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Exercise, relaxation can reduce social anxiety: Report

Exercise, relaxation can reduce social anxiety: Report

19 Jul 2014

Toronto: Exercise and relaxation activities like yoga can positively impact people with social anxiety disorders, revealed scientists.

Exercise,   relaxation,   Adam Heenan,   Clinical Psychology,   Queen's University,   Canada ,  
Karunanidhi did not visit his <strong>Tsunami</strong> affected constituency: Jayalalithaa

Karunanidhi did not visit his Tsunami affected constituency: Jayalalithaa

15 Jul 2014

Chennai: The December 2004 tsunami sparked a debate in the Tamil Nadu Assembly with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa asserting she had extended aid and succour to the affected, while DMK chief Karunanidhi had not even visited his constituency, which was also hit by the disaster.

Karunanidhi,   Tsunami,   Jayalalithaa,   DMK chief,   Karunanidhi,   disaster,   ,  
Shuttler Anand in third round of <strong>Canada</strong> Open

Shuttler Anand in third round of Canada Open

02 Jul 2014

Vancouver: India's Anand Pawar reached the men's singles pre-quarterfinals of the Canada Open Grand Prix tournament with a straight-game win over local shuttler Bobby Milroy in Vancouver.

Anand Pawar,   Canada Open,   Vancouver,   shuttler,   Bobby Milroy,   Maxime Moreels,  
Meghalaya seeks assistance from <strong>Canada</strong> in energy generation

Meghalaya seeks assistance from Canada in energy generation

27 Jun 2014

Shillong: The Meghalaya government has sought 'expertise' from Canada to tap into the state's energy resources and greater cooperation across sectors.

Meghalaya,   energy generation,   energy generation in Meghalaya,   Canada,   Meghalaya government ,  
Major quake strikes off Alaska, local <strong>Tsunami</strong> warning issued

Major quake strikes off Alaska, local Tsunami warning issued

24 Jun 2014

Los Angeles: An 8.0-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Alaska generating a local Tsunami warning, the US Geological Survey has said.

Aleutians,   Tsunami,   earthquake,   earthquake in Alaska,   US Geological Survey,  
Honest tales encourage kids to speak truth

Honest tales encourage kids to speak truth

19 Jun 2014

Toronto: If you wish to keep your children on the straight and narrow, tell them stories that praise a character's honesty instead of those that emphasize the negative repercussions of lying, says a study. "The study shows that to promote moral behaviour such as honesty, emphasizing the positive outcomes of honesty rather than the negative consequences of dishonesty is the key," said Kang Lee from University of Toronto in Canada.

moral behavior,   Kang Lee,   University of Toronto,   Canada,   cultural in young children ,  
BlackBerry to complete sale of Canadian real estate by August

BlackBerry to complete sale of Canadian real estate by August

23 Jun 2014

New Delhi: Embattled smartphone maker BlackBerry, which has sold 80 percent of its real estate in its home country, expects to complete sale of the remaining properties in Canada by August-end as it tries to improve operations and increase efficiency.

BlackBerry,   BlackBerry share,   BlackBerry market,   Canadian real estate,   BlackBerry smartphone,   BlackBerry properties in Canada,   Spear Street,   Brookfield Property Group,  
Leone makes Surveen feel insecure?

Leone makes Surveen feel insecure?

18 Jun 2014

Mumbai: Surveen Chawla is flying back from Canada just to ensure that her 'Hate Story 2' co-star Sunny Leone does not catch all the limelight. Interestingly, Surveen Chawla, who is currently shooting in Canada for her untitled Punjabi film, had apparently not allotted any dates to the makers of 'Hate Story 2' for its promotions. But she has now decided to put that shoot on hold and return to India for the promotion of her film.

Surveen Chawla,   Sunny Leone,   Hate Story 2,   special promotional song,   Jay Bhanushali,   Hindi film,   Canada ,  
<strong>Canada</strong> relaxes restrictions on mobile devices in flight

Canada relaxes restrictions on mobile devices in flight

27 May 2014

Ottawa: Canada, following the lead of United States and European Union, on Monday relaxed official restrictions on using mobile devices in flight while maintaining a ban on transmitting information.

Canada government,   mobile devices in flight,   European Union,   United States,   restriction on mobile phones,   mobile phone in aeroplane,  
<strong>Tsunami</strong> hits Hawaii after powerful 7.6 magnitude <strong>Canada</strong> quake

Tsunami hits Hawaii after powerful 7.6 magnitude Canada quake

28 Oct 2012

A potentially destructive Pacific tsunami hit Hawaii on Sunday after a powerful earthquake struck off the west coast of Canada, triggering calls for urgent action to protect lives as sirens wailed across the archipelago.

Tsunami in Canada,   Canada quake,   Tsunami in Hawaii,   7.7 magnitude quake,  

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