Archive for September 29th, 2018
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Trump admin reiterates support for India’s role in reformed UNSC

New Delhi Sep 29 The Trump administration has reiterated its support for India’s bid for a permanent seat on a reformed UN Security Council, a senior US official said, emphasizing that the two “global partners” share a commitment to work together on global challenges like denuclearisation of the Korean…

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Higher BMI may lower your mental, physical health

New Delhi Sep 29 There is a growing need to prevent obesity as a new study has found that higher body mass index (BMI) may impact your mental as well as physical health. The study explored the aspects of physical health such as body weight, heart health and blood pressure…

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On World Heart Day, we ask – does heartbreak ever get easier?

New Delhi Sep 29 It was in 2008 when my heart broke for the first time. I was in Class IX, sitting in the classroom and completely immersed in Eric Segal’s Love Story. Furiously turning the pages, I was oblivious to what was being taught. That afternoon, as the…

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I’m a calmer person today: Anushka on 10 years in Bollywood

New Delhi, Sep 29  It is the beginning of a new era for Anushka Sharma, as she clocks 10 years in Hindi film industry in 2018, and the actor says over time she has grown to become a “calmer” individual.

The 30-year-old actor made her acting debut opposite…

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Indonesian city hit by tsunami after powerful quake

Makassar(Indonesia), Sep 29  A powerful earthquake hit central Indonesia on Friday, causing a tsunami that slammed into a city on Sulawesi island with officials saying the tremor had levelled “many” buildings.

The shallow 7.5 magnitude quake sparked terror among locals who fled into the streets and raced to…

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Asia Cup 2018: Team of the tournament

New Delhi Sep 29 It has been another blockbuster Asia Cup. India have dominated the tournament, winning their seventh continental title while Bangladesh also showed their pedigree to reach the final. Pakistan and Afghanistan impressed on occasions and some of the action on the field was a delight to watch…

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Aadhaar Act as a money Bill: It can lead to a great deal of public harm

A dissenting opinion, said Charles Evans Hughes, before becoming chief justice of the US Supreme Court in 1930, should be “an appeal to the brooding spirit of the law,” and “to the intelligence of a future day.” Perhaps that spirit will come alive in India one day, and, perhaps then…

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