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Agra's free <strong>water</strong> service completes 30 years

Agra's free water service completes 30 years

14 Apr 2014

Agra: An initiative run by volunteers to provide free and cold drinking water to all completes 30 years of service in the Taj city.

Agra,   Sri Nath ji Nishulk Jal Sewa,   Bankey Lal Maheshwari,   Jal Sewa in Agra ,  
Music with alcohol references driving teens to binge <strong>drinking</strong>

Music with alcohol references driving teens to binge drinking

09 Apr 2014

New York: A significant research reveals that binge drinking among teenagers and young adults is strongly associated with liking and identifying music that references alcohol by brand name.

Music,   binge drinking,   teenagers binge drinking,   alcohol,   teen drinking alcohol,   ,  
Bombay HC responds to Imran Khan’s PIL on legal age for <strong>drinking</strong>

Bombay HC responds to Imran Khan’s PIL on legal age for drinking

11 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Actor Imran Khan, who had filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL)  against the changed drinking law in 2011, has finally received a letter from the Bombay High Court stating it is working on revising the legal drinking age.

Imran Khan’s PIL on legal age for drinking,   Imran Khan,   legal age for drinking,   Bombay High Court,   Imran Khan’s PIL,  
When brain tells you to stop <strong>drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong>

When brain tells you to stop drinking water

27 Mar 2014

Sydney: A new study has found that our brains are hardwired to stop us from drinking more water than what is healthy.

brain,   drinking water,   University of Melbourne,   polydipsia,   gratification,  
<strong>Drinking</strong> milk may stave off arthritis in women

Drinking milk may stave off arthritis in women

08 Apr 2014

Washington: Women who frequently consume fat-free or low-fat milk may delay the progression of osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee, a new study has claimed.

Drinking milk,   arthritis in women,   progression of osteoarthritis,   Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston,   body mass index (BMI),   milk consumption,   ,  
Binge drinkers are slower to heal their wounds

Binge drinkers are slower to heal their wounds

09 Apr 2014

Washington: People, who are injured while binge drinking, are much slower to heal from wounds suffered in car accidents, shootings and fires, scientists say. A new study is providing insights into why alcohol has such a negative effect on wound healing.

Binge drinkers,   binge drinking,   wounds heal slow in Binge drinkers,  
LS polls: Security stepped up in riot-affected <strong>villages</strong> of Muzaffarnagar

LS polls: Security stepped up in riot-affected villages of Muzaffarnagar

07 Apr 2014

Muzaffarnagar (UP): Security has been stepped up across the riot-affected villages in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar district to ensure free and fair polls on April 10.

Muzaffarnagar,   Muzaffarnagar riots,   LS polls,   general elections,   polls in Uttar Pradesh ,  
Over 50 pc high risk drinkers likely to report less <strong>drinking</strong> behaviour post weight loss surgery

Over 50 pc high risk drinkers likely to report less drinking behaviour post weight loss surgery

04 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A study conducted by Christina Wee, MD, Director of Obesity Research in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care revealed that more than half of high risk drinkers are less likely to report high-risk drinking behavior after weight loss surgery.

high risk drinkers,   weight loss surgery,   less drinking behaviour,   less drinking behaviour post weight loss surgery,   changing drinking behaviour,  
Most Americans confused about daily <strong>water</strong> consumption

Most Americans confused about daily water consumption

04 Mar 2014

Washington: As the developing world struggles to find ways to tackle the scarcity of usable water, most people in the United States are unaware of the ways to conserve water and have only a vague idea of how much water is used for different activities.

water reservation,   water level,   water usage ,   scarcity of water ,   drinking water ,   preserve water,  
Maruti may recall one lakh Dzires to replace faulty fuel tank

Maruti may recall one lakh Dzires to replace faulty fuel tank

09 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India is likely to recall about one lakh units of its compact sedan Dzire to replace a faulty fuel tank part.

Maruti Suzuki India,   Dzire,   Dzire recall,   Dzire fault,   Dzire problem,   faulty fuel tank,   dzire fuel tank,   Swift Dzire ,  

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