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4 lifestyle changes to live longer - Times Of India
A large, multi-center study has added more evidence in support of regular exercise, eating a Mediterranean-style diet, keeping a normal weight and, most importantly, not smoking. The study led by

How belly fat differs from thigh’s - Times Of India
The genes active in a person's belly fat are significantly different from those in his or her thigh fat, researchers say. The findings of the new study could shift the way we approach unwanted

Men don’t like their women wearing wedges - Times Of India
American men find wedges to be the least attractive style of shoe, followed by Uggs, Crocs and platforms, a study has revealed. According to the new research conducted by, flip

Health tips to keep in mind while eating out - Times Of India
And they are... -If you're planning to visit a restaurant for lunch or dinner, try checking out their website beforehand, for their food menu option. Plan ahead and decide on what you're going to

Men too sporting coloured denims - Times Of India
It is not only the ladies or actor Govinda (in the early 90s) who have the license to wear coloured denims. A whole lot of our top male actors from Bollywood and Sandalwood have been sporting

Best books to read on a rainy day - The Times of India
We get you the 3 Indian authors to give their pick of the best books to read this monsoon!

10 men women should avoid at any cost - The Times of India
Here is a list of types of men that women should avoid at any cost. Read on...

5 Lies women always tell men - The Times of India
Here's a little help for men to figure out when their gal isn't being completely honest with them. Our tips help to decode female behaviour...

Is it normal for older women to lose hair? - The Times of India
One of the most emotionally devastating concerns for women is thinning hair and hair loss.

It’s Your Life: Best of O-zone - The Times of India
Inspirational books many a time lead us to believe that we are not smart enough to know what is best for us and lump us in a mumbo-jumbo of convoluted philosophical wisdom from which we emerge more delusional than inspired.

Konkan recipes: Kakdi Kochimbri, Chicken Xacuti - The Times of India
We bring you a few hand-picked recipes from actress turned author and cook Tara Deshpande’s latest book ‘A Sense for Spice’.

Rahul likes it simple, Dimpy prefers colours - The Times of India
Mahajan Jr’s minimalism and his wife’s opulence find common ground in their home.

5 other uses of your nail polish - The Times of India
If you’re one of those women who love buying different shades of nail paints, according to your changing moods but don’t land up using the entire bottle, stop worrying about wasting all that nail colour.

Piercings make a fashion statement - The Times of India
Neha Kaura takes a look at how piercings have become a sexy style statement

Beware! Troubled people ahead - The Times of India
It’s amazing how many different people one has to face and deal with on a daily basis. But not everyone is friend material.

Feeding your baby? - The Times of India
We tell you how to avoid food allergies

Don't eat anything when really hungry - The Times of India
It’s in our basic nature to reach for a large portion when hungry. Therefore, workouts apart, it’s a must to keep high-satiety food options available at hand...

How to strengthen your calf muscles - The Times of India
In their quest for fab abs, arms and torso, most people ignore their calf muscles, only to end up with a disproportionate body. So, here’s how to strengthen them....

How daily meditation can improve your health - The Times of India
Most often than not, we take for granted this simple and important ancient technique of meditation and how it can improve your health.

Never share bed with your baby - The Times of India
An infant has a fivefold increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) when they share their bed with their parents, according to an analysis.

Why your dog thinks like a doggie - The Times of India
You say your pet is your baby. But when you speak human, it thinks in doggie. Here's how to get on the same page

Keep kitchen clutter under control - The Times of India
The kitchen is one of the most utilised places in your home. Moreover, it's the place where you prepare all your meals and hence you should make sure it's both clean and clutter-free!

Soon, 'beer temple' in Belgium - The Times of India
Brussels in Belgium is all set to open a beer temple in its old stock exchange building.

Find the right person for yourself - The Times of India
Every single person wonders how they would ever meet their right one. Here are some ways for you to identify the right person for yourself.

Why this Kolaveri against Kerala porotta? - The Times of India
The anti-porotta campaign is back — this time, with a new allegation that it is high on cancer causing agents!

Is Centre serious about preventing acid attacks on girls, asks SC - The Times of India
The Supreme Court on Tuesday came down hard on the Centre for failing to implement its 11-month-old order to hammer out a consensus on regulating the sale of acid so that jilted lovers and obsessed stalkers don’t get to use the corrosive substance to attack women.

HC raps MP government for inept handling of dengue outbreak - The Times of India
Criticizing the state government for its inept handling of the increasing number of dengue cases in tribal-dominated pockets of Mandla, the Madhya
Pradesh high court on Tuesday trashed the sketchy status report
submitted by the health department and sought a fresh and comprehensive
report about the ground situation on July 15.

Bodh Gaya blasts could be backlash on attack on Rohingya Muslims - The Times of India
The proportion of Myanmarese and Sri Lankan tourists visiting Bodh Gaya at this time of the year is much higher because of competitive prices of hotels and airfares, admit tourism officials giving credence to the theory that Sunday’s serial blasts could have been a backlash to the attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

Anti-Telangana Cong leaders warn against creating new state - The Times of India
Sensing the Congress leadership is close to taking a decision on Telangana, leaders opposed to bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh are frenetically arguing that short-term electoral calculations will ruin the party’s prospects for years.

Vikram Seth asked to return $1.7 million advance - The Times of India
Penguin Random House has asked author Vikram Seth to return his $1.7 million advance, a part of which was paid to him for A Suitable Girl, the 'jumpsequel' to his best-selling novel, A Suitable Boy.

Cheap rice won't make people lazy, CM Siddaramaiah says - The Times of India
The Congress government's populist scheme — Anna Bhagya — will be launched today.

Solar panel scam: LDF hartal hits normal life in Kerala - The Times of India
Normal life was on Wednesday disrupted in Kerala due to the dawn-to-dusk 12-hour hartal called by CPM-led LDF to demand resignation of chief minister Oommen Chandy over the solar scam issue.

Fresh batch of 1,558 pilgrims leave for Amarnath - The Times of India
A fresh batch of 1,558 pilgrims on Wednesday left the Jammu base camp for Amarnath cave shrine in South Kashmir Himalayas.

81 pilgrims from Andhra missing in Uttarakhand - The Times of India
Andhra Pradesh government has uploaded the details of the missing people on its website. It has provided photos of the missing, their addresses and contact numbers of their relatives.

Sonia, Shinde visit Bodh Gaya blast site; four people who were detained released - The Times of India
Four people, who were detained for questioning in connection with the Bodh Gaya bomb blasts, were released today as no evidence was found against them.

Roads connecting Kedarnath shrine to be restored by September: Oscar Fernandes - The Times of India
Heavy monsoon rains wreaked havoc in the hill states of Uttarakhand on June 16 and 17, with thousands of people affected and several hundreds dead.

NIA seeks help of Twitter to verify Indian Mujahideen account - The Times of India
The NIA is seeking the help of social networking giant Twitter to know the registration details of an alleged Indian Mujahideen handle that claimed responsibility for the Bodh Gaya blasts 12 hours after the explosions.

Heavy rains claim seven lives in Chamoli in Uttarakhand - The Times of India
Heavy rains continued to wreak havoc in Uttarakhand where seven persons of a family were killed when the ceiling of their house collapsed in Chamoli district today, while four persons were killed when a machine engaged in repairing a road fell into a ditch in Garhwal.

Sonia, Shinde visit Bodh Gaya blast site; four people who were detained released - The Times of India
Four people, who were detained for questioning in connection with the Bodh Gaya bomb blasts, were released today as no evidence was found against them.

Puri Rath Yatra begins amid tight security - The Times of India
The annual Ratha Yatra (chariot procession) of Lord Jagannath, his brother Bhalabhadra and sister Subhadra began at Odisha's beach town of Puri amid tight security on Wednesday, officials said.

BJP will return to power in Rajasthan: Vishwanath Pratap Singh - The Times of India
A strong wave of anti-incumbency is sweeping across Rajasthan and it will dislodge the Congress dispensation in the ensuing elections to assembly, Vishwanath Pratap Singh, a BJP MP from the state, has said.

BJP will return to power in Rajasthan: Vishwanath Pratap Singh - The Times of India
A strong wave of anti-incumbency is sweeping across Rajasthan and it will dislodge the Congress dispensation in the ensuing elections to assembly, Vishwanath Pratap Singh, a BJP MP from the state, has said.

Militants attack security posts near Indian-Myanmar border, no casualty - The Times of India
Militants attacked security posts near the Indian-Myanmar border and exchanged fire with the forces in Manipur, officials said today.

Flood situation worsens in UP, death toll rises to 116 - The Times of India
Ten districts have been severely hit by flooding in UP. Sharda, Ghaghra and Saryu rivers are flowing above the danger mark in several districts.

SC notice to Centre on age of consent for sexual relations - The Times of India
The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Centre on a PIL seeking a direction for fixing the age of consent of a wife at 18 years for having sexual relations with her husband.

West Bengal: Vast areas flooded in Jalpaiguri, Teesta in spate - The Times of India
Over 5,000 people are marooned in Jalpaiguri district where river Teesta is in spate following heavy rains, officials said on Wednesday.

BJP to induct ​Subramanian Swamy into party - The Times of India
The decision has been formalized at the party's parliamentary board meeting on Thursday, July 4, 2013, with Gujarat CM Narendra Modi proposing the move and most leaders including party veteran L K Advani supporting it.

Three-four people involved in Bodh Gaya blasts: Sushilkumar Shinde - The Times of India
Union home minister Sushilkumar Shinde said, "Arresting anyone in a hurry is not right. Investigations should go into detail and catch hold of the real culprits."

Himachal gets relief from rains - The Times of India
Rains have abated in Himachal Pradesh after battering the state for four days, triggering landslides and snapping road links in many areas, officials here said Wednesday.

J&K: Govt medical colleges to have 150 seats more - The Times of India
In a major initiative to augment the healthcare in Jammu and Kashmir, Centre has given its nod to increase the intake capacity of its three government-run medical colleges in the state by 50 seats each.

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