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Health

  • Unborn twins and triplets: Guidelines by NICE

    London, Sept 29 (): The NHS has been told to improve its care of pregnant women carrying twins or triplets in order to reduce the significant medical risks involved for both mothers-to-be and their babies. NHS guidelines state that closer monitoring should be given to women expecting twins or triplets and such women should be…

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  • Activists strong no to Koodankulam Nuke Plant

    Chennai, Sept 26 (): Many social workers who visited the village Idinthakarai which is just 200 mtrs from Koodankulam nuclear power project and spoke to the people who went on fast at the Lourde Mary Church grounds say that though they have gone back to their homes after TN CM Dr Jayalalitha assurance, it is…

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  • Diagnose Diabetes in Restaurants Train Stations and Public Toilets?

    If you believe that a general physician only can suggest blood sugar checks please leave such notions. Now UK is experimenting a simple sugar screening test procedure which may revolutionist the public health procedures and policies all over the world. Regarding this news I should share my personal experience useful to anyone living anywhere in…

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  • Sonia undergoes surgery in US

    New Delhi, August 4 (): Congress spokesperson Janardhan Dwivedi confirmed that UPA Chairperson and Congress President Sonia Gandhi underwent a surgery abroad and would be back after a fortnight. The country where she is currently now and at which hospital is kept secret. Sources say that she boarded a US bound flight but whether she…

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  • World first e-book on spices is by Indian author

    Kochi, July 20 (): Indian Dr Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair’s book “The Agronomy and Economy of Black Pepper and Cardamom The ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ of Spices,”was launched as an e- book in London and other world capitals. This is the World’s first e book on spices. A copy has been kept in the British Library, London,…

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  • A Pakistani with an Indian Heart from Chennai

    Chennai, July 15 ( ) : India secularism is still alive .Many in India might think that Mumbai blasts had something to do with Pakistan but one person from Pakistan thinks India is great. 54-year-old Pakistan national Riaz Mohammed survived coz a Chennai man Balaji donated his heart. The family says they were showered with…

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  • Kalam mobbed in US

    New York, July6 (): Former Indian  President Dr Abdul Kalam got a rousing welcome at the start of the inauguration of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin’s five-day convention here at the Hilton hotel in midtown Manhattan. Lively women’s forum featured former journalist Ruchira Gupta, who is now working to rescue young girls…

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  • Why women outnumber men in Kerala ?

    Kochi,June28,()  The reason for sex ratio to tilt in favour of women in Kerala is due to the fact that  the menfolk of the state fell to  heart attack, asthma and cancer. Suicide, liver disease, kidney trouble and road accidents predictably claimed more men than women. Meanwhile an aphrodisiac ‘Musli Power Xtra’ was directed by…

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  • Head or tail only God decides-Rajnikanth

    Chennai,June18,() “We can only throw coin to decide whether to bat or not but it is God who can decide whether it is tail or head,”says Rajnikant in a letter written to fans . It was released to the media . He clears the air very subtlety about him playing politics by talking to Jayalalitha…

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  • Rajnikant thanks Jayalalitha

    Singapore, June 15 (): After getting dicharged from the hospital, Rajnikant spoke to Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi. He thanked Jayalalitha for her wishes when he was in the hospital. He also congratulated her on her victory and told her he was staying back for a few tests and would be in Chennai after one month. When…

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