• 70% Young Indians have dandruff

    Mumbai, June 6 ( ):  CLEAR Paris Institute run by multinational FMCG company Unilever conducted global scalp analysis survey involving nearly 13,000 participants from Brazil, Mexico, India, China, Russia, Germany, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. The findings show that  around 70 per cent of Indians suffer from dandruff. The highest occurrence of dandruff in…

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  • Rise in HIV among Asian American women

    San Francisco, June 2 (): In a shocking revelation by a study conducted among Asian and Pacific  islander women in USA it is revealed that there is an alarming rise in HIV infection making Asian and Pacific  islanders the second most high risk racial group. This is despite the fact that 85% of the group…

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  • Julia Roberts for clean cook stoves

    Washington,May28,() Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts, have joined an international effort promoting clean, safe and efficient cook stoves. “Nearly two million people around the world — mostly women and children — die each year from an activity that many of us take for granted: cooking for our families,” Roberts said…

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  • Rajinikant in ICU of Singapore Hospital

    Chennai,May 30,( )  Rajnikant was admitted to the ICU of the Singapore Hospital for dialysis and subsequent kidney transplant. Rajinikant  flew by  Singapore Airlines and was accompanied by his family members..  Aiashwarya Dhanush at the airport said, “Yes, he is being taken to Singapore. But as per media reports he will not be airlifted. He is stable…

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  • Bill Gates praises Bihar CM

    Geneva,May18 (): “Nitish Kumar (Bihar Chief minister) and Muhammad Pate (head of Nigeria’s polio eradication programme) have demonstrated that the best leaders can overcome the worst circumstances,” said  Bill Gates in his address to the 64th World Health Assembly (WHA), which is the governing body of the World Health Organisation (WHO) The Sixty-fourth session of…

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  • Rajnikant shifted to ICU

    Chennai, May 18 (): Showing positive response to the treatment which tackles his chest congestion coupled with kidney and liver related problems  superstar Rajinikanth, who was admitted to the Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre was tonight shifted to the Intensive Care Unit. This has been done to improve his breathing pattern and that the actor was…

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  • More complications for Rajnikant

    Chennai, May 17 (): Rumour mills having been working overtime on all days since Rajnikant has been admitted to Ramachandra hospital here. Fans of the actor gathered in large numbers at the hospital demanding that a video footage of  their idol speaking to them be taken in the hospital and aired through channels to put…

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  • UN Youth envoy Vikram to plant one lakh saplings

    Chennai, Apr 23 (Truth Dive): Youth envoy of the United Nations Habitat, Tamil actor Vikram, said he would work towards planting at least one lakh saplings in a year through his new initiative to save the earth, Pachai Puratchi an intiative that he launched. With the help of his fan clubs, the movement would pick…

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  • SC notice on Binayak Sen plea

    New Delhi, Mar11 (): The Supreme Court bench of justices H S Bedi and C K Prasad asked the Chhattisgarh government to file its response within four weeks, on a petition by rights activist Binayak Sen seeking bail and stay on his life imprisonment imposed by a sessions court for his links with Maoists. The bench…

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  • Passive euthanasia can be permissible -Supreme Court

    New Delhi, Mar 7 (): Active euthanasia (mercy killing) is illegal, yet “passive euthanasia” can be permissible in exceptional circumstances, a bench of justices Markandey Katju and Gyan Sudha Mishra said. In a much-awaited verdict, the Supreme Court today ruled that “passive euthanasia” can be permissible in exceptional circumstances but dismissed a plea for mercy…

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