Just Days After Wedding, Shoaib Malik Targeted By Trolls For Bizarre On-Field Act | Cricket News

Former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik is in the news for his personal life, with his divorce from Indian tennis star Sania Mirza becoming public soon after the announcement of his third wedding with actress Sana Javed. Since the wedding announcement, Malik has returned to cricketing duties, playing in the Bangladesh Premier League. In the league,…

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Liver can generate palmitic acid to maintain brain health, study suggests

Richard Bazinet and Mackenzie Smith. Credit: University of Toronto Researchers at the University of Toronto have found that palmitic acid, one of the most common fats in human milk, meats, and dairy products, is made by the liver and sent to the developing brain when it’s low in the diet. The preclinical findings underscore the…

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AIIMS Bhubaneswar conducts successful trial of utilising drones in healthcare services – ET HealthWorld

[ad_1] Bhubaneswar: AIIMS Bhubaneswar on Tuesday conducted a successful experimental trial of utilising drones to provide superior healthcare services in Odisha. The drone completed the successful journey of 120 kms from AIIMS Bhubaneswar to Community Health Centre, Tangi in just 1.10 hours, carrying the essential blood supplies weighing around 2kg, without encountering any operational issues…

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Indonesia Masters: Lakshya Sen, Kiran George Enter Second Round; HS Prannoy, Kidambi Srikanth Exit | Badminton News

Lakshya Sen and Kiran George advanced to the second round, but HS Prannoy and Kidambi Srikanth made early exits after suffering narrow losses in their respective opening matches at the Indonesia Masters Super 500 badminton tournament in Jakarta on Wednesday. World No. 19 Sen, who is looking to qualify for the Paris Olympics, avenged his…

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Exploring the link between aesthetic judgments and ‘screen swiping’ hand movements

[ad_1] Experimental procedure diagram. Credit: Li and Wang Humans commonly evaluate the beauty of other humans, as well as objects, places, natural landscapes, and even animals. The innate human tendency to make aesthetic judgments has been the topic of numerous psychological studies, yet its neural and cognitive underpinnings are not yet fully understood. Linghe Li…

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Range Rover Velar: A handsome car that’s high on speed, comfort

Range Rover gives the Velar a blink-and-miss-it facelift, offering minimal changes on the outside and a chic minimalistic design inside /smart-living/innovation/range-rover-velar-review-suv-cars-111708008496178.html 111708008496178 story If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it—that’s what car makers at Range Rover were probably thinking while working on the new version of the Velar. The exterior changes in the latest Velar…

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Nasa seeking faster, cheaper way to bring Mars samples to Earth

Retrieving Mars samples has been on Nasa’s to-do list for decades. But a recent review put the total cost at $8 billion to $11 billion, with an arrival date of 2040 /smart-living/innovation/nasa-mars-samples-return-mission-earth-2040-111713268277289.html 111713268277289 story NASA’s plan to bring samples from Mars back to Earth is on hold until there’s a faster, cheaper way, space agency…

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