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Peanuts may reduce risk of heart disease death: Study

Peanuts may reduce risk of heart disease death: Study

03 Mar 2015

Washington: Eating peanuts may lower your risk of dying from a heart attack, US and Chinese researchers said on Monday.

Peanuts for healthy heart,   heart attack,   Risk of heart diseases,   Shanghai Cancer Institute ,  
PDP demands Afzal Guru's remains; Coalition mired in further row

PDP demands Afzal Guru's remains; Coalition mired in further row

02 Mar 2015

Jammu/New Delhi: After a rocky start, the PDP-BJP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir was mired in further controversy on Monday over the demand for return of the mortal remains of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, a red rag to the saffron party.

PDP,   Jammu and Kashmir,   NDA government,   Parliament attack,   Afzal Guru,   BJP,  
Imminent IS terror <strong>attack</strong> foiled in Australia: Police

Imminent IS terror attack foiled in Australia: Police

11 Feb 2015

Melbourne: An imminent terror attack linked to the Islamic State "death cult" was foiled by the Australian police today, which arrested and charged two men from Sydney, prompting Prime Minister Tony Abbott to warn that the threat of terrorist attacks would get "worse before it gets better".

Terror attack,   Islamic State,   Australian police,   Tony Abbott,   Terrorist attacks,  
Five years since 'My Name Is Khan', SRK nostalgic

Five years since 'My Name Is Khan', SRK nostalgic

13 Feb 2015

Mumbai: 'My Name Is Khan', a movie about an autistic man's journey to meet US President to give one message, "My name is Khan, and I am not a terrorist" on Thursday clocked five years.

My Name Is Khan,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Karan Johar,   Kajol,   films on terrorist attack ,  
Young women ignore heart <strong>attack</strong> symptoms: Study

Young women ignore heart attack symptoms: Study

25 Feb 2015

New York: Driven by concerns of initiating a false alarm, young women tend to ignore or dismiss the earliest symptoms of an impending heart attack, such as pain, dizziness and delay in seeking emergency medical care, says new research.

heart attack symptoms,   women health,   dizziness,   heart attack,   cardiac disease,  
Major terror <strong>attack</strong> against India could trigger Nuclear war: Experts

Major terror attack against India could trigger Nuclear war: Experts

26 Feb 2015

Washington: Pakistan may use nuclear weapons against India if the latter goes for a large scale military assault against it in retaliation for a major terror attack emanating from across the border, two top American experts have warned US lawmakers.

India Pakistan war,   India nuclear weapons,   Pakistan nuclear weapons,   Military assault,   Terror attack,  
French Police question 8-year-old over terrorism comments

French Police question 8-year-old over terrorism comments

29 Jan 2015

Nice (France): An eight-year-old boy in France was questioned by police for half after he allegedly made comments in school in praise of terrorists, police said.

France police,   France attack,   Paris attack,   Terrorist attack,   Charlie Hebdo,  
Rajya Sabha members seek stringent punishment for acid attackers

Rajya Sabha members seek stringent punishment for acid attackers

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Cutting across party lines, members united in Rajya Sabha on Friday to seek stringent punishment for perpetrators of acid attacks in the wake of rising incidents in the country, saying the incidents inflict undescribable pain on the body and minds of the victims.

Rajya Sabha,   Acid attacks,   Acid sales,   Acid attack victims,  
'Pakistan to discuss all issues with India during S Jaishankar visit'

'Pakistan to discuss all issues with India during S Jaishankar visit'

20 Feb 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday said all outstanding issues with India will be discussed during Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar's upcoming visit to Islamabad.

S Jaishankar,   S Jaishankar visit to Pakistan,   Pakistan,   India,   Islamabad,  
Sauna bathing reduces heart related mortality: Research

Sauna bathing reduces heart related mortality: Research

26 Feb 2015

Helsinki: Frequent sauna use could reduce risks of a sudden cardiac death, research by the University of Eastern Finland has suggested.

Sauna bathing,   human heart,   cardiac attack,   mortality ,  

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