Robin Uthappa and Dhawal Kulkarni Join The League of Married Indian Cricketers

Robin Uthappa and Dhawal Kulkarni Join The League of Married Indian Cricketers

Robin Uhappa with wife Sheethal Goutham. (Image credit: Stories by Joseph Radhik) Mumbai: Indian Pacer Dhawal Kulkarni tied the nuptial knot with Shradha Kharpude, a fashion co-ordinator, in a private ceremony in Mumbai on Thursday. The couple had met four...
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Missing Noida-Based Fashion Designer Left Home After Dispute: Police

Missing Noida-Based Fashion Designer Left Home After Dispute: Police

Shipra Malik had gone missing from Delhi on February 29. New Delhi:  Highlights 29 year old Shipra Malik went who missing on Monday, found in Gurgaon UP police say she left home voluntarily after a family dispute Malik returned on...
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Academic Stress Can Trigger ADHD in Kids

Academic Stress Can Trigger ADHD in Kids

A new study suggests that the increasing academic stress on younger children is likely to be the reason behind the high prevalence of attention-deficit disorder. Researchers from the University of Miami in the US hypothesized that increased academic standards ...
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White Bread, Corn Flakes Intake Push Up Lung Cancer Risk

White Bread, Corn Flakes Intake Push Up Lung Cancer Risk

Consuming foods and beverages with a high glycemic index, such as white bread or bagels, corn flakes and puffed rice, is linked with an increased risk of developing lung cancer, says a study. Glycemic index (GI) is a measure of...
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Why Female Heart Reacts More Sensitively to Stress

Why Female Heart Reacts More Sensitively to Stress

While the number of men dying from heart attack has been constantly decreasing during the past twenty years, the fatal risk particularly in young women has increased significantly, finds a study. The study showed that stress in the daily routine...
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Antibiotic Resistance Is Worrisome, but Not Hopeless

Antibiotic Resistance Is Worrisome, but Not Hopeless

Image via iStock A century ago, the top three causes of death were infectious diseases. More than half of all people dying in the United States died because of germs. Today, they account for a few percent of deaths at...
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