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Can People Move Closer To Taj Mahal For Night <strong>Viewing</strong>, Asks Supreme Court

Can People Move Closer To Taj Mahal For Night Viewing, Asks Supreme Court

23 Aug 2016

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday sought response from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) on a plea filed by an advocate seeking permission for visitors at Taj Mahal to view the marble mausoleum at night upto the central tank.

Taj Mahal,   closer view of Taj Mahal,   Supreme Court on Taj Mahal,   Taj Mahal night view,   Archaeological Survey of India,   nation news,  
<strong>Too</strong> <strong>much</strong> twitter <strong>may</strong> drive you crazy

Too much twitter may drive you crazy

07 Aug 2014

London: If you have a tendency to read and post tweets for several hours a day, watch out for psychiatric disorders. According to researchers, an overdose of Twitter may drive you psychotic.

Twitter,   researches,   psychiatric hospital,   Germany,   retweets,  
Key to Ashwin's success is not experimenting <strong>too</strong> <strong>much</strong>: Virat Kohli

Key to Ashwin's success is not experimenting too much: Virat Kohli

24 Nov 2015

Nagpur: Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's stupendous performances over the past year is a result of getting "back to basics without trying too much", feels his Test captain Virat Kohli.

Ravichandran Ashwin,   Indian Test captain,   Virat Kohli,   Indian cricket team,   Latest news,  
 <strong>Too</strong> <strong>much</strong> internet can make you forgetful!

Too much internet can make you forgetful!

17 Aug 2015

London: Spending too much time online can cause you to forget things, daydream or face other 'cognitive failures', a new study has warned.

Internet,   cognitive failures,   De Montfort University,  Internet effects bra,  
India Will Be <strong>Too</strong> Strong For New Zealand: Brett Lee

India Will Be Too Strong For New Zealand: Brett Lee

20 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Former Australia pace spearhead Brett Lee feels India will be too strong a challenge for New Zealand when the two sides lock horns in the upcoming three-match Test cricket rubber, starting with the first match on September 22 in Kanpur.

Brett Lee,   India vs New Zealand,   Ind vs NZ,   Australia Pacer,   Kanpur Test,   India First Test,   Latest sports news,  
Watching <strong>too</strong> <strong>much</strong> <strong>TV</strong> reduces tots' vocabulary skills

Watching too much TV reduces tots' vocabulary skills

09 Aug 2013

Toronto: Parents, please note! Toddlers who watch television daily for more than two hours may risk diminishing their vocabulary and math skills, a new study has claimed.

Television,   Children habits to watch TV,   TV diminish kid’s skill,   TV reduces tots' vocabulary,   TV alter kids mind,  
 One-hour <strong>TV</strong> daily <strong>may</strong> up diabetes risk

One-hour TV daily may up diabetes risk

03 Apr 2015

New York:  Think twice before you settle down for your favourite TV show as every hour you spend in front of the idiot box increases the risk of developing diabetes by over three percent, warns a study.

TV,   Television,   Diabetes,   Diabetologia,   TV shows,  
LeEco's Super3 <strong>TVs</strong> Can Be Potential Game Changers In India

LeEco's Super3 TVs Can Be Potential Game Changers In India

06 Aug 2016

New Delhi/Bangalore: Superior TV Viewing Experience, Amazing Sound Output and Never Seen Before Content Will be Key Pillars for LeEco TV Strategy LeEco the global internet and ecosystem conglomerate plans to completely shake up the TV market through their recently launched SuperTVs: Super3 MAX65, Super3 X65 and Super3 X55, which will truly disrupt how Indians watch TV.

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Sonia Gandhi Is '<strong>Much</strong> Better Now', Says Rahul

Sonia Gandhi Is 'Much Better Now', Says Rahul

21 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi is "much better now" and will be "up and about very soon", Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday. The 69-year-old Congress President was discharged from the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here two days back after successfully undergoing a minor procedure. She was earlier in the hospital for 11 days for treatment of fever, dehydration and a shoulder injury.

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Obesity <strong>may</strong> cut <strong>lifespan</strong> by upto eight years

Obesity may cut lifespan by upto eight years

05 Dec 2014

Toronto: Being overweight and obesity have the potential to decrease life expectancy of individuals by upto eight years, says an alarming study, adding that being overweight could be as bad as cigarette smoking.

Obesity,   cigarette smoking,   overweight,   Obesity decrease lifespan,   decrease in life expectancy,   excess weight,  

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