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Brexit consequences: India well prepared to deal with it, says...

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Exuding confidence on India's ability to tackle with the fall out of Brexit, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said government will aim to smoothen volatility and minimise Brexit impact on the economy in the ..., 1 month ago

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Is ginger the new pill for morning sickness?

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Ginger and acupuncture may help some women in treating nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, better known as morning sickness, say experts. According to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Is the office 'cake culture' putting your health in danger?

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Be it a birthday celebration or a farewell party to a colleague, having a cake at work is just some usual stuff that all of us have been been doing it. But hold your breath, before going into another office party.
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Microsoft teams up with legal marijuana industry

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Microsoft embarks on a new journey with its recent tie up with a software industry that supports the legal marijuana industry. After the United States government decision to legalize the use of marijuana in 20 ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Ouch! Zuckerberg's Pinterest and Twitter accounts hacked

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Mark Zuckerebrg, founder of world's biggest social media platform Facebook, has had his Pinterest and Twitter accounts hacked by a group of hackers, according to BBC news. The team OurMine takes the responsibility ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Scientists grow human organs inside pigs to tackle organ shortage!

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: In a bid to tackle the worldwide shortage of transplant organs, US scientists have injected human stem cells into pig embryos to produce human-pig embryos known as chimeras. According to researchers at the ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Babies affected by Zika prone to eye damage: Research

Zee Media Bureau/ New Delhi: The Zika virus or epidemic, as one might say has been a cause of increasing concern for the entire world. The virus, carried by aedes aegypti vectors, has been affecting people living in and around at least 20 ...
 ZeeNews.com2 months ago

See pic: Go paperless! UK plans to launch digital driving license

(Image for representational purpose only) Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: With a motive to reduce paper consumption, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) introduced its plan to launch a smartphone version of driving license. Oliver ...
 ZeeNews.com2 months ago

India and Iran in 'historic' port deal

From the section India Image copyright Press Information Bureau Image caption Prime Minister Narendra Modi (L) is holding talks with President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that India will build and ...
 BBC2 months ago

Alcohol kills an Indian every 96 minutes

New Delhi As the debate over an alcohol bans grows across India, 15 people die every day - or one every 96 minutes - from the effects of drinking alcohol, reveals an IndiaSpend analysis of 2013 National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data, the latest ...
 ProKerala.com2 months ago Gulp down this bitter truth: 69 per cent of crimes in Kerala due to alcohol  Manorama Online2 months ago
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