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Notice to Himachal <strong>Pradesh</strong> over caste discrimination in temple

Notice to Himachal Pradesh over caste discrimination in temple

28 Aug 2015

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh High Court has issued notice to the state government over caste discrimination in the ancient Maheshwari Devi Temple in Shimla district.

caste discrimination in temple,   Himachal Pradesh temple,   Himachal Pradesh High Court,   Maheshwari Devi Temple,   Shimla temple,   latest states news,  
Jagran Pehel, RB India join hands to make UP, Bihar villages 'open defecation free'

Jagran Pehel, RB India join hands to make UP, Bihar villages 'open defecation free'

27 Aug 2015

New Delhi: With an aim to make 200 villages in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar open defecation free, Jagran Pehel, a division of Shri Puranchandra Gupta Smarak Trust and  RB (formerly known as Reckitt Benckiser) India along with the State governments of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, announced the launch of ‘Changing Behaviour: Creating Sanitation Change Leaders’.

Jagran Pehel,   Puranchandra Gupta Smarak Trust,   RB India,   Reckitt Benckiser,   Uttar Pradesh,   Bihar,   Changing Behaviour,   Sanitation,  
 How e-cigarettes can be lethal for children

How e-cigarettes can be lethal for children

28 Aug 2015

Washington: Substances used in e-cigarettes such as liquid nicotine can be fatal if ingested, yet most parents who use e-cigarettes are not aware of the dangers, finds a new study done at the Washington University school of medicine in St. Louis.

e cigarettes,   children,   cigarettes,   e cigarettes harms,   Latest health news,  
Suspected case of Japanese encephalitis detected in Indore

Suspected case of Japanese encephalitis detected in Indore

28 Aug 2015

Indore: A suspected case of Japanese fever (encephalitis) has been reported in the district for the first time, a government health official said here yesterday.

Japanese encephalitis,   Japanese fever,   Indore,   health,   Latest States News,  
36 students fall ill after having mid-day meal in <strong>Uttar</strong> <strong>Pradesh</strong>

36 students fall ill after having mid-day meal in Uttar Pradesh

25 Aug 2015

Muzaffarnagar: Thirty six children fell ill after consuming mid-day meal at two government schools, located in the same compound, at Kaserwa village under Budhana Police Station in the district.

Students,   Mid day meal,   Muzaffarnagar,   Government schools,   Kaserwa village,   Budhana Police Station,   Latest States News,  
BJP reviews preparedness for UP panchayat polls

BJP reviews preparedness for UP panchayat polls

25 Aug 2015

Lucknow: Ahead of the Uttar Pradesh panchayat polls, BJP vice-president Om Mathur on Monday took stock of the party's preparedness in the state and organisational work here at the party headquarters.

Uttar Pradesh,   UP panchayat polls,   BJP,   Om Mathur,   UP BJP,  
Amethi SDM orders return of Rajiv Gandhi Trust land to UP state corporation

Amethi SDM orders return of Rajiv Gandhi Trust land to UP state corporation

26 Aug 2015

Amethi: A revenue court today ordered return of the land sold to Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust by an industrial house to Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC).

Amethi SDM,   Rajiv Gandhi Trust,   Land,   Amethi,   Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust,   Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation,   UPSIDC,   Latest Nation News,  
 Feeling sad? Using phone won't make you any happier

Feeling sad? Using phone won't make you any happier

27 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Turning to your mobile phone every time you feel a little low would only make things worse as smartphones do not help alleviate negative feelings, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

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 In distress? Shed some tears to feel better

In distress? Shed some tears to feel better

26 Aug 2015

London: Shedding emotional tears, an ability only humans are bestowed with, can improve mood over time, new research suggests."Yes, a good cry indeed might go a long way to make you feel better," said study lead author Asmir Gracanin from University of Tilburg in the Netherlands.

distress,   tears,   crying,   depression,   Latest health news ,  
ISRO successfully launches GSAT-6 with homegrown cryogenic engine

ISRO successfully launches GSAT-6 with homegrown cryogenic engine

27 Aug 2015

Sriharikota: India today successfully launched its latest communication satellite GSAT-6, having an indigenous cryogenic engine, onboard the GSLV-D6 rocket from the spaceport here.

ISRO,   India rocket launch,   Satellite launch,   GSLV D6,   Communication satellite,   GSAT 6,   Sriharikota,   Andhra Pradesh ,  

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