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Indian TV star Shruthi commits suicide over fight with friend

5 March, 2016 New Delhi: Popular Kannada television actress Shruthi committed suicide after a fight with her friend, reportedly. According to The New Indian Express, the TV star hanged herself at her friend’s place in Kachohalli near Madanayakanahalli in Nelamangala taluk on Tuesday.   The 24-year-old was married to a businessman named Umesh and stayed with him in Harohalli on ...

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Fruits can cut heart disease risk

Bangla Mirror Desk 5 March, 2016 A 10 percent drop in price for healthy foods and a 10 percent increase in the price of unhealthy foods could potentially prevent a significant number of people from dying from heart disease and stroke, suggests a new study.   Using a computer-based model, the researchers from Harvard University in US revealed how price ...

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How genes influence women’s figures, diabetes risk

Bangla Mirror Desk 05  March 2016 Different versions of the gene variant don’t cause changes to overall weight or BMI, but they do affect women’s hip circumference. Now you know what conditions a woman’s body shape and how susceptible she is to diabetes: A genetic variant! This variant near the KLF14 gene regulates hundreds of genes that govern how and ...

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Common Blood Test Could Predict Risk Of Stroke Recurrence: Research

Bangla Mirror Desk 5 March, 2016 A common blood test already used to measure people’s risk of developing heart disease could also predict a patients’ risk of having a second ischemic stroke, new research has found.   Ischemic strokes result from blockages preventing blood flow to the brain, and they are responsible for approximately 85 percent of all stroke cases. ...

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Depression affects the whole body

 Bangla Mirror Desk 5 March, 2016 Researchers have proved that depression is more than a mental disorder as it causes important alterations affecting the whole body.   Scientists from University of Granada (UGR) in Spain said depression should be considered a systemic disease that affects a number of organs and tissues or the body, reports BS.   The results showed ...

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Vitamin D in pregnancy may not improve bone health in babies

 Bangla Mirror  Desk 5 March, 2016 Consumption of vitamin D during pregnancy may not help in improving bone density of babies, according to a study.   The study showed that there was no significant difference in bone mass between the babies born to women who consumed vitamin D supplements compared to those who did not.   However, the findings suggest ...

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Five reasons why Bangladesh can be a successful T20 side

Sports desk : 5 March, 2016 Cricket has evolved significantly over years, from Tests to ODIs to T20s. The Bangladesh cricket team’s evolution over years can be compared to the evolution of cricket.   Starting off by becoming a Test-playing nation in 2000, Bangladesh have grown a lot as a side in the last 15 years to become a formidable ...

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Bangladesh, India to play Asia Cup final Sunday

5 March, 2016 Bangladesh will face mighty India in the final of the 13th Asia Cup T20I at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Sunday. The high voltage final of the five-nation Asian tournament will start at 7:30pm (local time) amid passionate excitement of country’s cricket loving people. On the way to final, the 10th ranked Bangladesh started their ...

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China sets new economic growth target

5 March, 2016 China’s National People’s Congress has set the country’s growth target for 2016 in a range of 6.5%-7%.   Premier Li Keqiang will announce the target in his address to delegates, according to the text of his speech.   The annual congress in Beijing sets out to determine both the economic and political agenda for the country.   ...

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