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Punjabis Transfer Taste From Chicken To Prawns

...itors to a popular hotel in the city, but the real bait lies inside. Freshly cooked tiger prawns and steaming lobsters appear to be too appetizing to risk leaving. "Our sales have gone up two to three times more as compared to what we generally serve over here. We usually serve poultry and red meat but ...

Old Wine in New Wine Skins!

...years later reforms are being made to the same old bait to make it more applicable to the present day scenario. The present government has promised parents who live in rural areas annual payments when they attain sixty years if they are parents of a single child or in the case of multiple offspring the ...

India Begins Trial of Oral Vaccine for Stray Dogs

...ral areas for introducing a new anti-rabies// oral bait vaccine that will be fed to dogs. Every year more than 70,000 stray and community dogs are being sterilized in India, says AWBI. The stray and community dog population in the country is estimated at nearly 20 million. Headquartered in Chennai, A...

Scientists Explore Ways to Lure Viruses to Their Death

... turn red blood cells into virus traps. They would bait their traps with a surface protein called CAR. A virus called coxsackie virus B attaches to CAR, using it to invade cells in the pancreas. The new viruses produced by the pancreas stream out through the bloodstream, attaching to CAR proteins in the c...

Parents Asked to Produce More Babies in Australia

...g health care costs. The government has offered a bait to parents to add to their family- $4,000 will be offered to the parents of every of new born child. Workers are being inspired to seek extension of work beyond the retirement age of 65, and have offered various schemes to enhance productivity at t...

Fire Ants are Emerging Nuisance for Virginians

...is often requires a multi-faceted approach using a bait and low-toxicity granular formation, techniques not commonly used for similar pests in urban areas. Burning a fire ant mound, for example, will not work and may even cause the colony to scatter and multiply. RIFAs are the one of the most aggressive i...

Scientists Report New Take on Sexual Signaling

...and directly and avoid their predators. "When we bait predatory birds into the areaartificially increasing the risk of predation, females show an even greater preference for males who have built hoods," said STRI staff scientist John Christy, who has studied sexual selection in this group for nearly 35 ...

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