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Youth icons to lead sports delegation not ministers

Jammu: In a historic step, the Sports Ministry has stopped the practice of sending youth delegation headed by ministers and bureaucrats for participation in sports functions in foreign countries. “With one week after taking over, I announced the policy decision that youth delegation (for sports events) to foreign countries will led by the youth icons

Shift work could lead to more severe strokes

New York: Punching in for graveyard or rotating shifts can disrupt the body clock and put you at increased risk of severe ischemic strokes, which occur when blood flow is cut off to part of the brain, warns a study. “This research has clear implications for shift workers with odd schedules, but probably extends to

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Sadhguru to lead yoga session at UN on 2nd Int’l Yoga Day

United Nations: Spiritual leader and Isha Foundation founder Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev will lead a yoga session at the UN on the occasion of the second International Yoga Day next month. The International Yoga Day will be commemorated on June 21 and this year’s focus will be on the theme of Yoga for the Sustainable Development Goals.

Hockey: Sreejesh to lead India in Champions Trophy

New Delhi: Star goal-keeper P.R. Sreejesh will lead an 18-member Indian squad for the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Champions Trophy in London from June 10 to 17, Hockey India announced on Tuesday. Striker S.V. Sunil will be Sreejesh’s deputy in the side which has a mix of experience and youth as part of preparations for

Absence of romantic partner can lead to financial loss

New York: If you do not have a romantic partner yet, stop gambling or making riskier investments as you may end up losing money, finds an interesting study. Environmental cues indicate that some people will have a relatively difficult time finding a mate. “This can drive people concentrate their investment choices into a few high-risk,