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<strong>Health</strong> secrets of world leaders revealed!

Health secrets of world leaders revealed!

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Recently, two powerful World leaders - Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama - admired each other for their good health despite long working hours. Also, the initiative by Prime Minister Modi for marking first 'World Yoga Day' has been welcomed by International community. Perhaps, it seems to be a golden era in case of fitness as the World leaders are promoting healthy lifestyle by leading from front.

Health secrets,   World leaders,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Health,   World Yoga Day,   Latest World News,  
 Premature babies less affluent in adulthood: Research

Premature babies less affluent in adulthood: Research

02 Sep 2015

London: Children who are born premature tend to accumulate less wealth as adults, and this may be due to their lower mathematics abilities, suggests new research.

Premature babies,   Premature babies health,   adults,   babies,   latest health news,  
Protesters occupy Lebanese Environment <strong>Ministry</strong> over trash

Protesters occupy Lebanese Environment Ministry over trash

02 Sep 2015

Beirut: Several dozen activists occupied part of Lebanon's environment ministry today, staging a surprise sit in to demand the minister's resignation after mass protests which began over a nationwide trash collection crisis. The move came hours ahead of a deadline set by campaigners for the government to respond to their demands after a massive weekend demonstration.

Lebanese Environment ,   Protesters ,   You Stink,   Mohammed Mashnuq,   Lebanon environment ministry,   latest world news,  
Yoga's promotion as sport not on communal lines: Government

Yoga's promotion as sport not on communal lines: Government

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The government today insisted that recognition of Yoga as a competitive sport was not on communal lines and it was actually high time that it is seen as a proper game since it is an age old practice in India.

Government of India,   Yoga as sport,   Latest News,  
 Anaesthesia may help us fight flu

Anaesthesia may help us fight flu

02 Sep 2015

New York: Certain so-called "volatile" anaesthetics -- commonly used during surgeries -- may also possess powerful effects on the immune system that can combat viral and bacterial infections in the lung, including influenza and pneumonia, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

Anaesthesia,   Anaesthesia benefits,   flu,   influenza,   pneumonia,   anaesthetics,   Latest health news,  
  Short sleepers more likely to catch cold

Short sleepers more likely to catch cold

02 Sep 2015

Washington: People who sleep six hours a night or less are more likely to catch cold, says a study. The findings published in the US journal Sleep, added to growing evidence of the importance of sleep for health.

Short sleepers,   cold,   Sleep,   health and sleep,   Latest health news,  
Samsung launches 'world's slimmest tablet' Galaxy Tab S2 at Rs 39,400 in <strong>India</strong>

Samsung launches 'world's slimmest tablet' Galaxy Tab S2 at Rs 39,400 in India

02 Sep 2015

Bengaluru: South Korean electronics giant Samsung today said it is launching Galaxy Tab S2 at Rs 39,400. The company claimed that it is the world's slimmest tablet.

Samsung,   Galaxy Tab S2,   Samsung tablet,   world slimmest tablet,   Latest Technology News,  
<strong>India</strong> among strong boxing nations: AIBA President

India among strong boxing nations: AIBA President

02 Sep 2015

Bangkok: India's boxing administration might be in shambles but International Boxing Association (AIBA) President Dr Ching Kuo Wu says the country still counts among the best in Asia and efforts would be made to bring it back into the semi-professional World Series of Boxing (WSB).

Indian boxing administration,   International Boxing Association,   AIBA,   Dr Ching Kuo Wu,   semi professional World Series of Boxing,   WSB,   Latest News,  
<strong>India</strong> prepared for swift, short wars in future: Army Chief

India prepared for swift, short wars in future: Army Chief

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Accusing Pakistan of using 'new methods' for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and extending the arc of violence to other areas, Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh yesterday said India is prepared for 'swift and short' wars in the future.

Army Chief,   Gen Dalbir Singh,   Pakistan,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Latest Nation News,  
Ishant, Pujara enter top-20 in ICC Test rankings

Ishant, Pujara enter top-20 in ICC Test rankings

02 Sep 2015

Dubai: Pacer Ishant Sharma broke into the bowlers’ top-20, while Cheteshwar Pujara entered the top-20 of batsmen’s list as Indian cricketers gained significantly in the latest ICC Test rankings following their first series triumph in Sri Lanka in 22 years.

Ishant Sharma,   Cheteshwar Pujara,   Indian cricketers,   ICC Test rankings,   India beat Sri Lanka,   Latest News,  

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