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I wish him nothing but happiness and joy in his married life, says Kareena Kapoor

Rumours revolving around the invitation to Kareena Kapoor for Shahid’s wedding are finally cleared out by the actress herself. There were rumours that shahid Kapoor has invited his ex-girlfriend Kareena Kapor Khan and her husband Saif Ali Khan, for his wedding with the Delhi girl Mira Rajput. But Kareena clarifies the rumours while wishing the actor all the happiness. According ...

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Shahrukh Khan: ‘No I did not meet Lalit Modi’

Shahrukh Khan who was vacationing in London with his family said on Monday that he did not meet Lalit Modi, former IPL commissioner in London as host of many Indian leaders, police officers and celebrities did. Reportedly, Shahrukh who is co-owner of Indian Premier League team Kolkata Knight Riders was asked if he had met Lalit Modi. Recently, there was ...

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Anti-Depressants Over Prescribed? Most Don’t Need Them, Says Study

In a surprising study, it was found that more than two-thirds of people taking anti-depressant drugs may not actually suffer from depression and they don’t need them, says a new study. The US-based study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found that 69% of people taking anti-depressants did not meet the criteria for prescribing major depressive disorder, also known ...

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Nobel laureate, DNA fame Venki made president of prestigious UK Royal Society

Indian-origin Chemistry Nobel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (Venki) has been bestowed the highest honour in the UK making him join the ranks of eminent British scientists such as Newton and Rhterford. Venki will succeed Paul Nurse as the Royal Society president from December this year and head the world’s top most science outfit. He was chosen by about 1,200 Royal Society ...

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200-year-old Indian Museum to Tap British Know-How for Spruce Up

The 200-year-old Indian Museum is consulting experts from London’s Natural History Museum (NHM) to assist in planning strategies, digitisation of the collection and developing a premier research-curation hub. The museum is said to be the oldest museum in the Asia-Pacific region. Showcasing scientific work in action to the public, the concept of families sleeping over among exhibits to give a ...

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Sushma Swaraj to open Britain-hosted Indian diaspora convention

India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her British counterpart Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will inaugurate the regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas tomorrow (Friday, October 17) in London, the first ever such event to be held in Britain. A British High Commission release said that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office will host a reception Oct 17 "celebrating" the country’s Indian diaspora ...

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