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Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh’s Wedding: The Venue, Guest List And Other Details

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New Delhi:  Actors Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's big fat Bollywood wedding has intrigued everyone. It's just less than a month away and what everybody wants to know is where's the wedding, whose wearing what, whose on the guests list, the special dance performances and several other details. Even before the couple announced it officially, they trended a great deal with fresh rounds of wedding rumours every other day. As per a Mumbai Mirror report, Deepika and Ranveer will marry in Italy's Lake Como. Guess who is designing the bride's outfits. Reports state its Sabyasachi Mukherjee. "A Delhi-based wedding planner has been roped in for the shaadi which will be preceded by the sangeet on November 13," Mumbai Mirror quoted a source as saying. The couple will also host two wedding recep

Daily aspirin does more harm than good: Study

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Other large aspirin studies have suggested that aspirin may prevent cancer over the longer term. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint New Delhi: A landmark US-Australian research has found that a low dose of aspirin will not help older adults live longer or prevent their first heart attack, instead will increase the risk of bleeding in older people. The research, published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Monday, found that aspirin intake by healthy people over 70 years of age had no measurable impact on a person’s likelihood to suffer from heart disease, dementia, stroke, cancer, or physical disability. The study involved over 19,000 people, of which 9,525 received aspirin and 9,589 recruited in placebo group. The participants took a daily low-dose of aspirin every day for nea

Zimbabwe Declares Cholera Emergency as Disease Spreads in Capital

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HARARE, Zimbabwe — A cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe has killed at least 20 people and sickened 2,000 others in the past week, the country’s new health minister said on Tuesday, as he declared a state of emergency in the capital, Harare. “The city of Harare, they’re the big problem,” the health minister, Obadiah Moyo, told reporters. “This whole problem is a result of blocked sewers. And these were reported and were never repaired for at least two months.” “As we speak,” he added, “I’m told by the mayor that they are busy repairing the blocked sewers.” Mr. Moyo said the government had suspended classes at schools in some suburbs of Harare. After visiting a hospital that was treating cholera patients, he said the state of emergency would “enable us to contain cholera, typhoid and whateve