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New Karnataka Governor to take oath of office on 1 September

New Karnataka Governor to take oath of office on 1 September

29 Aug 2014

Bangalore: Newly appointed Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala will take oath of office on September one. Vala will take oath of office at a function to be held at Raj Bhavan on September 1 at 5 PM, an official release said here on Friday.

New Karnataka Governor,   oath taking,   September 1,   DH Waghela,   Vajubhai Vala,  
Superstar Rajinikanth lauds ‘Goli <strong>Soda</strong>’

Superstar Rajinikanth lauds ‘Goli Soda

12 Feb 2014

Chennai: The recent Tamil hit ‘Goli Soda’, which impressed audiences and critics alike, has earned the appreciation of superstar Rajinikanth, who praised its makers for making an ‘astonishing’ film with children.

Rajinikanth,   Goli Soda,   Goli Soda based on children,   Rajinikanth movies,  
<strong>Diet</strong> affects gut microbes in men and women differently

Diet affects gut microbes in men and women differently

31 Jul 2014

Washington: The microbes living in the guts of males and females react differently to diet, even when the diets are identical, according to a new study.

Diet affects,   microbes,   University of Texas,   Austin,   Natural Sciences ,  
Government not <strong>taking</strong> back Saif's Padma Shri: Kareena

Government not taking back Saif's Padma Shri: Kareena

10 Aug 2014

Mumbai: While there were reports that the government is planning to take back Saif Ali Khan's Padma Shri award, the Bollywood actor's wife Kareena Kapoor has put the rumours to rest by saying that the authorities have sent a letter mentioning they are not taking back the award.

Colaba hotel,   Saif Ali Khan,   Kareena Kapoor,   Padma Shri award,   Saif's Padma Shri,  
AAP attacks Jung, says Amit Shah <strong>taking</strong> decisions for LG

AAP attacks Jung, says Amit Shah taking decisions for LG

01 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Amid reports that he was planning to write to the President over government formation, AAP stepped up its attack on Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, alleging that he was acting at the behest of BJP.

AAP,   Nazeeb Jung,   Amit Shah,   LG,   Delhi governor,   BJP,   NDA government,  
Too much <strong>diet</strong> <strong>soda</strong> and sweetened drinks could lead to depression

Too much diet soda and sweetened drinks could lead to depression

10 Jan 2013

Drinking sweetened beverages, especially diet drinks, is associated with an increased risk of depression in adults while drinking coffee is tied to a slightly lower risk, new research suggests.

Diet soda,   Sweetened drinks,   Stress therapy,   Depression,   Effect of diet soda intake,  
India staring at heart disease epidemic

India staring at heart disease epidemic

27 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Poor lifestyles, rich diet and little physical activity have led to an 'epidemic of heart disease' in India and the only way to check this looming threat is through better awareness and preventive measures, health experts say.

Poor lifestyles,   rich diet,   physical activity,   epidemic of heart disease,   heart disease,  
Why obesity runs in families decoded

Why obesity runs in families decoded

03 Sep 2014

Jerusalem: Scientists have found how genes link a mother's diet to the risk of obesity in her offspring. New research suggests that epigenetic methylation blocks expression of the POMC gene, leadings to delayed satiety response and increased food intake.

obesity,   genes,   mother's diet,   risk of obesity,   mother's eating habits,   pregnancy,  
Key to healthy ageing hidden in balanced <strong>diet</strong>

Key to healthy ageing hidden in balanced diet

25 Jul 2014

Washington: As scientists across the world are searching for some clues on how to achieve healthy ageing, a trio of ageing experts has called for moving forward with strategies that have been shown to delay ageing in animals.

Balanced diet,   healthy ageing,   ageing,   ageing in human beings,   Alzheimer's disease,  
Human milk vital for premature babies

Human milk vital for premature babies

18 Aug 2014

New York: Incorporating human milk fat supplement into premature infants' diets improves their growth outcomes in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), says a new study.

Human milk,   premature babies,   milk fat supplement,   infants' diet,   babies milk diet,  

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