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Yearly News 2013

Goa governor concerned over rising crime against women
Goa governor concerned over rising crime...

Goa governor concerned over rising crime against women

Panaji – An increase in crimes against women and children is a matter of concern, Goa Governor B.V Wanchoo said Tuesday in his New Year message. “There was an unfortunate increase in incidents of crime, especially against our children and women. It should be our concern to arrest and... read more »

Sensex trades flat in pre-noon session
Sensex trades flat in pre-noon session

Sensex trades flat in pre-noon session

Mumbai – A benchmark index of Indian equities was trading flat at 21.81 points or 0.10 percent up during the pre-noon trade Tuesday. Good buying was observed in the oil and gas and auto sectors while selling pressure was seen in banking index (bankex) sector. The 30-scrip sensitive index... read more »

Wrong habits may cause sleepless nights
Fructose itself has no impact on heart d...

Fructose itself has no impact on heart disease: study

Toronto – Fructose, naturally found in fruit, vegetables and honey, is the sugar often blamed for the obesity epidemic and doctors the world over warn against having an excess of it. A new research has shown that fructose does not itself has any impact on an emerging marker for the risk of... read more »

Economy heading towards better times, no reason to despair : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
PM to face press conference on January 3

PM to face press conference on January 3

New Delhi – Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will address a press conference at 11 a.m. on January 3 at the National Media Centre in central Delhi. Friday’s press conference will be Dr. Singh’s second such interaction with the media in his second term as the Prime Minister, which... read more »

Decoded: How honeybees determine sex

Decoded: How honeybees determine sex

London – The truth behind the unique sex-determination system in honeybees – where males develop from unfertilised eggs and females develop from fertilised eggs – is... read more »

Indian tourists flocking to Australia

Indian tourists flocking to Australia

Melbourne – Indian tourists are flocking to see beauty of Australia taking the total number of overseas travellers from the region to over 134,000 from January to October this year,... read more »

Hasina's party fears Zia will change Bangladesh's name

Hasina’s party fears Zia will change Bangladesh’s name

Dhaka – Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s party has said that opposition leader Khaleda Zia may change the country’s name in case she returns to power. The... read more »

Malaysian government to slash public expenditure

Malaysian government to slash public expenditure

Kuala Lumpur – Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has announced 11 measures to slash public sector expenditure beginning Jan 1, authorities said. These measures are in... read more »

U.S. to proceeding with prosecution of senior Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade

U.S. to proceeding with prosecution of senior Indian diplomat Dev...

The U.S. is proceeding with the prosecution of senior Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade and has no intention to withdraw the case of visa fraud against her. U.S. sources in New York said on Monday... read more »