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  • South Koreans Stick by Their Noodle Diet Despite Health Worries

    South Koreans Stick by Their Noodle Diet Despite Health Worries

    Kim Min-koo has an easy reply to new American research that hits South Korea where it hurts -- in the noodles. Drunk and hungry just after dawn, he rips the lid off a bowl of his beloved fast food, wobbling on his feet but still defiant over a report that links instant noodles to health hazards."The...

  • Salt Can Kill Cancer Cells, Says Study

    Salt Can Kill Cancer Cells, Says Study

    Could salt be a potential game-changer in finding the cure to cancer? A study that appeared in the Journal 'Nature Chemistry', said that cancer cells can be made to self-destruct if injected with salt.Researchers have created a molecule that can carry particles of sodium and chlorine called ions in...

  • For Tamil Nadu's New Arrivals, Amma Baby Care Kit From Jayalalithaa

    For Tamil Nadu's New Arrivals, Amma Baby Care Kit From Jayalalithaa

    Newborns in Tamil Nadu will be greeted upon arrival with "Amma Baby Care Kits", named after Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, whose government has flooded the state with Amma-branded subsidized salt, canteens, seeds, medicenes and more, all available at...

  • Stressed are the Cheesemakers: Anger at campaign for less salt

    Stressed are the Cheesemakers: Anger at campaign for less salt

    Consensus Action on Salt and Health wants reduced levels, but industry leaders argue: 'too little salt makes bad cheese'"This really is the most stupid thing I've heard in a long time," rails Juliet Harbutt, international cheese guru and chair of the British cheese awards. "Who are these people? Wh...

  • PM Modi Meets Sushil Koirala, Three Agreements Signed

    PM Modi Meets Sushil Koirala, Three Agreements Signed

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala during which the two sides signed three agreements, including a NRs 69 million grant to Nepal to supply iodated salt to curb iodine deficiency diseases.

  • When Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Exchanged Love-Letters

    When Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Exchanged Love-Letters

    Actors Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt kept their romance alive while shooting films in two different continents by sending each other handwritten love letters.

  • High Salt Intake Increases Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics

    High Salt Intake Increases Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics

    People with Type-2 diabetes have more to add to their list of dietary restrictions as researchers have found that a high salt diet may double their risk of developing cardiovascular disease. For long, health experts have harped on the problems associated with too much consumption of salt. According ...

  • Chhunddo (Mango Chutney)

    Chhunddo (Mango Chutney)

    This tangy chutney can brighten up a boring meal. Made with raw mangoes, chillies, cumin, sugar and salt, it will leave your taste buds tingling.

  • Jet Diverted to Salt Lake After Lightning Strike

    Jet Diverted to Salt Lake After Lightning Strike

    A Frontier Airlines official says one of its planes was diverted to Salt Lake City after it was hit by lightning.

  • Salt Melted Ice to Form Water on Mars?

    Salt Melted Ice to Form Water on Mars?

    Researchers have discovered that water could have flowed on the surface of Mars with the help of salt present in the Martian soil that can melt ice.

  • Chicken and Cheese Salad

    Chicken and Cheese Salad

    A sparkling salad with tender chicken breasts and cheese, tossed and mixed in salt, pepper and a generous dose of mayonnaise.

  • Baked Fish with White Sauce

    Baked Fish with White Sauce

    Tender fish fillets smeared in a simple marinade of lime juice and salt, seared golden and bathed in a creamy sauce. Baked this lovely to a lip-smacking perfection.

  • Kachri Ki Chutney

    Kachri Ki Chutney

    Kachri is a wild variety of cucumber that resembles a brown yellow small melon. When mixed with garlic, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric and coriander, it makes a spicy and delicious Rajasthani chutney. A delicious and spicy chutney from the house o...

  • Amma Medicines, Anyone? Jayalalithaa's 'Balm' For the Poor

    Amma Medicines, Anyone? Jayalalithaa's 'Balm' For the Poor

    After Amma Canteens, Amma Mineral Water and Amma Salt, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has launched Amma Pharmacies.

  • Ukrainian Man in 2012 Flight Ruckus Gets Two-Year Probation

    Ukrainian Man in 2012 Flight Ruckus Gets Two-Year Probation

    A Ukrainian truck driver accused of screaming in Russian that a plane wing had caught fire before tussling with passengers aboard a 2012 flight is set to serve two years' probation and pay thousands of dollars in damages under a federal judge's order...

  • After Amma Water and Salt, Jayalalithaa to Launch Amma Medicine Stores

    After Amma Water and Salt, Jayalalithaa to Launch Amma Medicine Stores

    After Amma Canteens, Amma Mineral Water and Amma Salt, Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa is set to launch Amma Pharmacies today.

  • India's Second Largest Salt Water Lake Under Threat

    India's Second Largest Salt Water Lake Under Threat

    India's second largest brackish water lake at Pulicat in South India is under threat. If the centre has its way a major 50 million tonne port may come up just two kilometres away.

  • Kolkata: Statues, Sandesh, Graffiti Get World Cup Touch

    Kolkata: Statues, Sandesh, Graffiti Get World Cup Touch

    Idols of football stars smile upon the adoring fans from street corners, amateur graffiti artists are busy decorating the walls with portraits of the game's legends and wannabe heroes, and the ever-popular local sweet sandesh gets a soccer makeover a...

  • Now, Jayalalithaa Launches 'Amma Salt'

    Now, Jayalalithaa Launches 'Amma Salt'

    After low-cost canteens and drinking water, the Jayalalithaa government in Tamil Nadu has launched "Amma Salt", named after the chief minister.

  • Salting Roads Cuts Through Snow and Lives Short For Butterflies: Study

    Salting Roads Cuts Through Snow and Lives Short For Butterflies: Study

    Covering icy roads with salt can save the lives of human drivers, but US researchers said Monday the practice may be cutting butterfly lives short.

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