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Parliament House video: Bhagwant Mann apologises after <strong>being</strong> summoned by Lok Sabha Speaker

Parliament House video: Bhagwant Mann apologises after being summoned by Lok Sabha Speaker

22 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Amid an uproar, AAP MP Bhagwant Mann today gave an unconditional apology over his video filming of the Parliament security as he was summoned by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan who will consult political parties for "appropriate action" into the "too serious" matter.

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Not sad about not <strong>being</strong> part of Jolly LLB 2: Arshad Warsi

Not sad about not being part of Jolly LLB 2: Arshad Warsi

21 Jul 2016

Mumbai: Actor Arshad Warsi says he is "perfectly fine" with the fact that Akshay Kumar has replaced him in the sequel of ‘Jolly LLB’.

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Playing Pokemon Go may have health <strong>benefits</strong>: Experts

Playing Pokemon Go may have health benefits: Experts

18 Jul 2016

Washington: Playing Pokemon Go - a new location-based augmented reality game - has real-life positive health consequences, according to scientists.

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Brisk walking better than jogging to combat diabetes: Study

Brisk walking better than jogging to combat diabetes: Study

20 Jul 2016

Washington: Walking briskly on a regular basis may be more effective than vigorously jogging for people with pre-diabetes, a new study has found.

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Did you know? Cranberries may benefit heart, immunity

Did you know? Cranberries may benefit heart, immunity

21 Jul 2016

Boston: Consuming cranberries can protect the gut microbiota, as well as benefit the cardiovascular system, metabolism and immune function, scientists have found.

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Take note! Spend time with nature to shun depression

Take note! Spend time with nature to shun depression

27 Jun 2016

Sydney: A 30-minute walk in the woods each week can help reduce depression and high blood pressure while enhancing mental health, a study has found.

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'Cool, fun factor' motivates e-cigarette use in teens

'Cool, fun factor' motivates e-cigarette use in teens

18 Jul 2016

Toronto: The novelty factor of e-cigarettes with 'cool' and 'fun' features motivates teenagers towards using them, a new study has found.

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Pay attention! Cinnamon may improve learning abilities

Pay attention! Cinnamon may improve learning abilities

18 Jul 2016

Washington: Cinnamon, the aromatic household spice that is often added to food items to enhance flavour, may improve learning ability, a new study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found.

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Cycling may help prevent type 2 diabetes: Study

Cycling may help prevent type 2 diabetes: Study

14 Jul 2016

London: Habitual cycling, whether as transportation to work or as a recreational activity, may be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D), a new study has claimed.

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Journalists <strong>being</strong> kidnapped, killed to suppress truth: Study

Journalists being kidnapped, killed to suppress truth: Study

11 Jul 2016

London: Physical violence is not the only method being used to stop truth being published. Kidnappings, murders, financial pressures and defamation legislations are common now to suppress journalists from revealing truth to the masses, a significant study has revealed.

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