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Bosch Makes First Venture Investment In India With Deeptech Startup SimYog

Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions, has announced its first venture investment in India in Bengaluru-based deeptech startup SimYog Technologies. Incubated at the Indian Institute of Science, SimYog has raised $885.7K (INR 6.3 Cr) in a funding round with participation from early-stage venture capital firm Ideaspring Capital. The startup plans to use the fresh funds to expand its product offering. The company will also expand its team to 12 people—from five now—over the next year, as it adds customers and products. Founded in 2017 by Dipanjan Gope, Anant Devi and…

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Kerala makes it to CNN Travel’s list of 19 places to visit in 2019

Soak in the beauty of Kerala in 2019. (Source: Instagram/KeralaTourism, Designed by Gargi Singh) Kerala became one of the 19 places shortlisted by CNN this year for travel enthusiasts to visit in 2019. Stating that Kerala lives up to its moniker, God’s Own Country, the reports says, “This area of India has it all: sun, sea, sand, good food, houseboats, culture and wildlife. Its spectacular natural landscapes — think palm trees and sprawling backwaters — lend the region the nickname “God’s Own Country.” The report also mentions the floods that wreaked havoc in…

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Eating Curd Rice Makes You A Happy Person, Seriously!

Born and brought up in North India, I didn’t have much curd rice growing up, and it was not until my early twenties, that I had curd rice for the first time in my life! Not only that, I had to travel to the other side of the world to discover this yummy food. Once I started living in USA, most of my friends were from South India and they introduced me to this wonderful dish. It was indeed love at “first taste”, and I joined the community of lakhs…

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Karela Juice For Weight Loss: What Makes It A Perfect Drink To Burn Fat

So, it may not be one of the most loved vegetables across the world, but it is a universally acknowledged fact that karela, or bitter gourd, is one of the most nutritious veggies one can add to their diet. The bitter-pungent taste of this wonder veggie may have given karela a ‘not-so popular’ rep amongst many, but once you develop a taste for these lovely bitters – there is just no looking back. The many savoury bitter gourd preparations are a proof to India’s obsession with karela. Bitter gourd juice contains a…

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Living near trees makes people less stressed by boosting their brain

Living near an abundance of trees makes adults less stressed, according to new research. People who build their homes in the lap of mother nature may have a healthier brain and may be at lower risk of developing stress-related depression and anxiety disorders than those living near the urban green or wasteland, the research says. The findings showed that city dwellers are at a higher risk of psychiatric illnesses such as depression, anxiety disorders and schizophrenia than countryside dwellers. This is because life in a city is full of noise…

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This Artichoke Benedict Recipe Makes Brunch Anything But Basic

Eggs benedict is a true brunch gem, what with its runny poached egg yolk soaking into a perfectly toasted English Muffin, all hiding underneath a buttery hollandaise. Unfortunately, as much as we love the dish, most of the time it’s so heavy that you end up feeling lethargic the rest of the day. (In fact, it’s one of these 12 brunch orders worse than a steak dinner.) That’s where this artichoke benedict recipe comes in. It’s from the Jillian Michaels App, and is a healthier — but just as delicious — version of the…

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