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Ugadi Ushers in New Year Enthusiasm, Messages for Occasion

Ugadi or New year today called “Hevilambi Nama Samvatsra” is being celebrated by Telugus, Kannadigas and Gudi Padwa by Marathis with colourful mango leaves donning the entrances and arches in streets with flowers and Ugadi Pachchadi being distributed among relatives and friends. Ugadi, or the beginning of a new age in Sanskrit, denotes the the first day of Chaitra month in ...

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Pokemon GO: Born to Win But its Creator Not Alive to See the Success

The idea for the game was conceived in 2014 by Satoru Iwata of Nintendo (who died in July 2015) and Tsunekazu Ishihara of the Pokémon Company as an April Fools’ Day collaboration with Google called Pokémon Challenge, with geographical location-based tech know-how from Tatsuo Nomura of Google Maps. Nomura later became a full-time senior project manager at Niantic. Niantic is ...

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103rd Indian Science Congress: PM Modi to Open in Mysore Today

Fresh after Goa session of Indian Science Congress that had sent out signals of renewal of ancient Hindu science leads including Pushpak Vimana controversy to Plastic Surgery, Indian scientists will meet this year in Mysore today, Sunday Jan. 3 with focus on market-oriented “Make in India” program. Live streaming of 103rd Indian Science Congress is available on ipomo app at ...

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Karva Chauth: From Bond to Gold, Festival Priorities Change with Times

Karva Chauth to be observed by married Hindu women for the longevity, well-being and prosperity of their husbands, has been undergoing radical change of late with wives more attracted by market attractions for the occasion while jewelry firms are luring the Hindu wives with discounts like any other festival. While wives pray for their husbands’ long life, in turn they ...

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Coffee or Tea? Coffee too is Good for Your Heart!

A new study has found that there is no relation between drinking coffee and an increased risk of atrial fibrillation, according to research published in the open access journal BMC Medicine. The research includes a meta-analysis of four other studies, making it the largest study its kind, involving nearly 250,000 individuals over the course of 12 years to investigate a ...

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La Tomatino: Tomato Throwing Festival Makes Sense from Google Doodle to Economics

The world’s largest food fight throwing tomatoes called La Tomatina festival is being celebrated in Spain with more than 40 tons of tomatoes ready to throw at as Google made it popular with its Doodle today. The Google doodle, when clicked, begins showing cartoon characters throwing tomatoes relentlessly at the other and the bizarre fight reminds that tomato is abundant ...

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