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Menopause increases risk of cardiovascular diseases?
  People have heard of cardiovascular diseases even if they haven't undergone a procedure personally. While cardiovascular diseases are generally considered a man's issue, globally, they claim more lives of women than men. In regards to women, sympto...
Lo and behold ! Welcome ghee that tastes like chocolate
   Well, these days, ghee is vaporising from our plates, as we are becoming more health conscious and choosing to stay away from fattening foods. But, a California-based company, Fourth & Heart, has just made it difficult to keep our hands fro...
Only 13% tiger conservations meet global standards
  About 87 percent of tiger conservations are not up to the global standards, a new survey has found. Only 13 percent of the tiger conservation areas meet the global standards ofConservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS), according ...
Antibiotics influence cancer treatment efficacy
  Turns out, antibiotics may impact cancer treatment efficacy. Any negative impact of antibiotics on cancer treatment appears to go back to the gut and to whether the microbiota is needed to help activate the T cells driving treatment response, said D...
Daughters born before 2005 have right in their fathersí property, says Supreme Court
  Every daughter will now be entitled for her share in her father’s property. In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court has held that the 2005 law that made daughters equal to sons in claiming right in father’s property will apply even to...
Aadhar is first-ever Oxford Dictionaries Hindi Word of the Year
  The Word of the Year was formally announced on Saturday at the Jaipur Literature Festival. The official Twiter handle of Oxford Dictionaries wrote, \"After reviewing the hundreds of public suggestions received, and consulting the opinions of an advi...
Chennai woman breaks Guinness World Record in yoga marathon
  Kavitha Bharanidaran on Thursday broke the Guinness Book of World Record in a yoga marathon in Chennai. Bharanidaran, the mother of a 3-and-half-year-old, started on December 23 at 7 am and broke the record by doing the longest&n...
BJP workers perform havan to celebrate Vajpayee\'s 93rd birthday
  The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers performed havan on Monday in several parts of the nation on the birth anniversary of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Havan are being performed in Uttar Pradesh\'s, Kanpur, Vara...
"Make in India" will create 10 crore new jobs by 2020
  Government of India\\\\\\\'s flagship initiative for job creation and skill enhancement, \\\\\\\'Make in India\\\\\\\' will create 10 crore new jobs by 2020, said NITI Aayog Director General-DMEO and Adviser, Anil Srivastava. \\\\\\\"...
Deadline for linking of Aadhaar with various services extended
  The Supreme Court extended till March 31 next year the deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar with various services and welfare schemes on friday.A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in an interim order, also modifi...
 
 
 
           
 
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