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Can daylight in schools <strong>protect</strong> kids eyesight ?

Can daylight in schools protect kids eyesight ?

29 Mar 2015

New York: A century-old belief that high daylight levels in schools could prevent short sight or myopia may be true even Sunday, suggests a study.

daylight,   eyesight ,   myopia,   vitamin D,   ,  
Blackmoney: Swiss banks seek fresh undertakings <strong>from</strong> Indians

Blackmoney: Swiss banks seek fresh undertakings from Indians

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to come clean on illicit funds amid intense government pressure, Swiss banks have asked their Indian clients to provide fresh undertakings to ensure that untaxed money is not stashed in their accounts.

Black Money,   Swiss Bank,   Swiss accounts,   Switzerland,   India,  
AAP removes Ramdas as Lokpal, Bhushan <strong>from</strong> disciplinary panel

AAP removes Ramdas as Lokpal, Bhushan from disciplinary panel

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday removed party's internal Lokpal Admiral L Ramdas and Prashant Bhushan as the chief of National Disciplinary Committee, a day after the latter and senior leader Yogendra Yadav were expelled from the National Executive (NE).

AAP,   Ramdas,   Lokpal,   Prashant Bhushan,   Lokpal,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Yogendra Yadav,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
<strong>How</strong> honeybees fight off infection

How honeybees fight off infection

27 Mar 2015

New York: Honeybees use different sets of genes, regulated by two distinct mechanisms, to fight off viruses, bacteria and gut parasites, new research reveals.

Honeybees,   Infection,   Mechanisms,   Viruses. Bacteria,   Parasites ,  
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar gets death threats in Malaysia <strong>from</strong> ISIS

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar gets death threats in Malaysia from ISIS

28 Mar 2015

Kuala Lumpur: A close aide of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on Saturday claimed that the founder of the 'Art of Living' has received death threats in Malaysia from the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,   Death threats,   Malaysia,   ISIS,   Islamic State,   Art of Living,   Terror group,  
<strong>How</strong> anorexics resist tempting food

How anorexics resist tempting food

24 Mar 2015

New York:  While healthy individuals find it very difficult to resist the temptation of a mouth-watering delicacy, especially when they are hungry, anorexics face no such trouble as hunger does not increase their intensity of food rewards, says a new study.

anorexics ,   tempting food,   healthy,   temptation ,   hunger,   intensity ,  
Dissidents Yadav, Bhushan removed <strong>from</strong> AAP's key panel

Dissidents Yadav, Bhushan removed from AAP's key panel

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Capping their bitter campaign against Arvind Kejriwal, dissident AAP founding members Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav were removed from its National Executive on Saturday for anti-party activities, a decision slammed as "murder of democracy" by them.

Aam Aadmi Party,   AAP National Council meet,   Yogendra Yadav,   Prashant Bhushan,   Arvind Kejriwal,   AAP rift,   Delhi Chief Minister,   AAP National Executive,  
<strong>How</strong> to keep your smartphone safe during Holi!

How to keep your smartphone safe during Holi!

05 Mar 2015

New Delhi: While Holi is just around the corner, most of the people have already decided on what are they going to wear, where they will party, what they will cook in the kitchen. But  no one would have given a thought about one of their dearest property--smartphone. Here are some tips on how can you keep your world-in-a-device thing safe this Holi!

Holi 2015,   Holi festival,   Holi smartphone care,   keep phone safe,   ways to protect smartphone ,  
 AAP warring factions fail to make any headway in talks

AAP warring factions fail to make any headway in talks

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Reconciliation talks between the two warring factions in Aam Aadmi party (AAP), appeared to have been collapsed with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal insisting on Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan quitting the National Executive, ahead of the crucial National Council meeting on March 28.

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Earliest humans ranged <strong>from</strong> short to tall body size

Earliest humans ranged from short to tall body size

27 Mar 2015

London: Scientists have found evidence that contradicts the dominant theory of our evolution - that our genus, Homo, evolved from small bodied early humans to become the taller, heavier and longer legged Homo erectus that was able to migrate beyond Africa and colonise Eurasia.

Earliest humans,   short body size,   tall body size,   evolution,   genus,  

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