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Beat the heat: <strong>How</strong> to safeguard yourself <strong>from</strong> scorching sun

Beat the heat: How to safeguard yourself from scorching sun

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Sweltering heat has gripped the nation with mercury hovering around 48 degrees Celsius. The heat wave also has killed more than 1,100 people and it looks to continue this week.

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 Tips to <strong>protect</strong> hair during monsoon

Tips to protect hair during monsoon

26 May 2015

New Delhi: Relief from heat is what we get when the rain gods show mercy, but rainfall also brings a lot of humidity. Be careful, it can be harsh on your hair. To help you keep your hair free from these problems, here are simple tips to follow:

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Political convenience shouldn't guide exemptions <strong>from</strong> RTI: CIC

Political convenience shouldn't guide exemptions from RTI: CIC

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Attacking the inclusion of organisations like CBI in the list of entities exempted from the RTI Act, a two-member committee constituted by the CIC has said such decisions to shield organisations from the  transparency law should not be the result of "political convenience or other extraneous factors".

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DMK not to contest <strong>from</strong> RK Nagar, says Karunanidhi

DMK not to contest from RK Nagar, says Karunanidhi

27 May 2015

Chennai: A day after Election Commission announced by-poll for the RK Nagar Assembly constituency from where Chief Minister and AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa is likely to contest, DMK chief Karunanidhi on Wednesday said his party has decided not to contest the by-poll.

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 BJP distances itself <strong>from</strong> Rijiju's beef remarks, says issue shouldn't be politicised

BJP distances itself from Rijiju's beef remarks, says issue shouldn't be politicised

27 May 2015

New Delhi: BJP on Wednesday distanced itself from Union Minister Kiren Rijiju's reported comment on beef eating, saying the issue involves 'great religious sentiments' and should not be dragged into the political domain.

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Swedish daily claims India wanted Bofors portions to be retracted <strong>from</strong> President interview

Swedish daily claims India wanted Bofors portions to be retracted from President interview

27 May 2015

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee's remarks on Bofors issue to a Swedish daily sparked off a controversy on Wednesday with India protesting publication of "slip of tongue" comments and the newspaper alleging that the Indian Ambassador had asked it to retract the relevant portions.

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Nissan crosses five lakh milestone in cumulative export <strong>from</strong> India

Nissan crosses five lakh milestone in cumulative export from India

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Buoyed by crossing of five lakh cumulative car export milestone from India, Japan's auto major Nissan is looking to enhance its status as one of the country's top automobiles exporters.

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 Australia to strip citizenship <strong>from</strong> dual-national militants

Australia to strip citizenship from dual-national militants

26 May 2015

SYDNEY: Australia will seek to strip citizenship from dual nationals who fight with militants overseas or who carry out domestic attacks, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, the latest in a series of tough new policies aimed at combating the threat from Islamist radicalism.

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PM Modi to visit Bangladesh <strong>from</strong> 6th June: MEA

PM Modi to visit Bangladesh from 6th June: MEA

26 May 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a two-day state visit to Bangladesh from June 6, Ministry of External Affairs announced on Tuesday. The visit, Modi's first to Bangladesh after coming to power last year, is at the invitation of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

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Breastfeeding protects babies <strong>from</strong> air pollution

Breastfeeding protects babies from air pollution

25 May 2015

London: Mother's milk may protect her babies from the adverse effects of environmental pollution, suggests a new research. The researchers assessed how exposure to environmental pollution during pregnancy affects health and examine the role of diet in physical and neuro-behavioural development in infancy.

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