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  • Have you seen trap, asks ‘Aksar 2’ New Delhi , June 26 : After making quite a buzz in 2006, ‘Aksar’ is back with its sequel, starring Zareen Khan and Gautam Rode.The makers have come up with a teaser trailer today, with a question, “How often do you see the trap?” If you remember…
  • Turns out, there were two Harry Potters all along! New Delhi , Jun 26 : It’s been twenty years since the first ‘Harry Potter’ book hit the shelves, but we still keep learning new things about JK Rowling’s magical world.In a new post shared on her Pottermore blog, the 51-year-old novelist reveale…
  • VIP 2: Dhanush, Kajol share crackling chemistry, star power in official trailer New Delhi , June 26 : ‘VIP 2’ has been in news ever since its teaser was introduced. The chemistry and star power of Kajol and Dhanush have been expected to make it a rivetting watch. The anticipation has now increased manifold with the launch o…
  • ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ trailer teases ‘farewell’ to Bellas! Washington D.C. , June 26 : Attention Bellas! Finally, the official trailer of ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ has dropped, offering that the threequel is all set to bid ‘farewell’ to the trilogy.The trailer shows that the singers are struggling to succeed in t…
  • Sidharth, Jacqueline are on the run in poster of ‘A Gentleman’ New Delhi , June 25 : The first look of upcoming Bollywood flick ‘A Gentleman’ starring Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez is out! The movie’s lead actress Jacqueline unveiled the first look with a motion poster through her Instagram acc…
  • Chandan Prabhakar is back on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ New Delhi , June 25 : Kapil Sharma’s childhood buddy and co-star Chandan Prabhakar aka Chandu chaiwallah is back on the comedy show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show.’ After much apprehensions around Chandan breaking all ties with Kapil after the fight bet…
  • T’wood actor Ravi Teja’s brother B Bharath Raj dies in road accident Telangana , June 25 : Tollywood actor Ravi Teja’s brother B Bharath Raj died in a road accident after his car hit a parked lorry in outer ring road, Hyderabad, Saturday night.According to Mahesh, Insepctor, RGI Airport, “At around10 pm, B Bharat…
  • Thugs of Hindostan: Katrina and ‘deep blue sea’ New Delhi , June 25 : Katrina Kaif, who is currently shooting for ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ in Malta, has taken some time off from her busy schedule to hit the beach.In a recent Instagram post, the actress is seen in a messy look, enjoying the “deep …
  • Even if you exercise, prolonged sitting is harmful: Study New York , June 25 : The harmful effects of too much sitting are clear. A new research now shows prolonged sitting may be harmful, even if you exercise regularly. Pooling results from more than 40 studies, researchers concluded that the more time p…
  • Farhan won’t exploit Preity Zinta: Richa Chadha on ‘Inside Edge’ New Delhi , June 25 : Richa Chadha spoke about her character in Farhan Akhtar’s upcoming web series ‘Inside Edge,’ which was rumoured to have resembles to IPL franchise ‘Kings XI Punjab’ owner Preity Zinta.The show will see the ‘Maasan’ actress …
  • Untreated polyarthritis can deform joints permanently New Delhi , June 26 : Chikungunya, the bone breaking fever, being one of the reasons for polyarthritis , may become a rampant disorder.It is a condition, which if left untreated, can lead to permanent joint distortions. Polyarthritis, also refer…
  • Boozing makes ageing clock tick faster Washington D.C. , Jun 26 : Next time you reach for that glass of whiskey, you may want to rethink as a recent research has revealed that the more alcohol you drink, the more your cells appear to age.In the study that will be shared at the 40th ann…
  • Wound healing goes up in cigarette smoke Washington D.C. , Jun 26 : When it comes to wound healing, vaping may be better than cigarette smoking, according to a recent research.The laboratory study reveals that cigarette smoke completely prevented wound healing at concentrations over 20% …
  • Improving cancer detection with help of body noise Washington D.C. , Jun 26 : According to a recent research, body’s own ‘seismic noise’ can help improve the cancer detection.Elastography, sometimes referred as seismology of the human body, is an emerging technology used to enhance medical ultraso…
  • Excessive texting is bad for your wrists New York , June 25 : Texting, the thing we do most with our phones, takes a toll on our health. Some doctors point to how smartphone users have reported soreness or numbness in their hands and wrists after texting for an extended period of time.”I …
  • Ozone exposure ups autism odds in at-risk people Washington D.C. , Jun 24 : Elevated exposure to ozone can put individuals with high levels of genetic variation at an even higher risk for developing autism than would be expected by adding the two risk factors together, according to a recent anal…
  • Anti-epilepsy drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease? Washington D.C. , June 24 : According to a recent study, the scientists have tested an anti-epileptic drug for its potential impact on the brain activity of patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease.The team led by Daniel Z. Press, MD, of the Berenso…
  • Targeted drug gives assured benefits in rare advanced kidney cancer Washington D.C. , June 24 : People suffering from advanced kidney cancer, we have some good news for you. According to a recent study, some patients with a form of advanced kidney cancer that carries a poor prognosis benefited from an experimental…
  • Leisure activities can lower blood pressure in Alzheimer’s caregivers Washington D.C. , June 24 : In a recent study, leisure activities like going for a walk outside, reading, listening to music and other fun activities can reduce blood pressure for elderly caregivers of spouses with Alzheimer’s disease.According to…
  • Take these measures to keep oral cancer at bay New Delhi , June 23 : Oral Cancer is one of the most prevalent forms of cancer in India. Evidence suggests that India bears the largest burden of oral cancers in the world, with an incidence of around 11.28 percent in Indian men.It is pertinent …
  • Serena will be ranked 700 if she plays men’s circuit: McEnroe Johannesburg , June 26 : Tennis legend John McEnroe has claimed that Serena Williams, who is the best player of her gender, would be ranked 700 in the men’s circuit.The seven-time major champion, speaking as part of a tour to promote his …
  • Sports fraternity extends greetings on `Eid-ul-Fitr` New Delhi , June 26 : The sports fraternity has come in unison to extend their warm wishes on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.From former Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif to legendary speedster Shoaib Akhtar, all took to their social media …
  • De Villiers to decide his cricketing future in August Johannesburg , June 26 : South Africa skipper AB de Villiers, who was in England for a T20 and Test series, has left the tour, saying that he would meet Cricket South Africa (CSA) officials in August to chart his future in international c…
  • Feliciano Lopez fends off Marin Cilicto lift Queen’s Club trophy Johannesburg , June 26 : Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez produced a spirited performance as he bounced back from a set down to defeat Croatia’s Marin Cilic and lift the Aegon Championships title at Queen’s Club last evening.After going do…
  • Feliciano Lopez fends off Marin Cilicto lift Queen’s Club trophy Johannesburg , June 26 : Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez produced a spirited performance as he bounced back from a set down to defeat Croatia’s Marin Cilic and lift the Aegon Championships title at Queen’s Club last evening.After going do…
  • ICC Women’s WC: Aussies, Windies prepare to start campaigns Dubai , June 26 : Four years on from their ICC Women’s World Cup success in Mumbai, Australia will once again meet the team they defeated in the final, West Indies, as they begin the defence of their title in Taunton on Monday.And these two high-q…
  • Rahane, Kuldeep star in India’s second ODI win against West Indies Port of Spain , June 26 : India won the second ODI against West Indies by a margin of 105 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series here at the Queen’s Park Oval on Sunday.The first match on Friday was abandoned due to rain. The…
  • ISSF Junior World Championship: Yashaswini Singh Deswal bags gold in 10m air pistol New Delhi , June. 26 : Chandigarh’s 20-year old Yashaswini Singh Deswal was crowned Junior World Champion in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol at the end of day two of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Junior World Championship Rifle/P…
  • Kohli becomes second most followed Indian on Facebook New Delhi , June 25 : Despite the ongoing controversy surrounding Anil Kumble’s exit from the post of the Indian cricket team’s head coach, swashbuckling skipper Virat Kohli’s popularity continues to grow.The 28-year-old has added one more feath…
  • Federer crushes Zverev to clinch ninth Halle title Halle , June 25 : Swiss maestro Roger Federer on Sunday came out with a ruthless performance against Alexander Zverev in straight sets to win the men’s singles title of the Gerry Weber Open.Federer defeated fourth seeded Zverev 6-1, 6-3 in the…
  • Femina Miss India 2017 gets its winners New Delhi , June 26 : Femina Miss India 2017 has finally got its three new faces, with the glamorous finale last night.The winners are Manushi Chellar from Haryana (Miss India-World), Sana Dua from Kashmir (first runner up) and Priyanka Kumari f…
  • 5 apps to book your monsoon travel New Delhi , Jun 25 : The monsoon is approaching the parts of the country swiftly and building a pleasant and pleasing environment for people to hit the roads.The rainy weather and the refreshing breeze make a perfect combination for travellers t…
  • Digitisation of handmade industry is finally here New Delhi , Jun 25 : India is essentially a hub, when it comes to the creation of handmade products, a category which is extremely extensive and is known to include a myriad of skills, such as gold designing, creation of customised luxury produc…
  • Find out if you’re dating a commitment phobe! London , June 25 : Getting into a serious relationship is itself a major decision. But what if your partner falls into the most dreaded of all dating categories – commitment phobic? Luckily, Femail’s sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox has compi…
  • Study decodes genome of ancient Egyptians with unexpected results New York , June 25 : A team of scientists has found ancient Egyptians and their modern counterparts share less in common.Researchers from the University of Tuebingen and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, both in Ger…
  • Children drinking non-cow milk little shorter than peers New York , June 25 : A new study suggests drinking non-cow milk- soy, almond or rice milks – is linked to shorter kids.The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that each daily cup of non-cow’s milk consumed was asso…
  • Millenials use public library the most: Study New York , June 25 : It might sound unreal but a recent report suggests those selfie-snapping, blog-posting millennials are the generation most likely to visit a public library.A public library may conjure up an image of a place where a septuagenar…
  • Gurgaon gets yet another partyscape with ‘Lord of the Drinks – Barrel House’ New Delhi , June 24 : After mesmerizing Delhiites with its energetic vibe, delectable food and spectacular ambience at CP, Hauz Khas and Nehru Place, ‘Lord of The Drinks – Barrel House’ is now all set to pulsate the vibes of the residents of Gur…
  • Here’s why following a friend in a car is risky Washington D.C. , Jun 24 : Drivers who follow another car to a destination are more likely to drive dangerously, according to a recent study.”We have found that when someone is asked to follow another vehicle, it can lead to them engaging in risky…
  • Here’s why you should be yourself at work Washington D.C. , Jun 24 : When it comes to your career, you may want to come out of the closet, according to a recent study.The University of Exeter research found that hiding your true self at work can damage your career and reduce your sense of…