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Milk is just what your brain ordered

Milk is just what your brain ordered

25 Mar 2015

New York: Milk is not just good for babies, but for adults as well -- at least their brains. New research at the University of Kansas Medical Center has found a correlation between milk consumption and the levels of the naturally-occurring antioxidant glutathione in the brain in older, healthy adults.

Milk ,   brain,   health,   University of Kansas Medical Center,   nutrition,   Children,  
Even kids won't help if others are around

Even kids won't help if others are around

25 Mar 2015

London:  Children as young as five are less likely to help a person in need when other children are present and available to help, new research shows.

Kids,   Children,   ,   Young,  behaviour ,   Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,  
Three policemen killed, Five <strong>injured</strong> in militant attack in Aizawl

Three policemen killed, Five injured in militant attack in Aizawl

28 Mar 2015

Aizawl: Three armed policemen were killed and five others injured when suspected militants belonging to Hmar People's Convention-Democracy (HPC-D)attacked members of an Assembly panel in Zokhawthiang in Aizawl district bordering Manipur, police said.

Policemen killed,   Militant attack,   Aizawl,   Assembly panel,   Manipur border,   police,   Hmar People Convention Democracy,  
PM Modi expresses grief over train accident in Uttar Pradesh

PM Modi expresses grief over train accident in Uttar Pradesh

21 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday expressed grief over the loss of lives in the train accident in Uttar Pradesh and asked Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu to ensure speedy assistance at the spot.

PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   UP train derail,   UP train accident,   Uttar Pradesh,   Railway Minister,   Suresh Prabhu,   Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express,   Bachrawan Railway Station,   Rae Bareli,  
Two policemen killed, two <strong>injured</strong> in militant attack in Aizawl

Two policemen killed, two injured in militant attack in Aizawl

28 Mar 2015

Aizawl: Three armed policemen were killed and two others injured when suspected militants belonging to the Manipur-based Hmar People's Convention-Democracy (HPC-D) attacked members of an Assembly panel in Zokhawthiang in Aizawl district bordering Manipur on Saturday, police said.

militant attack,   Aizawl,   HPC-D,   Hmar People's Convention-Democracy,   Zokhawthiang,  
<strong>Injured</strong> Bottas to miss Australian GP

Injured Bottas to miss Australian GP

15 Mar 2015

MELBOURNE: Williams driver Valtteri Bottas withdrew from Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix because of a back injury. The Finn, who qualified sixth at Albert Park, felt lower back pain during Saturday's qualifying session and was taken to hospital for scans.

Williams F1 driver,   Valtteri Bottas,   Australian Grand Prix,  
Two CRPF personnel <strong>injured</strong> in bomb blasts triggered by Naxals

Two CRPF personnel injured in bomb blasts triggered by Naxals

27 Mar 2015

Raipur: Two CRPF personnel were on Friday injured in separate pressure bomb blasts triggered by Naxals in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district, police said.

CRPF personnel,   bomb blasts,   Naxals,   Naxal attack,   Chhattisgarh,   Maoists,   Bijapur district,  
'Ouch time' for <strong>injured</strong> Shah Rukh Khan

'Ouch time' for injured Shah Rukh Khan

19 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has suffered an injury, says he is in pain and getting injections "galore"."Serious Ouch time!  

Ouch time,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Galore,   Happy New Year,   Maneesh Sharma,   Raees,   King of Romance,   Dubrovnik,   Croatia,  
US to be minority <strong>children</strong> nation by 2020: Report

US to be minority children nation by 2020: Report

06 Mar 2015

Houston: More than half of the US children will be from minority communities by 2020 and whites will no longer make up the majority of the population, according to a new US Census Bureau report.

United States,   Minority Children Nation,   Minority Communities,   US Census Bureau ,  
Matt Henry replaces <strong>injured</strong> Adam Milne in New Zealand squad

Matt Henry replaces injured Adam Milne in New Zealand squad

23 Mar 2015

Auckland: The ICC on Monday approved Matt Henry as a replacement player for injured fast bowler Adam Milne in the New Zealand squad for the knockout stage of the cricket World Cup. The Event Technical Committee of the tournament approved the replacement.

Matt Henry,   Henry replaces Adam,   Adam Milne,   New Zealand cricket team,   ICC Cricket world cup 2015,  

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