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  • Nicaragua evacuates 3,000 as volcano spews ash

    Managua, Nicaragua, Sep 9 (): Nicaragua’s volcano, the San Cristobal ejected out three times on Saturday throwing out its gases and ashes and forced 3,000 residents to evacuate from the place, authorities said. Television coverage showed a long column of ash and smoke arising from the volcano’s cone into the sky, Nicaragua’s tallest at 1,745 meters…

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  • KBC 6 : First crorepati is Kashmir’s Manoj Raina

    Mumbai, Sep 9 (): KBC 6, the sixth season of “Kaun Banega Crorepati” started on September 7. The show saw Manoj Raina, from Kashmir as its first contestant to win one crore in the show. A crore was a dream for the Kashmiri, which came true by participating in the reality game show KBC-6. Now,…

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  • Indian Banks pip Chinese banks in Forbes 50 list

    Mumbai, Sep 9 () : Financial institutions, HDFC and Kotak Mahindra  have overtaken the Chinese banks in the Forbes Asia’s ‘Fab 50′ history this year. HDFC Bank, the nation’s most respected financial institution with the greatest market capitalisation, and Kotak Mahindra Bank are the only two banking organizations from Asia figuring in the history and…

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  • Dreamliner 787 to make Air India dreams true

    New Delhi, Sep 9 (): As the much late Boeing 787 Dreamliner creates a formal landing in Delhi to be a part of Air India’s fleet, the troubled commercial airline is operating on a strategy to restore its missing area in the worldwide air. While AI will not formally discuss its path programs for the…

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  • Vitamin A may be used to prevent prostate cancer

    London, September 9 (ANI): Scientists at the University of York have for the first time discovered a link between cancer cells and a deficiency of vitamin A. Their research, published in the journal Nucleic Acids Research, showed cancer cells are under control of a derivative of the vitamin, known as retinoic acid, the Daily Express…

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  • Romney’s advisers admit Obama winning White House race with ‘much clearer path’

    Washington, Sept. 9 (ANI): Top advisers to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney have privately admitted that President Barack Obama will win the White House race with a much clearer path. The Romney campaign, while pleasantly surprised by Obama’s lackluster prime-time performance, said privately said that state-by-state polling numbers, most glaringly in Ohio, are working in…

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  • Reducing pressure on kids to eat may help prevent obesity

    Washington, September 9 (ANI): Parents educated in an approach based on “division of responsibility” (DOR) for eating put less pressure on their children to eat certain foods -which may reduce the child’s risk of obesity-according to the new research. The study led by Dr. W. Stewart Agras of Stanford University adds to the evidence that…

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  • Meet the baby girl born with half a heart

    London, Sep. 9 (ANI): A baby girl born in United Kingdom with half a heart has beaten the odds by surviving, despite not being diagnosed with a life-threatening condition until she was four-months-old. Scarlett Dougan was born with a rare illness called Hypoplastic Right Heart Syndrome (HRHS), where the heart’s right side is underdeveloped and…

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