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Soy-Based Formula Milk Linked To Severe Menstrual Pains Later: Study
(November 09 17:56) NDTV News
The study said that female babies who consume soy-based formula milk during their infancy were 50 per cent more likely to suffer from cramps ranging between moderate and severe levels, during their...
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62-Year-Old Hit On Head With Pressure Cooker In Mumbai, Dies: Police
A 62-year-old man died in Navi Mumbai's Koparkhairane area after he was allegedly hit on the head with a pressure cooker, police said.
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Ex-Intelligence Bureau Officer Dies After Being Hit By Auto In Delhi
A retired Intelligence Bureau officer died after being hit by an auto in Vaishali, officials said Monday.
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TDP Releases First List Of 9 Candidates For Telangana Assembly Polls
The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) released its first list of nine candidates for the December 7 Assembly elections in Telangana.
(05:09) NDTV News
Army Man In Bihar Hangs Himself After Argument With Wife: Police
A 30-year-old army man posted in Punjab, allegedly committed suicide on Monday by hanging himself at his home in Rohtas district in Bihar, police said.
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Union Minister Ananth Kumar Dies At 60
Union Minister Ananth Kumar dies at 60
(November 12 08:16) NDTV News
In Chhattisgarh Phase 1, Congress Has Most Candidates With Criminal Cases
Congress candidates fighting the first phase of Chhattisgarh polls have declared highest number of criminal cases, according to data analysed by research body ADR or Association of Democratic Reforms....
(November 12 06:37) NDTV News
1 Of 62 Stranded Indian Workers In Malaysia To Fly Home: NGO
One of the 62 stranded job seekers from India, allegedly held captive in Malaysia, will return home from Kuala Lumpur by Monday morning, an NGO official said.
(November 12 07:03) NDTV News
Man Who Supplied Arms To Maoists For Years Arrested In Maharashtra: Police
Delhi police has arrested a man from Gadchiroli in Maharashtra, involved in supplying arms to Maoists for several years, a senior police officer said on Sunday.
(November 12 07:40) NDTV News
SoftBank Steps Closer to Transformation With $21-Billion Mobile IPO
The IPO will mark the transformation of the parent from a mobile phone network provider into one of the world's biggest technology investors under CEO Masayoshi Son.
(November 12 16:15) NDTV News
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