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5 January, 2018 7:41 AM US Lawmakers Oppose Changes In H1B Visa Rules

Some US lawmakers and advocacy groups have criticised the Trump administration's reported plan to curb H-1B visa extensions that could result in self- deportation of an estimated 500,000-750,000 Indian Americans Influential Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard said: "Imposing these draconian restrictions on H-1B visa holders will tear families apart 67

1 January, 2018 4:23 PM ‘Diabetes drug to treat Alzheimer’s’

A drug created to treat type 2 diabetes could be used to fight Alzheimer’s disease, say scientists who found that the medicine significantly reversed memory loss in mice. The research, published in the journal Brain Research, could bring substantial improvements in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease through the use of a drug originally created to treat 46

30 December, 2017 12:16 PM These Foods Will Help You Get A Better Sleep

Sleep deprivation can cause a lot of health problems. Apart from making you feel grumpy and irritated, poor sleep may also put you at a high risk of Alzheimer's disease. In a recent study published in journal Annals of Neurology, it was found that a sleep-deprived brain could produce more of Alzheimer's protein amyloid beta than it can dispose of. According 43

30 December, 2017 4:54 AM Smith frustrates England as Australia creep ahead

Steve Smith frustrated England's bowlers in a stubborn fifth-wicket partnership to push Australia to 225 for four at tea on day five of the fourth test on Saturday, with the tourists' hopes of a pride-salvaging victory all but extinguished. Smith was 87 not out at the break, with Mitchell Marsh on 10, the pair having survived the entire middle session 66

29 December, 2017 6:29 PM Two Green Corridors Made In Bhopal For Heart, Kidney Transplant

Bhopal: Two green corridors were created today in Bhopal to transport a heart and kidney harvested for transplantation from a brain-dead person. Officials said the first green corridor was created for a heart transplant from a private hospital to the airport here and it took about 19 minutes to cover the 25 kilometer long green corridor. The second green 63

29 December, 2017 6:36 AM Top 7 Most Addictive Foods: Here's How You Can Curb The Addiction

Food addictions are real! Here's a list of the 7 most addictive foods. Putting down a pack of chips and giving up on pizza requires a good deal of courage! And it's not just these two, foods like fries, cheese burgers, sodas, bacon and cakes are tough to say no to. If these foods are all you wish to hear and talk about, this one is for you. Some foods 103

25 December, 2017 12:34 PM 5 Foods Rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are considered to be highly beneficial for the body. These polyunsaturated fats are quite beneficial for brain functioning as well. Consumption of foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids is crucial to maintain a healthy balanced diet. The human body is not capable of producing these essential fatty acids and hence we need them through other 100

22 December, 2017 4:47 AM 21 out of 58 victims in Las Vegas mass shooting died of gunshot wound to head

The only wound to the shooter, Stephen Craig Paddock, 64, was a self-inflicted gunshot to the mouth, Fudenberg said.  LAS VEGAS: All 58 victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting died of gunshot wounds, a coroner has said, revealing that no one was trampled to death trying to escape from an outdoor concert that turned into a massacre. The deaths in the deadliest 111

16 December, 2017 5:27 AM 5 Roots That You Didn't Know Can Be Eaten

The root is perhaps the most important part of a plant, in that it keeps it grounded, provides essential nutrients and literally keeps the plant alive. And not just this, there are many plants which have edible roots too. They are full of vital nutrients like Vitamin A and C, Magnesium and dietary fiber. Forget carrots, potatoes, and other known roots 84

15 December, 2017 5:14 AM Delhi government reserves 50 per cent beds for Delhiites at GB Pant Hospital

NEW DELHI: Residents of Delhi will be getting 50 per cent reservation for beds at the GB Pant hospital in the city. The decision has been taken with a view to provide timely and best available treatment for patients belong to Delhi. As per the Delhi government order, the patients should be: "1. A resident of Delhi; 2. should have been referred by another 79