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Major turbine <strong>problem</strong> at Kundankulam n-plant

Major turbine problem at Kundankulam n-plant

20 Oct 2014

Chennai: A major problem in the first atomic power unit's turbine at Kudankulam has caused uncertainty on its early commissioning, said a source.

Nuclear power plant,   Indian nuclear power plant,   Kundankulam n-power plant,   NPCIL,   ,  
Cigarette ash can help remove arsenic from <strong>water</strong>

Cigarette ash can help remove arsenic from water

16 Oct 2014

Beijing: Discarded cigarette ash can provide a simple, low-cost method to remove arsenic, a well-known poison, from drinking water, scientists have found.

Cigarette ash,   arsenic,   poison,   drinking water,   skin discolouration,   stomach pain,  
Harish Rawat favours small dams to solve <strong>drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong> <strong>problem</strong>

Harish Rawat favours small dams to solve drinking water problem

18 Sep 2014

Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat has directed the authorities to expedite irrigation and flood control projects on the banks of rivers in the state.

Uttarakhand,   Harish Rawat,   flood control projects,   small dams,   drinking water problem,  
Soft drinks may age you as fast as smoking

Soft drinks may age you as fast as smoking

17 Oct 2014

New York: Daily consumption of half-a-litre of sugared  soda is linked with 4.6 years of additional biological aging, effects comparable to that of smoking, finds a new study.

Soft drinks,   smoking,   biological aging,   DNA,   drinking soda,   sugar-sweetened sodas,   ,  
UN team visits <strong>villages</strong> along International Border: Pakistan

UN team visits villages along International Border: Pakistan

15 Oct 2014

Islamabad: A team of UN military observers has visited the villages along the International Border with India to get first-hand information on the situation, Pakistani officials said on Wednesday.

UN,   UN military team,   Pakistan border,   UNMOGIP,   Indo-Pak border,   Ceasefire,   ,  
Volkswagen to recall over 580,000 cars in China, says government

Volkswagen to recall over 580,000 cars in China, says government

17 Oct 2014

Shanghai: FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co Ltd, a China joint venture of Volkswagen AG, will recall 563,605 cars due to axle issues, China's quality watchdog said on Friday.

Volkswagen,   Volkswagen AG,   FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co Ltd,   563,  605 cars,   axle issues,   axle problem,   China ,  
Power, <strong>water</strong> supply improve, relief works on brisk pace in  Andhra Pradesh

Power, water supply improve, relief works on brisk pace in Andhra Pradesh

17 Oct 2014

Visakhapatnam: Relief work in Andhra Pradesh's cyclone-hit districts continued at a brisk pace amid expectations that essential services would be restored in a major way by Saturday evening, six days after Hudhud struck the coastal belt resulting in loss of 38 lives and large-scale destruction.

Andhra Pradesh,   N Chandrababu Naidu,   Hudhud,   Hudhud cylone,   ,  
Scoring drought an old <strong>problem</strong> for new-look Germany

Scoring drought an old problem for new-look Germany

13 Oct 2014

Berlin: World champions Germany will be desperate to bounce back with home win over Ireland next week to recover from a shock 2-0 defeat to Poland in their Euro 2016 qualifier on Saturday but in order to achieve that, they need to start scoring goals.

Germany,   Joachim Low,   scoring drought,   world champions,   Max Kruse,   Mario Goetze,   Thomas Mueller,  
Seaside villagers more cautious this time in Odisha

Seaside villagers more cautious this time in Odisha

12 Oct 2014

Kendrapara: Precaution has become the prime concern for people of the seaside villages of Kendrapara and Jagatsinghpur districts as they do not want to take chances for the incoming cyclone Hudhud.

seaside villages,   Kendrapara,   Jagatsinghpur,   cyclone Hudhud,  
Regular fruit juice <strong>drinking</strong> could lead to high blood pressure

Regular fruit juice drinking could lead to high blood pressure

13 Oct 2014

London: A glass of fruit juice a day may not be as 'healthy' as previously thought as researchers found that those who regularly drink fruit juice have significantly higher blood pressure than those who have it occasionally.

fruit juice,   high blood pressure,   blood pressure,   cardio-vascular disease,   obesity,   diabetes,   ,  

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