DUBAI July 10: The touching story of an Indian family of seven, which was “living like prisoners” in the UAE, has led to several people coming forward with job offers and assistance from the Indian mission. Continue reading “Malayalee family in UAE “Living Like Prisoners” get job offers, help”
Washington April 18: Searchers and rescue team have found the body of a 12-year-old boy, the last missing member of an Indian family of four which died when their sports utility vehicle plunged into a swollen river in the US state of California some 11 days ago.
The Thottapilly family, from Santa Clarita, disappeared on April 6 while driving in a Honda Pilot through the Redwood Coast Highway on vacation, officials said. Their disappearance coincided with reports that a vehicle had sunk into the Eel River in Northern California. Continue reading “Body of last missing Indian family member found in California river”
LONDON: The UK is being outstripped by countries like Australia and Canada in attracting Indian students to their universities and action must be taken to prevent the falling numbers, a senior peer and academic has told the House of Lords, Indian Express reported. Continue reading “Indian student numbers in UK are falling, Higher Education Commission to take measures”
LONDON March 18: Keeping your heart healthy is about more than avoiding fast food and overly processed chow. You can also pump up your heart’s health by choosing foods that will help reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure and reduce inflammation.
The cell walls of oats and barley contain a special type of soluble fiber called beta-glucan, which has a host of benefits for human health. Studies show that it blunts the body’s insulin response and boosts immunity, and it may be protective during radiation and chemotherapy. Continue reading “10 best foods for your heart”
New Delhi, March 16: Indians are missing a good sleep due to distractions by technology but would also not mind prioritising exercise over a deep slumber, shows a survey.
According to a global survey by Philips, 32 percent Indian adults report technology as a major sleep distractor while 19 percent see overlapping of work hours with normal sleep time (shift work sleep disorder) as a key barrier to sleep. Continue reading “‘Indians loosing sleep over technology’”