Crosswords Puzzle May Not Help In Reducing Developing Dementia: Study

Crosswords Puzzle

Beware, Crosswords and Sudoku are not the perfect mind game in terms of reducing the risk of developing dementia. In one of the latest studies the researchers claim online brain-training games too hardly benefit the brain health and memory. Age…

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Bank Of England Staff Members Call 3-Day Strike

BANK OF ENGLAND STRIKE: First time in more than fifty years Bank of England will be on a strike. The support staff will go ahead with it from Tuesday to Thursday after talks at the conciliation service Acas failed to…

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Pakistan’s Tribal Council (Panchayat) Orders Revenge Rape

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Revenge rape is one of the worst crimes and this officially, to some extent, exists in Pakistan. Earlier this month a teenage boy raped a 12-year-old girl in the Multan city (also known as Muzaffarabad). Parents of the victim reached…

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Britain To Ban Diesel, Petrol Cars, Vans Sale From 2040


It is true higher levels of nitrogen oxide leads to major public health risk and Britain knows how to curb it. The government has a strategy to reduce the level and announced to be banning sale of petrol and diesel…

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British Travelers Paying More In Europe As School Summer Holiday Begins


Britons are being offered the worst ever foreign exchange rates. It is as low as 88 euro cents against a pound at British airports when holidaymakers are heading to Europe. The lowest reported being offered at the Cardiff airport. Travelers…

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BREAKING: Powerful Quake, Aftershocks Hit Turkey, Greece; 2 Dead

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At least two people have been left dead and many injured in Turkey and Greece after a massive earthquake of 6.7-magnitude hit the region. The quake struck at 1:31 a.m. local time and was near to the Bodrum and Datca…

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Bodies Of Lost Couple Found On Melting Glacier In Switzerland After 7 Decades

lost swiss couple

A Swiss couple went missing 75 years ago and now their bodies have been found on a melting glacier in Switzerland. According to Swiss police the couple were Marcelin Dumoulin and Francine Dumoulin, and both of them disappeared some seven…

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Saudi Arabia Police Arrests, Questions Model Khulood For Violating Dress Code

Saudi Arabia Police

Saudi Arabia police have arrested and are questioning the young model who walked through the heritage village of Ushayqir wearing short skirt and crop top, which is considered as indecent clothing in the country. According to local media the model,…

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Model Walks Dressed In Skirt, Top In Saudi Arabia Village; Arrest Warrant Issued

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A model named Khulood walked in a skirt and black top through a small town in Saudi Arabia in defiance of the strict dress laws in the country. An arrest warrant has been issued against her for violating the law…

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Long-Hour Office Work Risks Heart: Study

Long-Hour Office Work

In one of the latest studies it is revealed long-hour office culture can be bad for your heart apart from affecting the social life. Led by Professor Mika Kivimaki from the department of epidemiology at University College, London, the research…

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