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Randeep Hooda’s Advice: Students Should Study, Debate and Learn

Randeep Hooda, the little known Bollywood actor has become popular on social media for the wrong reason and siding with another insensitive erstwhile cricketer Virender Sehwag for their tardy and unfathomable foray mimicking a Kargil martyr’s daughter who saw red behind a war than mere rivalry of nationalities. But it was too much for the likes of Virender Sehwag and ...

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World Mental Health Day: Deepika Padukone Leads the Way

As the world observes the Mental Health Day today, it is time to remember how mental illness affects anybody and everybody in society but overcoming it is the key to success for many celebrities. World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of ...

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Kejriwal Steps in, Advises Somnath Bharti to surrender

Former Delhi law minister Somnath Bharti, who was behind the famous riads on prostitute racket in south Delhi during the first rule of AAP, has been advised finally by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to surrender and not become a fugitive and embarrass the party. If Kejriwal had reigned in two years ago with similar advice, Somnath Bharti would not have ...

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Selena Gomez Uploads Nude Photo

Selena Gomez has silently updated her Facebook page with a nude picture sending shock waves across the globe, especially for her fans. Star of “Wizards of Waverly Place”, Selena has been a symbol of deceny for long and her break up with boyfriend Justin Biber has hurt more of their fans than the couple themselves who have carved out their ...

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Destroying History the ISIS Way?

History cannot be replayed and that’s precisely why it should be preserved. The barbaric destruction of historical monuments by the Islamic State in its captured territories of Syria and Iraq go beyond mere massacre of the innocent. The savage terror group has been bulldozing and dynamiting vital treasures of art and culture nurtured over centuries and gained a pride of ...

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Hatha Yoga Helps Memory Retention Compared to Treadmill Run, Aerobics: Study

In a sample-based research conducted on 30 subjects, ‘Hatha’ Yoga was found to be helpful in improving brain functions compared to those who had opted for aerobic exercises for the same period of time. The study conducted by Indian-origin student Neha Gothe and her group at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign showed that just yoga postures called Hatha Yoga ...

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Maggi Moves Bombay High Court, What to Expect in Hearing Today

Maggi Noodles maker Nestle has moved the Mombay High Court seeking redressal against the ban imposed by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India’s (FSSAI), though simultaneously it is recalling all its varieties of Maggi noodles from the market. The FSSAI ban has spread to Nepal, UK and even the US to consider the feasibility of ban while Singapore ...

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Parakala Prabhakar Retorts to Cash-for-Vote Allegations, Says Tapes Doctored

Communications Adviser to the A.P. government Parakala Prabhakar hit back amid cash-for-vote controversy terming the tapes aired on a Telugu television were doctored from different voice recordings of chief minister N. Chandrababu Naidu in move by Telangana CM to defame Naidu. Prabhakar said the Chief Minister did not have any such conversation and it could be that the recordings were ...

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Radhika Apte Reacts, Not Angrily but Politely

Radhika Apte, whose nude short film taken by director Anurag Khashyap for a New York entry, was morphed and leaked in online last week but the ‘Hunterr’ actress was mature in her reaction. “I saw it and laughed it off because it is really funny… I am really busy. I can’t waste my time doing that. My family and I ...

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Today is World Autism Day, Blue Everywhere?

April 2 is observed as the World Austism Awareness Day and many monuments around the world have turned blue marking the occasion. It is officially World Autism Awareness Day! Join the #LIUB movement at http://t.co/y9jTXiI36o pic.twitter.com/rUbsnQlFPI— Autism Speaks (@autismspeaks) April 2, 2015 In New York, landmark buildings like the Empire State Building will show blue on top while the Prince’s ...

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Sonia Gandhi Refuses to React to Giriraj Singh’s ‘Narrow Mindset’

Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Thursday when asked about BJP Minister Giriraj Singh’s remarks on her white skin said it’s “narrow mindset” of him that requires no reply. During his visit to Patna, Giriraj Singh said, if former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi had married a woman who was not white-skinned, would the Congress have accepted her? “If Rajiv Gandhi had ...

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India Refutes MIT Study Findings on ‘Swine Flu May Have Mutated’

Refuting charges that swine flu strain in India may have mutated, the National Institute of Virology on Thursday said there was no evidence to suggest it and categorically rejected the observations made by an MIT study. [See news report on MIT Study ] Earlier, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study conducted by a team of Indian-origin scientists said swine flu ...

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Will BBC Face ban in India?

The Indian government, upset with BBC for ignoring a court order banning the airing of a documentary carrying an interview with one of those convicted in the December 16, 2012 Delhi gang rape, is considering a ban on BBC in India though there is huge support building up for the documentary, with people saying “don’t shoot the messenger”. The documentary ...

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Pakistan court grants bail to 26/11-attack-accused Lakhvi

With a weak defence evidence against Mumbai terror attack accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, a Pakistani court in Islamabad has granted bail to the alleged mastermind in a second case, against surety bonds worth Pakistani Rs.200,000 (about $1,900), media reported. The civil court of Mian Azhar Nadeem heard the bail application of Lakhvi on Thursday where his counsel, Rizwan Abbasi, argued ...

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Pakistan Army School Massacre by Talibans Leaves 148 Dead; 2014’s Worst Terrorist Attack?

Children were the majority of the 148 people killed Tuesday in a Taliban retaliatory attack on a school run by the Pakistani army in the northwestern city of Peshawar, where children of army officers study. The death toll included 132 students and nine school employees, the military’s director of public information, Gen. Asim Bajwa, told a press conference. Another 122 ...

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Scientists Track How Much Pets Love Their Masters

Your dog loves you as much as you love it, researchers confirmed in a study that looked inside the brain of our canine friends using imaging technology. Not only do dogs seem to love their owners back, they actually see them as their family, the researchers found. “Bonding with owners is much more important for dogs than other pets,” lead ...

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