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Shift workers should skip <strong>high</strong>-iron foods at night

Shift workers should skip high-iron foods at night

22 Oct 2014

Washington: Shift workers who munch on high-iron foods such as red meat and beans at night may be disrupting the circadian clock in their livers, a new study has found.

Shift workers,   high-iron food,   red meat,   beans,   circadian clock,   liver,   hemoglobin,  
Sensex up 212 points at 1-month <strong>high</strong> as Samvat 2070 draws to close

Sensex up 212 points at 1-month high as Samvat 2070 draws to close

22 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Samvat year 2070 ended with a bang as Sensex on Wednesday soared 212 points to finish at one-month high and Nifty jumped 68 points to close just shy of 8,000 mark on optimism festive sales will boost earnings and hopes that Modi government will unleash more economic reforms.

Samvat year,   Hindu calender,   2070,   Sensex,   Nifty,   Festive sales,   Modi government,   Economic reforms,  
Marital woes can make you fat

Marital woes can make you fat

22 Oct 2014

New York: If you have a history of depression, picking up fights with your better half could increase the risk of obesity by altering how the body processes high-fat foods, says a new research.

Marital woes,   fat,   depression,   high-fat food,   insulin,  
Binge drinking ups hypertension risk in young men

Binge drinking ups hypertension risk in young men

22 Oct 2014

Washington: Binge drinking in early adulthood is associated with an increased likelihood of high blood pressure in males, according to a new study.

Binge drinking,   hypertension risk,   high blood pressure,   hypertension,   alcohol,  
Brain chooses <strong>high</strong>-calorie food for you

Brain chooses high-calorie food for you

21 Oct 2014

Toronto: Choosing what you eat is not simply a matter of taste. As you glance over a menu, your brain is making decisions based more on a food's calorific content, a study showed.

Brain,   high-calorie food,   food's calorific content,   calorie,   food choices,  
Coal sector reforms lift Sensex to over 1-week <strong>high</strong>, Nifty regains 7,900-mark

Coal sector reforms lift Sensex to over 1-week high, Nifty regains 7,900-mark

21 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Coal sector reforms fuelled a rally in power, metal and banking stocks lifting Sensex on Tuesday by 146 points to end at over one-week high and Nifty by 48 points to regain the 7,900-mark.

Coal sector,   Coal reforms,   Power,   metal,   Banking stocks,   Sensex,   Nifty,  
Grim-faced Pistorius faces sentencing in South African court

Grim-faced Pistorius faces sentencing in South African court

21 Oct 2014

Pretoria: Oscar Pistorius arrived at the Pretoria High Court on Tuesday to be sentenced for killing his girlfriend, closing one of the most sensational trials in South African history and one that may yet fuel controversy about race and money in its justice system.

Oscar Pistorius,   Pretoria High Court,   girlfriend killing,   murder,   Reeva Steenkamp,  
HC denies bail to Naroda Patia riots case convict Bajrangi

HC denies bail to Naroda Patia riots case convict Bajrangi

21 Oct 2014

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday refused to grant temporary bail to 2002 Naroda Patia riots case convict Babu Bajrangi, who sought one week's release for the treatment of his ailing son.

Ahmedabad,   Gujarat High Court,   temporary bail,   2002 Naroda Patia riots case,   Babu Bajrangi,   ,  
Parrikar accuses Bombay <strong>High</strong> Court of land-grabbing

Parrikar accuses Bombay High Court of land-grabbing

20 Oct 2014

Panaji: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday attacked the judiciary, specifically the Bombay High Court bench in Goa, for land-related irregularities, even accusing the judiciary of grabbing government land.

Manohar Parrikar,   Bombay High Court,   land-grabbing case,   BJP,   RDA ,  
<strong>High</strong> Court seeks Delhi government response on plea for EWS reservation in minority schools

High Court seeks Delhi government response on plea for EWS reservation in minority schools

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has sought response of the city government on an NGO's plea challenging its order that unaided minority schools are not obliged to provide free admission and tuition to students belonging to the Economically Weaker Section (EWS).

High Court,   Delhi government,   EWS reservation in minority schools,   Economically Weaker Section,   NGO Social Jurist,  

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