The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The Indian Army may be currently busy with the volatile situation along the 778-km Line of Control with Pakistan, but it is slowly and steadily also building requisite deterrence along the 4,057-km Line of Actual Control with China. The 1.3-million strong Army has now kicked off the process to raise the second division of the new mountain strike corps for the "northern borders" with China despite an ongoing fund crunch, while it is also planning a high-altitude warfare exercise in Ladakh later this year. Defence sources say the new 72 Infantry Division, with its headquarters at Pathankot, will become "fully operational" in three years. "The division will now be being raised with one brigade in the beginning. But it will have three brigades when it is fully formed and operational in around three years," said a source. The Army had formally begun to raise the new 17 Mountain Strike Corps in January 2014 to acquire "quick-reaction ground offensive capabilities" for the first time against China because its existing three "strike corps" were largely geared towards Pakistan.
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Twelve months ago, aged 43, I gave up drinking. It wasnt that I’d become too attached to alcohol, just slightly obsessed with exercise, having notched up ten half-marathons in three years.
Daily Mail - Health
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The health benefits of golf are being overlooked – according to a leading cancer charity. Macmillan Cancer Support said that during a typical single round of golf, players walk for four to eight miles.
Futurism
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38, depression by 0.3, and pain by 0.33. While this is not a huge margin, it is as effective as anti-depressant drugs or exercise, which means that doctors have another tool in their arsenal, and can recommend an alternative treatment for those who cannot exercise and/or do not want to take drugs. Increasing grey matter and combating aging: a study in Frontiers of Psychology shows that meditation can increase the volume of grey matter in the brain significantly. Florian Kurth, a University of California Postdoctoral Scholar in Neurology, one of the authors of the study, said , We expected rather small and distinct effects [...] what we actually observed was a widespread effect of meditation that encompassed regions throughout the entire brain. This was enforced by Sara Lazar , a neuroscientist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, who found that in this one region of the prefrontal cortex, 50-year-old meditators had the same amount of grey matter as 25-year-olds.
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Providence indeed? Plus more leaks from David Wilcock’s Contact In The Desert presentation…. this week, on Ground Crew Command … your weekly dose of empowering clarity, inspiration & motivation to get you through the Archon invented “work week”. And we finish off with our standard weekly powerful energy exercise in the last 5-10mins of the show, to tone down or even shut down those nasty, artificial energies of the matrix. …So dont miss out. Every Wed 9pm EDT on Ground Crew Command Radio. Find out how you, too, can get involved in the kind of gridwork that will change everything! Ground Crew Command Radio The host of Ground Crew Command Radio is The Unknown Lightwarrior: a member of a small but powerful team of Lightwarriors & Lightworkers who either remotely or in person, clear & restore to the Light; natural or man made landmarks, natural and man made power centers, vortexes, portals, ley-lines, control rooms, sacred geometry and all darkness obstacles on the etheric, astral, plasmatic planes… to put you, me and the whole planet on the fastest timeline to The Event.
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remarkably successful. That may seem an odd comment given what happened on Monday night. Given we have had 80% of successful prosecutions when people are brought through the justice system on terrorism offences, Greater Manchester Police two years ago had a very successful counterterrorism exercise, and.
Sky News
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the question about asking about the exercise craze and the exercise craze is and the answer is goat yoga. Have you done it? No, but I would like to. I have picked this story because.
Sky News
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do not go anywhere, because apparently there is a strange exercise craze that has hit the UK. I do not know what it is! We will see you after the break
Sky News
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and the summit has ended with two waffling paragraphs about refugees and migration, no credible plan at all to protect refugees and migrants. The G7 had been a mass exercise in security and choreography - not just for the leaders but their spouses, and for the.
Daily Mail - Health
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Sky News
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about refugees and migration, no credible plan at all to protect refugees and migrants. The G7 had been a mass exercise in security and choreography - not just for the leaders but their spouses, and for the.
Sky News
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here because it is overlooking the sea in which thousands of people have drowned. Ten people a day in the sea between Libya and Sicily, and the summit has ended with two waffling paragraphs about refugees and migration, no credible plan at all to protect refugees and migrants. The G7 had been a mass exercise in security and choreography,.
Sky News
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to protect refugees and migrants. The G7 had been a mass exercise in security and choreography, not just for the leaders but their spouses, and.
BBC One London
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It's a positive start from the Gunners. They're having good possession. Chelsea obviously doing, are dropping off exercise which they.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: Delhi University has shelved its decision to hold online entrance tests for its M Phil, PhD and PG programmes as it feels that conducting these along with the offline format won't be feasible. The standing committee in a meeting held on May 19 had given approval for holding both online and offline exams for M Phil, PhD and PG programmes. It had attracted criticism from student circles, including the Delhi Union Student Union and the ABVP, who claimed that the online test could disadvantage students from rural areas. The decision to stick to offline pattern was taken after a committee meeting today in which it was concluded that the dual mode was "unfeasible" . "Logistics involved in conducting both kind of examinations were not feasible. Several stakeholders were consulted and it was found that it needed a large exercise," a member of Standing Committee for Admissions told PTI.
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The Event Chronicle
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As the people of Planet Earth learn that Alien ETs are real and that there is an ongoing Secret Space War, a whole new form of fascist world government is going to quickly emergeeasily displacing the current one that is best described as Super Fascism The Coming Shift to Cosmic Fascism Part I By Preston James, Ph. D Note: If you have not read prior VT articles on Secret Space War matters , you may find this article a waste of your time and an exercise in incredulity and fantasy and you should probably not read it. Soon the public is going to learn that Alien ETs are real and that their anti-gravity craft are real too. And this major disclosure of the US Government’s greatest secret may now come sooner rather than later. Once the cat is out of the bag, be certain that it will set off a process that will displace the current Super Fascist American governmental system run out of the City of London (COL) and will usher in a kinder, gentler (at least at first) new form of fascism, best referred to as Cosmic Fascism.
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Do they need each other in 2017? We'll discuss hot topics brewing before the draft on June 22 and free agency on July 1. San Antonio Spurs Seriously Pursuing Chris Paul A match made in basketball heaven. The San Antonio Spurs would automatically re-enter the discussion for an NBA title if Chris Paul were to join Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge under head coach Gregg Popovich. According to ESPN.com reporter Marc Stein, the Los Angeles Clippers view the Spurs as a potential threat to lure Paul away during free agency: The 32-year-old point guard can exercise an early-termination clause in his deal, per Spotrac , which allows him to sign with any team as an unrestricted free agent during the offseason. The Clippers fell short of expectations in a first-round postseason loss to the Utah Jazz over seven games. Paul's priorities will come into play when deciding whether to move on.