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Size 'does' matter in the bedroom
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Size 'does' matter in the bedroom

It's an ongoing bone of contention among many for centuries!   A team of researchers has an answer and it isn't good news for shorter people. Researchers at Chapman University studied 60,058 people and found a link between bodily size and the number of previous sexual partners. They found that taller guys tend to get more action. On the other hand, men who were shorter than average had one to three fewer sexual partners than the larger men. And the shortest men had the least previous ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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Share your monsoon recipes

What are you cooking this rainy season? Tell us! The monsoon is finally here!  As some of you sit by the window pane and cuddle yourself while watching the drops hit the ground, you'll feel the need to eat something warm and crunchy. The mere mention of fried and crispy onion pakoras, lemon spiced bhuttas and hot tea would be enough to get your stomach rumbling. If you don't want to catch a cold, treat yourself to a bowl of rasam or lamb soup. Is your mouth watering already? Well, ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Mango recipes: Murabba, Panna, Chutney and Mangai Sadam  Rediff.com2 months ago 10 yummy monsoon treats  Rediff.com3 days ago
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No law broken in funding cluster bomb maker: SBI

SBI said it provided credit to Orbital ATK Inc as part of a syndicated deal with other banks. IMAGE: Banks, pension funds and insurance companies, had invested over $28 billion in seven cluster bomb companies. Photograph kind courtesy: Manjul Kumar/Wikimedia Commons     The State Bank of India (SBI) has defended financing a US cluster bomb manufacturer, saying its investments were legal, after being put in a "Hall of Shame" along with several other major banks by a Dutch ...
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Lessons from Sikkim for other states

There is nothing India-like about Sikkim and nothing Sikkimese about, well, large parts of India, says Anjuli Bhargava. IMAGE: Sikkim is almost like a foreign country. Photograph kind courtesy: Carsten.nebe/Wikimedia Commons     Can't the rest of India adopt some of the practices and beliefs of this tiny state? Can one tiny part of the country feel so very different from the rest? Can it seem almost like a foreign country? And what makes it so different? I am just back from ...
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After 3 false starts, can Pune transform itself into a smart city?

In the fourth of a five-part series, Shivani Shinde Nadhe analyses the plans and preparations in the city.   Part 1: How Surat will get a grand makeover Part 2: How Bhubaneswar will transform into a smart city Part 3: Visakhapatnam dreams to become India's San Francisco IMAGE: Pune is also among the earliest to get the initial funding of Rs 200 crore from the central government. Photograph kind courtesy: Amit20081980/Wikimedia Commons     Pune, the city that ...
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10 foreign cousins of our good old Indian dishes

Did you know Turmeric Latte or our Haldi Doodh is trending abroad?   Indian food has a vast, intriguing history. Over the years, many of its recipes have travelled to foreign lands.  Take the case of the humble Masala Chai. It is now a popular beverage of choice in America.  Close on its heels is Haldi Doodh which is becoming a fashionable drink to sip beyond our shores.   Known as Turmeric Latte or the golden milk, it is a favoured preference in cafes all over, as folks are ...
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Connaught Place world's 7th most expensive office market

IMAGE: Connaught Place. Photograph: Reuters   Asia continued to dominate the list of the world’s most expensive office locations, accounting for seven of the top 10 markets. With occupancy cost of $149.71 (Rs 10,030) per square foot, New Delhi’s Central Business District of Connaught Place is the seventh most expensive prime office market in the world, according to a study. Connaught Place was ranked sixth in the previous bi-annual survey of CBRE Research. IMAGE: Mumbai ...
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QS University Rankings 2016: IISc, 4 IITs among Asia's top 50

Four Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore make it to the top 50 in the QS University Asia Rankings 2016. Read on to find out how they've fared since last year. The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore (pictured left) and four IITs -- Mumbai, Delhi, Madras and Kanpur -- figure in the list of Asia's top 50 universities, as per the QS University Rankings for 2016. The IISc, which is placed 33rd this year, had emerged as ...
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10 secret experiences about Goa no one will tell you

You won't regret including this list in your itinerary.   For many, Goa is known as the land of beaches, hippies and parties that last all night. But there's more to this popular seaside destination. Beyond the beaches lies a rich culture with a charming history -- that's what makes Goa such an alluring place. Read on to find out about 10 unusual things (not in any particular order) you should do on your next visit to this sun-kissed state. 1. Go scuba-diving to spot shipwrecks at the ...
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Duty-free shops outside food safety ambit: FSSAI

  Ignoring the internal warnings about the potential threat of bio-terrorism and general safety of consumers, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India has decided to stop regulating imported food and beverages sold at duty-free shops. Business Standard reviewed internal documents of FSSAI, dated between January and April 2016, showing the authority’s chairperson overruling his subordinate officials’ opinion that the Food Safety and Standards Act Act, 2006 requires the ...
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