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You may be at an increased risk of diabetes if you are not taking care of your dental health, warns a new study which suggested that dental examination may provide a way to identify the risk for developing the disease. “We found a progressive positive relationship between worsening glucose tolerance
An Army man allegedly ended his life with his service pistol in Samba area of Jammu division of the state on Tuesday.
According to reports the Army soldier has been identified as Naresh Kumar Yadav who shot himself with the service pistol.
He was found dead with bullet injuries in the Maheshwar area, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Samba Anil Magotra told.
The body has been recovered and sent to post-mortem, he said.
Adding that initial investigation pointed out towards suicide, an investigation has been initiated.
Yadav’s death is the second in a day after an army man shot himself dead, allegedly, in Qazigund area of Srinagar today.
New Delhi, Mar 20 Thirteen-year-old Delhi schoolboy Prithu Gupta has bagged his maiden GM norm recently during the Gibraltar Masters tournament, where he also became the International Master.
Prithu achieved his norm with two rounds to spare, which took his ELO Rating above 2400 oints (2450) necessary for the IM title. Earlier, Prithu had logged first IM norm in June, 2017 at the Silverlake Open in Serbia and second norm at the Golden Prague chess festival in July.
Having started playing chess only four years back, Prithu has had a good record, having drawn with world No 23, GM Le QuangLiem (rated 2737 from Vietnam) and GM ItturizagaBonelli Eduardo (rated 2650 from Venezuela). His victims also include French GM Fabien Libiszewski, and a hat-trick of draws against GMs Anna Muzychuk (Ukraine), Svane Rasmus (Germany) and Perez Ponsa Federico (Argentina).
Prithu is an eighth standard student of Modern School (Vasant Vihar) and the Delhi Chess Association felicitated him for his recent achievements. All India Chess Federation president Bharat Singh Chouhan said that the Delhi lad has it in him to make it big at the international level.
Shantaram Naik resigned to pave way for young leaders after Congress president Rahul Gandhi stressed the need for the infusion of young blood into the party. The state president of Congress in Goa Shantaram Naik decided to step down from his post, taking inspiration from party’s national president Rahul Gandhi’s