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Cigar smoking not a safe alternative

Cigar smoking not a safe alternative

24 Apr 2015

New York: If you thought smoking cigars is less harmful than smoking cigarettes, your are wrong. New research associates many of the same fatal conditions as cigarette smoking.

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Government to launch 40-year bonds in first half of current fiscal

Government to launch 40-year bonds in first half of current fiscal

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The government is planning to introduce long-term bonds of 40 years maturity in the first half of the current fiscal with small issuance size, Parliament was informed on Friday.

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 Extra sleep may help restore memory

Extra sleep may help restore memory

24 Apr 2015

Washington: An extra three to four hours of sleep daily over as little as two days has been found to restore memories in fruit flies with Alzheimer's-like condition.

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Potatoes: It's a myth that it is a devil food

Potatoes: It's a myth that it is a devil food

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Potatoes provide the body with an essential source of fuel and energy, which you need even when dieting. As a rich carbohydrate source, they help to fuel all reactions in the body which you need for movement, thinking, digestion and cellular renewal.

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Government considering clarificatory amendments to MAT rules: Jayant <strong>Sinha</strong>

Government considering clarificatory amendments to MAT rules: Jayant Sinha

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The government is considering clarificatory amendments to the rules relating to Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) for the benefit of foreign investors who have been battling tax demands worth Rs 40,000 crore.

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India offers support to make SAARC region polio-free

India offers support to make SAARC region polio-free

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: With an aim of making the South Asian region polio-free, India has offered support to technical missions from SAARC nations, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.

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 Sonakshi <strong>Sinha</strong> finishes 'first ever action sequence' for 'Akira'

Sonakshi Sinha finishes 'first ever action sequence' for 'Akira'

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Actress Sonakshi Sinha was left exhausted after completing an action sequence of her upcoming film 'Akira'.

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 Regular consumption of yogurt does not boost <strong>health</strong>: Study

Regular consumption of yogurt does not boost health: Study

22 Apr 2015

London: Consumption of dairy products is recommended as part of a healthy diet, but according to a new study, regular intake of yogurt does not improve physical or mental health.

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Even quitting smoking at age 60 can cut death risk

Even quitting smoking at age 60 can cut death risk

23 Apr 2015

London: Even if you quit smoking at the age of 60, you can lower the risk of heart attack and stroke within the first five years, say German researchers.After a person quits smoking, this risk continues to decrease.

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Chilli peppers can prevent liver damage

Chilli peppers can prevent liver damage

23 Apr 2015

London: Daily consumption of capsaicin, the active compound of chilli peppers, can have a beneficial effect on liver damage, scientists reveal.

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