Nokia 5 Gets a New 3GB RAM Variant in India, Priced at Rs. 13,499

HIGHLIGHTS Nokia 5 3GB RAM variant price in India is Rs. 13,499 It will go on sale initially via Flipkart, before offline availability Apart from RAM, new variant is otherwise identical to the original Nokia 5 comes in a new 3GB RAM variant now, just months after the original 2GB RAM model was released in India. To recall, the original Nokia 5 model with 2GB of RAM was priced at Rs. 12,499. HMD Global, the company that holds the licence to the Nokia mobile brand, recently made headlines in the country with the global…

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Carrot Fries Are The New Sweet Potato Fries

As fall swiftly approaches (I know, huge bummer), we say goodbye to juicy tomatoes and sweet peaches and enter root vegetable season! Beets, sweet potatoes and parsnips spring up, perfect for hearty soups and roasted sides that pair nicely with your coziest turtleneck. One of my favorites of the fall harvest is carrots. Great cooked or raw, they’re sweet, crunchy, and totally irresistible. Roasted, they’re reminiscent of sweet potatoes, which makes them the perfect candidate for oven fries! Tossed with a healthy glug of olive oil and seasoned with cumin and paprika, they have the perfect hint…

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UNESCO’s new campus inaugurated in Delhi

UNESCO Director General, Irina Bokova, along with Prakash Javadekar jointly inaugurated the new premises of Unesco, New Delhi. Representative image UNESCO Director General, Irina Bokova, along with the HRD Minister, Prakash Javadekar jointly inaugurated the new premises of Unesco, New Delhi, cluster office at Chanakyapuri, on Wednesday. The designer of the building, provided by the Centre, Satish Gujral was also present at the ceremony. As per a TOI report, Bokova said, “This building stands as a symbol of the values shared by India and Unesco, of our belief in the…

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Walmart’s New “Sweet Spark” Cantaloupe Ensures You Never Buy A Bland Melon Again

Fruit salad just isn’t the same when it’s not the summer — and not just because it’s best served during a Fourth of July barbecue. Some of the fruit is just not as good when you get it out of season — but Today.com reports Walmart has invented a brand-new fruit to change that. Walmart worked with Bayer to develop the “Sweet Spark,” a cantaloupe variety that is nearly twice as sweet as a typical cantaloupe you’d get in the winter. The goal was to develop a melon that could be grown outside of the typical…

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Your New Favorite Way To Eat Chicken Parm: In A Crunchwrap!

If you’ve ever hung around in the Delish kitchen, you know we’re a little crazy. (In a good way, I hope.) It’s because there are no rules here! We’re constantly striving to outdo ourselves with our culinary creations, which has inevitably lead to many weird food mashups. Quesadilla burger, anyone? This Chicken Parm Crunchwrap is our newest hybrid baby, and though it sounds a little odd, it’s insanely amazing. If you’re an Italian food purist, hear me out. My problem with all chicken parm sandwiches — whether you call it a sub, grinder, or…

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Can New Look’s fall out of fashion be fixed?

when New Look founder Tom Singh opened the doors of his first shop in Taunton in 1969, he did so with a rag-trader’s self-confidence in picking best sellers. Over the years he has put the fashion chain’s rise in popularity down to his instinct for picking fashion winners and overhauling supply chains in Asia, which meant he got his trend-led clothes on shop shelves faster than his rivals. In short, New Look was the original fast-fashion pioneer. However, last week the chain Singh started reported its fifth quarter of poor sales,…

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New generation Jeep Wrangler details surfaces

Jeep has been developing the new-gen Wrangler (code-named JL) for quite some time now. The off-roader was spotted on several occasions, each time affording us brief glimpses into its new body style (it gets a pick-up body style for the first time) and the updates made to the exterior complete with a new roof and windows et al.  Now, more concrete information has surfaced from the FCA’s internal dealer ordering system, leaking details about options, packages, colours, and features. First up, the new JL Wrangler will be available in five trims – JL…

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New Deep Blue color option tipped for upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8

According to tipster Roland Quandt, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 smartphone will have a new color option: Deep Blue. In addition, it’ll also be made available in Midnight Black and Orchid Grey. Although yet to be officially confirmed, the new color shouldn’t come as a surprise, given that last year’s ill-fated Note7 also brought along a new, coral blue color, which was later also launched for the Galaxy S7 edge and the Galaxy S8 flagship duo. The Galaxy Note8 is set to be made official at a dedicated event in New York on August 23. [Source”pcworld”]

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Extroverts quicker at picking up a new language than introverts

Researchers examined whether extrovert-introvert tendencies affected English language proficiency among Chinese students in India, and how these traits influenced language learning.(Shutterstock) Extroverts learning a new language may be better at speaking and reading, but introverts are better listeners, scientists have found. Researchers examined whether extrovert-introvert tendencies affected English language proficiency among Chinese students in India, and how these traits influenced language learning. In Chinese culture, students are expected to listen to their teachers attentively, as opposed to Western culture where class participation is encouraged. Some studies have suggested that such…

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Shake Your Head at Italy’s Crappy New Food Laws

Italy is home to some of the best and most memorable meals I’ve ever eaten. I first visited in 1994, after graduating from college, and have returned on several occasions. Some of my fondest memories are of sampling wonderful street food in Milan, drinking and dining al fresco amid the lights at night in Rome, and enjoying the amazing aromas of wonderful cooking foods that practically permeate the country. That’s why I’m disheartened to learn that Italy is increasingly cracking down on its food culture—including, specifically, the aforementioned Milanese street…

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