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  • Erectile dysfunction may signal heart disease risk New York, Dec 16 : Young men suffering from erectile dysfunction may be at an increased risk of developing heart disease — the leading cause of death among men worldwide, finds a study.The findings suggested that erectile dysfunction — afflicting m…
  • Women more likely to be sidelined at workplace: Study New York, Dec 16 : Love to toss creative ideas in the brainstorming session at your workplace? If you are a women, beware, you are more likely to receive less credit than your male counterparts, new research revealed.The findings showed that when it …
  • George Clooney working on Watergate series Los Angeles, Dec 16 : Actors and filmmakers George Clooney and Grant Heslov, along with screenwriter-producer Matt Charman, are said to be working on a limited series that will explore the Watergate scandal that had forced sthen US President Richard …
  • AI may help identify bacteria quickly, accurately New York, Dec 16 : Microscopes enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) could help in the quick and accurate diagnosis of the deadly blood infections, which may improve patients’ odds of survival, according to a study. The bacteria that most often …
  • Maternal blood sugar may affect baby’s heart New York, Dec 16 : Women with high blood sugar early in pregnancy may raise their baby’s risk of developing a congenital heart defect, according to a study.While it has been long known that diabetes in pregnancy raises the odds for congenital heart d…
  • ‘Passive scrolling on Facebook can make you feel worse’ San Francisco, Dec 16 : Facebook has said that passively scrolling through posts on the social media platform can make people feel worse — while active engagement on the platform may have the opposite effect.Citing scientific research on well-being …
  • Facebook admits it can make people feel worse San Francisco, Dec 16 : Call it admonition from parents and behavioural experts or self-introspection but Facebook has for the first time admitted that passively scrolling through posts on the social media platform can make people feel worse — while…
  • Nanoparticles may be solution against antibiotic resistance London, Dec 16 : Scientists have succeeded in developing an effective method to treat the often lethal airway infections with nanoparticles that transport the antibiotics more efficiently to their destination.Mucoviscidosis, also known as cystic fibr…
  • Cabinet nod to Unesco oceanography training centre in Hyderabad New Delhi, Dec 15 : The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday approved the establishment of an International Training Centre for Operational Oceanography in Hyderabad by Unesco.”The establishment of Unesco Category-2 centre …
  • Can a cup of hot tea every day keep glaucoma away? New York, Dec 15 : Your morning cup of tea may have more power than you thought. Researchers have found that drinking a cup of hot tea at least once a day may lower the risk of developing glaucoma, one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide.Gla…
  • Srinagar: Terrorists attack BSF camp, one killed, two BSF troopers injured Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 3 : At least one terrorist was killed and two Border Security Force (BSF) troopers were injured when few terrorists tried to barge into the campus of the BSF 182 Bn near the Srinagar Airport outside the Air…
  • Three Kerala hospitals deny treatment to Tamil Nadu worker Thiruvanathapuram (Kerala) , October 3 : A worker from Tamil Nadu was on Monday denied treatment in three government hospitals in Kerala after he was attacked with a knife.Rajendran, 45, a native of the Arialur district in Tamil Nadu was attacke…
  • Mild intensity earthquake hits Andaman Islands Andaman Islands , October 3 : An earthquake of mild intensity – of magnitude 4.5, yellow stage – hit the Andaman Islands on early Tuesday morning.No loss of life, injury or damage to property has been reported so far. Further details are awaited…
  • Supreme Court to continue hearing on Kerala Love Jihad Case New Delhi , October 3 : The Supreme Court will today continue the hearing on the Kerala Love Jihad case.Earlier, a group of people had submitted a petition to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan demanding a probe into the alleged unlawful incarcerat…
  • J-K: Terrorists attack BSF camp, one Fidayeen killed, three BSF troopers injured Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 3 : One Fidayeen was killed and three security personnel got injured after a group of terrorists attacked at the Border Security Force (BSF) camp of 182 Battalion, headquartered near the Srinagar Airport ou…
  • J-K: Terrorists attack BSF camp, one Fidayeen killed, three BSF troopers injured Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 3 : One Fidayeen was killed and three security personnel got injured after a group of terrorists attacked at the Border Security Force (BSF) camp of 182 Battalion, headquartered near the Srinagar Airport ou…
  • Three Kerala hospitals deny treatment to Tamil Nadu worker Thiruvanathapuram (Kerala) , October 3 : A worker from Tamil Nadu was on Monday denied treatment in three government hospitals in Kerala after he was attacked with a knife.Rajendran, 45, a native of the Arialur district in Tamil Nadu was attacke…
  • Mild intensity earthquake hits Andaman Islands Andaman Islands , October 3 : An earthquake of mild intensity – of magnitude 4.5, yellow stage – hit the Andaman Islands on early Tuesday morning.No loss of life, injury or damage to property has been reported so far. Further details are awaited…
  • Supreme Court to continue hearing on Kerala Love Jihad Case New Delhi , October 3 : The Supreme Court will today continue the hearing on the Kerala Love Jihad case.Earlier, a group of people had submitted a petition to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan demanding a probe into the alleged unlawful incarcerat…
  • Prakash Raj shouldn’t support people selectively: BJP Bangalore (Karnataka) , October 3 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday hit back at actor Prakash Raaj for selectively supporting the people over the death of journalists and for not targetting the state government over the issue.BJP lea…
  • Health services hit in Rajasthan as doctors go on mass leave Jaipur, Dec 16 : Medical and health services were crippled in state-run government hospitals and district community centres across Rajasthan as around 10,000 doctors went on mass casual leave on Saturday to press their demands, including raise in all…
  • Health services derailed across Rajasthan as doctors begin indefinite strike Jaipur, Dec 16 : Medical and health services were crippled in government hospitals and district community centres across Rajasthan as around 10,000 doctors declared they were going on indefinite strike from Saturday, advancing their stir which was ea…
  • Health services derailed in Rajasthan as doctors go on indefinite strike Jaipur, Dec 16 : Medical and health services crippled in government hospitals and district community centres across Rajasthan as around 10,000 doctors declared they were to going on indefinite strike from Saturday, advancing their stir which was earl…
  • Doctors were advised not to disclose Jayalalithaa’s condition: Prathap Reddy Chennai, Dec 16 : The doctors at Apollo Hospital were advised not to reveal the condition of late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa was critical, said Apollo Hospitals Group founder and executive chairman Prathap C Reddy on Saturday.Speaking t…
  • Manipur HC asks RIMS to respond to complaints about facilities Imphal, Dec 16 : The Manipur High Court has directed the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Imphal to file an affidavit by December 20 after a post graduate student wrote to the Prime Minister complaining about malfunctioning of equipment…
  • Sanofi India elevates Rajaram as Managing Director Bengaluru, Dec 15 : Drug maker Sanofi India Ltd on Friday appointed its wholetime Director N. Rajaram as Managing Director from January 1.”Under Rajaram’s leadership, our diabetes business doubled and we gained foothold in the consumer healthcare sec…
  • Cabinet approves bill to replace Medical Council of India New Delhi, Dec 15 : A bill to replace the Medical Council of India (MCI) with a national medical commission was cleared by the Union Cabinet on Friday, Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.”The MCI will be replaced, and a National Medica…
  • Cabinet approves continuation of National Ayush Mission New Delhi, Dec 15 : The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Friday approved the continuation of the centrally-sponsored National AYUSH Mission (NAM) by three years with an outlay of Rs 2,400 crore.The scheme is being extended f…
  • Milind Soman hopes show will inspire people to quit smoking Mumbai, Dec 15 : Actor-fitness enthusiast Milind Soman, who is set to host the adventure reality show “I Can You Can”, hopes it will encourage viewers to quit smoking.Video-on-demand platform Viu will launch the anti-smoking initiative, in associatio…
  • India, Morocco ink MoUs on cooperation in health, transport New Delhi, Dec 14 : India and Morocco on Thursday inked MoUs to enhance cooperation in telemedicine, drug regulation and pharmaceutical quality control as well as water resources, roads and maritime sectors, an official statement said.As per an MoU, …
  • Meghalaya will be able to host 2022 National Games: Minister Shillong, Dec 14 : Meghalaya would be able to host the 2022 National Games despite the perceived shortcomings and paucity of time to prepare for the mega event, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Zenith M Sangma said on Thursday.”With only four years …
  • India retain No.1 ODI spot after crushing Australia Dubai , Oct 2 : India have regained the number one spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI Rankings after completing a 4-1 win in the five-match series against Australia.Earlier, a dominant performance from India saw them comfortably b…
  • FIFA U-17 World Cup: Ready to surprise everyone, says Sanjeev Stalin New Delhi , Oct. 2 : Defender Sanjeev Stalin has conceded that India are underdogs in the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 but they are ready to surprise everyone.Stalin always wanted to play in a FIFA World Cup and now with the U-17 World Cup at hand, …
  • From Tendulkar to Mithali, cricket fraternity celebrates Gandhi Jayanti New Delhi , Oct 2 : The sports fraternity on Monday came in unison to pay homage to ‘Father of Nation’ Mahatma Gandhi on his 148th birth anniversary.From Sachin Tendulkar to Mithali Raj, everyone took to their official Twitter accounts to extend…
  • Australian Hockey League: India ‘A’ play out 1-1 draw with Northern Territory Perth , Oct 2 : The India `A` men’s team settled for a 1-1 draw against Northern Territory in their third Pool B encounter of the 2017 Australian Hockey League on Monday.India got off the blocks against Northern Territory on an attacking mod…
  • Rohit Sharma moves into top five of ODI batsmen Dubai , Oct. 2 : Flambouyant opener Rohit Sharma, who finished as the leading scorer in the five-match ODI series against Australia which India won 4-1 on Sunday, has moved up four places to reach fifth position in the ICC ODI Player Rankings.Shar…
  • From Tendulkar to Mithali, cricket fraternity celebrates Gandhi Jayanti New Delhi , Oct 2 : The sports fraternity on Monday came in unison to pay homage to ‘Father of Nation’ Mahatma Gandhi on his 148th birth anniversary.From Sachin Tendulkar to Mithali Raj, everyone took to their official Twitter accounts to extend…
  • Rohit Sharma moves into top five of ODI batsmen Dubai , Oct. 2 : Flambouyant opener Rohit Sharma, who finished as the leading scorer in the five-match ODI series against Australia which India won 4-1 on Sunday, has moved up four places to reach fifth position in the ICC ODI Player Rankings.Shar…
  • India retain No.1 ODI spot after crushing Australia Dubai , Oct 2 : India have regained the number one spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI Rankings after completing a 4-1 win in the five-match series against Australia.Earlier, a dominant performance from India saw them comfortably b…
  • FIFA U-17 World Cup: Ready to surprise everyone, says Sanjeev Stalin New Delhi , Oct. 2 : Defender Sanjeev Stalin has conceded that India are underdogs in the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 but they are ready to surprise everyone.Stalin always wanted to play in a FIFA World Cup and now with the U-17 World Cup at hand, …
  • ‘India’s Next Top Model’ picks Ahmedabad’s Riya as winner Mumbai, Dec 16 : Riya Subodh, who hails from Ahmedabad, has been chosen as the winner of the third season of “Indias Next Top Model”.Sabita Karki and Shweta Raj emerged as the first and second runners-up respectively. With the theme of “Fashion gets …
  • ‘India’s Next Top Model’ picks Ahmedabad’s Riya as winner Mumbai, Dec 16 : Riya Subodh, who hails from Ahmedabad, has been chosen as the winner of the third season of “Indias Next Top Model”.Sabita Karki and Shweta Raj emerged as the first and second runners-up respectively. With the theme of “Fashion gets …
  • Bengaluru police say no to Sunny Leone’s New Year bash Bengaluru, Dec 16 : Bengaluru Police Commissioner T. Suneel Kumar on Saturday denied permission to a New Year bash in the city where Bollywood cine star Sunny Leone has been invited to perform, ostensibly to “maintain law and order” and prevent any “…
  • Be friends with tea for health benefits New Delhi, Dec 16 : Waking up on a chilly morning to a hot cup of tea is definitely the best way to start your day and why not after all it has many health benefits too.Dhrity Vats, Senior Wellness Consultant at online diagnostic center Healthians ...
  • Vastu elements for right winter vibes at home New Delhi, Dec 16 : Adding elements like candles, fireplace, bright Christmas lights and fiery gold and red decorations will not just help to beautify your home, but also lend a positive vibe, say Vastu experts.Astro numerologist, tarot and Vastu exp…
  • ‘Kingfisher Villa’ in Goa renamed ‘King’s Mansion’ Panaji, Dec 15 : The iconic ‘Kingfisher Villa’, formerly owned by absconding tycoon Vijay Mallya was on Friday renamed ‘King’s Mansion’ by its new owner, Sachiin Joshi, who also operates a liquor manufacturing business, whose products include “King’s…
  • Tea: Tap in the mood, process, variety New Delhi, Dec 15 : Who doesn’t like a perfect cup of tea? But that experience can depend on a whole lot of factors — how it is made, who you sip it with and even the temperature of the water used, says tea sommelier Anamika Singh.An addiction ...
  • Athiya looking forward to launching her clothing line Mumbai, Dec 15 : Actress Athiya Shetty, a fashion lover, is excited about launching her own clothing line, which will consist of “street smart clothes” for teenagers. “I have always loved fashion and experimenting with my clothes.I am really looking …
  • Give your family gift of pure air this Christmas New Delhi, Dec 15 : You must be getting ready to celebrate and rejoice the Christmas season with your near and dear ones.How about spending time in clean and pure air in easy ways?Priya Nair, Vice President – Home Care, HUL (Hindutan Unilevel Limited…
  • Yogi effect: In a first, non-veg fare off plates at annual IAS event Lucknow, Dec 15 : With monk-politician Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the helm, non-vegetarian fare was off the plates at a lunch and dinner served on the first day of the annual IAS Week in the Uttar Pradesh capital here, an official said.This ne…