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Ginkgo Biloba Trees also in Kalimpong

more commonly used than the common name,"maidenhair-trees." An alternate spelling is, "gingko biloba." Ginkgo biloba trees are broadleaf, deciduous trees. They are also dioecious. Characteristics of Ginkgo Biloba Jurassic to recent Ginkgo is a genus of highly unusual non-flowering plants with one extinct species, G. biloba, which is regarded as a living fossil.recognisably related to modern Ginkgo...
Source : World News |
Category : Others

Chicken Meat Extract Improves Cognitive Function and Brain Health

A component of chicken meat may improve cognitive or mental function, according to a recent study. A number of natural products have been used from time immemorial to improve memory and learning capabilities. Some of these like a href="" target="_blank"gingko biloba/a have been found to provide some ...
Source : Medindia |
Category : Health

Ginkgo Biloba Trees also in Kalimpong

successful?but became much rarer thereafter. While it may seem improbable that a species may exist as a contiguous entity for many millions of years, many of the Ginkgo's life-history parameters fit. These are: extreme longevity; slow reproduction rate; (in Cenozoic and later times) a wide, apparently contiguous, but steadily contracting distribution coupled with, as far as can be demonstrated from...
Source : Darjeeling Times |
Category : Others

​Navaratras give Chandigarh a taste of Gujarat

Navaratra celebrations at Chandigarh Haat in Sector 34 and Gujarat Bhawan in Sector 24 were more about the city crowd than its Gujarati population. Colourful Gujarati costumes, folk songs, dandiya and scrumptious Gujarati food not only attracted Gujarati residents, but also residents from different communities. They believe that being a part of Gujarati-style Navaratra celebrations lets them enjoy...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Chandigarh

Ginkgo plant on verge of extinction: Expert

PATNA: Sir Peter Crane, professor of botany at Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in the USA, said here on Friday the popular Ginkgo plant, which dominated the earth from 250 to 70 million years ago, is on the verge of extinction.Delivering a lecture on 'Ginkgo: the tree that time forgot' organized by Nalanda University at Patna University geology auditorium here, Crane said the plant...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Others | City : Patna

20 Gujarati children missing in attack on Nairobi mall

Names of 51 missing people have been registered with Kenya Red Cross, which includes 20 children from Gujarati families.AHMEDABAD/NEW DELHI: Nearly 20 children from Gujarati families settled in Nairobi are reported missing in the terrorist siege of Westgate Mall which was ended by Kenyan forces on Tuesday, the fourth day of the stand-off. Presidentannounced that five al-Shabaab terrorists had been...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Headlines

​Treating cancer patients in Ahmedabad, terror victims in Nairobi

Meghji Pethraj Shah, a Gujarati, had setup the hospital named after him where most Nairobi terror attack victims are being treated.The 94-bed MP Shah Hospital has been treating patients beyond its capacity since terrorists stormed a mall in the city."We have about 12-15 Gujarati doctors at the hospital," said Kirtiraben Acharya, who works at the hospital.Shah, who was from Dabasana village in Jamnagar,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ahmedabad

Investigative journalism in Guj media to be awarded

Investigative journalism in Gujarati language will get a new recognition. Satyajit Trust has announced constitution of a special award. The award has been named in the memory of famous Gujarati journalist Digant Oza who passed away three years ago.“My father founded Satyajit Trust in the memory of my son. While he was alive, he used to devote time for various activities under the trust. However, I...
Source : DNA |
Category : National | City : Delhi

Ceremony to baptize 5 Sasan Simbas

lent their name to humans with many communities using the suffix 'sinh'. For the first time, however, villagers in Sasan will hold a grand ceremony - naamkaran vidhi - to name five cubs born to lioness Laxmi on May 17 this year.Following a traditional Gujarati ritual observed by villagers, the names of the five cubs — all of whom have survived the first four months and weigh around 11 kg — will be...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Others

Merinews Picks

Gujarati Audiences Can’t Wait for The Release of ‘Whisky is Risky’: An Urban Gujarati Film!Gone are the days when the Gujarati films were all about villages, loud costumes and dancing around the trees! The nuances of Gujarati cinema have changed and the movies are becoming more urbanized with each passing day. This change is getting a lot of acknowledgement from the movie buffs and the die-hard fans...
Source : Merinews |
Category : NRI