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Government <strong>may</strong> do away with LPG subsidy for rich: Jaitley

Government may do away with LPG subsidy for rich: Jaitley

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government is considering doing away with the LPG subsidy for the well-off, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday.

Modi Government,   LPG subsidy,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
'More heads <strong>may</strong> roll at Infosys BPO'

'More heads may roll at Infosys BPO'

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Infosys, which had sacked its BPO unit CFO Abraham Mathews, is looking at firing few more senior executives for allegedly overcharging Apple Inc for IT support services.

Infosys,   Infosys BPO,   Infosys CFO,   Abraham Mathews,   Apple Inc,   IT support services,  
US military <strong>may</strong> extend anti-Ebola mission in West Africa

US military may extend anti-Ebola mission in West Africa

21 Nov 2014

Washington: The US military may extend its mission to combat the spread of Ebola in West Africa beyond six months, if there was a surge of new cases."We have to be prepared for this to go longer than six months," Pentagon official John Kirby said on Thursday.

US Military,   West Africa,   Ebola Mission,   John Kirby,   Operation United Assitance,   Ebola,   Ebola Virus,  
Tough jobs <strong>may</strong> protect your memory

Tough jobs may protect your memory

20 Nov 2014

London: If you hate your job because it requires complex work with other people or data, you may now discard the negative thoughts as researchers have found that complex jobs help people retain their memory and thinking skills even after retirement.

Tough jobs,   memory,   complex jobs,   thinking tests,   complexity of work,   Neurology,  
<strong>Too</strong> early to review shortfalls of Modi government, says Salman Khurshid

Too early to review shortfalls of Modi government, says Salman Khurshid

16 Nov 2014

Farukhabad: Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid said its too early to review the shortcomings of the Narendra Modi Government and it should be given at least six months to a year's time to perform.

Farukhabad,   Congress,   Salman Khurshid,   Narendra Modi,   Modi Government,  
Watching <strong>too</strong> <strong>much</strong> <strong>TV</strong> <strong>may</strong> increase risk of early death: Study

Watching too much TV may increase risk of early death: Study

26 Jun 2014

Washington: The adults, who watch TV three hours or more a day, may double their risk of premature death from any cause, a new study has warned.

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Trans fats intake? Stop, as you <strong>may</strong> have worse memory apart from weight gain

Trans fats intake? Stop, as you may have worse memory apart from weight gain

21 Nov 2014

Washington: Trans fats are bad not only for your waistline but also for your brain, shows a study. Every gram of dietary trans fatty acids consumed in a day was linked with 0.76 fewer words recalled, which means 11 fewer words recalled with the highest trans fat intake compared to those who consumed least trans fats.

Trans fats bad for brain,   waistline,   dietary trans fatty acids consumed,   strongly linked to worse memory,   young and middle-aged men,   working and career-building years,   linked to higher body weight,   more aggression,   heart disease,   ,  
 Chenab Valley <strong>may</strong> be the clincher, parties go all out to woo

Chenab Valley may be the clincher, parties go all out to woo

20 Nov 2014

Bhaderwah (JK): It is famous as 'mini Kashmir' for its resemblance to scenic beauty of the Valley, but mountain-locked Bhaderwah lacks development and basic tourism infrastructure which people allege is due to the 'discrimination' meted out to it.

Chenab Valley,   J and K polls,   Bhaderwah,   Chenab Basin,   NC,   BJP,   Congress,   PDP,   Narendra Modi,   Omar Abdullah,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
 Congress <strong>may</strong> have new AICC general secretary in-charge of Delhi

Congress may have new AICC general secretary in-charge of Delhi

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Congress may have a new AICC general secretary in-charge of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab as incumbent Shakeel Ahmed is going abroad for three months from December end on a personal call.

Congress,   AICC,   DPCC,   AICC general secretary,   Shakeel Ahmed,   Sonia Gandhi,  
Injured Michael Clarke <strong>may</strong> recover in time for India Tests

Injured Michael Clarke may recover in time for India Tests

19 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Australian skipper Michael Clarke, who is struggling with his hamstring injury, could be fit in time for the upcoming four Tests against India starting December 4, with reports surfacing that the batsman may not require surgery.

Australian captain,   Michael Clarke,   Hamstring injury,   Tests,   India,   Surgery,  

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