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Banana shield for intestine

A diet rich in potassium, an element found in foods such as bananas, baked potatoes with skin and spinach, has been shown for the first time to protect people from incurable inflammatory bowel diseases. Indian and American scientists have jointly discovered ... The Telegraph, 2 hours ago

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Vegetables may reduce risk of heart disease, diabetes

Nuts and green leafy vegetables are rMagnesium-rich.
 DNA13 hours ago Green leafy vegetables rich in magnesium reduce heart disease risk  Deccan Chronicle15 hours ago Magnesium-rich nuts, green leafy vegetables may reduce risk of heart disease, diabetes  Siasat Daily18 hours ago

Trump's team of the rich and the generals

A billionaire himself, President-elect Donald Trump may have been expected to turn to his wealthy friends and allies for his cabinet and other senior administration positions. But generals? He has never served in the military. Trump has packed ...
 Hindustan Times6 hours ago Has Donald Trump tempted Russia's rich back to the U.S. property market?  RBTH.com1 day ago Pence reassures rich patrons of Trump's commi...  Dotemirates.com1 day ago Congressional Republican Wants To Raid Rich University Endowments  Daily Caller1 day ago
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Demonetisation has made rich richer: Yechury

IANS New Delhi, Dec 8 (IANS) Dubbing demonetisation a "man-made disaster", CPI-M General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Thursday said it had only made the rich richer at the cost of the poor. He also said that the government had failed to ...
 News Track India16 hours ago

Thailand shuts ultra-rich Bangkok temple's TV channel amid scandal

BANGKOK (AFP) - Thai authorities have ordered a controversial Buddhist temple to suspend its 24-hour TV channel, as police redouble efforts to arrest the spiritual leader of the scandal-hit sect. A cat-and-mouse game between investigators and the ...
 Straits Times21 hours ago Thailand shuts ultra-rich temple's TV channel amid scandal  DNA15 hours ago In Thailand: Government shuts ultra-rich temple's TV channel amid scandal  Pulse.ng15 hours ago

Fear reaches all, rich, poor and those in between

BENGALURU: Fear is the common state of all mankind, whether you live in a small house or in a palace, whether you have no work or plenty of work, whether you have tremendous knowledge about everything on earth or are ignorant, or whether you are a ...
 New Indian Express22 hours ago

Organic Foods That To Include In Your List

When we go for grocery shopping we select foods that have low fat, are rich in fiber and most importantly organic. Many scientists say organic food is more nutritious than conventionally grown food.These days we get almost all fruits and veggies that are ...
 Asia Net India15 hours ago
Times of Oman

Dakota access pipeline: You don’t have to be that rich to play fast and loose with tribes and their land

The movement against an oil pipeline, the Dakota Access Pipeline in America’s heartland that had brought together hundreds of different American Indian tribes, said to be the largest gathering of Native American tribes in more than a century, and multitudes ...
 First Post.com1 day ago Oil-rich Indian reservations to face Trump backlash  Times of Oman3 days ago As Dakota Celebrates, Trump Advisors Propose Privatizing Oil-Rich Indian Reservations  Zero Hedge3 days ago Trump advisоrs aim tо privatize оil-rich Indian reservatiоns  NewspaperPost3 days ago
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Watch Video: Arvind Kejriwal slams demonetisation, calls it a policy by PM Modi to help rich & corrupt friends

Arvind Kejriwal claimed that the policy initiated by the central government had lead to a chaotic situation among the common people of the country. (PTI) Amid escalating political tension over the demonetisation policy implemented by the Narendra ...
 Financial Express1 day ago Mark_reuters_360x270_1 NEW DELHI: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. He said yesterday that his social media network wants to help Mr Modi connect remote villages of India to the Internet.India, Mr Zuckerberg said, had only around 243 million of its people currently online and about a billion people not connected – a huge waste of potential, he said, with the whole world robbed of their ideas and creativity. “We believe that connectivity is a human right… it cannot just be the privilege of the rich ad powerful,” he said at a conference in New Delhi on Thursday.Mr Zuckerberg said he was excited about Mr Modi’s Digital India initiative. “He is committed to connecting villages online and we are excited to see how Facebook can help,” he said.The 30-year-old Facebook CEO is on a two-day visit to India aimed at promoting the app, which allows people in underdeveloped areas to access basic online services. This is his first visit to India.Apart from Mr Modi, the Facebook CEO will also meet Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today.The government is expected bring up how the social networking giant can help in promoting its campaigns on education and empowerment of the girl child, against female foeticide and the ambitious Ganga clean-up plan.Sources said it is also likely to ask Mr Zuckerberg to promote Hindi on his social networking site.Mr Zuckerberg said Facebook was now focusing on content in local languages. “Since 2007, Facebook has been working on new apps and services in local languages. About 65 per cent use Facebook in a language other than English, including 10 Indian languages,” he said.He announced yesterday that Facebook is creating a $1 million fund to help developers develop apps for farmers, migrants and women. This will be a contest to drive new apps and services in local languages.Mark Zuckerberg is the third high profile CEO of a US-based firm, after Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, to visit India in the last few days. Reporter= S.R.K  Current News India3 days ago Modi, Ghani get glimpse of Punjabi culture, cuisine  Business Standard5 days ago Avenge demonetisation misery, vote against BJP: Kejriwal to UP  Sify1 week ago

PM pays rich tributes to Cho

New Delhi, Dec 7 (PTI) Condoling the demise of "dear friend" Cho Ramaswamy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today paid rich tributes to the veteran journalist and satirist, remembering him as a "multidimensional personality" and a "fearless voice" whom ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago PM Modi pays rich tributes to Cho Ramaswamy  Economic Times1 day ago Pained by demise of dear friend Cho Ramaswamy: PM  Business Line1 day ago
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