans loved a bit of interspecies action. Genes from fossils show our ancestors had entanglements with both Neanderthals and an ancient group called Denisovans. But new research suggests they also got it on with another mystery relative, whose DNA still exists in people today. Scientists from Cornell University and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory made the discovery by developing an algorithm that analyzes ........

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Coronavirus in India: Nation reported 61,000 new cases and 933 deaths in 24 hours

After recording the biggest spike of 62,000 in a day, India has seen over 61,000 new cases on Friday. The total number of reported cases in the country is now 20.88 lakh. A total of 933 fatalities were also reported in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll to 42,518. Among the total 20,88,612 Covid-19 positive cases, 6,19,088 are active cases and 14,27,006 people got cured and discharged after fighting with deadly virus. India's recovery rate now stands at 68.32% while the mortality rate is at 2.04%. ICM........

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Naga peace talks with Central government to sort out critical issues

The prime minister’s envoy to the Naga peace talks R N Ravi, who is also the governor of Nagaland, will be leaving for New Delhi next week to hold talks with the collective leadership of the Nationalist Social Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) led by its general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah, to short out differences on rhetorical issues like—flag, separate constitution for Nagaland and setting up a memorial of arms and ammunitions of Naga rebels at Kohima. Disclosing that a delegat........

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RBI increases gold loan-to-value ratio to 90%, interest rates unchanged

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday kept interest rates unchanged to help tame inflation that in recent times had surged past 6 per cent mark, and said that the economy is in an extremely weak condition following the pandemic. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das also raised the loan-to-value ratio for gold loans to 90 per cent from 75 per cent to mitigate the Covid-19 impact on households. The central bank allowed lenders to restructure corporate and MSME loans that ca........

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Mars colonization is ever more likely, but don’t get too excited – it’ll be billionaires deciding who gets there, and how

On a clear night, there’s nothing better than gazing towards the heavens, wondering what’s out there, but if the answer to that eternal question ever turned out to be Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, and their billionaire pals sitting on Mars and gazing back at Earth, then, Houston, we have a problem. It’s not a completely unlikely scenario in the exciting new climate of space exploration, marked this week by the safe from the International Spac........

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