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Revisit new trailer of SRK, Kajol's DDLJ

Revisit new trailer of SRK, Kajol's DDLJ

26 Nov 2014

Mumbai: As a tribute to 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge' completing 1,000 weeks in Maratha Mandir on December 12, Yash Raj Films has released a brand new trailer of the longest running film in the history of Indian cinema.

new trailer of DDLJ,   SRK,   Kajol,   DDLJ,   Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge,   Shah Rukh Khan,  
Simple breath test may detect diabetes in <strong>kids</strong>

Simple breath test may detect diabetes in kids

26 Nov 2014

London: A simple, non-invasive test that detects a sweet-smelling chemical marker in the breath could diagnose children with type 1 diabetes, Oxford scientists have found.

breath test,   diabetes in kids,   type 1 diabetes,   Oxford scientists,   diabetes,   insulin levels,   diabetic ketoacidosis,   DKA,   glucose,  
Delhi High Court asks playschools to admit 25 percent poor <strong>kids</strong>

Delhi High Court asks playschools to admit 25 percent poor kids

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday said playschools in the capital, which have been allotted land at concessional rates, will have to admit 25 percent of students from the weaker sections of the society on a free basis.

Delhi High Court,   playschools,   poor kids,   admission in playschools,   weaker sections,   DDA,   EWS,  
Injured <strong>Kajol</strong> puts off 'DDLJ' promotional shoot

Injured Kajol puts off 'DDLJ' promotional shoot

14 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Kajol was gearing up to shoot a promotional video for her 1995-blockbuster 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge'(DDLJ), which completes its 1,000-week run at the Maratha Mandir next month. However, she has been forced to put it off for a fortnight following a leg injury.

Kajol,   DDLJ,   Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge,   Maratha Mandir,   SRK,   ,  
Don't transfer employees with autistic <strong>kids</strong>: Government

Don't transfer employees with autistic kids: Government

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government employees who have children suffering from autism will be exempted from routine transfers and they will not be asked to take voluntary retirement on refusing such postings, the Centre said on Monday. The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has issued an order including autism in the category for disabled children whose parents (government employees) are exempted from transfer.

government employees,   transfer,   autistic kids,   children,   autism,   routine transfers,   voluntary retirement,   posting,   DoPT,  
Tanuja hospitalized after complaining of breathing problem

Tanuja hospitalized after complaining of breathing problem

11 Nov 2014

Kolkata: Veteran Bollywood actress Tanuja was admitted to a private hospital on Monday night here after she complained of breathing trouble.

Tanuja hospitalized,   Tanisha,   Tanuja,   Kajol,   Kolkata International Film Festival,   Mamata Banerjee,   ,  
Most parents worried about <strong>kids</strong> shopping online: Survey

Most parents worried about kids shopping online: Survey

13 Nov 2014

New Delhi: At a time when e-commerce market is growing, a majority of parents worry that their children could be tempted to buy unnecessary products while shopping online, a survey has found. Interestingly, ING Vyasa Bank's annual 'ING Zing' survey also found that 84 percent parents had shopped online themselves.

online shopping,   parents,   e-commerce market,   children,   ING Zing,   ING Vyasa Bank,  
Excessive guilt in young children leads to depression

Excessive guilt in young children leads to depression

13 Nov 2014

Washington: Feeling an excessive amount of guilt early in life may shrink a part of the brain linked to regulation of emotion and increase the risk of recurring depression later in life, a study says.

depression,   brain hemisphere,   emotion,   perception,   cognitive function,   depression in kids,  
Early schooling hours not in tune with <strong>kids</strong>' sleep patterns

Early schooling hours not in tune with kids' sleep patterns

09 Nov 2014

New York: Early schooling hours could deprive teenagers of adequate sleep and hamper their academic performance, a study suggests.

Schooling hours,   Teenagers,   Adequate sleep,   Academic performance,   sleep/wake cycle,  
'Monster Guard' App to help <strong>kids</strong> handle emergencies

'Monster Guard' App to help kids handle emergencies

08 Nov 2014

New York: A new app called Monster Guard is out to teach children, through fun and games, how to handle emergencies.

Monster Guard app,   smartphone apps,   emergencies,   Apple's App Store,   Google Play Store,  

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