A new research conducted by a team of experts from the University of Victoria’s Centre for Addictions Research of BC (CARBC) in Canada has revealed that mixing alcohol with energy drinks may increase the risk of injury or fall. The reports added that the energy drinks loaded with sugar masks the effects of alcohol which can cause rapid heart rates, palpitations, a rise in blood pressure and even seizures. Energy drinks are made to stimulate the mental and physical state, the other slows your brain down.
A video of identical two-year-old twins in New York having a seven-hour "party" has reportedly gone viral on social media. The boys, Andrew and Ryan, who were put to bed, can be seen escaping their cribs, moving pillows into a pile and climbing onto a couch despite their parents putting them to bed twice during the night.
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Police in China's Jiangsu Province busted a drug dealer who had posed as a food delivery man to cover up his sales and the customer who masterminded the trick. The duo were exposed after a customer’s mother found the drugs hidden in an order of fried rice. The mastermind customer reportedly said he convinced the drug-dealer to dress as a delivery man and hide the drugs in egg fried rice.
French gendarmes reportedly found a suspected thief stuck in a hole he'd made with a hammer in a shop window. The national gendarmerie on Sunday published a photo appearing to show the man half-in and half-out of the hole. “Drunk, he robbed a shop but got stuck ... in the window before being arrested,” the gendarmerie tweeted. Firefighters were called to free the man, who was then taken into custody, say reports.
Following rampant toilet paper theft, Chinese capital Beijing have reportedly started using facial recognition technologies in public toilets. Reportedly, a user must stand in front of a wall-mounted machine with a high definition camera to get tissue paper. The device refuses to activate the automatic roller if the same person reappears within a certain period. Many residents have been taking reams of paper from public toilets for use at home. Sometimes a newly replenished roll can disappear within a minute.
In a video posted by Australian batsman David Warner on social media, Ivy May Warner, his 2-year-old daughter, was seen uttering the words ‘my daddy,’ and running towards a life-size poster of her father placed next to a TV before giving it a hug. Warner's post on Instagram read, "This brought a tear to my eye this morning. When your daughter spots you from a distance and runs to give you a cuddle."
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Ace tennis player, Roger Federer on Friday released a video of him singing the tunes "Hard to Say I'm Sorry". He was joined by his fellow tennis stars Tommy Haas and Grigor Dimitrov. The video also had a cameo from Federer's arch-rival Novak Djokovic. However, this is not the first time Federer has released a music video. In January, the trio released a similar video.
Non-resident Indian businessmen, Srichand and Gopi Hinduja have been selected as the richest Asians residing in the UK. They collectively have an estimated wealth of 19 billion pounds. Their wealth has reportedly increased by 2.5 billion pounds in one year. Steel tycoon Lakshmi N Mittal secured the second place with a fortune of 12.6 billion pounds.
Indrani Das, a 17-year-old Indian-American teenager won the top prize of $2,50,000 (Rs. 1.63 crores) in the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition on Thursday. She reportedly won the prize for her research on treating brain injury and disease. Another Indian-American teen, Arjun Ramani, won the third place for his project.
Narayan Chandra Sen, a 63-year-old man from Machlandapur of West Bengal, was advised to get a Ultrasound Sonography report of the whole abdomen after he complained of stomach and lower-abdomen pain. He was shocked when the USG report showed he had a uterus, ovaries and adnexa, say reports. Sen reportedly filed a complaint with the police. However, a member of the committee that runs the Barasat Cancer Research and Welfare Centre reportedly said, “It could have been a printing mistake. We are probing how the error crept in.”
According to the survey carried out by The Physiological Society in England, losing smartphone is almost stress as a terrorist attack to modern adults. The survey asked around 2,000 students to rank life events in order of stress. Researchers believe that this is the result of living in 2017 with modern life adding to the stress.
According to reports, the famous slogan 'Keep Calm and Carry On' was created in 1939 by the British government as part of a series of three posters issued in the event of World War II (1939-1945). The 'Keep Calm' poster never officially issued. Two booksellers from the United Kingdom came across a copy hidden amongst books bought at an auction at the turn of the twenty-first century. Notably, the slogan went on to become one of the famous catchphrases in the modern era.
A five-month-old baby travelling in Thirunelvelli-Happa Express had gone hungry on the long journey as the milk prepared by her parents for the journey got curdled. Neha Bapat, a co-passenger reportedly clicked a photograph of mother and child and tweeted it to her friends seeking help, The help came from the Konkan Railway after one of Neha's friends tweeted to the authorities seeking help. Notably, the child got milk by the Konkan Railway.
People of Anandwadi, a nondescript village in Latur district, Maharashtra have transferred their properties to the women in the family. The social transformation was brought by a suggestion made by villagers in their gram sabha meeting. This decision was made to get rid of the patriarchal mindset of the people.
Madame Tussauds on Wednesday announced that it will unveil a wax statue of famous singer Shreya Ghoshal. The statue is expected to be opened in June. Shreya Ghoshal has become the first Indian singer to be inducted at the Madame Tussauds museum. Reacting to this, the 'Kalvare Kalvare' singer said: "I am thrilled to be a part of Madame Tussauds history ."
Saudi Arabia held its inaugural girls' council in al-Qassim province, the first Qassim Girls Council meeting, on Saturday with 13 men on stage, not a single female. The women were apparently in another room, linked via video. The male-dominated photos have been circulating widely on social media. Notably, the girls' council is chaired by Princess Abir bint Salman and his wife.