iPhone XS, Apple Watch Series 4 Renders Leaked Ahead of September 12 Launch

We have our first look at what will be the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED variants of the upcoming iPhone XS. HIGHLIGHTS The 2018 iPhone event is slated for September 12 Apple Watch Series 4 is also expected at the event The event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater Apple just sent out invites for one of the most awaited tech events globally – the 2018 iPhone launch – slated for September 12 at the company’s Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The “Gather Round” teaser issued with the invite does not reveal much…

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Learn The Art Of Making Biryani With These 4 Easy Steps

Biryani is one of the most loved delicacies not just in India but across the globe. It is said that, biryani was first brought by Mughals in north India, whereas in south India it was introduced by the Arabs. Thereafter, India witnessed many different versions of biryani – including Hyderabadi biryani, Keema biryani, Awadhi mutton biryani, Lucknowi biryani, Chicken biryani, Fish biryani – all with their own unique taste and flavour. Biryani is a complete meal in itself, apt to suit all occasions, whether you are looking for a lazy Sunday afternoon or grand indulgence at the dinner table. For making a perfect, lip-smacking biryani, you…

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4 Popular Punjabi Breakfast Dishes You Must Try Once In Life

Punjabis and their love for food is not an unknown fact. Popular for their vivacious and vibrant culture, a major part of their joie de vivre is associated with their deep rooted affection for all things good, greasy and indulgent. From the lip-smacking sarson ka saagto buttery dal makhani and who can forget the global phenomenon butter chicken,Punjab’s contribution to Indian cuisine is immense. But it isn’t just heavy lunch and decadent dinner that Punjabi cuisine in famous for. The extensive range of Punjabi breakfast has gained its own share of stardom in the foodie…

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Basant Panchami 2018: Significance of Colour Yellow and 4 Dishes To Celebrate With

Hindus across the country are gearing up to celebrate Basant Panchami on 22nd January 2018. The word‘Basant’ means spring and ‘Panchmi’ denotes the fifth day of the “Maagh” month of Hindu calendar. Basant Panchami is also celebrated as ‘Saraswati Puja’ in many communities. Children are introduced to reading and writing on this auspicious day. It is considered as a blessed beginning of learning with the goddess of knowledge and wisdom- Saraswati. The festival that marks the onset of spring is celebrated with many motifs characteristic to spring. People deck up in colourful clothes and relish in seasonal foods….

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4 Foods That May Help Control UTI

The urinary tract consists of the Kidneys, Bladder, Ureters (tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder) and Urethra (that carry urine from the bladder outside). Infection in any part of the tract is Urinary Tract Infection or UTI however it is a term commonly used for infection in the lower tract i.e. the bladder and urethra. Women are more prone to UTI’s than men. Some common symptoms of UTI, as stated by the Cleveland Clinic: 1. Pain in the flank (side), abdomen or pelvic area 2. Pressure in the lower…

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Rose Flavoring and a Wine Shortage: These Are the 4 Food Trends to Watch in 2018

It was a bad year for wine growers, but a good one for meatless burger makers. We compiled the weirdest and most important food trends to watch in the coming year. (We recommend taking advantage of that mealkit subscription discount while you still can.) The article is part of the Fortune 2018 Crystal Ball, our predictions for the year ahead. Find the whole list here. Veggie Meat Is The New Plant-Based Milk Okay, we’re going to say it: Plants are hot. Milk alternatives—led by the likes of almond milk—have grown 45% by…

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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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NGO Pratham raises 4 million USD to encourage Child Education in India

One of India’s largest non-governmental education organisations, Pratham, has raised more than USD 4 million for providing quality education to underprivileged children in the country. India’s largest NGO raises 4 million USD to encourage Child Education One of India’s largest non-governmental education organisations, Pratham, has raised more than USD 4 million for providing quality education to underprivileged children in the country. Pratham is an innovative learning organisation created to improve the quality of education in India. Here’s what Mangala Mehar, one of the beneficiaries of the organisation’s educational programmes, said:…

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Billboard suggests October 4 unveiling for Google Pixel 2

Last month, serial leakster Evan Blass revealed the next generation Google Pixelsmartphones will be officially unveiled on October 5. However, if a newly-spotted Google billboard is anything to go by, the devices may arrive a day earlier. Agreed, the billboard doesn’t explicitly say anything, but the words “Ask more of your phone,” followed by Google’s logo and the date are strong indications that the company is talking about a new phone, details related to which will be outed on October 4. For what it’s worth, last year’s Pixel event also happened on…

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4 foods you only get to enjoy in the Ashanti Region

Ashanti Region; land of the Golden stool is the cultural heartbeat of Ghana. The region can boast of many natural resources, beautiful natural sceneries and many tourist attractions. The people of  Ashanti region are deep rooted in culture and tradition. They warmly received people from other regions and as tradition demands, serve them with sumptuous meals. Their peculiar local  cuisines distinguishes them from others region. Why not travel this weekend to Ashanti Region to explore, learn their rich culture and try new cuisines. 1. Fufu and Goat light soup Fufu…

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