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Stiff rules hindering cross-border marriages! 22.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Stiff rules hindering cross-border marriages!
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Fogging for mosquito-borne diseases in and around city 22.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Fogging for mosquito-borne diseases in and around city
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Hong Kong under scrutiny for forbidden gender testing 22.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Boy or girl? Hong Kong at centre of banned China gender test.
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At least 6 dead, 200 injured in civil unrest following Indonesia election result 22.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
'The number of people dead was six,' he said, adding that hospitals were conducting post mortems to determine the cause of death.
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With depleting reserves, Leh on brink of drinking water scarcity 22.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The department is supplying drinking water for two hours in the morning and two hours in the evenings.
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India's war against its citizens' financial exclusion 22.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Distance from branch, unsuitable products, arcane language in documents and staff attitudes are some reasons for exclusion.
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Common chemicals increase risk of metabolic disorders 22.5.2019 The Shillong Times
Do you know that your everyday exposure to everyday harmful chemicals can land you into serious trouble? A recent study has found that people exposed to chemicals called Phthalates, increase the risk of metabolic disorders. The study was discussed in the meeting, ‘ECE 2019’. Researchers found a correlation between levels of phthalate exposure and markers […]
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Cutting screen use may reverse sleep problems in teens 22.5.2019 The Shillong Times
Limiting exposure to blue-light emitting devices such as phones and laptops in the evening for just a week can help teenagers improve their sleep quality and reduce symptoms of fatigue, lack of concentration and bad mood, a study has found. Recent studies have indicated that exposure to too much evening light, particularly the blue light […]
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A blend of fun and learning 22.5.2019 Buzz – The Navhind Times
JCI Salcete Coastal and Cuncolim Parish Youth organised the fourth edition of ‘Fun Fiesta 2019’, a summer camp held at Cuncolim parish hall. This year, the theme for the camp was ‘Come, Learn, Play and Enjoy’. A total of 125 students participated in the camp. The camp was inaugurated at the hands of parish priest ...
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Bonding over Iftar 22.5.2019 Buzz – The Navhind Times
Every evening, Muslims end their daylong fast with Iftar. Usually mosques also have food stalls with selling a number of sumptuous eats VENITA GOMES The day during Ramzan starts at dawn with a meal called Suhoor or Sehri. Muslims end their Ramadan fast (Roza) every evening with prayers (Namaz) followed by a meal known as Iftar. “Usually, ...
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Living in accordance to Allah’s will 22.5.2019 Buzz – The Navhind Times
Danuska Da Gama Ramzan in Arabic translates to ‘extreme dryness and intolerable heat’. While the idea of fasting is to practice self restraint, a period of introspection, communal prayer (salat), charity and reading the Quran are symbolic during this time that begins and ends with appearance of the new moon. Muslims during this month fast ...
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Swaraj takes stock of ties with Kyrgyz counterpart 21.5.2019 Central Chronicle
Bishkek, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj soon after arrival in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek on Tuesday met Kyrgyzstan Foreign Minister Chingiz Aidarbekov and had a “productive discussion” on all aspects of bilateral relations. The talks included political, defence, trade and investment, health, capacity building and people-to-people ties. This is Swaraj’s second visit to Kyrgyzstan within […]
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Niki Lauda, three-time F1 world champion, dies at 70 21.5.2019 Central Chronicle
Canberra, Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70, his family said in a statement. Lauda “passed away peacefully”, his family said in a statement on Monday, reported BBC. “His unique achievements as an athlete and entrepreneur are and will remain unforgettable, his tireless zest for action, his straightforwardness and […]
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World Health Organization plagued by travel expense abuses 21.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The UN health agency struggles with travel abuses, while they try to raise funds their fight against Ebola, according to the latest auditors' report.
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Diego Maradona to undergo shoulder surgery 21.5.2019 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
Argentine football legend Diego Maradona will travel to Buenos Aires for surgery on his left shoulder.
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Tezpur residents seek respite from perennial civic woes 21.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Tezpur residents seek respite from perennial civic woes
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City hospital to integrate yoga, medication 21.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
City hospital to integrate yoga, medication
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World Bee Day celebrated 21.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
World Bee Day celebrated
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Drones to monitor forests across State 21.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Drones to monitor forests across State
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RBI’s Clawbacks For Bank CEO Pay 21.5.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
JAGDISH RATTANANI Clawbacks are not uncommon in the US and can be particularly gratifying for shareholders and many groups of stakeholders, particularly when the money being taken back is from a former and powerful business leader who is seen in violation of regulations, trust and actions that have brought losses and disrepute. Clawbacks have now ...
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