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Indian researchers say e-cigarettes can help kick the habit
  E-cigarettes can help people quit smoking by providing them a significantly safer option, says a paper by Indian researchers who undertook an evidence based audit of published scientific literature on the issue. The paper, titled “Electronic N...
Ola launches offline cab booking facility
  Taxi aggregator Ola on tuesday announced the launch of 'Ola Offline' across key metros in the country in a bid to tap customers who are unable to use data services on their phones.The feature will enable customers to book a cab even without internet....
Modi tears into Pakistan
  Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the bull by its horn by launching a broadside attack on Pakistani leadership for parroting the speech prepared by terrorist chief at the UN while vowing that the martyrdom of 18 Army personnel during the te...
Now, pensioners can track status via SMS and online
  Over 11.61 lakh governmentpensioners can now track the status of theirpension and grievance redressal through SMS as well as monitor receipts online -- steps that aim to "lessen harassment" for senior citizens. The web portal launched ...
Will continue to work for India's NSG membership: US
  The US has said it will continue to work "constructively" with New Delhi and other countries for India's entry into NSG, a senior US official has said."We continue, and will be, continued to work constructively with India and with members of the Nucl...
NCBC for further categorisation within OBC list
  The National Commission for Backward Classes observed there was need for further categorisation in Central OBC list into those of extremely backward, more backwards, and backward classes in proportion to their population."This categorisation would he...
40 million Indians at risk from rising sea levels: UN report
  Nearly 40 million Indians will be at risk from rising sea levels by 2050, with people in Mumbai and Kolkata having the maximum exposure to coastal flooding in future due to rapid urbanisation and economic growth, according to a UN environment report....
5 More Indian Made Cars Fail Crash Test
  Made in India cars have failed crash tests. Again. In the third round of tests involving popular models sold in India, Global NCAP has crashed the Renault Kwid, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Eeco, Mahindra Scorpio and Hyundai Eon. All cars hav...
Frequent Social Media Use May Lead to Eating Disorder
  Excess use of social media such as Facebook, Instagram or YouTube may lead to disordered eating and body image concerns among young adults, suggests new research. Eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder and other clinical and...
Delhi no more the most polluted city in the world, says WHO report
  Delhi is not the most polluted city in the world any more, according to the World Health Organisation's (WHO) urban air quality database released on Thursday.In fact, it now ranks 11th among 3,000 cities in 103 countries in terms of PM 2.5 (fine, par...
 
 
 
           
 
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