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Shocking result after 1 hour of consuming Coke July 31, 2015 09:54

Have you ever imagined that a can of coca cola can bring very drastic changes in your body, that too in just one hour of consuming it. Also read: Shame on Indian media!Eager to know what it does? Here’s the video.      By Phani

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Rishiteshwari case: Ganta warns the culprits July 31, 2015 09:29

Andhra Pradesh Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao reacted on Rishiteshwari case and strictly warned all the culprits.Finally, one leader came out of Andhra Pradesh government to react strongly on Rishiteshwari death issue. Speaking to the media, Ganta said that, “the Universities has become the centers for all types of irregularities. There is no scope of entertaining any such incidents on the girl students in the state.”“A serious action will be taken on all the culprits involved in Rishiteshwari death, no scope of sparing any person involved in the case, however big they are,” Ghanta warned. Inquiry on Rishiteshwari case is going on The inquiry on Rishiteshwari case is currently going on in the university itself. A four member committee was formed regarding this. The university students are sent to home, declaring the holidays. So this is seriously objected by the student unions and even the parents of Rishiteshwari.“The inquiry will be useless when students are not present in the college premises. More details can be found from the students,” the student unions and Rishiteshwari parents argued. So regarding this, Rishiteshwari parents demanded that, the inquiry should continue for five more days, after the return of the students from the holidays. The Principal should rejoin - Rishiteshwari parents demand It is known that, Principal Babu Rao was suspended from his duties. But now, Rishiteshwari parents strongly demand that, the principal should rejoin in the job and only then, proper details relating to the case, can be found out.   Various answered questions in Rishiteshwari case On the other hand, it seems, the inquiry that officials are carrying out currently, is just a namesake one. There is no logic of various leaders being silent, including Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu,  on Rishiteshwari death issue. Except one or two channels, no media is able to hype the case. All these incidents are paving the way for buzz in common man that, a proper judgment in Rishiteshwari case might remain as a question forever.By Phani

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Ways to repair damaged hair after colouring? July 30, 2015 18:52

Most of us like to dye our hair for different occasions. It looks trendy and beautiful but it may eventually take a toll on the quality of hair. Here are some simple tips for damage control. Reduce shampooing: The hair produces oils naturally. It helps in nourishing the hair. So be sure to not shampoo it more than twice a week as the chemicals in the shampoos may make your hair dry. Avoid hair dryers: After showering, your hair dries almost instantly. Avoid using of hair dryers as it may break your hair. If you have to use a heating device, make sure it's on low settings. Apply a hair mask: There are a variety of 'hair masks' that you can make with eggs, milk, honey or bananas to improve the quality of your hair. Condition your hair: After you wash your hair with shampoo, apply conditioner to it and wear a shower cap. Leave the conditioner on for 30 minutes and then wash with cold water. Choose an appropriate comb: Use a wide-toothed comb and only brush your hair once it is completely dry. If you untangle it while it is wet, you may risk breakage.By Lizitha

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Coffee consumption linked to Alzheimer’s disease, says study July 30, 2015 18:22

Coffee has many health benefits. But increase consumption overtime may increase risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and dementia, says new research. These findings were published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease.The researchers from University of Bari Aldo Moro, Bari, Italy examined 1,445 individuals recruited from 5,632 subjects, aged 65-84 year old, from the Italian Longitudinal Study on Ageing (ILSA), a population-based sample from eight Italian municipalities. The study found that cognitively normal older individuals who modified their habits by increasing with time their amount of coffee consumption ( more than a cup of coffee per day) had about two times higher rate of MCI compared to those with reduced habits (less than a cup of coffee per day). They also had about one and a half time higher rate of MCI in comparison with those with constant habits (neither more nor less than one cup of coffee per day).The researchers also showed that both rare and higher consumption of coffee (more than 2 cups per day) were associated with higher risk of the incidence of MCI. By Lizitha

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Rani Mukherjee on Vogue - back with a bang July 30, 2015 18:11

Rani Mukherjee is one of the all time Bollywood beauties, who carry a huge fan following among the fans.After Mardaani, she did not give an opportunity for her fans to watch her on screen again. But the gap she took is definitely to give a grape vine and here is it.Also read: Sonakshi Sinha hottest everThe queen of tinsel town was spotted on the cover page of Vogue magazine. It seems, Rani had pulled out a lot of flesh recently, and her effort can be felt on the image above. She is utmost sensuous and in fact earned more glow than never before in the past.  Her floral printed Dolce & Gabbana dress is revealing the other side of Rani, which Bollywood missed the opportunity to show all these years. A very subtle makeup and dark toned lip, are the added features to the real beauty. Also read: Cover page talk : Malaika AroraIn spite of decades of her career in Bollywood, Rani is still managing to rule the hearts of many. Needless to say, she was declared as the queen of Tinseltown, by standing in number one position. After Mardaani, Rani did not sign any other new film, as she was busy in her family life. But her fans are still stressing her to do films. So at least for them, it would be better if the queen compromises and sign a film soon.By the way, the vogue magazine on which Rani will occupy the cover page, will be available in August month, So get ready to grab a copy.    By Phani

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Huge Ocean may be hidden underneath, Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography research says July 30, 2015 17:54

According to a breakthrough discovery by Chinese scientists, there could be an “ocean” hidden under one of the driest areas on the earth. The amount of salt water found beneath the Tarim basin in northwestern Xinjiang province might be equivalent to 10 times the water in all five Great Lakes in the North America.“This is a terrifying amount of water,” said professor Li Yan, who led the study at the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography in Urumqi, the Xinjiang capital. “Never before have people dared to imagine so much water under the sand. Our definition of desert may have to change,” he said.Around 10 years ago during the course of research, Li’s team found that large amounts of carbondioxide are disappearing in Tarim, with no explanation over where it could be going.Scientists had suspected that the melt water from high mountains nearby might had sipped beneath the basin, but the exact amount of water reserves available remains unknown. Exact estimates on this are difficult, because surface water in the region, such as seasonal rivers and lakes appear at random times in inconsistent locations, making direct measurements impossible.Li’s team stumbled on the discovery accidently. “We were after carbon, not water,” he said. Greenhouse gas carbondioxide can be absorbed in the certain regions known as "carbon sinks", such as forests and oceans. Locating these sinks will help the scientists to better understand climate change.They have found that under the Tarim desert, over a depth stretching thousands of metres, there is an enormous amount of saline water full of carbon dioxide. “Our estimate is a conservative figure. The actual amount could be larger,” Li said.“CCS [carbon capture and storage] is a 21st century idea, but our ancestors may have been doing it unconsciously for thousands of years," he said. Li emphasised that the "ocean" under Tarim would not be much immediate use of Xinjiang's economic development. “It’s like a can of coke. If it is opened all the greenhouse gas will escape into the atmosphere,” he said.By Premji

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Ultra violet light kills pathogens in fruits, finds study July 30, 2015 17:27

Simple and inexpensive Ultraviolet rays can kill food borne pathogens on the surface of fruits, according to a study performed by Washington State University food safety specialists. "UVC radiation is present in sunlight. It has germicidal properties and can be effective against bacteria, mould and viruses. However, it is completely absorbed by the ozone layer and earth's atmosphere," said Shyam Sablani, lead researcher and food safety specialist.After learning from organic farmers and food processors about a lack of sanitising options, Sablani and his colleagues decided to looked into alternatives and decided to explore Ultraviolet C (UVC) light. They found that UVC light, which cannot penetrate opaque, solid objects, can be effective in sanitizing surfaces. Sablani and his colleagues exposed apples, pears, strawberries, raspberries and cantaloupe to different doses of UVC to determine how effective the pathogen-killing light was against a mix of strains of E coli and listeria.They found that the light can inactivate up to 99.9 per cent of pathogens on apples and pears. However, listeria was more UVC resistant than E coli. The study was published in the International Journal of Food Microbiology.By Lizitha

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Stay on Phone tapping case - HC July 30, 2015 17:15

Regarding the phone tapping issue of Andhra Pradesh officials, High Court orders a stay on the case, until the further notifications are issued.After Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Stephenson’s phone conversation was out in the media, the AP officials took the issue very seriously. Since then, the AP officials have been making vigorous efforts, to target Telangana government, regarding the Phone tapping case. Regarding this, they filed a petition in the Vijayawada High Court and the court ordered the Telangana telecom operators to submit the call data.Denying this, Telangana government said that submitting call data is illegal. Finally, a fresh hearing in the court, regarding the Phone tapping case, is held today. Referring to the issue, High Court put a stay. The stay would continue, until it gives any further notifications, relating to the phone tapping case. Phone tapping call data through special messenger On the other side, High Court even ordered the Telecom service providers, to submit the call data through a special messenger. However the details of it are yet to be known.If this particular phone tapping call data is submitted in the court, the Telangana government really might face, a very tough time to get back from it. It might in fact question the existence of the TRS government in the state. By Phani

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If you can be bad, be its dad July 30, 2015 17:09

However good and kind we are to the people, a few of them tries to deceive us, taking our love as a chance.Also read: Do this when you are avoided by someone In those times, if the situations do not allow you to be good, there is no wrong in being bad. But remember, if you want to be bad, you should be the best bad. If you try to compromise on that, situations turn worse, which might even ruin your entire life. Example: You know your friend cheated once, running away from you, from repaying the money, he borrowed from you. Finally, after your several attempts to catch hold of him, you got back your money.Also read: Struggle only because you love itThere comes another situation, where you spot him, knocking your door for money again. In that situation, remember that, whatever might be the situations, do not compromise and lend him the money. It is not only because of the fear of losing the money, but also because of losing your friendship.This is because, money has the power to break many relations in the world. Among those, friendship has more chances. By Phani

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Anushka Sharma responds on her mistake July 30, 2015 16:50

Many celebrities across the country, gave their warm condolences for the missile man Abdul Kalam’s demise. But, among them, it was Anushka Sharma, whose condolences created a controversy.Expressing her condolences through the social networking site, Anushka Sharma addressed Kalam as ‘ABJ Kalam Azad’. This went very viral among her followers and flooded many tweets against her. She even committed a mistake again, after re-correcting the tweet, and that made the followers more aggressive and showered several criticisms. Anushka even warned that she will block all those followers, who create a mess on her profile, and finally made a fresh tweet with a right spelling this time. Reacting to the issue, Anushka Sharma said that, it is her fault to misspell such a great leader’s name and claimed that, it her honest mistake. Not stopping there, she even criticized the people, who turned against her online saying, "those criticizing behind the computer screens with fake identities, should have the courage to come forward, and reveal themselves instead of just targeting." Anushka was last seen in ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ movie and is yet to release her latest movie ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.’ By Phani

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