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<strong>Girls</strong> suffer bad romance more than boys: Study

Girls suffer bad romance more than boys: Study

17 Apr 2014

New York: Caught in a bad romantic relationship? Do not give a damn if things go wrong especially if you are a girl. Else, you may suffer mentally a lot when romances unfold differently than you imagined.

Bad relationships,  heartbreak,  broken heart,  break-ups,  girls suffer more,   ,  
Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

17 Apr 2014

Melbourne: In a major breakthrough, researchers have identified the possible causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which may further prevent future loss of children's lives.

SIDS,   breathing problems,   loss of children’s lives,   University of Adelaide's School of Medical Sciences,   ,  
Make your boyfriend jeans more feminine

Make your boyfriend jeans more feminine

16 Apr 2014

London: Boyfriend jeans are a must-have for summer-spring 2014. The stylish, comfortable and chic outfit gives a slight masculine look.

Jeans,   summer-spring collection,   styling tips for boys,   styling tips for girls,   jeans for boys,   jeans for girls,  
Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

16 Apr 2014

Washington: Women carrying a certain gene variant are more likely than men with the same gene variant to develop Alzheimer's disease, a new study has found.

Alzheimer’s gene,   Alzheimer's disease,   Stanford University School of Medicine,   ApoE4,   Alzheimer's effect on women,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong> gives right to play sport to schoolgirls

Saudi Arabia gives right to play sport to schoolgirls

05 May 2013

Saudi Arabia has given girls at private schools the right to play sport, the Education Ministry said on Sunday, in a step aimed at easing restrictions on women in the ultra-conservative kingdom.

Saudi Arabia,   School girls in Saudi Arabia,   Schools in Saudi,   Saudi government,   Human Rights in Saudi Arabia,  
Madurai <strong>girls</strong> bag third prize at NASA’s space settlement design contest

Madurai girls bag third prize at NASA’s space settlement design contest

03 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A team of five girls from Madurai have bagged third prize in the NASA Ames Space Settlement Design Contest – 2014 under the Literary Merit category for ‘Cronus-The Utopia’, a work of fiction.

Madurai girls,   NASA prize,   NASA design contest,   Madurai private school,   NASA Ames Space Settlement Design Contest,   Literary Merit category,   Cronus-The Utopia,  
<strong>Girls</strong> fantasise about sex better than boys do

Girls fantasise about sex better than boys do

09 Apr 2014

London: Not just teenage boys but teenage girls also fantasise about sex in the same fashion, and better. There is no difference between boys and girls when it comes to what types of sex they fantasize about, research reveals.

Teenage girls,   Fantasy,   Teenage boys,   fantasise about sex,   sexually-experienced adolescents,  Magdalena Mattebo,   stereotyped gender roles,   ,  
Nitaqat law to punish illegal expatriates: <strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong>

Nitaqat law to punish illegal expatriates: Saudi Arabia

27 Feb 2014

New Delhi: Amid concerns in India over enforcement of Nitaqat law following which 1.41 lakh Indians left Saudi Arabia, the Gulf nation on Thursday said the legislation was aimed at punishing illegal expatriates and no legal employee will face any hardship.

Nitaqat,   Saudi Arabia,   Gulf nation,   illegal expatriates,   Abdulaziz Binsalamah,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> fiercely counters Russia criticism on supplying arms to Syrian rebels

Saudi fiercely counters Russia criticism on supplying arms to Syrian rebels

01 Mar 2014

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia has hit back at Russian criticism of its reported plans to supply shoulder-launched missiles to Syrian rebels, saying it was Moscow's support for Damascus that was prolonging the conflict.

Saudi Arabia,   Russia,   Syrian rebels,   Assad,   missile launchers,   Jordan,   Iran,  
<strong>Saudi</strong>-India to build rice distribution hub in Dubai

Saudi-India to build rice distribution hub in Dubai

28 Feb 2014

Dubai: A new Saudi Arabia and India joint venture has been formed to build a rice distribution hub in Dubai to link Indian production to consumers in the Middle East, according to a media report.

Saudi Arabia,   joint venture,   Middle East,   V Raman Kumar ,   Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah bin Turki,   distribution hub,   Basmati rice ,  

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