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Earrings that every woman must have

Earrings that every woman must have

Earrings are a staple jewellery item in every woman’s jewellery box. Whether you’re a jhumka person or into statement earrings or simple gold stud earrings, you cannot complete an outfit without earrings. If you’re new to jewellery and want to have classic staples in your kit, read this... read more »

When you should take a pregnancy test?

When you should take a pregnancy test?

Usually, there are two types of pregnancy tests. One test utilizes a urine sample and the other a sample of blood. Interestingly, both these pregnancy tests are associated with the detection of a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin also known as (HCG). This hormone is usually developed by... read more »

How to Migrate Your Data to the Cloud Sa...

How to Migrate Your Data to the Cloud Safely?

If your business has decided to migrate your data to cloud storage from a localized device such as a computer, or a USB, there are many factors which you need to consider to ensure that your data is safe in the future. Although the Cloud is a relatively safe option and has more security features... read more »

Fundamental Digital Marketing Techniques...

Fundamental Digital Marketing Techniques to Master in 2019

The world of digital marketing can be a tough nut to crack at times but we’re very fortunate to live in a world in which the target audience for your business is just a few clicks away. Figuring out how to get your customers or clients to make those crucial clicks is the hard part, but here are... read more »

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Egypt forms panel to probe post-Morsi violence

Egypt forms panel to probe post-Morsi violence

Cairo – Egypt’s interim President Adly Mansour ordered to form a fact-finding committee to investigate the violence that broke out after the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, a... read more »

Ban seeks South Sudan parties' cooperation to solve crisis

Ban Ki-moon calls for end to hostilities in South ...

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon demanded an end to growing civil conflict in South Sudan and called on all parties Sunday to negotiate... read more »

Morsi to face third criminal trial over 2011 jail break...

Morsi to face third criminal trial over 2011 jail breakout

London – Ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi will face a third criminal trial on charges of organizing prison breaks during the 2011... read more »

‘Mandela needs to be re-invoked’

'Mandela needs to be re-invoked'

New Delhi – Nelson Mandela, the world’s anti-apartheid icon and South Africa’s first non-white president who died earlier this month, need... read more »

Nelson Mandela memorial interpreter admitted to psychia...

Nelson Mandela memorial interpreter admitted to psychiatric hospital

London – The interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s funeral, who was accused of making up sign language, has been admitted to a psychiatric... read more »

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Beheaded Mumbai Woman Had Been Married Just 5 Days, Husband Arres...

Priyanka Gurav, 24, who was living with her in-laws in Worli, went missing on May 5. Her torso was found a day later in a drain in Navi Mumbai, about 50 kms from where she... read more »

Death toll rises: 3 dead as Honda City falls off D...

Seven students were on their way to appear for an exam in Narela in the Honda City car when the accident took place. The police claim the car was... read more »

UP governor Ram Naik blames previous governments for st...

Governor Ram Naik today lauded the Yogi Adityanath dispensation for its “resolve” to transform Uttar Pradesh into a developed state, while indirectly... read more »

elp for Mumbai auto driver with paralysed wife after ph...

A powerful photo of Versova autorickshaw driver Mohammad Saeed, 26, who lets his two-year-old son sleep on his lap while he works, recently went viral,... read more »

Uttar Pradesh: Yogi Adityanath government declares Satu...

Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Dinesh Sharma after a meeting on Friday decided to declare Saturday as no school bag day. Trying to take load off... read more »

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Two Turkish police killed in gun attack blamed on PKK: reports

ISTANBUL: Two Turkish police were killed Friday in a gun attack on police headquarters in the southern region of Adana blamed on Kurdish militants, the official Anatolia news agency reported. The... read more »

Mullah Omar died two years ago: Pak tells Afghanis...

The death of Mullah Mohammad Omar, the supreme leader of the Afghan Taliban, has been confirmed by authorities in Pakistan who have shared the... read more »

Indian citizen held by China for ‘terror links...

China late on Friday deported the lone Indian arrested on unspecified charges in Inner Mongolia, bringing to an end 72 hours of hard negotiations between... read more »

China’s migrant population to reach 310 mn by 203...

China’s migrant population, the workforce behind its massive development in the last few decades, will touch 310 million by 2030, almost the same as the... read more »

China aggressively building islands on reefs claimed by...

China is reportedly proceeding with the construction of artificial islands on at least two reefs, which are claimed by the Philippines, despite Beijing... read more »

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Australian embassies part of US spying, say reports

Australian embassies part of US spying, say reports

Sydney – Australian embassies are part of a US-led global spying network and are being secretly used to intercept calls and data across Asia, according to media reports Thursday. The top... read more »

Australia PM seeks security dialogue with Indonesia after spy row

Australia’s war in Afghanistan over: PM

Canberra – “Australia’s longest war” is ending and its defence forces mission in Afghanistan will be complete by 2013 end,... read more »

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Compensate for your Absence in the Best Possible Ways

Don’t all your plans revolve around your family? Moreover, if you are a parent, it is a case of who’s going to bring your child to a football match or an annual day or a gymnastics class? You... read more »

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New phased implementation strategy of Eway bill sy...

Eway bill update so far : After being run out from the field in the very beginning phase of its introduction on Feb 1 2018, the day marked for... read more »

GST : The beginners guide

Introduction : GST stands for Goods and Services Tax. Goods and Service Tax (GST) is a type of tax introduced in India from July 2017. GST is a consumption... read more »

Should small businesses invest in payroll software?

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Well, one of the most important considerations of small businesses is to make investments only and only where it is necessary in order to keep the business... read more »

Have composition GST number, want to sell Online, What ...

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Before knowing about the E-commerce platforms where goods and services are bought/procured and sold let’s take a tour of history and know how we used to... read more »

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13 people killed in bridge, house collapse in China

At least 13 people were killed when an illegal bridge under construction collapsed in southern China and a residential complex caved in east China, officials said today. Eleven people were killed... read more »

5.3-magnitude earthquake hits southwest China

Beijing – At least three people were injured and several houses damaged after a 5.3-magnitude quake jolted a town in southwest China early... read more »

China will create new law against terrorism

Beijing . China is considering a new law against terrorism. China’s top legislative body to fight terrorism , said a member of the new law will be made... read more »

Chinese dictator Mao’s painting sold for Rs 77 cr...

Beijing . Chinese dictator Mao Zedong made ​​of this painting was auctioned for Rs 77 crore . The price is 18 times the value found in the previous... read more »

China’s defense budget increase by 12 per cent, r...

Beijing – The government announced the first day of the annual session of parliament . People’s Liberation Army of China’s military strength... read more »

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Test of character awaits for Rahane-led Indian team in Zimbabwe

After a disappointing Bangladesh tour, the Indian team will test its bench strength when it will take on deflated Zimbabwe in a three ODI and two T20 starting from tomorrow. The series has given... read more »

Bengal Tiger-Sourav Ganguly turns 43

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is happy celebrating his 43rd birthday with family and friends here today as wishes poured in on the social... read more »

Younis Khan’s unbeaten 171 helps Pakistan chase record ...

Younis Khan remained unbeaten after a brilliant 171 as Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the final Test to win the three-match series 2-1 at... read more »

Ravi Shastri slashes hard at reports of rift between MS...

RAVI Shastri doesn’t deny rumours, he quashes them. And he does so in characterstically bombastic fashion. At a time conspiracy theories abound regarding... read more »

My job is to perform and cement my place in the team

Being on the fringes of Indian cricket team for years can be a tad frustrating but Manoj Tiwary has learnt to live with it and is now preparing for the... read more »

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SaMaPa festival begins in capital

SaMaPa festival begins in capital

New Delhi – Melodious bhajans of Anup Jalota, soulful santoor compositions of Abhay Rustum Sopori and Ragini Rainu’s sufi recital kick-started the ninth edition of SaMaPa Sangeet... read more »

Carnival showcases culture of northeastern region in Delhi

Carnival showcases culture of northeastern region ...

By Themthingchon Yr New Delhi – The northeast has a rich and diverse culture. To raise awareness about it, various festivals and fairs are... read more »

Nation remembers Nehru on 124th birth anniversary

Nation remembers Nehru on 124th birth anniversary

New Delhi – The nation Thursday paid rich tributes to India’s first prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on his 124th birth anniversary. Prime... read more »

Statues dating back 3,500 years discovered at Egypt tem...

Statues dating back 3,500 years discovered at Egypt temple

Cairo – French experts discovered two statues dating back to Egypt’s New Kingdom (1539-1075 B.C.) in the archaeological zone of Luxor,... read more »

Hornbill Festival to host national dance competition

Hornbill Festival to host national dance competition

Kohima – For the first time, the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland will feature Footloose, a national dance competition. Participants from other states and... read more »

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Sensex, Nifty surge most in 7 weeks on RBI hopes; rupee gains 0.6%

Sensex gains 136 points during pre-noon session

Mumbai – A benchmark index of Indian equities markets gained 136.33 points or 0.65 percent during the pre-noon trade Friday. Good buying was seen in IT, banking index (bankex) and technology,... read more »

Asia shares lurch lower, China data darkens mood

Sensex closes flat, bank stocks gain

Mumbai – A benchmark index of Indian equities markets closed Thursday’s trade 42 points or 0.20 percent up amidst derivatives expiry and... read more »

Sensex trades flat during pre-noon trade

Sensex trades flat during pre-noon trade

Mumbai – A benchmark index of Indian equities markets was trading flat at 47.43 points or 0.23 percent up during the pre-noon trade Thursday. All the... read more »

Rupee down 12 paise on dollar demand

Rupee down 12 paise on dollar demand

The rupee on Thursday weakened by 12 paise to 61.91 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market due to demand for the U.S.... read more »

Bharatiya Mahila Bank to open four branches in northeas...

Bharatiya Mahila Bank to open four branches in northeast

Agartala – The Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) will open four more branches in four capital cities of the northeastern states, officials said here... read more »

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Education

India decreases number of out-of-school children by nearly 16 mil...

India has been able to decrease its number of out-of-school children by nearly 16 million between 2000 and 2012, driving the progress in South Asia, but it still has 1.4 million children not... read more »

HC sets new deadline for fee regulatory authority ...

BHOPAL: State government has been given two weeks’ time by the MP high court to constitute fee regulatory authority for private schools.... read more »

Learning levels all time low in Raj govt schools, says ...

JAIPUR: State government schools continue to register negative growth in learning levels in subjects—arithmetic, reading and comprehension—from 2006. The... read more »

IIM gets going but law school, IIIT for Nagpur still on...

NAGPUR: Even though union and state government acted with alacrity to clear IIM in Nagpur, two other national level institutes already sanctioned for the... read more »

IIM-Bangalore hikes fees by 10%

BENGALURU: The most-coveted management course in the country just got costlier. IIM-Bangalore has increased the fees for its flagship post-graduate programme... read more »

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18th IIFA Awards 2017: Why Dangal Was Ignored In The Nominations

When the nominations for the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy or IIFA Awards were announced in May, the Internet swiftly fixated on the gaping Dangal-shaped holeNEW DELHI: Aamir... read more »

Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan’s poetic tweet ...

Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan set his Twitter followers and others wracking their minds with a Tamil poem that sounded like signaling entry into... read more »

Why ‘fair’ is handsome, questions Munna Michael actor N...

Sanjay Chouhan, the casting director of Babumoshai Bandookbaaz had apparently said that after Chitrangada Singh walked out of the film, they wanted an actress... read more »

Rajkumar Hirani to play cameo in Ranbir Kapoor starrer ...

Sanjay Dutt biopic features actor Ranbir Kapoor as the protagonist.Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanjay Dutt biopic featuring actor Ranbir Kapoor is one of... read more »

Karan Johar on Kangana Ranaut jibe at IIFA-2017

Ever since the word ‘nepotism’ has been mentioned on Karan Johar’s show by Kangana Ranaut, it has become the buzz word in the film industry.... read more »

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Europe

Britain’s SAS not involved in Diana’s death: Police

Britain’s SAS not involved in Diana’s death: Police

London – British police said Tuesday there is “no credible evidence” that the SAS was involved in the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Al Fayed in 1997, BBC... read more »

British police reject Princess Diana murder claim

British police reject Princess Diana murder claim

Scotland Yard on Tuesday said that it has found “no credible evidence” to support a claim that the British Special Forces were involved in the... read more »

David Cameron declares ‘mission accomplished̵...

David Cameron declares 'mission accomplished' in Afghanistan

London – British troops can return to the UK from Afghanistan knowing its mission was accomplished, Prime Minister David Cameron has said. The comments... read more »

Princess Diana was killed by SAS: British police

Britain’s SAS not involved in Diana’s death: Police

London – The British police have reportedly said that there is no ‘credible’ evidence that would support the claim that a member of British... read more »

Pope Francis says he’s no Marxist, but defends critique...

The internet is 'a gift from God' says Pope Francis

London – Pope Francis has rejected accusations from right-wing Americans that his teaching is Marxist. The Pope however defended his criticisms of the... read more »

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Far East

Thai "red shirts" prepare rally to back PM against protesters

Thai “red shirts” prepare rally to back PM against pr...

Bangkok – The red-shirted supporters of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Wednesday they could take to the streets to protect the government from protesters who have forced her... read more »

Thailand PM Yingluck Shinawatra vows to continue to perform duties

Thailand PM Yingluck Shinawatra vows to continue ...

Bangkok – Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Tuesday pledged to continue performing her duties in accordance with the constitution... read more »

N Korea confirms Kim’s uncle purged from power fo...

N Korea confirms Kim's uncle purged from power for 'anti-state' activities

Washington – North Korea has acknowledged the elimination of leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle from power for “anti-state” acts and... read more »

S Korea extends air defence zone to overlap with China&...

Air defence zone remarks: China refutes Japanese PM

Johannesburg – South Korea has said it has extended its air defence zone to partially overlap with a similar zone declared by China two weeks ago. South... read more »

Thai PM Yingluck dissolves Parliament

Ready to dissolve parliament, says Thai PM

Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Monday dissolved Parliament in the face of mass demonstrations against her government that showed no sign of... read more »

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US reacts with dismay over India's gay sex ruling

US reacts with dismay over India’s gay sex ruling

By Arun Kumar Washington – Expressing concern over the Indian Supreme Court’s ruling restoring the ban on gay sex, the US has expressed its opposition to “any action that... read more »

Why can't Sikhs with beards join US forces?

Why can’t Sikhs with beards join US forces?

By Arun Kumar Washington – An independent, bipartisan federal agency has asked the US defence leadership to explain why Sikh Americans wearing... read more »

Anti-Modi resolution loses traction in US House

Anti-Modi resolution loses traction in US House

By Arun Kumar Washington – With the victory of Bharatiya Janata Party in assembly elections in four Indian states, a contro! versial resolution critical... read more »

New legislation for disabled to be finalised soon: Selj...

New legislation for disabled to be finalised soon: Selja

New Delhi – The new draft legislation for people with disability is in the last stage of finalisation, Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment... read more »

Boosting green habits through art

Boosting green habits through art

Kolkata – Youngsters here will be encouraged to use art to campaign for the environment, courtesy a new venture launched Monday. Initiated by Nokia... read more »

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Food

Recipe: Vegetable sweet corn soup

Ingredients: One cup fresh sweet corn, one finely chopped carrot, one tbsp chopped cabbage, half tsp sugar, half tsp green chilli sauce, half tsp soya sauce, one tbsp corn flour, four cups... read more »

Recipe: Tomato chicken with brown rice

Tomato chicken with brown rice is a delightful blend of spices and tangy tomatoes. It is essentially chicken pieces coated with many fragrant spices... read more »

Recipe: Russian Borscht

Ingredients:Three cups of chicken stock (for non vegetarians) or plain water (for vegetarians)– 1 cabbage – 4 potatoes – 2 beetroots –... read more »

An Egyptian feast in Kolkata

Theirs are traditions as rich and old as ours and their love for peppy Bollywood numbers is as Indian as it gets. And not only that, Cairo girls Hannah Sameh,... read more »

Recipe: Gosht Dum Biryani

Dinkar Sardesai, executive chef of Rama International, Aurangabad shares the authentic recipe of Gosht Dum Biryani. Ingredients 1 kg Lamb meat 600 gm Basmati... read more »

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Burnley holds Manchester United on di Maria debut

Angel Di Maria’s promising debut failed to inspire lacklustre Manchester United to a first win of the season on Saturday as Burnley held on for a 0—0 draw in the Premier League. The Argentina... read more »

Cristiano Ronaldo crowned UEFA Best Player in Euro...

Cristiano Ronaldo was on Thursday named the UEFA Best Player in Europe, defeating Bayern Munich duo Manuel Neuer and Arjen Robben for the... read more »

Xabi Alonso announces international retirement

Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso announced that he was retiring from football after making 114 appearances for Spain and scoring a total of 16 goals for his... read more »

Messi back with 2 goals as Barcelona wins opener

Lionel Messi scored twice to help 10-man Barcelona start the Spanish league with a 3-0 win over Elche in the debut of coach Luis Enrique on Sunday, with the... read more »

Manchester United sign Di Maria for £59.7 million

Manchester United broke the British transfer record when they completed the signing of Argentina midfielder Angel Di Maria for £59.7 million on Tuesday. The... read more »

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Gold & Metals

PRECIOUS-Gold rises 2 pct as year-end jitters knock stocks, dolla...

Gold rose 2 percent on Tuesday, while silver jumped more than 4 percent as the dollar weakened and stock markets slid, with concerns over tension between Russia and the West also helping push the... read more »

Gold futures rise to Rs. 26,812 per 10 gm

Gold prices rose 0.86 per cent to Rs. 26,812 per 10 grams at the futures trade today as speculators created fresh positions, taking positive cues... read more »

Gold steady at Rs 27,000 on scattered buying; silver re...

Gold prices on Wednesday held steady at Rs 27,000 per ten gram at the bullion market in the national capital on scattered buying by retailers. However,... read more »

Gold prices fall by 0.21 per cent in futures trade on g...

Gold prices eased by 0.21 per cent to Rs 26,800 per 10 grams in futures trade on Tuesday, tracking a weak global trend, as speculators offloaded their... read more »

Gold Falls by Rs 45 to Rs 27,265 on Sluggish Demand

New Delhi: In a mixed pattern of trading, gold prices declined by Rs 45 to Rs 27,265 per 10 grams at the bullion market on Monday, owing to slackened demand... read more »

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Health & Fitness

This diet pill tricks body into losing weight!

Researchers from the California-based Salk Institute for Biological Studies have developed an entirely new type of pill that tricks the body into thinking it has consumed calories, causing it to... read more »

Which 5 yoghurts should you eat!

There’s no comfort food like a plate of dahi-khichdi. Well, we’ve savoured the humble yoghurt (fermented milk product), with or without... read more »

Cancer: Breaking the bad news to patients

For Dr Ranjana Srivastava, who began working as an oncologist in Australia 10 years ago, breaking the news to patients suffering from cancer is part of the... read more »

Include pumpkin in your diet to lose weight

To utilize pumpkin as a weight loss food, you will need to substitute it for a food in your diet that is higher in calories. Take for instance, if you are... read more »

Simple remedies to treat acidity

Acidity can strike at any time and any place. It is diagnosed by discomfort near the chest and cause significant distress. If you suffer from it often, here... read more »

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Hockey World Cup: England beat India 2-1

THE HAGUE: India crashed to their second defeat in the men’s hockey World Cup by conceding a late goal yet again to go down 1-2 against England at the Kyocera Stadium on Monday. Hockey World... read more »

Time for Walsh, Oltmans to deliver: Dhanraj Pillay

Every player is very young, and the younger generation has taken over Indian hockey now. Sardar (Singh) is the most senior player, but other than... read more »

Hockey World Cup: India looks for solid start against B...

Injury-hit India will be seeking to reverse the tide of their recent encounters against Europe’s rising hockey powerhouse Belgium in the World Cup opener at... read more »

Sachin Tendulkar Motivates Indian Hockey Team Before Wo...

The Indian men’s hockey team were in for a surprise as batting legend Sachin Tendulkar visited them in New Delhi to wish them luck for the World Cup.... read more »

Hockey is a poor man’s game, says Balbir Singh Sr

Chandigarh: Legendary hockey player and chief coach of India’s 1975 World Cup winning team, Balbir Singh Sr, said Hockey India’s felicitation of... read more »

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Gold Tumbles to More Than Five-Year Low, China Shares Eke Out Gai...

Gold prices tumbled to a more than five-year low Monday, and China shares rose modestly, after authorities’ weekend move to tighten the use of informal lending channels by stock investors. Gold... read more »

Rupee at at 63.39

The benchmark BSE Sensex trimmed initial gains and fell by 9 points in late morning trade, dragged down by FMCG sectors, while fresh selling was... read more »

Gold drops Rs 400, silver plunges by Rs 1,350

Gold, silver prices rise on brisk buying, global cues

Gold prices tumbled by Rs 400 to hit one-week low of Rs 26,750 per 10 grams at the bullion market today amid a weak global trend and low demand from jewellers... read more »

Gold futures gain 0.15% on firm global cues

NEW DELHI: Gold prices increased by 0.15 per cent to Rs 25,796 per 10 grams in futures trading today as speculators enlarged positions amid a better trend... read more »

Government cuts import tariff on gold and silver

NEW DELHI: The government has slashed import tariff value on gold to $375 per 10 grams and silver to $512 per kg following weak global price trends. During... read more »

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Cinnamon, peppermint oil- A new answer to chronic wounds!

You must have heard that health is wealth and that stands true for all those who suffer from chronic wounds in India. Ending miseries of all, we have a good news for you. Now, scientists have come... read more »

Use this to remove odour from stinky foods

Scientists have developed a new film that could neutralise the odours of even the smelliest of foods such as onions, garlic, certain cheeses and the... read more »

Pizza maker Papa John’s hands insured for a whopp...

Seems like Papa John’s has taken their love for pizza to another level as the company has recently insured its founder’s hands for 10 million... read more »

Haldiram products under scanner!

Maharashtra government today asked its health regulator to check samples of Haldiram’s packaged snacks to find if they are fit for human consumption. Food... read more »

Poor sanitation practices leads to unfavorable pregnanc...

Indian ladies suffer majorly during pregnancy! Besides household chores and other responsibilities there are several other reasons which hamper the growth of... read more »

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Middle East

IS jihadists execute Iraqi journalist, 12 other people

SAMARRA, Iraq: Islamic State militants executed an Iraqi news cameraman and 12 other people on Friday in several towns and villages north of Baghdad, officials, relatives and witnesses said. The... read more »

Kobane: Syrian Kurds ‘launch operation again...

Fighting has continued overnight around the Syrian border town of Kobane, with reports of Kurdish forces launching an operation against Islamic... read more »

Egypt: Army offensive kills 16 militants in Sinai

El-ARISH, Egypt: Egyptian military officials say troops have killed 16 members of an al-Qaida-inspired militant group in the restive Sinai Peninsula. The... read more »

Islamic State video shows beheading of British hostage ...

LONDON: British taxi driver Alan Henning, who skipped Christmas with his family to raise funds to purchase ambulances and medical equipment and join an aid... read more »

Israeli Army kills suspected murderers of Jewish teens

Jerusalem: Two Palestinians suspected of having kidnapped and murdered three Jewish teenagers in June have been killed in an exchange of fire with Israeli... read more »

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National

Bridge collapsed in Mumbai near VT station

Milind Deora, Congress on Mumbai foot over bridge collapse: If the govt wants to send a message to the common Mumbaikars that this won’t happen again then they should immediately lodge an FIR... read more »

Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir Compares Dalai Lama...

Pakistan`s senior journalist Hamid Mir on Wednesday stoked a stupid controversy when he compared Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar to Nobel... read more »

First Indo-Pak Meet On Kartarpur held in cordial enviro...

The first meeting between India and Pakistan experts to discuss the modalities and draft agreement for facilitation of pilgrims to visit Gurdwara Kartarpur... read more »

Supreme Court Pulls Assam Government on deportation of ...

The Supreme Court on Wednesday came down hard on the Assam government and said that it was not treating the issue of deportation of illegal migrants seriously... read more »

Priyanka Gandhi Thrash Modi In Her First Election Speec...

Lashing out Modi & Amit Shah on there home turf in her first Election speach Priyanka Gandhi says “This country is made on the foundations of love,... read more »

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North America

Both Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton would make great presidents: Barack Obama

Both Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton would make great presidents: B...

Washington – US President Barack Obama has said that both Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will make outstanding candidates and possess the much-needed... read more »

Air defence zone remarks: China refutes Japanese PM

US says China air defence zone unacceptable, shoul...

Washington – The White House said on Thursday that China’s new air defence zone over the East China Sea was “unacceptable”... read more »

Snowden leaks have identified areas of concerns: Obama

Snowden leaks have identified areas of concerns: Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama has acknowledged that leaks by whistleblower Edward Snowden have identified some areas of legitimate concerns with regard to... read more »

We will not see the likes of Mandela again: Obama

We will not see the likes of Mandela again: Obama

Describing himself as one of the countless millions who drew inspiration from Nelson Mandela, US President Barack Obama mourned the death on Friday of the... read more »

‘Some progress’ made in peace talks: John K...

'Some progress' made in peace talks: John Kerry

Jerusalem – US Secretary of State John Kerry said here Thursday that despit! e reports to the contrary, there is “some progress” in the... read more »

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Mulayam Singh Yadav’s Party mulls withdrawing support to UPA govt

Rabri Devi Says “His Memory Is Fading” to Mulayam Sin...

Patna: A day after after Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament, former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi, on Thursday, said Mulayam Singh... read more »

BJP's BS Yeddyurappa Can Take Floor Test Tomorrow, Suggests Supreme Court: 10 Facts

BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa Can Take Floor Test Tom...

The BS Yeddyurappa government will prove its majority only on the floor of the house, his lawyer argued before the Supreme Court today. Three judges... read more »

PM Narendra Modi Breaks Silence on Kathua, Unnao Rapes,...

In the face of widespread public criticism of his silence in the face of the gang rape of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir and of a minor... read more »

Delhi HC set aside ECI Order disqualifying 20 AAP MLAs

The Delhi High Court on Friday quashed the notification issued by President Ram Nath Kovind to disqualify 20 Aam Admi Party (AAP) MLAs following such a... read more »

Narendra Modi in Gujarat stay: Gives prayer at Dwarka, ...

Top Minister Narendra Modi is on a two-day tour of the election-sure state of gujarat. he reached jamnagar this morning. that is the second one go to of the... read more »

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Religion

Diwali not so happy for heart, diabetic patients

Tamil Nadu celebrates Diwali with traditional fervour

Chennai – People in Tamil Nadu Saturday woke up to the sounds of crackers on the occasion of Diwali, the festival of lights. Children burst fire crackers and adults performed puja at home.... read more »

It's Diwali for Vrindavan widows too, this year

It’s Diwali for Vrindavan widows too, this y...

By Brij Khandelwal Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh) – Thousands of widows of Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh will, for the first time, celebrate Diwali... read more »

Indian women celebrate Karva Chauth

Indian women celebrate Karva Chauth

PUNE – It will be a day of fasting for several married women across the city on Tuesday as they celebrate Karva Chauth, to pray for the safety and long... read more »

10 million to gather for 2015 Nashik Kumbh Mela

10 million to gather for 2015 Nashik Kumbh Mela

Mumbai – The Maharashtra government is gearing up to receive over 10 million pilgrims for the 2015 Kumbh Mela, scheduled after 12 years in the small... read more »

Haj enters final stage with stoning ritual

Haj enters final stage with stoning ritual

Jeddah – Over a million Muslims, including more than a lakh Indians, on Tuesday participated in the symbolic stoning of the devil in Mina Valley of... read more »

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Mars Mission completes 300 days in space

In a major boost to the Indian scientific community, the Mars Orbiter Mission (Mangalyaan), on its maiden tryst with the red planet, has completed 300 days of its journey in space and is just 23... read more »

NASA’s Mars rover gets ready to have its ...

NASA’s Mars rover team has decided to reformat Opportunity’s flash memory, it has been reported. An increasing frequency of computer... read more »

New experiment to test the nature of our universe

WASHINGTON: A unique experiment called theHolometer has started collecting data that will answer some mind-bending questions about our universe — including... read more »

How Do Monster Black Holes Form? New Find May Provide &...

Black holes are some of the strangest objects in the universe, and they typically fall into one of two size extremes: “small” ones that are dozens... read more »

First female winner for Fields maths medal

An Iranian mathematician working in the US has become the first ever female winner of the celebrated Fields Medal. In a landmark hailed as “long... read more »

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South Asia

High treason case: Musharraf challenges judges appointment

High treason case: Musharraf challenges judges appointment

Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf on Monday challenged the appointment of judges and a prosecutor to try him for high treason, just hours before appearing in a special court... read more »

Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf faces treason trial

Musharraf challenges treason trial in special civi...

Islamabad – Former Pakistan president military ruler General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has challenged his trial for treason in a civilian... read more »

India willing to buy power from Nepal: Farooq Abdullah

India willing to buy power from Nepal: Farooq Abdullah

Kathmandu – India is willing to invest in Nepal’s potential hydropower sector and purchase electricity generated in the Himalayan country,... read more »

Musharraf challenges treason trial in civilian court

Musharraf challenges treason trial in civilian court

Pakistan’s former ruler Pervez Musharraf on Saturday challenged the formation of a special court to try him for high treason, saying he had imposed... read more »

Rajapaksa calls for home-grown solution for Tamils issu...

Rajapaksa calls for home-grown solution for Tamils issue

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has invited main Tamil party leaders, including Chief Minister of the northern province C V Wigneswaran, to join hands... read more »

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Abhinav Bindra shoots gold as India finish on top

NEW DELHI: It is rare to see Abhinav Bindra pumping his fist in air after winning a medal. The Beijing Olympics gold medallist did just that after shooting his last shot in the final of men’s... read more »

Jagmohan Dalmiya: The man who drove BCCI forward a...

Kolkata: President Jagmohan Dalmiya, who passed away in Kolkata today, will forever be remembered as the man who made Indian cricket a self... read more »

This day, that year: Yuvraj Singh hits six sixes off St...

For whatever he has achieved as an Indian cricketer, Yuvraj Singh will perhaps most be associated with September 19, 2007. For it was on this unforgettable... read more »

Hockey India upholds Gurbaj Singh ban, player to move c...

Hockey India decided to uphold the nine-month ban imposed on midfielder Gurbaj Singh, after they found his appeal and explanation unsatisfactory. The decision... read more »

Ajinkya Rahane honoured with life membership by CCI

Ajinkya Rahane, India’s most consistent batsman in the last couple of years, has been conferred with the honorary life membership by the Cricket Club of... read more »

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Places to visit near Ahmedabad for long breaks

From glimpses of wildlife at Gir National Park to exploring the architectural marvels of Ajanta and Ellora to the charming hill town of Mount Abu, there are a range of places to visit near... read more »

The top places to visit in Chennai

For the first-time visitor, there’s no dearth of places to visit in Chennai, the southernmost metro in India. The Tamil capital dazzles a... read more »

Things to do in Singapore for adventure lovers

Once you’ve had your fill of the classic things to do in Singapore, get adventurous and venture beyond the city’s everyday tourist attractions.... read more »

Gear up for monsoon travel

Travelling during the rainy season, right off the bat, sounds like something to be avoided like the plague. But imagine early morning fogs carpeting the... read more »

The best restaurants in the Andamans

Though there is nothing better than strolling into a small roadside shanty and letting the owner present his fresh local fare, some dining experiences are... read more »

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Kim Jong Un Nukes are a ‘Recipe For Disaster’, Says US Admiral?...

Singapore: The Top us Military Commander within the pacific warned the scenario in north korea is a “Recipe for Disaster”, because the vicinity prepares for Donald Trump’s first go to as... read more »

China’s Prospects are Bright but Challenges ...

Beijing: Chinese president Xi jinping on wednesday entreated a Reinvigorated communist party to take on a more forceful position in society and... read more »

Judge Blocks Latest TRUMP Travel Ban, Says it has Same ...

A federal choose in hawaii blocked maximum of president donald trump’s trendy journey Ban Tuesday, simply hours before it became set to take impact,... read more »

Frustrated By “Congress”, TRUMP Signs Order...

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an order to make it less complicated for Americans to buy Naked-Bones medical health insurance plans, using his... read more »

TRUMP Challenges Cabinet Member’s “IQ”...

The past few days have been in particular chaotic, even for a president who seems to thrive on self-created chaos. There is been a feud with a key Republican... read more »

A Guide to Keeping Your Business’s Data Secure

No matter your industry, you want to keep your business’s data protected and secure from any breach or attack that could come your way. More and more businesses are choosing to store... read more »

Millennial experience significantly more heart symptoms than older age group, reveals the ...

  ManipalCigna Health Insurance, a joint venture between U.S. based global health service leader, Cigna Corporation (NYSE:CI), and Indian conglomerate Manipal Group and TTK Group in... read more »

Understanding Network Marketing: The 3 Types of Systems

If you’ve ever heard of Avon, LuLaRoe, Amway, Mary Kay, or Tupperware, you’re familiar with multi-level marketing companies, also known as network marketing. Despite the negative... read more »

All You Need To Know About Professional Indemnity Insurance Cover

What is Professional Indemnity Insurance ? Professional Indemnity cover is designed to protect those professionals who are involved in  giving advice or providing a service as a part of... read more »

Face Recognition to Mobile Alerts- GPS Tracker That Aids All Your...

“When you think of GPS, you think of a map of technological advancements that gets you anywhere in the world.” Human lives are already filled with responsibilities and commitments. How can we... read more »