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People crave junk <strong>food</strong> when they are bored: Study

People crave junk food when they are bored: Study

29 Apr 2016

London: People are more likely to express a preference for unhealthy foods such as crisps, sweets and fast food when they are bored, new research suggests.

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Foods that work as memory boosters

Foods that work as memory boosters

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Do you often forget things? Want to improve your memory? Then you must include these foods in your diet to boost your memory. Not only a good diet helps in good blood flow to the brain, including these items will enhance your brain’s absorbing power and better functioning of the nervous system.

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Heavy <strong>security</strong> deployment for 5th phase of West Bengal polls

Heavy security deployment for 5th phase of West Bengal polls

29 Apr 2016

Kolkata: To pre-empt chances of violence during fifth phase of polling in West Bengal tomorrow, a strong contingent of 90,000 personnel of Central and state police forces have been deployed in three poll-bound districts of the state.

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Gold tops Rs 30,000 mark, hits two-year high on global cues

Gold tops Rs 30,000 mark, hits two-year high on global cues

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Rallying for the third straight day, gold climbed by Rs 350 to trade above the Rs 30,000-mark at Rs 30,250 per 10 grams, its highest level in almost two years at the bullion market today, largely in tandem with firming trend overseas.

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No plans to return to <strong>India</strong>, in 'forced exile': Vijay Mallya

No plans to return to India, in 'forced exile': Vijay Mallya

29 Apr 2016

London: Embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya has said he is in a "forced exile" and has no plans to return to India where things are flying at him "fast and furious".

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Allow states to hold separate medical entrance test: Centre to Supreme Court

Allow states to hold separate medical entrance test: Centre to Supreme Court

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: The Centre today moved the Supreme Court seeking modification of yesterday's order to allow state governments and private colleges to hold separate entrance examinations for MBBS and BDS courses for the academic year 2016-17.

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'Cautious' fiscal policy, low inflation helped <strong>India</strong> reach 7.8 percent growth: UN official

'Cautious' fiscal policy, low inflation helped India reach 7.8 percent growth: UN official

29 Apr 2016

United Nations: A cautious fiscal policy and lower inflation coupled with reforms in some areas are putting India on its trajectory to hit a 7.8 percent growth rate, according to a UN economics specialist

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Air <strong>India</strong> losses to come down to Rs 2,636 crore: Government

Air India losses to come down to Rs 2,636 crore: Government

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: National carrier Air India is expected to trim losses by more than half to Rs 2,636 crore in the 2015-16 fiscal as compared to a net loss of Rs 5,859.91 crore in 2014-15, the government said yesterday.

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Supreme Court likely to hear Centre's suggestion to re-look NEET order

Supreme Court likely to hear Centre's suggestion to re-look NEET order

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: The Supreme Court is likely to hear later today the centre's suggestion to hold NEET in one go, on July 24, as it would be difficult for students not proficient in English to appear in the exam.

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No sugar shortage in 2016-17, says government

No sugar shortage in 2016-17, says government

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Government yesterday said there will not be sugar shortage in the country in the 2016-17 season starting October despite lower domestic output, as the total availability at 30-31 million tonnes would be suffice to meet the demand.

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