Vivo V7 With 24-Megapixel Selfie Camera, 18:9 Display Launched: Price, Specifications

Vivo V7 India launch is scheduled for Monday, November 20 HIGHLIGHTS Vivo V7 India launch is set for Monday, November 20 The smartphone has been launched in Indonesia It is very similar to the already launched Vivo V7+ Vivo V7 has been launched in Indonesia, shortly after the Chinese smartphone manufacturer announced the India launch of the smartphone on Monday, November 20. As expected, the Vivo V7 is a selfie-focused smartphone with an 18:9 FullView display, just like the Vivo V7+ that was launched in India back in September. Vivo has revealed the price and specifications of the V7…

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Vivo V7 With 5.7-Inch 18:9 Display, 24-Megapixel Front Camera Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Vivo V7 was launched in India on Monday at an event in Gurugram. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer’s latest selfie-focused smartphone is a smaller version of the Vivo V7+ that the company had launched back in September this year. The smartphone retains much the same specifications as its larger sibling, but, features a smaller battery, half the onboard storage, and a smaller display. Highlights include its 18:9 display and its 24-megapixel front camera. At the event, the company revealed the Vivo V7 price in India, its specifications, and its availability. The smartphone will be an online…

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iPhone With Dual-SIM Support Due in 2018, Apple Looking to Intel for Modems: Kuo

Amid the success story of the iPhone X, Apple is now reported to be bringing new iPhone models in 2018 with dual-SIM support. The Cupertino company is also rumoured to be in talks with Intel to provide 5G modems on a future iPhone to deliver a faster experience. Supporting two networks with dual-SIM card slots is quite common among handsets developed by companies like Samsung and Xiaomi. But if we believe the latest research note by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone models that would be debuted in the second half of 2018, as the successors of…

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Cooking with Winter Berries: 4 Ways to Make the Most of Them

Every time November comes around, I start getting excited about all the wintry produce that makes its way into my kitchen. There’s delicate, pearly ponkh, and sturdy sweet-fleshed yams. There’s mogri (rat-tail radish), and amba haldi, which looks and tastes like a cross between ginger, turmeric and mango. Fresh leafy greens such as sarson and bathua pile up in my vegetable crisper. My lovely Gujarati neighbour sends around a bowlful of homemade undhiyu. And yet, winter wouldn’t be winter without the profusion of berries that swell my shopping bag, every time I return from a visit…

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Warm Your Tummy This Winter With These 5 Special Comfort Food Recipes

Break-ups, fights, terminations and losing a loved one are events which do not have a season. And guess what’s common in all of them and other similar situations? Grief. Nah! Just kidding, it’s comfort food people! It always is. You know when you are sad or angry, all you need is food and not just any kind of food, comfort food. Comfort foods have a way of soothing any stressed soul like nothing else can. For some it may be a tub of ice-cream, for others it could be homemade rajma-chawal….

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Horror classic Call of Cthulu: Dark Corners of the Earth hits GOG with ‘fixes for modern PCs’

Call of Cthulu: Dark Corners of the Earth is one of the all-time great horror games. It’s also notoriously busted. Buggy even at release, it only got worse in the intervening years as OS upgrades and so on rendered it basically unplayable. The situation deteriorated so much I finally removed Dark Corners of the Earth from PCWorld’s list of the best horror games list this year. Bad timing I guess. Out of nowhere, GOG.com’s put a restored version of Dark Corners of the Earth up for sale on Halloween, promising “fixes for modern computers.” If you buy it (for a mere…

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For baby: Pasta shells with salmon and veggies in a ‘cheats’ cheese sauce

Total time: 0:45 Prep: 0:15 Cook: 0:30 Level: Easy Yield: 6 child portions Ingredients 200 g. skinless, boneless salmon fillet 1 Knob of butter 150 g. mini shell pasta 150 g. broccoli florets 2 tbsp. olive oil 1 large onion, thinly sliced 1 garlic clove, crushed 200 g. peeled butternut squash, deseeded and diced 250 mL unsalted or weak vegetable stock 200 g. full fat creme fraiche 150 g. cherry tomatoes, halved 50 g. grated parmesan cheese squeeze lemon juice Directions Preheat the oven to 180°C/350°F/Gas 4. Put the salmon in the centre of a…

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Dhal with paneer and greens

Total time: 0:25 Level: Easy Serves: 4 people Ingredients 2 tsp. vegetable oil 1 large onion, finely chopped 3 cloves garlic, thinly sliced 3 tbsp. tikka curry paste 175 g. red split lentils, rinsed 200 g. baby leaf greens, trimmed and shredded 226 g. paneer, cut into 16 pieces 2 tbsp. freeze-dried curry leaves Directions Warm half the oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat. Add the onion, cover and cook for 5 minutes until soft. Stir in about one third of the garlic and all the curry paste, cooking for…

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Fish curry with coconut brown rice

Total time: 0:40 Prep: 0:10 Cook: 0:30 Level: Easy Serves: 2 people Ingredients 250 g. butternut squash, peeled and chopped into 2-3cm pieces 1 tbsp. vegetable or coconut oil 125 g. wholegrain rice 200 mL reduced fat coconut milk 1 onion, finely sliced 30 g. fresh root ginger, finely chopped 1 tbsp. (heaped) Thai red curry paste 200 mL fresh fish stock 2 firm white fish fillets (such as cod or haddock) Directions Preheat the oven to 200˚C, gas mark 6. Arrange the squash on a foil-lined baking tray; drizzle with ½ tbsp oil, season…

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Food Combinations: Should You be Pairing Curd with Fish?

What you eat matters a great deal but how you plan your meals holds greater significance. It is understood that many nutrients simply pass through the body without getting absorbed in the absence of another supporting micronutrient. Minerals, vitamins, nutrients and enzymes always work in tandem with each other to give our body a holistic nutritive supply. At times two such agents react in a way that may cause irritation or discomfort in the body. This piece – one out of many in the series of our planned articles on food…

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