5 South Indian Regional Cuisines You Need to Try if You Haven’t Already

For many years, South Indian cuisine was often painted with the same brush. That’s changed across the country as a combination of evolved diners and a plethora of restaurant openings showcases the differences between the cuisines of major South Indian states. But anyone who has travelled for food in India will know that flavours and ingredients change almost every 100 kms. It’s the same in almost all parts of South India. Almost every state’s culinary specialities are in fact a medley of some very distinct regional cuisines that have been…

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5 Education Stories To Watch In 2017

Every year for the past few years, I’ve dusted off my crystal ball and offered a few predictions for the new year. Back on Nov. 9 though, I threw out the ones I had been working on and started over. The election of Donald Trump altered the landscape for K-12 and higher education and created greater political uncertainty in the debate over how to improve schools. Here’s my revised, updated list of predictions for 2017. Prediction No. 1 Education Prediction No. 1: It is unclear how government will use federal…

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The Stuff Gadget Podcast episode 5: the gang pours one out for Pebble

On the one hand this has been a bit of a sad week in gadget land, what with Pebble going the way of the dodo, but on the other hand it’s been a great week for gaming news and reviews. So join us for this emotional rollercoaster of a podcast! We fight over the relative merits of Super Mario Run, The Last Guardian and The Last of Us Part II, plus the amazing update in development for BT TV customers, and the downright hottest coffee machine we’ve ever laid eyes…

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Ex-Sainsbury’s Chief Predicts Post Brexit Food Price Rises Of 5% – And A Chain Going Bust

We have two predictions today from Justin King, the ex-Sainsbury’s chief executive. One is that food prices are going to rise by some 5% as a result of Brexit and the subsequent fall in the pound. The other is that there’s going to be the collapse of one of the food retailers as a result of pressures upon margins. The problem with these predictions is that it’s entirely possible to see either one happening but it’s very difficult to see both happening at the same time. They’re not quite mutually…

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5 Warning Signs That You’re Buying Stolen Gadgets Online

In today’s technologically advanced society, everyone is very much dependent on the internet. Whether it’s about purchasing goods or checking out any information, the internet is our backbone in almost every phase of life. To purchase anything be it groceries, clothing or gadgets, people today are dependent on the online medium as there are several deals, offers, and options available online. People want all the latest gadgets in their hand, but when it comes to spending money, they are a pretty miser in that. SEE ALSO: Reliance Jio to Launch…

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5 questions to ask before choosing a health plan

It’s open enrollment season, the time of year when we need to sort through confusing options and try to predict how often we’ll get sick next year. Some people, especially those shopping for plans on the Obamacare insurance exchanges are facing bigger price tags. Rolling over into the same plan may not be an option for people who learned that their plans are being eliminated or that their premiums are doubling. Workers who get insurance through their jobs may also find new options for next year, such as telemedicine services,…

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5 things we learned at Bitten L.A. about the future of food

Today was the first time that Bitten, a food conference based in New York, was held in L.A., and there was plenty of knowledge being dropped on the food-focused crowd. Panelists included Sean Raspet, flavorist at Soylent; Maude Standish, a trend forecaster; Scott Winegard, executive chef at Matthew Kenney Cuisine; L.A.’s very own Jonathan Gold and more. At the Galley Theater at Barnsdall Art Park, everything from supper clubs to cannabis cooking was discussed, but a common theme throughout the talks was the future of food. Here are five predictions…

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Sony Bravia KD-65Z9D 65-inch Android TV with 4K HDR processor launched at Rs 5,04,900

NEW DELHI: Sony has launched its next generation Bravia smartTV in India. Bearing the model number KD-65Z9D, the Android 6.0 based TV is part of the new Bravia Z9D series and comes with numerous advanced features. The 65-inch TV has a price tag of Rs 5,04,900 and will be available at select Sony Centers and electronic stores in India. Also, pre-bookings will be available from October 15 to October 31. The new Sony Bravia KD-65Z9D has a new 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme, which is claimed to provide the ultimate…

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5 ways to spruce up your car’s entertainment system

Gadgets Now | Spandan Bhattacharjee | Oct 12, 2016, 09.00 AM IST Five ways to spruce up your car’s entertainment system So you’ve bought a new car. You’ve taken it for a ride around the city and excitedly shown it to all your friends and family members. But as you are driving, you glance at the dashboard and realize that it wears a deserted look. Though you’ve invested all your savings in buying the car, the interiors (especially the front console) still have standard, manufacturer-fitted equipment. And shelling out more…

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Sony Bravia KD-65Z9D 65-inch Android TV with 4K HDR processor launched at Rs 5,04,900

NEW DELHI: Sony has launched its next generation Bravia smartTV in India. Bearing the model number KD-65Z9D, the Android 6.0 based TV is part of the new Bravia Z9D series and comes with numerous advanced features. The 65-inch TV has a price tag of Rs 5,04,900 and will be available at select Sony Centers and electronic stores in India. Also, pre-bookings will be available from October 15 to October 31. The new Sony Bravia KD-65Z9D has a new 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme, which is claimed to provide the ultimate…

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