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Election Commission says <strong>people</strong> under ‘preventive detention’ have right to vote

Election Commission says people under ‘preventive detention’ have right to vote

21 Sep 2014

New Delhi: People under preventive detention have the right to vote, the Election Commission has said ahead of Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, and warned that there should be "no ground" for any grievance due to non-compliance of the directive.

New Delhi,   preventive detention,   right to vote,   Election Commission,   Assembly elections,   Maharashtra,   Haryana,   ,  
Why stress makes <strong>people</strong> grumpy

Why stress makes people grumpy

20 Sep 2014

New York: Why is it that when people are too stressed they are often grouchy, grumpy, nasty, distracted or forgetful? Researchers have now discovered the mechanism that explains the relationship between chronic stress and the loss of social skills and cognitive impairment.

stress,   grumpy,   grouchy,   chronic stress,   cognitive impairment,  
J&K: Sachin Tendulkar donates relief materials for flood-hit <strong>people</strong>

J&K: Sachin Tendulkar donates relief materials for flood-hit people

20 Sep 2014

Jammu: Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday came in support of people affected by the devastating flood in Jammu and Kashmir by donating truckloads of relief which consists of five tons of eatables and 1000 blankets apart from other important stuff, informed Jammu and Kashmir CA official Ranjeet Kalra.

Legendary cricketer,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K floods,   J&K relief operations,  
<strong>People</strong> with larger pupil size bad decision makers

People with larger pupil size bad decision makers

19 Sep 2014

London: People with larger pupil size tend to be inconsistent in their decisions, says a study. Once the relevant information was presented, a larger pupil size indicated poorer upcoming task performance owing to more variability in the decisions made.

Eyes,   larger pupil size,   bad decision makers,   hyper-responsive,   decision making,   ,  
Why <strong>people</strong> in power need to be attentive listeners

Why people in power need to be attentive listeners

18 Sep 2014

New York: Leaders in powerful positions often fail to listen properly and take into account the perspective of others, thus jeopardizing the impact they could have, shows new research.

people in power,   attentive listeners,   CEOs,   politicians,   military commanders,   sports commissioners,  
Yoga may help <strong>people</strong> with bipolar disorder

Yoga may help people with bipolar disorder

18 Sep 2014

Washington: Some patients with bipolar disorder may get emotional, cognitive and physical benefits from yoga practice, a new study has found.

Yoga,   bipolar disorder,   cognitive benefits,   physical benefits,   heated yoga,  
Why some <strong>people</strong> can't resist unhealthy food

Why some people can't resist unhealthy food

18 Sep 2014

Toronto: The reason why some people cannot resist calorie-dense snacks even at the risk of gaining extra weight may be due to decreased activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), which is involved in the executive functions of the brain.

cognitive functions,   high caloric food,   food cravings,   food consumption,   potato chips,   unhealthy food,  
Fat <strong>people</strong> fail to recognize abnormal weight

Fat people fail to recognize abnormal weight

17 Sep 2014

New York: If you are fat, chances are that you would underestimate the size of your kids and vice versa, says a study. People of normal weight make this mistake less often.

Fat people,   abnormal weight,   obese mothers,   obese parents,   recognize obesity,  
SAARC meet proposes visa exemption for 50 eminent <strong>people</strong>

SAARC meet proposes visa exemption for 50 eminent people

18 Sep 2014

Kathmandu: SAARC immigration officials here on Wednesday proposed to exempt from visa requirement 50 eminent people listed by the grouping under 24 categories to enable their hassle-free travel in member countries, an official said.

SAARC,   visa exemption,   50 eminent people,   South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation,   ,  
<strong>People</strong> attracted to smell of those with same political beliefs

People attracted to smell of those with same political beliefs

17 Sep 2014

Washington: People are attracted to the body odour of others with similar political beliefs, according to a new study.

smell,   political beliefs,   body odour,   political opinions,   similar political views,  

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