Top Headlines: Food deficiencies, tuberculosis India’s most widespread maladies

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Daily Newsletter | Monday, October 02, 2017
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Food deficiencies, tuberculosis India’s most widespread maladies
The two health conditions that affect most Indians are nutritional deficiencies of various kinds, like protein, vitamin, iron and others — about 46% of the population suffers from this affliction — and tubercolosis, which affects nearly 39% of the population.
Doklam effect? Armies skip traditional meet
The Indian and Chinese armies may have disengaged from their eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation on the Bhutanese territory of Doklam after hectic diplomatic parleys, but the distinct chill between the rival troops remains on the ground over a month later.
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Now, brace for a 15 per cent hike in airfares
Get ready to shell out up to 15% more for flying. Airlines are looking at 10-15% hike in airfares due to sharp increase in aviation turbine fuel prices every month since August. The most recent increase came on Sunday when oil marketing companies raised prices by 6%.


First flight to Mumbai takes off from new Shirdi airport
President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurated the newly-developed Shirdi airport and also flagged off the first flight from there on Sunday. The Alliance Air flight to Mumbai was one of the two flights that took off from the airport on the day, the other being from Shirdi to Hyderabad.
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Does Apple slow down your old iPhone to make you buy the new one? Read to know
Has your old iPhone slowed down just as Apple has released its iPhone 8 series of smartphones and will soon release its 10th anniversary special edition iPhone X?
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Are you being tracked on the internet? Know how to find out
Yes, you are being tracked on internet and several entities are keeping dossier on you. It is so common that you must have found that out yourself.


5th ODI: India beat Australia to win series 4-1, regain No.1 ranking
Rohit Sharma finished off the series in style as he scored 125 off 109 balls to help India beat Australia by seven wickets in the fifth and final one-day international in Nagpur on Sunday. India won the series 4-1 and regained the top spot in the ICC ODI rankings.
Pandya is the biggest asset from the series, says Kohli
India captain Virat Kohli feels man-of-the-series Hardik Pandya has emerged as the “biggest asset” for the team after their convincing 4-1 win in the five-match series against Australia. Pandya scored 222 runs with the bat and also picked up six wickets to emerge as the player-of-the-tournament.
Don’t let your rivers die – Rally For Rivers
Today, India’s rivers are facing a grave crisis. They have depleted by over 40% since Independence
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As an opener, I look to perform at all times: Rohit
Rohit Sharma has been on a roll ever since he has come back from a hamstring injury and the stylish batsman says it is important for him to keep performing as the team relies a lot on the openers. Rohit after scoring a match-winning 125 in the fifth ODI against Australia.


Should you buy annuities now?
In an unusual move, the Insurance Regulatory Authority of India (Irdai) has asked LIC to review the return on its flagship immediate annuity product Jeevan Akshay, because it is too high. The regulator wants the insurance company to ensure that returns are in line with yield on LIC’s investments.
Teach kids about money in school
Over the decades that I have been asked by people about their personal finances, I have never ceased to be amazed by the abysmal level of knowledge that they have about this subject.
US court trims fine on TCS to $420 mn in Epic Systems suit
IT major Tata Consultancy Services has said that a US court halved the compensatory and punitive damages demanded from the company to $420 million in a lawsuit filed by Epic Systems Corporation. Epic had accused TCS of “brazenly stealing trade secrets, confidential information, documents and data”.
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Ranbir Kapoor maintaining single status for Mahira Khan?
Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor recently exclaimed that it felt amazing to be single for the first time. However, his latest pictures with “good friend” Mahira Khan may have raised a lot of doubt.
Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan announce daughter’s name on Twitter
Bollywood actors Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan, who welcomed their first child, a beautiful little baby girl on Friday, 29 September 2017 have finally named her Inaaya Naumi Kemmu.
Kangana Ranaut’s lawyer responds to defamation notice sent by Aditya Pancholi and Zarina Wahab
The latest update on the legal tussle states that the ‘Simran’ actress’ lawyer, Rizwan Siddiqui has responded to the notice.
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