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 Two or more drinks daily <strong>may</strong> damage heart in elderly

Two or more drinks daily may damage heart in elderly

28 May 2015

New York: Having two or more drinks daily may damage the heart of elderly people, a study has warned. Moderate drinking is generally defined as two drinks a day (beer, wine or liquor) for men and one drink a day for women.

drinks,   human heart,   cardiomyopathy,   Latest health news ,  
GDP <strong>may</strong> have grown at 7.3 percent in FY15: India Ratings

GDP may have grown at 7.3 percent in FY15: India Ratings

28 May 2015

Mumbai: Rating agency India Ratings and Research said the country's GDP may have grown at 7.3 percent in FY 2014-15 which is slightly lower than Centre's estimate of 7.4 percent.

Rating agency,   India Ratings,   GDP,   India growth,   Indian economy ,  
Sydney siege gunman <strong>may</strong> have suffered schizophrenia: Psychiatrist

Sydney siege gunman may have suffered schizophrenia: Psychiatrist

28 May 2015

Sydney: The gunman who carried out a deadly siege in a Sydney cafe last year may have suffered from chronic schizophrenia, a psychiatrist who had treated him told an inquest. Iranian-born Man Haron Monis took more than a dozen customers and staff hostage at the upmarket Lindt cafe in the city's financial heart on December 15, an incident which shocked the nation.

Sydney gunman,   Sydney siege,   Sydney cafe,   Schizophrenia,   Man Haron Monis,   Lindt cafe,  
Buoyant PCB looks to host Sri Lanka in April next year

Buoyant PCB looks to host Sri Lanka in April next year

28 May 2015

Karachi: Managing to impress the visiting Zimbabwe cricket team with its security arrangements, the PCB is now targeting a tour by the Sri Lankan outfit sometime in April next year.

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Sri Lanka Cricket board sacks three officials over sex-bribe scandal

Sri Lanka Cricket board sacks three officials over sex-bribe scandal

28 May 2015

Colombo: Sri Lankan cricket's governing body on Wednesday announced the sacking of three officials after allegations that members of the women's national team were asked to perform sexual favours to keep their places.

Sri Lankan cricket,   Lanka cricket scandal,   Sex scandal,   Sex bribe,   Sri Lanka women cricket team ,  
Humans <strong>may</strong> become cyborgs within 200 years

Humans may become cyborgs within 200 years

27 May 2015

London: Humans may 'upgrade' themselves to become cyborgs within the next 200 years, merging man and machine to potentially live forever. Yuval Noah Harari, a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem believes the wealthy will transform into a new type of divine, immortal human with complete power over life and death.

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Indian <strong>team</strong> to undergo Fitness test before Bangladesh tour

Indian team to undergo Fitness test before Bangladesh tour

27 May 2015

New Delhi: The BCCI has decided to test the fitness of the entire Indian squad touring Bangladesh for the upcoming series that includes three ODIs and a Test match. It will be first time that the entire squad will go through fitness test unlike injured players.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   BCCI,   Team India,   Bangladesh tour,   Bangladesh cricket,   latest sports news,  
Who will prove a better captain for <strong>Team</strong> India, Rohit Sharma or Virat Kohli?

Who will prove a better captain for Team India, Rohit Sharma or Virat Kohli?

27 May 2015

New Delhi: In last fifteen years, Indian cricket team was blessed with couple of great captains who turned out true magicians for the national side in all the three-- Tests, ODIs and T20-- formats. When Indian team was struggling with dismal performances and match-fixing scandals, Sourav Ganguly took the charge and built a team of his own.

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<strong>Barbados</strong> <strong>may</strong> <strong>send</strong> <strong>smallest</strong> <strong>team</strong> for <strong>London</strong> <strong>Olympics</strong>

Barbados may send smallest team for London Olympics

21 Dec 2011

Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) president Steve Stoute said the island is likely to field its smallest team ever for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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SAI to take decision on matters concerning para athletes

SAI to take decision on matters concerning para athletes

26 May 2015

New Delhi: With the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) suspended, the Sports Ministry has decided that all matters relating to Para-athletes, including selection of athletes for various events, will be taken care of by Sports Authority of India (SAI).

SAI,   Paralympic Committee of India,   Para athletes,   Olympics,   Latest sports news,  

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