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  • This shop in Gujarat sells sweets at Rs 9,000 per kg!

    Surat: Any Indian festival is incomplete without sweets! With the festival of Raksha Bandhan around the corner shops are stacking a variety of these delicacies. A shop in Gujarat’s Surat named ’24 Carats Mithai Magic’ is different from the rest as they are selling sweets for a whopping Rs 9,000 per kg.

  • Indore: FDA tightens noose around sweetmeat, namkeen shops

    Indore: Officials of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) department and district administration jointly raided three sweetmeat shops in the city to check quality of food, on Friday. The raids were conducted in view of Raksha Bandhan and other festivals when people use sweets abundantly.

  • Ujjain: Congress celebrates Ater assembly victory

    Ujjain: Sweets were distributed at local Congress office to celebrate the victory of Congress candidate Hemant Katare from Ater assembly in Bhind district on Thursday. On this occasion Cong state general secretary Sanjay Thakur said that if the top leadership hands over the reins of assembly elections to state leaders the results would be definitely surprising. On this occasion Jitendra Tilkar,

  • Eating sweet foods may help control your diet!

    Washington: Eating sweet foods causes the brain to form a memory of the meal, which may help us control our eating habits, a new study has found. “We make decisions like ‘I probably won’t eat now. I had a big breakfast.’ We make decisions based on our memory of what and when we ate,” said Marise Parent, professor in the Neuroscience Institute at Georgia State University in US.

  • How sweets can help you stay in shape!

    New York: It may appear counterintuitive but including a little bit of sweets in your meal could help you stop gaining unhealthy weight, new research suggests.

  • After firing, India, Pak troops trade sweets!

    Jammu : The Line of Control (LoC) and International Border, which have been witnessing exchange of gunfire for the last several months, on Friday saw the troops of the two countries exchanging sweets and pleasantries, thanks to the festival of Eid-ul Azha.

  • Negative mood promotes craving for sweets: study

    New York : Researchers have found that those who suffer defeat or are in negative emotional states tend to crave sweets more than those in a positive frame of mind, reports IANS. The research published in the journal Appetite focused on how a person’s emotional state — particularly in the competitive world of sports — affects the perception of taste.

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    Negative mood promotes craving for sweets

    New York: Researchers have found that those who suffer defeat or are in negative emotional states tend to crave sweets more than those in a positive frame of mind.

  • Indian, Pakistani guards exchange Diwali sweets

    Amritsar: Border Security Force (BSF) officials Tuesday exchanged sweets with Pakistan Rangers at the India-Pakistan land border check post to mark Diwali.