Sunday, December 21, 2014

Molesters Beware In Assam! The 'Veeranganas' Are Here

An all-woman commando platoon has made women feel more secure on the streets of Guwahati. It has set a model that should be emulated across the country.

It’s early in the morning. Bismita stands in front of the bathroom mirror, brushing her teeth. Her roommates are giggling and talking among themselves, waiting for their turn to freshen up and get ready for the day ahead. Suddenly, a siren wails and everyone stands still. “Hurry up, you have three minutes,” shouts Dipa. In no time, 32 girls were ready in their smart black commando uniforms.
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Big Scoop: Is Sonia Gandhi Undergoing Chemotherapy Treatment At Sir Ganga Ram Hospital In Delhi?

Congress president Sonia Gandhi is being treated for a more serious ailment than what is being reported. She could possibly be undergoing chemotherapy at Ganga Ram hospital.

Contrary to the media reports, Congress president Sonia Gandhi is not just undergoing treatment for infection in her lower respiratory tract.  INNLIVE has learnt from a reliable source that 68-year-old Ms Gandhi is undergoing chemotherapy at Delhi’s Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. According to the same source,  the Indo-American doctor who had conducted surgery on her in the United States in 2011 was also called upon to the national capital at a short notice.
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Special Report: 'Terror At Crossroads In South Asia'

Burdwan in West Bengal, a city about 150 kilometers from Kolkata, was the location in early October of a blast inside a house which resulted in the death of two men, Shakil Ahmed and Swapan Mondal. Another man injured in the blast was later detained with with two women who were also present at the time of the blast and reportedly disclosed that those present at the time were all members of the terrorist outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JuM-B/JMB) - and were planning to carry out attacks across Bangladesh. 
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Opinion: India Says Sanctions against Terrorists Ineffective; Pakistan Vows To Go For Their 'Jugular'

The killing fields of Peshawar inspired anew an international resolve at the Security Council to combat terrorism by adopting Friday a resolution urging nations to choke the flow of resources to the extremist organisations and to increase cooperation to fight them, even as India criticised the ineffectiveness of sanctions against them.

During the debate leading up to the resolution speaker after speaker invoked the massacre of the innocents this week in Peshawar and Pakistan vowed to go after the "jugular" of the terrorists.
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Sunday Profile - Terror: Can This Man Win The Battle?

General Raheel Sharif has dealt well with military and political tensions so far. But the Pak army chief's real test will be how he deals with terror groups dotting the frontier regions.

In Friday, when General Raheel Sharif signed the execution warrant for Dr Usman (aka Mohammed Aqeel), he crossed an invisible line. Usman, who had led a 10man assault team which attacked the Pakistan army headquarters in 2009, taking 42 hostages and killing 14 troops, should have been executed a long time ago. He was spared because the Punjab Taliban led by Usman threatened dire revenge if he was executed. This time, the general had his way.
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Sunday Brunch: Differently Doing And Serving The 'Dosa'

A new making of south indian 'Dosa' in north india is woth seeing and tsting. It becomes a good cuisine and a brunch for the taste budders. A new invention with a twist of preparation and serving made it popular in entire Gujarat state.

Viveck Patil, Ketan Trivedi and Chintan Shah were novices to the restaurant industry when they started a kiosk called So South in October 2012 on Ahmedabad’s Sarkhej Gandhinagar Highway (SG Road). Today, they own cafĂ©-style restaurants in Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Rajkot, with one opening shortly in Surat. 
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Bigg Boss 8: 'Parinday' Take Praneet Bhatt Gets Evicted

The Shakuni of television, Praneet Bhatt is the latest contestant to be evicted from Bigg Boss 8. After spending thirteen long weeks inside the house, Praneet was shown the door to return to the outside world. In an interaction with INNLIVE, Praneet speaks about his experience in the house, P3G gang, Gautam-Diandra’s relationship and many more…

The Shakuni of television and “an unofficial” peacemaker of Bigg Boss Season 8, Praneet Bhat is the latest contestant to be evicted from the show. After spending thirteen long weeks inside the Bigg Boss house, Praneet was shown the door to return to the outside world.
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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Alert: Top Ten Health Hazards From Your Mobile Phones

While most people think that mobile phones could cause cancer, this isn’t the only health hazard that has been reported. We all are probably so addicted to our phones that we are unknowingly destroying our health. Here are some health risks of mobile phones you should be aware of:

#1. Cancer
As reported by the World Health Organisation (WHO), mobile phones emit radiofrequency (RF) fields a 1000 times greater than what is emitted from base stations.
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Defrauded By ATM Transcations - Will Bank Repay?

Maharashtra government directs two banks to compensate customer who lost money in transactions.

Inaction in a case of an ATM fraud which had caused loss to a consumer has led to two banks being asked to cough up Rs25,000 as compensation. In his order, the principal secretary of the state information technology (IT) department, who is the adjudicating officer under the Information Technology Act, 2000, also pointed out that ATM centres are supposed to be either guarded well or under good CCTV coverage.
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Health Buzz: Of Diabetes, Natural Remedies

It is important that the physician is kept updated about the natural remedies a diabetic is trying out. When managing blood sugar levels becomes a daily battle that tests one’s will and wits, a little help on the side certainly helps. 

Herbs, spices, botanicals, Chinese herbs, fish oil therapy, chromium picolinate — the list can be endless, not to mention the innumerable diabetes “supplements” available over the counter. 

Complementary and alternative medicines for diabetes are immensely popular among diabetics. 
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