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Religion cannot be made <strong>cause</strong> of conflict: President

Religion cannot be made cause of conflict: President

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi:  Asserting that religion cannot be made a cause of conflict, President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said 'tolerance' and promotion of goodwill between diverse communities needs to be preserved with "utmost care and vigilance" .

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Low carbohydrate diet can <strong>cause</strong> digestive problems: Experts

Low carbohydrate diet can cause digestive problems: Experts

24 Jan 2015

Los Angeles: Low carb diets may be used as a weight loss tool by some people, but dieticians and nutritionists warn that the tactic may be contributing to a reduction in fibre intake and thus, helping in setting up health problems instead.

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Jharkhand: IAS officer Sajjal Chakraborty served with show <strong>cause</strong> notice

Jharkhand: IAS officer Sajjal Chakraborty served with show cause notice

23 Jan 2015

Ranchi: IAS officer Sajjal Chakraborty has been served with a show cause notice for allegedly arguing with Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, following which he was removed from the post of Chief Secretary.

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<strong>Toxic</strong> leak at International Space Station

Toxic leak at International Space Station

14 Jan 2015

Moscow: A leak of a toxic substance on Wednesday forced astronauts to evacuate the American section of the International Space Station, Russia's space agency said.

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Factors that increase chances of <strong>miscarriage</strong>

Factors that increase chances of miscarriage

15 Jun 2013

Pregnancy is a delicate time and one must be very careful, staying safe is of utmost importance. Miscarriage can happen for many reasons, and as the old adage says, ‘prevention is better that cure’, so we want you to know and understand the factors that increase the risk of miscarriage.

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Tata <strong>Chemicals</strong> aims Rs 4,000 crore revenue from consumer goods

Tata Chemicals aims Rs 4,000 crore revenue from consumer goods

13 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Tata Chemicals aims to increase revenue from consumer products business to Rs 4,000 crore in next five years on the back of market expansion across the country, company's top official said.

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Snacking on fruits can <strong>cause</strong> dental problems

Snacking on fruits can cause dental problems

17 Jan 2015

London: An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but it could also be keeping your dentist busy, according to a recent survey of oral hygiene experts

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Vitamin B negates pesticide effects on fertility: Study

Vitamin B negates pesticide effects on fertility: Study

06 Jan 2015

New York: Exposure to a common pesticide used to kill mosquitoes can increase the risk of early miscarriage in women, but those who have adequate levels of vitamin B in their bodies stay protected, new research says.

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<strong>Chemicals</strong> from personal care products contaminate pools

Chemicals from personal care products contaminate pools

07 Jan 2015

Washington: A new study suggests that apart from urine, pharmaceuticals and chemicals from personal care products end up in swimming pools and may impact your health. These chemicals interact with chlorine to produce disinfection byproducts with unknown properties.

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Delhi polls: BJP welcomes EC's show <strong>cause</strong> notice to Kejriwal

Delhi polls: BJP welcomes EC's show cause notice to Kejriwal

17 Jan 2015

New Delhi: BJP on Saturday welcomed the Election Commission's decision of issuing a show cause notice to Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal for "prima facie" violating the Model Code of Conduct.

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