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    Why More People Die of Heart Disease Around Christmas

Why More People Die of Heart Disease Around Christmas

Deaths related to heart disease go up around Christmas and they are not because of the cold winter season when death rates are usually at a seasonal high, says a

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    Indian Women More Hooked to Smartphones Than Men: Report

Indian Women More Hooked to Smartphones Than Men: Report

The time spent on smartphones has gone up considerably in the country, surpassing the time spent on any other media including TV, a report revealed on Wednesday, adding that Indian

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    ‘Dangal’ Body Transformation, I Have not Used Any Substances Says Aamir

‘Dangal’ Body Transformation, I Have not Used Any Substances Says Aamir

Aamir Khan, who is known for his portrayal of a wide range of characters on screen, said that he would love to play the role of Hindu god Krishna. If

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    For the Love of Badminton

For the Love of Badminton

November Edition, NET Bureau, Making a Difference, Sayantani Deb In this concrete world when everyone is busy fulfilling personal goals, there are few who live for others. One such is

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    Hindus Have Lowest Level of Educational Attainment: Study

Hindus Have Lowest Level of Educational Attainment: Study

Hindus continue to have the lowest level of educational attainment among other major religions of the world despite having made substantial educational gains in recent decade, a latest Pew research

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    India Among Most Vacation-Deprived Country: Report

India Among Most Vacation-Deprived Country: Report

India has been ranked as the fourth most vacation deprived country globally, as 63 per cent take fewer days of the vacations that they get, according to to a report.

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Heavy Drinking During Youth Can Disrupt Brain Development

  Heavy Drinking During Youth Can Disrupt Brain Development

Excessive alcohol use during adolescence can disrupt the development of brain and increase risk of substance use disorder later in

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Mobile Money Can Help Lift People out of Poverty: Study

  Mobile Money Can Help Lift People out of Poverty: Study

Mobile money services, which allow users to store and exchange monetary values via mobile phone, can help lift people in

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Chemotherapy May Cause Women to Grow New Eggs, Says Study

  Chemotherapy May Cause Women to Grow New Eggs, Says Study

Treatment with common chemotherapy drug combination appears to increase the number of young eggs in women’s ovaries, a new research

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WhatsApp to Stop Working on Millions of Smartphones by Year End

  WhatsApp to Stop Working on Millions of Smartphones by Year End

It is time to look at your smartphone, not to check amy message or email but how old it is.

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Injections, Implants Tested as New Weapons to Prevent HIV

  Injections, Implants Tested as New Weapons to Prevent HIV

Scientists are taking the battle to prevent HIV to the next level with large-scale trials set to start using injections

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Human Cells with ‘Built-in Circuit’ Can Kill Cancer Cells

  Human Cells with ‘Built-in Circuit’ Can Kill Cancer Cells

Researchers have engineered cells with a “built-in genetic circuit” that produces a molecule that impairs the ability of cancer cells

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Planned Pregnancy Can Help 90% Epileptic Women Have Healthy Babies

  Planned Pregnancy Can Help 90% Epileptic Women Have Healthy Babies

Planned pregnancy can help 90 per cent of epileptic women deliver healthy babies, said doctors. During pregnancy, despite ongoing treatment,

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More Sexual Partners Doubles Prostrate Cancer Risk: Study

  More Sexual Partners Doubles Prostrate Cancer Risk: Study

The more sexual partners a man has may double his risk of developing prostate cancer, a study has claimed. The

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The ‘Special’ Teachers

  The ‘Special’ Teachers

NET Bureau Being a Special education teacher is not an easy job as it requires utmost dedication, compassion and patience.

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The Bistro Plan

  The Bistro Plan

  NET Bureau With the food and beverage reaching at a very advantageous stage, cafes are becoming the go-to spot

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India Home to Most Generous People Globally: Report

  India Home to Most Generous People Globally: Report

Despite some recent cases that somewhat reflected people’s insensitivity in the country, a study shows India tops in terms of

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