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tawa paneer masala recipe, easy and quick paneer tava masala recipe

melt butter on a tawa or skillet.<p>add the ajwain (carom seeds) and fry them for a few seconds or till aromatic.<p>add the onions and saute till …

idli fry recipe, how to make idli fry recipe | mumbai style idli fry recipe

cut the refrigerated or day old idlis into fingers, as shown below.<p>heat oil in a kadi or pan till medium hot. add the idli fingers and deep fry till …

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kulfi recipe, how to make kulfi recipe at home | easy kulfi recipe

<b>kulfi recipe</b> with step by step photos – a simple and easy recipe of delicious kulfi made with khoya (mawa or dried evaporated milk solids).<p>in the hot …

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Should You Stay Up Late?

Come on, one more episode of Scandal couldn't hurt.<p>So you want to keep bingeing on Netflix, but you need to wake up early tomorrow. What’s the worst that could happen?<p><i>Click here to read more about the science of sleep.</i><p><i>This article originally appeared in the March 2014 issue of</i> Popular Science.

Curious Things That Fall From The Sky

Rain and snow aren't the only things to fall from the sky. Throughout history rare occurrences have been recorded of other less expected and surprising forms of deluge. In 2001, parts of India were showered with mysterious red particles that were thought to contain alien microbes.<p>Here are some more …

The AIDS Cure

Reservoirs of HIV hide deep within the body. Scientists are now closing in on methods to wipe them out.<p><b>In 2007</b>, a little-known German doctor applied to speak at a prestigious AIDS conference, claiming to have cured a single case of the disease. He described a 41-year-old man, dubbed the “Berlin …

Aloo Frankie by Tarla Dalal

onion tomato chutney recipe, how to make tomato onion chutney recipe

<b>onion tomato chutney recipe</b> with step by step photos. i do like tomato onion chutney, but my preference is always for coconut chutney with idli and …

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Bengali Rasgulla Recipe

रसगुल्ला (Bengali Rasgulla Recipe) बंगाल की एक बहुत ही फेमस और ट्रेडिशनल मिठाई है जिसे ताजे मुलायम पनीर से बनाया जाता है। बंगाली रसगुल्ला खाने में …

Chatpata Sprouts on Crispy Potatoes by Tarla Dalal

Nano-Tweezers Can Move Molecules With Light

Just in case you were getting bored with the world, we bring you a tiny tweezer made of light beams.<p>Scientists have created the tiniest "tweezers" known to date, which can move around objects the size of single molecules with a "bow tie" of light.<p>"To my knowledge these are the smallest tweezers …

When Sleep Goes Terribly Wrong

A story of lost time<p>Chris Stimac was a typical high school freshman: athletic, friendly, into science. He loved football and hoped to play it in college. But in the winter of 2003, he got a flu-like illness, which left him somehow changed. Stimac descended into a dark, foul mood, and he couldn’t …

Genetics Startup Wants To Prolong Life, 'Make 100 Years Old The Next 60'

Brought to you by entrepreneur J. Craig Venter<p>J. Craig Venter, the scientist and entrepreneur involved in the first sequencing of the human genome and the first synthetic cell, today announced a typically ambitious project: tack another few decades onto everyone's lives through the largest human …

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How ‘Cinderella cancers’ are coming in from the cold

Cancer Research UK is determined to tackle the challenges presented by four hard-to-treat types of the disease – brain, lung, pancreatic and oesophageal<p><b>This page forms part of a series on scientific breakthroughs »</b><p>Someone diagnosed with breast cancer today has an 85 per cent chance of beating the …

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