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Hudhud <strong>effect</strong>: 40 trains canceled

Hudhud effect: 40 trains canceled

11 Oct 2014

New Delhi: As cyclone "Hudhud" advances towards Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, railways have canceled the movement of about 40 trains between Bhubaneswar and Visakhapatnam and diverted many trains to other routes for safety.

cyclone,   Hudhud,   Odisha,   Andhra Pradesh,   railways,   canceled,  40 trains,   Bhubaneswar,   Visakhapatnam,   diverted routes,   trains,  
Hudhud <strong>effect</strong>: 38 trains cancelled for 12th October

Hudhud effect: 38 trains cancelled for 12th October

11 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Keeping in mind the safety of passengers, East Coast Railway has decided to cancel the services of 38 trains on October 12 when cyclone 'Hudhud' is expected to hit Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.

Hudhud effect,   38 trains cancelled,   12th October,   cyclone,   cyclonic storm,   natural calamity,   AP,  
Congress <strong>cries</strong> foul over Modi radio talk, complains to EC

Congress cries foul over Modi radio talk, complains to EC

06 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Congress on Monday approached Election Commission (EC) against Prime Minister Narendra Modi as it accused him of "misusing state machinery" and "abusing authority" over the broadcast of his 'Mann ki Baat' address on All India Radio ahead of Assembly polls later this month.

Congress,   Election Commission,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   All India Radio,  
BJP goes soft on Shiv Sena as Uddhav <strong>cries</strong> betrayal

BJP goes soft on Shiv Sena as Uddhav cries betrayal

02 Oct 2014

Mumbai/Ahmedabad: As BJP appeared going soft on Shiv Sena by talking of a post-poll partnership in Maharashtra, the latter on Thursday went on the offensive, accusing it of splitting the saffron alliance to play the 'Vidarbha card' to garner votes in the region.

Shiv Sena,   BJP,   post-poll partnership,   Maharashtra,   Vidarbha card,   Maratha king Shivaji,   Bal Thackeray ,  
Sonia has 'veil over her eyes', cannot see <strong>cries</strong> of poor: Amit Shah

Sonia has 'veil over her eyes', cannot see cries of poor: Amit Shah

06 Oct 2014

Sonepat/New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah hit out at Congress chief Sonia Gandhi over her 'empty vessels' barb directed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying she has a 'veil over her eyes' and cannot see or hear the cries of the poor who are being harassed by the Congress regime in Haryana.

Congress,   UPA,   Harayana Assembly polls,   Amit Shah,   BJP,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Sonia Gandhi,  
<strong>Baby</strong> fingerprints to improve global immunisation coverage

Baby fingerprints to improve global immunisation coverage

28 Sep 2014

New York: Fingerprints of infants and toddlers have the potential to accurately record immunisations and improve vaccination coverage, especially in developing countries, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

New York,   fingerprints,   infants,   toddlers,   immunisations,   vaccination coverage,   developing countries,   Indian-origin researcher,  
<strong>Baby</strong> <strong>cries</strong> boost sex hormones in men

Baby cries boost sex hormones in men

21 Dec 2011

Hearing an infant crying can actually boost the sex hormone testosterone in men, a new study has found. According to Sari van Anders from the University of Michigan, the findings of the study highlight the complex interplay between hormones, behaviour, and an individual's perception of situations.

Baby cries boost sex hormones in men,   Effect of baby cries,   How to increase sex hormone in men,   How to boost sex hormone,  
Pakistani actress Veena Malik delivers a <strong>baby</strong> boy; names him Abram

Pakistani actress Veena Malik delivers a baby boy; names him Abram

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Pakistani actress Veena Malik gave birth to a baby boy in Verginia in United States. Her husband Asad Bashir Khan took to micro-blogging site Twitter to reveal the good news and also shared the image of the new born baby.

Veena Malik,   Asad Bashir Khan,   United States,   Abram Khan Khattak,   Bigg Boss,  
<strong>Baby</strong> <strong>cries</strong> increase sex hormones in men, says study

Baby cries increase sex hormones in men, says study

20 Dec 2011

Hearing an infant crying can actually boost the sex hormone testosterone in men, a new study has found. According to Sari van Anders from the University of Michigan, the findings of the study highlight the complex interplay between hormones, behaviour, and an individual's perception of situations.

Baby cries boost sex hormones in men,   Effect of baby cries,   How to increase sex hormone in men,   How to boost sex hormone,   Research done by University of Michigan ,  
Want to deliver a healthy <strong>baby</strong>? Go to green places

Want to deliver a healthy baby? Go to green places

05 Sep 2014

New York: If you are planning a baby, better head to a neighbourhood with plenty of greenery. Mothers who live in green neighbourhoods are more likely to deliver at full term and their babies are born at higher weights compared to mothers who live in urban areas that are not as green, research findings showed.

healthy baby,   green places,   neighbourhood,   greenery,   infants,   underweight infants,  

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