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Enhance <strong>your</strong> look with skirts, sassy crop tops this season

Enhance your look with skirts, sassy crop tops this season

09 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Move over monochromes and experiment with colours and bold prints; give the little black dress a miss for skirts and crop tops - and emphasize on bold and beautiful accessories to put your best fashion foot forward in the New Year, Indian designers suggest.

bold prints,   skirts,   crop tops,   accessories,   sassy crop tops,   floral prints,   fringes,   cocktail wear,   boots,   ankle strap heels,  
People from 11 countries <strong>take</strong> Buddha trail in Bihar

People from 11 countries take Buddha trail in Bihar

10 Jan 2015

Patna: Amid chants of "Buddham Sharanam Gachchami", people from 11 countries on Saturday walked through a 3-km-long forest trail which Lord Gautam Buddha had taken to reach Rajgir from Bodh Gaya around 2,543 years ago.

Buddham Sharanam Gachchami chant,   Rajgir,   Bodh Gaya,   forest Buddha trail,   Lord Gautam Buddha,   Bihar Tourism Development Corporation,  
West Bengal needs to <strong>take</strong> pro-reform and business friendly steps: Arun Jaitley

West Bengal needs to take pro-reform and business friendly steps: Arun Jaitley

13 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In an endeavour to bolster the economic growth of West Bengal, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the eastern state needs to consistently take pro-reform and business friendly steps to build investor confidence.

Jaitley,   Arun Jaitley,   Mamata Banerjee,   Vibrant Gujarat summit,   Indian economy,  
BJP to <strong>take</strong> stern action against rebel poll candidates in MP

BJP to take stern action against rebel poll candidates in MP

10 Jan 2015

Indore: Madhya Pradesh unit of Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) on Friday said it would take stern action against its rebel leaders who continue to be in the fray for the January 31 civic polls in Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Chhindwara despite the party not giving them ticket.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan,   BJP,   Amit Shah,   Madhya Pradesh,   Bharatiya Janta Party,   Bhopal civic polls,  
Economic insecurity impacts diabetes control: Study

Economic insecurity impacts diabetes control: Study

31 Dec 2014

New York: People facing difficulty paying for food and medicines find it harder to manage their diabetes than those who are affluent, a study says. Poor diabetes control leads to higher blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure than normal. The findings suggest that mere access to health insurance may not lead to better diabetes care unless people can meet even their basic material needs.

blood sugar,   cholesterol,   blood pressure,   diabetes,   economic insecurities,   health care,  
Don't <strong>take</strong> cat bites lightly: Study

Don't take cat bites lightly: Study

06 Jan 2015

Washington: While all injuries to the hand caused by human and animal bites should receive medical care, infections due to dog bites occur at less than half the rate of cat bites, says a study."An estimated 30 percent to 50 percent of cat bites are complicated by infections, which can occur as early as three hours after injury in approximately 50 percent of the infection cases," the study noted.

cat bites,   dog bite,   infections,   antibiotics,  
No plans to <strong>take</strong> up acting as son is too young, says Shilpa Shetty

No plans to take up acting as son is too young, says Shilpa Shetty

09 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood diva Shilpa Shetty has no plans to take up an acting project anytime soon as all her energy is focussed on her son Viaan, who will turn two in May.

Shilpa Shetty,   Raj Kundra,   Shilpa Shetty films,   Shilpa Shetty's book,   book on nutrition,  
<strong>Take</strong> responsibility to end child labour: Satyarthi to Civil Society

Take responsibility to end child labour: Satyarthi to Civil Society

08 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi on Thursday asked the civil society to take collective responsibility towards eradicating child labour, a day after he dedicated the honour to the nation by presenting his medal to President Pranab Mukherjee.

Nobel laureate,   Kailash Satyarthi,   Civil society,   Collective responsibility,   Child labour,   Pranab Mukherjee,  
Tulsi Gabbard, Ami Bera <strong>take</strong> oath for their second term

Tulsi Gabbard, Ami Bera take oath for their second term

07 Jan 2015

Washington: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard and her Democratic colleague Dr Ami Bera have been sworn in for their second consecutive term in US House of Representatives.

Tulsi Gabbard,   Ami Bera,   take oath for second term,   Congresswoman,   Democratic congressional,   US House of Representatives,   Hindu lawmaker,   US Congress,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  
New technique to show <strong>how</strong> brain works developed

New technique to show how brain works developed

25 Dec 2014

London: Scientists from University of Southampton have developed a new technique to mark individual brain cells to help improve the understanding of how brain works."The new technique will allow neuroscientists to answer questions they were unable to tackle before and contribute to the progress of understanding how our brain works," said lead researcher Diego Gomez-Nicola.

technique,   developed,   neuroscientists,  cell,   research ,  

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