For your well-being: Having more walnuts improves gut and heart health
A study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, said walnuts may be a heart and gut-healthy snack.
State of California hopes to boost trade ties with India
Kounalakis, who is visiting India along with the Bay Area Business Council, said wit...
Responding to California worker law, Uber stops upfront pricing
Uber Technologies Inc on Wednesday informed its California customers that it ...
Hype House and the LA TikTok mansion gold rush
Hype House, the physical location of a new content creator collective, is a Spanish-style mansion perched at the top of a hill on a gated street in Los Angeles.
Golden Globes 2020: Pretty in pink Priyanka Chopra owns red carpet with hubby Nick
Global icon Priyanka Chopra and her singer husband Nick Jonas made a striking appearance at ‘77th Golden Globes Awards’. The event was happe...
India largest market for California walnuts in South Asia: Industry expert
Pamela Graviet, the senior marketing director at the California Walnut Commission (CWC), said the appetite of Indians for walnuts shipped from California has grown significantly in the last few years. She, however, noted that the importation dropped after India changed its tariff rate policy for imported walnuts over a year ago.
US and Chile big winners as Kashmir walnuts lose crunch
Traders said imports would rise because domestic supply of walnuts has fallen by a third, while demand is strong. In the case of apples, a clear picture on the extent of supply disruption from Kashmir would emerge next month, they said. Over 90% of the country’s walnut production comes from Kashmir. Imports typically surge in June-July, ahead of the festive season.
Bill Gates wants you to sleep more in 2020 and here’s why
Gates credits a book for helping him understand the importance of getting a good night’s sleep.
Infosys to pay California $8,00,000 over foreign workers’ visas, tax fraud
Infosys will pay California USD 800,000 (nearly Rs 56 crore) to resolve allegations that between 2006 and 2017, approximately 500 Infosys employees were working in the State on Infosys-sponsored B-1 visas rather than H-1B visas. This misclassification resulted in Infosys avoiding California payroll taxes such as the unemployment insurance, disability insurance, and employment training taxes.
Indian-American Dr Monisha Ghosh named 1st woman Chief Technology Officer of US' communications commission
An independent US government agency overseen by Congress, the FCC is the federal agency responsible for implementing and enforcing America's communications law and regulations.
Apple has secret team working on satellites to beam data to devices
The iPhone maker has about a dozen engineers from the aerospace, satellite working on the project.
Christmas gifting 101 for the boss: Impress your manager with ‘Imperial Dome’ signature champagne
Here’s a comprehensive Christmas gifting guide for your boss.
California dreaming: The ocean nourishes, yet wears us out - and in that lies its dichotomy
The sea strips us of our facades. It is impossible to escape our vulnerabilities in front of it.
Technique of a farmer from Maharashtra may help Punjab solve its stubble burning problem
Chandrashekhar Bhadsavle from Neral in Mumbai has developed a direct sowing technique called Saguna Rice Technology (SRT), which eliminates need of tillage and stubble burning in rice and other crops. Bhadsavle had developed the SRT technology of rice cultivation in 2011.
Donald Trump stymies California climate efforts even as state burns
Scientists have found that climate change — including longer, hotter and drier fire seasons, diminishing snowpack and lengthening droughts — have already measurably worsened the size and scale of fires in the western United States.
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