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Fake investment firm cons youth of Rs 3.35 lakh with big returns vow

Representative Image LUCKNOW: An aspirant for Provincial Civil Services-Judiciary (PCS-J) has been duped of Rs 3.35 lakh in the name of an investment scheme. The victim, Sachin Tiwari, a resident of Manaknagar, lodged an FIR on Saturday. Sachin told the police that he read an advertisement of a lucrative investment scheme on a dating website in December last year. “I provided my details and phone number on the website. On December 1, I received a call from Komal who claimed being an employee of ‘Real dating Group’ and explained me various investment plans,” Sachin…

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Cash is still king for Indian youth, especially for business

n India, 32% of youth are willing to deal in cash to help businesses survive, says the EY’s Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey. Demonetisation, which aimed at hitting out at the cash element in the economy to curb corruption and black money, has had a mixed impact, according to the EY Fraud Survey 2017. While a majority of the respondents in EY’s Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey support the stance taken by regulators and the government to curb corruption and bribery, the…

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Heavy Drinking During Youth Can Disrupt Brain Development

Excessive alcohol use during adolescence can disrupt the development of brain and increase risk of substance use disorder later in life, a study says. “The maturation of the brain is still ongoing in adolescence, and especially the frontal areas and the cingulate cortex develop until the twenties. Our findings strongly indicate that heavy alcohol use may disrupt this maturation process,” said first author of the study Noora Heikkinen from University of Eastern Finland. Cingulate cortex has an important role in impulse control, and volumetric changes in this area may play…

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Bad Posture Contributing to Osteoarthritis Among Youth

As the number of youth suffering from osteorthritis continues to surge globally, health experts on Wednesday said that wrong postures for long durations was the biggest contributor to the disease. According to them, the issue was important because scientifically no amount of exercise or therapy can undo the problems caused by hours of bad posture a day. “Maintaining a right posture is a serious health business; so much so that a bad posture can ultimately result in serious morbidity. Right posture doesn’t simply mean sitting up straight. Posture refers to…

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Is internet making youth depressed?

Did you know, excessive net use contributes to the improvement of college burnout and vice-versa? mind the gap, a longitudinal research undertaking funded by the Academy of Finland, has established a link among digital addiction and school burnout in both comprehensive school and higher secondary school students. The findings show that through faculty burnout, youth’ immoderate net use can in the long run lead to despair. publicity to virtual dependancy is most probably to appear if the adolescent loses interest in college and feels cynicism towards college. The research shows…

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each fifth Indian youth is stricken by Spinal ailments: doctors

each fifth Indian in the age group 20-30 is laid low with various type of spinal ailments, which until a decade in the past were commonplace amongst senior residents. in step with doctors, there was a 60 in step with cent rise in spinalproblems a number of the youth.”prolonged sitting inside the identical posture can add a remarkable quantity of pressure to the again muscle mass and spinal discs, a slouched position can over-stretch the spinal ligaments and strain the spinal discs and causemajor pain in lower back and neck….

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