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  • ISL: Injured Luis Garcia May be Out of Action for a Week

    ISL: Injured Luis Garcia May be Out of Action for a Week

    The 36-year-old Spaniard, who has plied his trade for giants like Barcelona and Liverpool besides Atletico de Madrid, pulled the muscle a little before the lemon break at the Salt Lake stadium match which ended 1-1.

  • ISL: Atletico de Kolkata Demolish Mumbai City FC in Opener

    ISL: Atletico de Kolkata Demolish Mumbai City FC in Opener

    Atletico de Kolkata started off their campaign with a bang by trouncing Mumbai City FC 3-0 in high voltage opening match of the inaugural ISL at the Salt Lake Stadium.

  • Indian Super League Kicks Off With Glitzy Opening Ceremony

    Indian Super League Kicks Off With Glitzy Opening Ceremony

    Indian Super League's opening ceremony included throbbing Bollywood music, dancers and a large fireworks display over Kolkata's Salt Lake stadium seating some 70,000 fans, business people and celebrities.

  • AFC Congratulates AIFF Chief on Launch of Indian Super League

    AFC Congratulates AIFF Chief on Launch of Indian Super League

    Hosts Atletico de Kolkata take on Mumbai City FC at the Salt Lake stadium in Kolkata on Sunday in the inaugural match of the Indian Super League.

  • ISL: Atletico de Kolkata Lauds Artificial Turf

    ISL: Atletico de Kolkata Lauds Artificial Turf

    Atletico de Kolkata's Ofentse Nato said the facilities at the Salt Lake Stadium may not be world class but he was impressed with the pitch.

  • ISL Will Take Indian Football to Next Level: Davide Colomba

    ISL Will Take Indian Football to Next Level: Davide Colomba

    The Indian Super League begins October 12 with Atletico de Kolkata taking on Mumbai City FC in the opener at the fabled Salt Lake Stadium.

  • Talking to Your Car Can Be Dangerous, Studies Find

    Talking to Your Car Can Be Dangerous, Studies Find

    The systems were tested by 162 university students and other volunteers in 3 settings: a laboratory, a driving simulator and in cars while driving through a Salt Lake City neighbourhood.

  • Bangladesh Skipper Mamunul Hopes ISL Stint will Open Gates for Compatriots

    Bangladesh Skipper Mamunul Hopes ISL Stint will Open Gates for Compatriots

    Mamunul Islam,? the star midfielder from Bangladesh, who was Sunday handed over the?Atletico de Kolkata jersey by assistant coach Jose Ramirez Barreto at the Salt Lake stadium, said it was a dream come true for him to play for a Kolkata team.

  • Aloo ka Parantha (Vrat)

    Aloo ka Parantha (Vrat)

    Stuffed Indian bread made with ingredients like buckwheat flour, rock salt, potatoes and others that cater to the Navratri fasts.

  • US Teacher Accidentally Shoots Self at School

    US Teacher Accidentally Shoots Self at School

    Officials say a school teacher who was carrying a concealed firearm at school accidentally shot herself in the leg when the weapon discharged in a faculty bathroom.

  • Sodium Conundrum: Nine in 10 US Children Eat too Much Salt

    Sodium Conundrum: Nine in 10 US Children Eat too Much Salt

    American kids are eating far too much salt, mostly from processed foods sold in stores, putting them at risk for high blood pressure and heart disease later in life, federal health officials said on Tuesday.

  • Dress Decently: Police Advice to Women in Posh Salt Lake Near Kolkata

    Dress Decently: Police Advice to Women in Posh Salt Lake Near Kolkata

    If you're a woman living in the posh Salt Lake area near Kolkata, the police has about a dozen tips on how to stay safe.

  • Why Do We Crave Sugar, Salt and Fat?

    Why Do We Crave Sugar, Salt and Fat?

    You pick up that doughnut because you can't wait to bite into its spongy texture, let the sweet notes hit the right spot, and slowly carry you away to bliss land. But did you know that food manufacturers actually have a standard called Bliss Point. Seriously, I am not kidding. For every food there i...

  • South Koreans Stick by Their Noodle Diet Despite Health Worries

    South Koreans Stick by Their Noodle Diet Despite Health Worries

    Kim Min-koo has an easy reply to new American research that hits South Korea where it hurts -- in the noodles. Drunk and hungry just after dawn, he rips the lid off a bowl of his beloved fast food, wobbling on his feet but still defiant over a report that links instant noodles to health hazards."The...

  • Salt Can Kill Cancer Cells, Says Study

    Salt Can Kill Cancer Cells, Says Study

    Could salt be a potential game-changer in finding the cure to cancer? A study that appeared in the Journal 'Nature Chemistry', said that cancer cells can be made to self-destruct if injected with salt.Researchers have created a molecule that can carry particles of sodium and chlorine called ions in...

  • For Tamil Nadu's New Arrivals, Amma Baby Care Kit From Jayalalithaa

    For Tamil Nadu's New Arrivals, Amma Baby Care Kit From Jayalalithaa

    Newborns in Tamil Nadu will be greeted upon arrival with "Amma Baby Care Kits", named after Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, whose government has flooded the state with Amma-branded subsidized salt, canteens, seeds, medicenes and more, all available at...

  • Stressed are the Cheesemakers: Anger at campaign for less salt

    Stressed are the Cheesemakers: Anger at campaign for less salt

    Consensus Action on Salt and Health wants reduced levels, but industry leaders argue: 'too little salt makes bad cheese'"This really is the most stupid thing I've heard in a long time," rails Juliet Harbutt, international cheese guru and chair of the British cheese awards. "Who are these people? Wh...

  • PM Modi Meets Sushil Koirala, Three Agreements Signed

    PM Modi Meets Sushil Koirala, Three Agreements Signed

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala during which the two sides signed three agreements, including a NRs 69 million grant to Nepal to supply iodated salt to curb iodine deficiency diseases.

  • When Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Exchanged Love-Letters

    When Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Exchanged Love-Letters

    Actors Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt kept their romance alive while shooting films in two different continents by sending each other handwritten love letters.

  • High Salt Intake Increases Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics

    High Salt Intake Increases Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics

    People with Type-2 diabetes have more to add to their list of dietary restrictions as researchers have found that a high salt diet may double their risk of developing cardiovascular disease. For long, health experts have harped on the problems associated with too much consumption of salt. According ...

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