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    Sitting more may raise heart disease risk

    New York : Spending a lot of time sitting may increase heart disease risk among overweight and obese post-menopausal women, warns a study. 'Reducing sitting time improves glucose control and blood flow, and engaging in physical activities, even light-intensity daily life activities like cooking and shopping, show favourable associations with reduced mortality risk and prevention of heart disease and...

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    Scientists spot 4G bug that can help hackers impersonate you

    BERLIN: Researchers have found a serious vulnerability in LTE/4G mobile communication standard that can help hackers impersonate other phone users, take a streaming service subscription at your expense or publish secret company documents under someone else's identity. The vulnerability — which affects virtually all mobile phones, tablets and some connected household appliances...

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    Will Coronavirus cases drop with arrival of summer?

    NEW DELHI: Even as the world community is racing against time to find an effective solution to contain the novel coronavirus, several political leaders and even others including doctors and researchers have pinned hope that the virus would not be this deadly with the arrival of summer. US President Donald Trump earlier this month said that the coronavirus will 'go away' in April. The logic...

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    Donald Trump & India: Solid business ties with realty projects

    NEW DELHI: US President Donald Trump will be on his first official visit to India on Monday but he has had a longstanding business relationship with India through his real estate projects in the country. Trump's business interests in India are among his largest outside the US, although not in the pink of health pretty much like his presidency. India, in fact, is the largest...

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    Implementation of Clause-VI; Accept Committee report with respect, says AASU

    * Students' union to skip February 25 function STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: The All Assam Students' Union (AASU) on Sunday demanded the Centre to accept the report of the High-level Committee on Clause 6 of the Assam Accord and implement the same in a time bound manner. AASU general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi told The Sentinel that Clause-VI was incorporated in the...

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    US President Donald Trump leaves for India

    NEW YORK: President Donald Trump left for India on Sunday with great expectations of a record reception. He told reporters before leaving the White House, 'I hear it's going to be a big event. Some people say the biggest event they've ever had in India. That's what the Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) told me, this will be the biggest event they've ever had.' At the Joint Base Andrews, he boarded the...

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    Tocklai Tea Institute: Scientists' group to boost research & development

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: The Centre has submitted a list of five scientists agreed upon by the petitioner and the respondents as well, and as such the Gauhati High Court has requested the panel of scientists to inquire in regard to research and development (R&D) work of Tocklai Tea Research Institute. The High Court has also directed Tocklai Tea Research Institute to...

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    Tea Board of India pulls up 101 tea factories for excess production

    DEMAND-SUPPLY IMBALANCE STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: With an aim to maintain a balance between demand and supply, the Tea Board of India has issued show-cause notices to 101 tea manufacturing units in Assam for excess production. These manufacturing units have produced in excess of the permitted capacity mentioned/fixed against their registration certificates issued under the Tea...

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    MANN KI BAAT: Narendra Modi calls for enhancing scientific temper among youths

    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about unity, 'Nari Shakti', enhancing the scientific temper of the youth and importance of adventure sports during the 62nd edition of his monthly radio programme 'Mann ki Baat' on Sunday. While he wished Indians for the upcoming celebrations of Holi, Gudi Padwa and the Indian new year, the Prime Minister reminded that...

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    Guwahati a Haven for Criminals

    l20,728 cases registered in 20 police stations in 2019 compared to 18,436 cases in 2018 Staff Reporter GUWAHATI: Guwahati is fast turning into a haven for criminals. The rising crime rate in the metropolitan city suggests this very hard reality. The Guwahati Police Commissionerate came into effect in 2015. It has three police districts that together have 20 police stations. However, this police setup seems to...

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