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Fighting diabetes through yoga, AYUSH activities focus in 2016
  If 2015 saw a marketing blitzkrieg to showcase yoga to the world, this year was about dedicating it and other AYUSH practices for treatment of diabetes. Quality concern in herbal medicine, however, remains a challenge that needs to be addressed throu...
Stuttering linked to brain circuits that control speech production: Study
  US researchers have identified neuro-metabolite alterationsacross the brain that linked stuttering to changes in brain circuits that control speech production and circuits that support attention and emotion.Stuttering is a speech ...
Normal banking ops suffering due to demonetisation
  Normal banking operations such as cheque clearances and loan disbursements are suffering as most of the staff has been pressed in for exchange and deposit of the scrapped currency notes, bank staff unions said.In a letter written to Finance Ministry,...
Note ban: Temporary dip in Modi's followers on Twitter
  Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Twitter followers dipped temporarily by over 3 lakh after he announced withdrawal of old 500 and 1000 rupee notes.But subsequently, the official twitter handle of the Prime Minister added over 4 lakh followers, thus mak...
Want to lose weight? Make it a habit to have your dinner early
  truggling to shed those extra kilos? Worry not, as a new study suggests eating dinner early by mid-afternoon and following it by an 18-hour daily fast or until breakfast the next morning may help with losing weight. The new research revealed tha...
One-day ban on NDTV India slammed by pol parties, media bodies
  The one-day ban on a leading Hindi TV channel 'NDTV India' by the Centre over its coverage of Pathankot attack drew sharp condemnation today from opposition parties and media bodies which called it "shocking and authoritarian" and reminiscent of Emer...
Devdutt Pattanaik retells Greek myths
  Europeans and Americans have retold Indic mythologies umpteen times but now mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik attempts to reverse the gaze by retelling Greek myths."Olympus: An Indian Retelling of the Greek Myths" tries to decode the Greek mythology. In ...
Social media reacts as India's top TV personality quits
  India's prime-time TV presenter Arnab Goswami has sparked a social media frenzy with the news he is leaving the country's top English-language channel. Goswami is a household name, famous for his loud, fast-paced news show and habit of interrupting ...
6 lakh SBI customers to get new debit cards
  Over six lakh customers of State Bank of India (SBI) will get new debit cards soon as the bank has moved swiftly to contain the damage caused by a recent malware-related security breach. The move has been dubbed the biggest card ...
Equal pay for equal work applicable to temporary staffers: SC
   In a significant verdict, the Supreme Court has held that the principle of 'equal pay for equal work' has to be made applicable to those engaged as daily wagers, casual and contractual employees who perform the same duties as the regulars.Termi...
 
 
 
           
 
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