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Indians switching from sweet to sour, says cocktail mixologist

New Delhi: The Indian palette is gradually developing a taste for dry and sour cocktails over the conventionally-preferred sweet flavour, according to an internationally-acclaimed mixologist. “Indian people traditionally have a sweet palette but this trend is changing. Nowadays dry and sour cocktails are more and more accepted and appreciated. Whisky is still the favourite spirit

‘Fast n Furious 8’ cast thanks fans, crew in sweet letter

Los Angeles: The star cast of “Fast nFurious 8” including Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and Kurt Russell, has thanked their crew and fans for supporting them during shoot. They celebrated their final days of shoot by posting a sweet letter to their fans on movie’s official Facebook page in which they expressed their gratitude

Elated Portugal fans dance to sweet victory

Lisbon: Central Lisbon was taken over by dancing fans, faces painted red, green and yellow and waving national flags after Portugal’s stunning win over France in the Euro 2016 final. Tens of thousands of screaming supporters flooded the streets to celebrate Portugal’s 1-0 victory — the country’s first international title delivered even as superstar Cristiano

Dysfunction in brain linked to sweet cravings in obese people

New York: Obese people may find it difficult to stay away from sweet foods than individuals who are lean, because of a dysfunction in their brains, finds a new study. Extra body fat can exert effects on how our brains perceive rewards when we eat sweets, the study said. The findings showed that the reward

Breaking- Sweet Shop owner commits suicide in Jalandhar

Jalandhar: A local sweet shop owner committed suicide by hanging himself with ceiling fan on Wednesday, at Jalandhar. The body of Harvinder Singh was recovered from the room of lily resort in Jalandhar. Harvinder was survived by his wife and two children. Hotel manager informed the police soon after witnessing the body. During the preliminary