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  • Youngsters turning into job creators: PM Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday interacted with thousands of youngsters who have made it big in the startup sector and said it is the youth who have turned out to be the “job creators” of the nation.

  • Mumbai, Sleep deprivation, youth, weight issue,risk, obesity

    Mumbai: Sleep deprivation in youth linked to higher risk of obesity later in life, states study

    Mumbai: Sleep is important everyone, but, especially, for children and young adults. Yet another study has reinforced the idea that sleep deprivation in young age is associated with obesity later in life. The new research shows that poor sleep precedes weight problems, and therefore may up the risk factor for obesity. It reinforces the point that it can be one of the causes and not a consequence. A senior city-based doctor said

  • mumbai, youth, technology, social media, leisure, technology updates, social media users

    Believe it or not! Youth are seeking leisure time sans technology and social media

    Mumbai: Technology has made wonders and made life easier for individuals. From extending lives of people to producing a test-tube baby, technology is ubiquitous. However, it has taken its toll on the current generation and now the overload is seeing some youth also look for ways to avoid technology and social media.

  • A special obligation to the youth

    There are few signs of excitement or even anticipation here in London about the Commonwealth heads of government meeting which will be held here later this month because its original venue, the South Pacific island of Vanuatu, was devastated by Cyclone Pam. No one seems interested enough even to echo the old complaint of “no common wealth in the Commonwealth” that radical publications like the old Blitz in Bombay used to scream.

  • Indore: 4 accused in 4-yr-old murder case held

    Indore: Four persons including the mastermind of the murder of a youth about four years ago were arrested by police on Sunday. According to police, a contract of Rs 4 lakh was given by one of the accused to his accomplices to kill the youth over suspected extra marital affairs.

  • Ujjain: Youth dies due to unavailability of doctors at civil hospital

    Ujjain: A youth met with an accident at Dewas Road after his bike collided with a loading ‘magic’ vehicle on Monday night. The youth was severely injured in the accident and admitted to the civil Hospital, where he later died due to lack of treatment and unavailability of doctors.

  • Bhopal: Fed up with harassment, girl kills self

    Jabalpur: A 14-year-old girl committed suicide in the city as she was facing harassment by a youth who lived next-door, police said on Sunday. The incident took place under the limits of the Civil Lines Police station.

  • youth, young people, china, scams, internet scams, victims of internet scams, scam ratio, internet faud, reports of internet fraud, 90's, Liu Yang, an anti-fraud expert

    Most Internet scam victims are young people: Report

    Beijing: China’s younger generation may be more Internet savvy than the older people, but they still account for most of the victims of Internet scams, according to an anti-fraud website.

  • Bhopal: Youths are becoming self-centered, says Prof M Jagdish Kumar

    BHOPAL: “Youth is faced with health issues and has less concentration power. They are becoming self centred which results in communication gap with their parents and society. Student should know their aim and work hard,” said vice-chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University Prof M Jagdish Kumar.

  • 19-year-old youth from Patna shoots self on video call with girlfriend

    Patna (Bihar): A youth has allegedly shot himself during a video call with his girlfriend in Patna. The incident took place on Monday, when the 19-year-old youth, with a semi-automatic pistol, shot himself in the head while chatting with his girlfriend on a video call, inside his residence. According to reports, the boy had failed an exam and was being pressured by family members to end relation with the girl. The police have

  • President Ram Nath Kovind meets 500 participants of Jagriti Yatra

    New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind appreciated the organisers of Jagriti Yatra for linking self-employment opportunities available in the country with the talent of the youth. “Job creators are the need of the hour and enterprise led development could be the solution. There are immense possibilities for our youth,” President Kovind said while addressing 500 participants of the yatra at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

  • Mumbai: 20-year-old youth drowns in sea near Bandra

    Mumbai: A 20-year-old youth drowned in the sea near Taj Land Ends hotel in Bandra West on Sunday afternoon. Police said deceased Sohail Feroze Pathan and his friend Saleem Ayub Pathan (19) had come to visit Bandra Fort. “They both fell into the water in high tide. Since Saleem knows how to swim, he came out but Sohail drowned. His body has been sent to Cooper hospital for post mortem,” said investigating officer

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