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INS Sahyadri visits Japan

NEW DELHI: In pursuance of India’s Act East policy, Indian Navy Ship Sahyadri, currently on operational deployment to North West Pacific region and South China Sea, entered Sagami Bay, Japan on Wednesday. The ship will participate in the International Fleet Review organised by the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF). …

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Enjoy Black Coffee? You May be a Psychopath

LONDON: A fondness for bitter-tasting food and drinks, such as black coffee, may be a sign of dark personality traits, including Machiavellianism, sadism and narcissism, according to a new study. Christina Sagioglou, study author and psychologist at the University of Innsbruck in Austria, and her colleague Tobias Greitemeyer, studied how …

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Mizoram Anti Narcotic Squad Seizes 12.5 Grams Heroin, 1 Arrested

AIZAWL: Mizoram Excise and Narcotics department’s Anti Narcotic Squad seized 12.5 grams of heroin from Aizawl today, spokesperson of the department said. He said Lallawmkimi (38) of Sesih hamlet in the Mizoram-Myanmar border Champhai district was arrested for alleged possession of the contraband, reportedly smuggled from Myanmar. She was booked …

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What accelerates ageing in smokers

Tokyo: A team of Japanese researchers has decoded the mechanism behind what accelerates ageing in smokers. Assistant professor Kaori Nakanishi and professor Keiko Takihara from Osaka University found that the smoking habit affected the ageing-related molecule in blood serum. In addition, they elucidated that smoking causes a rise in blood …

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BRC chief criticises Assam govt for reducing security cover

Kokrajhar: Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) chief Hagrama Mohilary on Wednesday accused Assam government for reducing his security cover thereby creating an atmosphere for his “political murder” and sought for its restoration. “As I am of cabinet rank I should get adequate security,” Mohilary told PTI, criticising the government for reducing …

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