Tips to maintain oral health

Tips to maintain oral health

It is common to hurt your face while a fall or a brawl. The nose and the lips are most susceptible to damage. During such an event, there can either be a soft tissue or hard tissue damage. In case of the soft tissues in the mouth, there is damage to lips, tongue or oral mucosa. It is recommended to rinse the area once with cold water and then cold compresses. It helps smoothening the…

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Indian Coast Guard detains Indonesian vessel off Gujarat coast

Indian Coast Guard detains Indonesian vessel off Gujarat coast

An Indonesian vessel with Iranian crew off the Dwarka coast was detained by the Indian Coast Guard on Saturday. There were 14 crew members aboard the vessel, including five Indians and nine Iranian citizens. The vessel was detained after some suspected substance was observed on it by the officials. The vessel reportedly was on its way to Kuwait. An investigation into the matter is underway. More details are awaited. [“source=indiatoday”]

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Diabetes Diet: 5 Summer Diet Tips To Manage Diabetes

Diabetes Diet: 5 Summer Diet Tips To Manage Diabetes

Diabetes is a common metabolic disorder that is afflicting millions across the globe currently. If the estimates of a latest study are to be believed, by the year 2030, India would have around 98 million diabetics. Diabetes is defined as a condition which causes abnormal metabolism of blood sugar(glucose). Diabetics must take ample measures to ensure their blood sugar levels are stable. Diet is a crucial component of diabetes management. Eating a healthy and balanced…

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TMC designates six MPs for speaking to media

TMC designates six MPs for speaking to media

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) issued a statement here on Monday listing five of its Lok Sabha MPs and Derek O’Brien, the party’s Rajya Sabha member and national spokesperson, as the designated persons to speak to the media, saying news channels had been speaking to people calling them “TMC supporters or sympathisers”. Besides O’Brien, the Mamata Banerjee-led party has approved the names of Sudip Bandyopadhyay (TMC Parliamentary Party Leader in the Lok Sabha), MPs Saugata Roy,…

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Karnataka: All is not well for HD Kumaraswamy as he battles declining popularity

Karnataka: All is not well for HD Kumaraswamy as he battles declining popularity

The worse is yet to be over for the HD Kumaraswamy (HDK)-led Karnataka government that performed poorly in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The coalition has decided to continue under HDK in an informal cabinet meeting on May 24. With the rumours of a few MLAs defecting the JD(S)-Congress combine for BJP doing rounds, the tension is palpable in both camps. The friction between long-time rivals Congress and JD(S) is not helping the cause either. In…

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Dental care helps drug abuse patients recover: Study

Dental care helps drug abuse patients recover: Study

The researchers said providing complete oral care as part of treating the patient is critical to reviving self-esteem and is an essential first step on the long path to drug abuse recovery. Dental care helps drug abuse patients recover: Study  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New York: Oral health care not only helps drug abuse patients recover physically but also improves their quality of life, suggests a new study. The study, published in the Journal of the…

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Satta bazaar also roots for a Modi comeback

Satta bazaar also roots for a Modi comeback

Saffron remains the safest bet. With less than a week to go for counting day, the odds are pretty well stacked up against the Congress in major betting centres across the nation. In Mumbai, the satta bazaar (betting market) gives 238-241 seats to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), a punt ditto in Delhi in the 17th Lok Sabha. The betting market predicts 78-81 seats for the Congress in India’s financial capital while 79-81 seats in…

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How to rig elections, Bengal style

How to rig elections, Bengal style

Many summers ago Gopal Krishna Gokhale had said: “What Bengal thinks today, India thinks tomorrow.” In those days of civility, Bengal led the way in literature, science, education, social reforms and patriotism. Alas those days have long, long gone. If today there is anything the rest of India can learn from West Bengal is how to rig elections. Rigging elections – from panchayat to Parliament – is part art, part science. A knowledge of social…

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