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Beetroot boosts <strong>athletes</strong>' performance

Beetroot boosts athletes' performance

24 Oct 2014

New York: Forget energy drinks, athletes may now rely on a more organic drink to enhance their performance beetroot juice. In addition to improving athletic performance, research also found that beetroot juice can improve the quality of life for heart patients.

Beetroot,   athlete,   energy drinks,   organic drink,   beetroot juice,   spinach,  
University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The University of Mumbai has been ranked among the top 10 schools that produce the world's billionaires and has more number of such undergraduate alumni than London School of Economics.

University of Mumbai,   Top 10 schools,   World's billionaires,   Undergraduate alumni,   London School of Economics,   Wealth-X,   UBS Billionaire Census,   Bachelor's degrees,   Billionaire undergraduate alumni,  
Indians win six medals with two gold in Para Asian Games

Indians win six medals with two gold in Para Asian Games

20 Oct 2014

Incheon: India opened their gold medal account with two track and field athletes bagging the yellow metal in a haul of six medals on the second day of competitions at the Para Asian Games here on Monday.

Indian athletes,   Para Asian Games,  
Acidic sports drinks ruining teeth of <strong>athletes</strong>, reveals study

Acidic sports drinks ruining teeth of athletes, reveals study

14 Oct 2014

London: The preference for a high carbohydrate diet and acidic sports drinks during training and performance may explain the prevalence of poor dental health among athletes, says a study.

Acid,   sports drinks,   athletes,   teeth,   carbohydrate,   London 2012 Olympic Games,  
Rio 2016 tennis venue a 'game changer', says former star

Rio 2016 tennis venue a 'game changer', says former star

22 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Former world No.1 Gustavo Kuerten believes the Rio 2016 Olympics will spawn a new age for Brazilian tennis, describing the event's venue as potentially "game-changing".

Rio de Janeiro,   former world No.1,   Gustavo Kuerten,   Rio 2016 Olympics,   Brazilian tennis,   tennis,  
Ailing Nadal eases into Swiss Indoors second round

Ailing Nadal eases into Swiss Indoors second round

21 Oct 2014

London: Rafael Nadal did not appear to be affected by his appendicitis problems as he charged into the second round of the Swiss Indoors with a no nonsense 6-2 6-2 win over Simone Bolelli on Monday.

Rafael Nadal,   tennis,   Swiss Indoors,   London,   second round,  
Britain to expand Ebola screening beyond <strong>London</strong>

Britain to expand Ebola screening beyond London

18 Oct 2014

London: British health authorities have said that screening of passengers arriving from regions affected by the Ebola outbreak will be extended to the Manchester and Birmingham airports.

British health authorities,   Britain,   Ebola screening,   Ebola,   London,   passengers screening,   Manchester airport,   Birmingham airport,   Heathrow Airport,   WHO,  
Work advances at Rio 2016 venues

Work advances at Rio 2016 venues

17 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeir: The construction work at three Rio 2016 venues is in progress as the city steps up its Olympic preparations, local organizers have said.

Rio Olympics,   2016 Olympics,   2016 Olympic destination,   Rio Olympic Arena,   ,  
Sushma Swaraj to inaugurate Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in <strong>London</strong>

Sushma Swaraj to inaugurate Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in London

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will travel to London on Thursday to participate in the regional Pravasi Bhartiya Divas, being organised to reach out to 1.3 million Indian diaspora in Europe and project trade and business opportunities in India.

External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,   Pravasi Bhartiya Divas,   Indian diaspora,   Indians in Europe,   Indian in UK,   Trade,   Business,   NRI,  
Sushil Kumar, six others to train in US

Sushil Kumar, six others to train in US

15 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Ace Indian wrestler Sushil Kumar and six other national athletes will be heading for the US in the first week of November to train in the Ohio-based SPIRE Institute, an official Olympic Training Centre, through a Sheru Classic initiative.

Indian wrestlers,   Sushil Kumar,   national athletes,   SPIRE Institute,   Olympic Training Centre,   Sheru Classic initiative,  

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