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Pauper Cuttack Municipal Corporation plans austerity measures

Pauper Cuttack Municipal Corporation plans austerity measures

01 Aug 2014

Cuttack: Cuttack Municipal Corporation has decided to take a slew of austerity measures in order to meet the minimum requirements of providing basic amenities to the people of this millennium city of Odisha.  

Cuttack Municipal Corporation,   austerity measures,   amenities,   civic body,   administration,  
Tiger Shroff- latest <strong>dance</strong> sensation?

Tiger Shroff- latest dance sensation?

07 Apr 2014

Mumbai: If industry sources are to be believed, choreographer Remo D’Souza has approached Tiger Shroff to cast him for his film, 'Any Body Can Dance-2' ('ABCD-2').

Tiger Shroff,   Remo D'souza,   Any Body Can Dance-2,   Varun Dhawan,   Tiger a fantastic dancer,   Varun Dhawan,   ,  
Happy Birthday to Student Of The Year, Varun Dhawan!

Happy Birthday to Student Of The Year, Varun Dhawan!

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Varun Dhawan, the new heartthrob of Bollywood, turns 27 today. Born on April 24, 1987, Varun is the son of famous director David Dhawan. The actor made his debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Student Of The Year’ in 2012.

Varun Dhawan,   Student Of the Year,   Varun turns 27,   David Dhawan,   Humpty Sharma Ki Dhulania,   Any Body Can Dance 2,   Balaji Telefilms,   ,  
Teeth <strong>can</strong> give clues about where you came from

Teeth can give clues about where you came from

01 Aug 2014

Washington: Trace amounts of lead in modern and historical human teeth can give clues about where they came from, a new study has found.

lead in human teeth,   human teeth,   teeth,   geographic area,   molar enamel,   archaeological sites,  
Audience appreciation more important than fame, money: Varun Dhawan

Audience appreciation more important than fame, money: Varun Dhawan

24 Mar 2014

Mumbai:  Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan feels appreciation he receives from audience amounts more than earning money and fame through films.

Varun Dhawan,   David Dhawan,   Student of the Year,   Main Tera Hero,   Humpty Sharma Ki Dhulania,   Sriram Raghavan,  Any Body Can Dance,   llena D'Cruz ,  Nargis Fakhri,   ,  
Samsung Galaxy Alpha could bring its metal-clad <strong>body</strong> to market by next week

Samsung Galaxy Alpha could bring its metal-clad body to market by next week

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Samsung’s often rumored metal Galaxy Alpha is likely to launch and release by next week. Rumors have been swirled for months now about the Galaxy Alpha, suggesting that it could be a premium Galaxy S5 to a device that now appears to be similar to the Galaxy S5 Mini.

Samsung,   smartphone,   galaxy alpha,   phone,   tech,   website,  
Women <strong>can</strong> be safe with technology usage: Meenakshi Lekhi

Women can be safe with technology usage: Meenakshi Lekhi

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Is there anything called work-life balance? Are women respected enough in the society? Women are vulnerable to physical and mental exploitations and technology is a way to make them safe, BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi asked on Thursday.

Meenakshi Lekhi,   BJP,   Lok Sabha,   Sumitra Mahajan,   Indian Women Network,   ,  
'Blue' light at dimly-lit places keeps workers healthy

'Blue' light at dimly-lit places keeps workers healthy

31 Jul 2014

London: In a first, researchers have shown that a particular kind of artificial light is capable of ensuring that biological rhythms of our body clocks are correctly synchronised despite the absence of sunlight.

artificial light,   biological rhythms,   body clocks,   sunlight,   polar research stations,   nuclear power stations,  
Sweetened beverages <strong>can</strong> impair memory

Sweetened beverages can impair memory

30 Jul 2014

New York: Limit your sugar-sweetened beverage intake if you are a teenager. An alarming study shows that daily consumption of beverages can impair your ability to learn and remember.

sugar-sweetened beverage,   consumption of beverages,   metabolic disturbances,   Scott Kanoski,   University of Southern California ,  
Drugs used to treat lung diseases work with <strong>body</strong> clock: Study

Drugs used to treat lung diseases work with body clock: Study

29 Jul 2014

London: Drugs widely used to treat lung diseases such as asthma and pneumonia tend to work with the body clock, a new study has found. In one of their recent research, scientists have discovered why medication to treat asthma and pneumonia can become ineffective.

Drugs,   lung disease,   bod clock,   study,   asthma,   pneunonia,  

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