POSTED BY Buzz ON Nov 02, 2014 AT 00:52 IST ,  Edited At: Nov 02, 2014 05:52 IST

It was yet another Saturday evening in Delhi.

Among the many exciting things happening in the capital, apparently, was the opening of a new gym, where one Mr Robert Vadra happened to be present.

Which resulted in this:

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POSTED BY Buzz ON Nov 02, 2014 AT 00:52 IST, Edited At: Nov 02, 2014 05:52 IST
POSTED BY Buzz ON Oct 15, 2014 AT 23:33 IST ,  Edited At: Oct 15, 2014 23:33 IST

It started with a front-page report in the Hindu's Delhi edition today:

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POSTED BY Buzz ON Oct 15, 2014 AT 23:33 IST, Edited At: Oct 15, 2014 23:33 IST
POSTED BY OWD ON Aug 20, 2014 AT 11:51 IST ,  Edited At: Aug 20, 2014 11:51 IST

The trending Ice Bucket Challenge seems to have finally reached India with actress Hansika Motwani and ace tennis player Rohan Bopanna being two of the first in the country to pour a bucket of ice cold water on themselves.

Since June, several thousand people worldwide have recorded themselves getting drenched in ice cold water, then posted the stunt online and challenged others to do the same, or pledge USD 100 to ALS research.

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POSTED BY OWD ON Aug 20, 2014 AT 11:51 IST, Edited At: Aug 20, 2014 11:51 IST
POSTED BY Buzz ON Jul 15, 2014 AT 15:23 IST ,  Edited At: Jul 15, 2014 15:23 IST

The health minister Harsh Vardhan was recently in the news for his views on sex education.

EastIndiaComedy looks  'at India's attitude towards sex through a "government approved" sex education lecture.'

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POSTED BY Buzz ON Jan 07, 2014 AT 15:01 IST ,  Edited At: Jan 07, 2014 15:01 IST
  •  Milk, yoghurt keeps bones healthy
  • Family history key to heart health
  • Marriage cuts risk of heart attack
  • Chewing gum helps you think faster
  • Low-salt, potassium-rich diet controls BP
  • Unhappy childhood raises risk of heart disease
  • Milk gives you healthy hip bones
  • Sweet drinks cause tooth decay
  • Happy family in teenage gives a more satisfied marital life
  • Marriage is healthy option for women too
  • Bossy moms curb kids' creativity
  • Watching TV 20 hours a week halves sperm count
  • Sunlight cuts diabetes risk by 50%
  • Giving prolongs longevity
  • Green tea, wine may help treat Alzheimer's disease
  • Writing about rows key to marital bliss
  • Lower drinking age leads to binge drinking
  • Exercising brain boosts wellbeing
  • Beer isn't fattening
  • Mediterranean diet cuts heart risk by 30%
  • Eating well could spread infections
  • Sitting for long hours a health risk
  • Beans, spinach, raisin protects women from PMS
  • Bedtime fights take away 10 nights of peaceful sleep per year
  • Snacking on desk makes you pile on 2.8 kilos
  • Pregnancy may give women bigger feet
  • Sex better cure for headache than painkiller
  • Chewing gum boosts concentration
  • Mindfulness improves quality of life
  • Aspirin may lower risk of skin cancer
  • Kids of divorced parents more likely to smoke
  • Probiotics can lower irritable bowel syndrome caused by stress
  • Night shifts may up ovarian cancer risk
  • Sleep can boost memory
  • Unhealthy eating can worsen your mood
  • Stress can trigger Alzheimer's
  • Loo visits at night make you unproductive
  • Skimmed milk can make kids obese
  • Herbal medicine can cause kidney failure
  • Perfect diet fetish can lead to orthorexia
  • Proteins for breakfast can help to lose weight
  • People who have less salt in food live longer, healthier
  • Meal frequency, dish size affect kids' weight
  • Red meat affects heart
  • Exercise can help prevent brain damage
  • Carrots help combat prostate cancer
  • Light drinking in pregnancy not harmful to baby
  • Modern lifestyle leads to dementia
  • Brain ages faster in alcoholics who smoke
  • Calcium supplements extend lifespan
  • Processed food damages hearts of kids, teens
  • Fish oil fights diabetes
  • Soda addiction bad for teeth
  • Five cups of coffee a day leads to obesity
  • Ginger alleviates asthma symptoms
  • Cocoa can stave off diabetes
  • Excess sugar causes heart damage
  • Green tea helps lose weight
  • Skipping breakfast raises diabetes risk in obese women
  • Soft drinks increase aggression in kids
  • Four cups of coffee a day shortens the lifespan
  • Drinking apple juice as harmful as coca-cola
  • Eating two kiwifruits a day can ward off depression
  • Four cups of coffee prevents prostate cancer
  • Carrot is good to ward off cancer
  • Cold weather, chilli peppers help burn fat
  • Energy drinks increase heart beat
  • Messy eaters are better learners
  • Eggs, dairy, meats good for the brain
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