Newborn Hippo cheers animal lovers at Patna Zoo

Patna, Sep.14: The birth of a baby hippo at Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park past Monday night (September 10) has spread a wave of cheer among animal lovers and zoo officials here.

Famed Pak singer Reshma seeks Musharraf’s help to get land

Lahore, Sep 14: Ailing Punjabi folk singer Reshma has requested President Pervez Musharraf to help her get a residential plot that he had ordered for her in Islamabad, and also support her in the completion of a mosque she started five years ago near Shahdara.

The 59-year-old singer, admitted to a Gulberg hospital, is suffering from high blood pressure, general weakness and a sore intestine.

Prior to her present illness, Reshma was admitted to a hospital in London, a couple of weeks ago.

Apples during pregnancy help lower asthma, wheezing risk in kids

Washington, Sept 14: Eating an apple a day during pregnancy will not only kept the doctor away for expecting mums, but it can also help lower the risk of their kids developing asthma and wheezing.

The finding is based on a study published in the September issue of the journal Thorax in which researchers found that when women ate apples during pregnancy, their offspring tended to have a significantly lower risk of asthma and wheezing when they reached the age of five.

Brighter tumours indicate poorer prognosis

Washington, Sept 14: A new study of cervical cancer patients has revealed that irrespective of being big or small, if a tumour glows brightly in a PET (positron emission tomography) scan, it is likely to be more dangerous than dimmer tumours.

The study conducted by Washington University School of Medicine researchers reveals that PET ‘can reliably identify patients who have a poorer prognosis’.

Osama is in Yemen or Somalia, not Pakistan: US counter-terrorism expert

Washington, Sept 14: The Bush Administration’s former chief counter-terrorism adviser, Richard Clark, has claimed that Osama bin Laden is either in Yemen or Somalia, and not in Pakistan.

Mohammad Asif confident about getting Sehwag’s wicket early

Durban: Pakistan pacer Mohammad Asif has said that he is well aware of the weaknesses of India‘s swashbuckling batsman Virender Sehwag, and he would try to get rid of the Delhi player early when the two sides meet in a Group D match of the Twenty20 World Championship here later today.

Aiming to continue the psychological advantage he has been enjoying over Sehwag for the last two years, Asif said, “I know his weaknesses very well, and I want to exploit them yet again.”


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