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According to a new study, getting a tattoo could change the way one sweats.
11 Aug 2017 7:11 PM
A new fitness tracker measures one’s biometric levels, and stimulates sweat even when the user is not exerting them self.
08 Aug 2017 11:37 AM
'Chak de phatte India', says Harnaaz Sandhu after becoming Miss Universe 2021
Mutation linked to remdesivir resistance found in Covid patient
Climate finance isn’t charity, says Union minister Bhupender Yadav at COP26 summit
Indian origin astronaut-led NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 team headed to ISS
'Kanyadaan' an outdated ritual or important custom? Alia Bhatt's ad sparks debate
It was obvious long before and reconfirmed after political strategist Prashant Kishor’s firm but polite refusal of party’s membership offer
The recent appointment of Archana Goyal Gulati, former member of Niti Aayog and CCI, at Google, has revived the old debate
As recent events demonstrate, every party prefers having the law enforcers acting as a private militia
Once it dawns on the judiciary that some laws are out of place in a 21st century democracy, then problematic laws will fall
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