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Take a dose of brandy to stay healthy

...for boys; port for men; but he who aspires to be a hero must drink brandy." It underlines the health importance of brandy too. // Drinking 30ml of brandy has the same antioxidant potential as the daily recommended dose of vitamin C. The study was conducted by the physics and chemistry departments at M...

A forgery: the cloning (controversy) research

...y is that the same person was hailed as a national hero till this incident. The fabrication was so perfect that it included his announcement in August that he had created Snuppy, the world's first cloned dog. The Time magazine named it the invention of the year for 2005. In a rather touching moment Hwa...

‘Never Say Die’ Spirit of Visually Challenged - Makes Him a Role Modl

...ni. Today Srinivas is looked upon as a real life hero by all villagers for his "never say die" spirit. (Souce:ANI)...

Terry Fox Run To Be Held On 6 February

...n on 5 February 2006 in memory of a young Canadian hero and it is expected to further the cause of cancer research. More than 3,000 // people are expected to attend the function including 800 children. They can participate using cycles, or even run or jog, without however using motorized transportation. T...

Drawing from Myth to Become Mistress of Spices

... transvestites are good cooks because mythological hero Arjuna in his disguise as Brihannala, a transvestite, became a palace cook. Many families in the southern districts believe that until the 'Aravani' stirs the cooking pot, the correct 'pakkuam' or the right degree of cooking will not happen. And, i...

A.Q. Khan Discharged from Hospital after Successful Prostate Surgery

...owed to visit him in the hospital. Khan became a hero in Pakistan for his role in developing nuclear weapons but was put under virtual house arrest in Islamabad in January 2004 after admitting he was involved in the proliferation of nuclear weapons technology. Source-IANS...

Dr.A.Q.Khan in Excellent Condition

The Pakistani nuclear hero Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan is reported to be in excellent condition following his recent prostrate surgery//. There have been speculative rumors regarding his health condition despite the government’s effort to keep public updated on his state of health....

A ‘Brave’ Toddler-The Youngest Organ Donr

...on has killed militants. He wanted his son to be a hero as well, and so decided to donate the organs. We assumed the organs will go to another child, but no matter, my grandson did save another life”. Source-edindia SRM...

Foul Play- Football Hero Convicted of Aggravated Sexual Assault

...asy game now for Trevis Smith, once- upon- a -time hero of Regina//. The Canadian football league linebacker was convicted of aggravated sexual assault last Thursday. The 31-year-old football player was quiet as the judge announced the verdict of the trial, which has been going on for some time. ...

Cloned Dogs to Be Mated as Test

...fghan hounds. Mr Hwang was hailed as a national hero in South Korea until a university inquiry ruled that some of his work on cloning embryonic human stem cells was fake. He is now on trial for fraud, embezzlement, ethical breaches and other charges but has insisted he can still prove he created the...

PG-13 Rated Films Adversely Expose Kids to Violence

... only one film, Pay It Forward, in which the young hero is stabbed to death contained violence that would demonstrate to youthful viewers how horrific violence can be. "Violence permeated nearly 90 percent of the films in this study. And while the explanations and causes of youth violence are very compl...

Are Main Rivers in Himalayas Under Threat?

...amblings but for the revelation made by an Everest hero and former officer of the Indian Navy. "Spies in the Himalayas: Secret Missions and Perilous Climbs", a book jointly written by Captain M.S. Kohli and Kenneth Conboy, describe the CIA-India project and its failure in graphic details....

A Lucky Number? 7/7/07

...ria ("Desperate Housewives") and French basketball hero Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs -- said to be superstitious. Parker said in Paris this week that it was Longoria who chose the setting for their July 7 marriage -- the grandiose chateau of Vaux-le-Vicomte outside Paris. "Personally I don't car...

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