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‘Secret sister gift exchange’ on Facebook- a hoax or reality ?


Wheeee!! All the facebook users attention here, have you came across the recent  “secret sister gift exchange” on Facebook yet? No? Surely soon then! Till then we would like to tell you something, its like, the message claims you can buy a gift for $10 or more, add your name to a list and then receive a bounty of 36 ...

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Meditation lowers depression in people with gut disease


A new study claims that for long-term improvements in mental health and quality of life for patients, specifically with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), MEDITATION does magic. IBD patients commonly bear Anxiety, depression, and decreased quality of life. “Our study provides support for the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of a tailored mindfulness-based group intervention for patients with IBD,” said David Castle, psychiatrist at ...

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Anupam Kher: India is a tolerant country

Anupam Kher

Veteran actor Anupam Kher, while leading his ‘March for India’ campaign protesting against the ones who are returning their award in means of growing intolearnce in the country , on Saturday said that India is a “tolerant country” and nobody has the right to call it “intolerant”. Kher said: Every country has some problems but nobody has the right to ...

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Azam Khan called Modi, a criminal

Azam Khan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi one of the “top ten criminals of the world”, allegedly stated by cabinet minister Mohammad Azam Khan.  A lawsuit has been filed against Azam Khan in a Kanpur court regarding this hideous comment upon the PM of India. The prime accuser, Ram Sewak Shukla, a retired executive engineer of the Jal Nigam, gave his testimony before the ...

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Tamil Actor Ajith to undergo knee, shoulder surgery


Tamil actor Ajith Kumar, who apparently injured his knee and shoulder during the climax sequence of upcoming Tamil film “Vedalam”, will be undergoing surgery at a private hospital on November 24. “This is the second time he will undergo surgery for his knee and shoulder. In 2013, he injured himself while shooting for Tamil film ‘Aarrambam’. Since he has been ...

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Moderate resistance exercise, a boost for pregnant women


A new study contrary to the prior popular perception, suggests that for pregnant women, moderate resistance exercise can relieve symptoms related to pregnancy such as back pain, fatigue, headache and nausea, among others, and improve sense of control. So all the expecting mothers are recommended to under go some physical activities in a regular basis. Traditionally, pregnant women were recommended for ...

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Modi’s visit impose tight security and restrictions in Srinagar


Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kashmir held strict restrictions imposed on Saturday in major parts of Srinagar. A senior police officer informed that restrictions have been imposed in old city and uptown areas of Srinagar falling under the jurisdictions of Khanyar, Rainawari, Nowhatta, M.R. Gunj, Safakadal, Kralkhud and Maisuma police stations. Across traffic crossings on the main roads in ...

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US enhaced airport security following Russian airliner tragedy


As a result of the ongoing investigation into the last week’s Russian airliner tragedy on Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, the US introduced new airport security measures in order to avoid furthermore discrepancies, the country’s Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has reported. It is likely to be expected as cited by Prsident Barack Obama that an explosive device aboard caused the crash ...

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Obama rejects Canadian energy infrastructure project


US President Barack Obama apparently denied a cross-border permit for construction of the Keystone XL pipeline bid by Canadian energy infrastructure company. This proposed project was even harshly criticised by environmental groups. On Friday Obama said he has consent with the apt decision of the state department, which had conducted a seven-year review and concluded that the pipeline by TransCanada ...

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