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Don't just make right food choices, exercise too

Being healthy is more than just making the right food choices - it's also about supplementing healthy food choices with increased participation in physical activity, says an expert, who feels a few exercise trends must be incorporated into one's daily ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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HRW urges Bangladesh to reject Rohingya relocation plan

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged Bangladesh to immediately drop its plan to transfer Rohingya refugees from the Cox's Bazar area to Thengar Char, an uninhabited coastal island, saying the move would deprive them of their rights to freedom of movement, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

UPDATE 1-Asia targets tourism, education boost from Trump travel ban

(Updates with new comments, switches second dateline) By Praveen Menon and Shashank Chouhan KUALA LUMPUR/NEW DELHI, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Seeking tocapitalise on U.S. President Donald Trump's controversial newtravel restrictions, companies and officials in Asia ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Kerala has declared Internet as basic right, 20 lakh families to get free internet

Recently, during the budget session in Kerala, its Finance Minister Thomas Issac announced free internet connections to 20 lakh citizens. Having said that, Internet access has been declared a basic right just like water, food, and education for each and ...
 Fone Arena1 week ago Kerala Becomes 1st Indian State To Declare Internet As Basic Right For Every Citizen; 20 Lakh Citizens To Get Free Internet  Trak.in3 weeks ago
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Disabled category students may get 5% reserved quota in higher education from 2018

Candidates with disabilities may soon be able to avail 5% reservation in higher studies. The government is keen to finalise the rules of the recently passed Disabilities Bill by 14 April which will allow disabled persons to avail five per cent reservation in ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Centre to soon introduce new reservation policy for Persons with Disabilities  catchnews.com2 months ago
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Why the doctors' strike ended as a bittersweet victory

Last week, some 4,000 doctors in Maharashtra went on strike to protest against assaults on resident doctors.After an ultimatum issued by the Bombay high court, the doctors returned to work on March 25.Dr Mrigank Warrier explains why the resident doctors' movement is far from over. IMAGE: Thousands of doctors went on strike in Maharashtra demanding security at government hospitals.Photograph: Sahil Salvi March 12, 10 pm. An accident victim, with a serious head injury, is brought to the District ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago 'But who do we blame? Who do we beat up? Doctors!'  Rediff.com5 days ago
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LSG Dept tops in Corruption on Vigilance scale

Thiruvananthapuram: The anti corruption index developed by the research wing of the Department of Vigilance and Anti- Corruption has ranked the Local Self government (LSG) right on the top among 61 others for being the most corrupt. Revenue comes second and ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago
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Rahul Bose claims his latest film Poorna passes the Bechdel test

It has been years since Rahul Bose directed a film, his last being the 2001 film Everybody Says I'm Fine! Now, he has returned to direction with Poorna , a film based on the fantastic journey of Poorna Malavath, a 13-year-old mountaineer, the youngest girl in ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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2016 was the worst year yet for Syrian children

A new Unicef report reveals that more than 650 children died as military conflicts and political games in the embattled country waged on for the sixth year. “I wanted to become a doctor but perhaps I won’t become anything because our school was attacked, we used to play a lot in the schoolyard but now I’m afraid of coming here. My dad might take us to another school in another village.”-- Ahmad, 6-year-old IMAGE: The year 2016 saw a 20 per cent rise since last year in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Six get Namma Bengaluru Awards for city improvement

Six citizens received the Namma Bengaluru Awards on Sunday, the flagship award of the Namma Bengaluru Foundation which recognises contributions towards the betterment of the city. In its eighth edition, Dr T V Ramachandra, a professor at Indian Institute of ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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