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  • ‘Commando 2’ will surprise audience with its action: Vidyut Jammwal Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Feb. 21 : After winning hearts in actioner ‘Commando’, now actor Vidyut Jammwal is back with his new upcoming Bollywood flick ‘Commando 2: The Black Money Trail’, claiming that the audience must gear up for plenty of actio…
  • That’s Parineeti giving us some real Travel goals! New Delhi , Feb 21. : We bet none could have escaped making travel goals after watching Zoya Akhtar’s ‘Dil Dhadakne’ and looks like Parineeti Chopra is no different! The Daawat-e-Ishq actor, who is on a holidaying spree, took to Instagram to sha…
  • BMC elections 2017: Shah Rukh Khan casts his vote Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Feb. 21 : With many Bollywood actors promoting the message to exercise their right to vote, superstar Shah Rukh Khan too cast his vote for the 2017 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls in the Mount Marry church a…
  • Stephen Colbert mocks Donald Trump for ‘Sweden Remark’ New Delhi , Feb 21. : With several folks from the Hollywood coming out in the open against Donald Trump, comedian Stephen Colbert took a nice jibe at the U.S.President. After President Trump spoke last week at a rally about “what’s happening las…
  • Akshay’s ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’ wraps up! New Delhi , Feb. 21 : Bollywood’s upcoming movie, ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’, based on Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan’ starring Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar has wrapped up its shooting.Khiladi Kumar took to Twitter by p…
  • #BMCelections: Veteran director Subhash Ghai steps out to vote Mumbai , Feb. 21 : Veteran director Subhash Ghai was amongst many B-town celebs, who went out in full force to cast their votes in BMC elections.Besides voting, Ghai voiced out his concern over corruption. “The corruption must end. This is the s…
  • Varun Dhawan not allowed to vote as name missing from voter list Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Feb. 21 : Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who went to cast vote in the 2017 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls, was not allowed as his name was missing from the voter list.”My name has unfortunately not shown up …
  • Swords and insanity take centre stage in new ‘King Arthur’ trailer New Delhi , Feb. 21 : Bow Down! The King has arrived. Warner Bros. recently released the new trailer for highly-anticipated ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ and the fans are surely going insane with this one.The trailer goes into the journey o…
  • #BMCelections: B-town celebs step out to vote New Delhi , Feb. 21 : With polling commencing for the 227 municipal wards in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), B-town celebs also stepped out to cast their vote.From John Abraham to Ranveer Singh, stars even posted their pictures on …
  • SRK wishes team ‘Ittefaq’ on Day 1 of shoot New Delhi , Feb. 21 : The King of Bollywood, who is producing the official remake of 1969 Hindi murder mystery ‘Ittefaq’ starring Sidharth Malhotra and Sonakshi Sinha, recently dropped in on the sets as the team kickstarted the shoot.Shah Rukh K…
  • Maintenance program much needed to keep off pounds for long Washington D.C. , Feb. 21 : Only exercise is not enough to maintain that figure, which is an after effect of much toil and sweat! A study by American College of Physicians say that a weight loss program that incorporates a maintenance intervention…
  • Chronic knee pain may be treated online Washington D.C. , Feb. 21 : A study has found out that an online intervention, combining home exercise and pain-coping skills training, provided substantial clinical benefits for patients suffering from chronic knee pain.This model of care deliver…
  • Lack of physical activity reason behind rising orthopedic problems in India New Delhi , Feb. 20 : With rising life expectancy, increasingly sedentary lifestyles and surge in incidence of obesity, India is also witnessing a resultant rise in orthopedic problems as a natural corollary.Despite joint pain being highly debil…
  • Children inherit obesity from parents: Study Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 20 : A study reveals that 35-40 percent of a child’s ‘Body Mass Index’ – how fat or thin they are – is inherited from their parents.The study was published in journal Economics and Human Biology. The proportion rises to 55-6…
  • No difference between good or bad diet: Study New Delhi , Feb 20. : Ever faced a choice between Brown and white bread? Well few would doubt that the latter was more likely to contribute to obesity.But a new study suggests there is no such thing as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ bread when it comes to losi…
  • Don’t be so clean! Obsession with hygiene could kill benefial bacterias New Delhi , Feb 20. : Good news for all those lazy-headed not-really-a-cleanliness-freak out there! Scientists have found out that the obsession with hygiene could even be turning some beneficial bacteria found in the human gut into “endangered …
  • Nostalgic emotions evokes stronger urge to quit smoking New Delhi , Feb 20. : In order to persuade someone to quit smoking, it is the ’emotions’ that need to be triggered rather than inciting fear in an individual.A new study by Michigan State University researchers has found out the following which …
  • Gene editing can complement traditional food-animal improvements Washington D.C. , Feb. 19 : To boost sustainability of livestock production, a study finds that gene editing – one of the newest and most promising tools of biotechnology – enables animal breeders to make beneficial genetic changes, without bringi…
  • People with ADHD may have smaller brain volume New Delhi , Feb 19. : In a latest study it has been found out that people diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have smaller brain volume than those without the disorder.According to a study published in the medical jour…
  • Rejoice! Scientists may actually slow down ageing New Delhi , Feb 19. : What if we tell you that scientists can actually slow down the process of ageing. Sounds too good to be true right? A group of Russian and Swedish scientists published a breakthrough paper, reporting results of a joint stud…
  • Yo-Yo dieting might not be such a bad thing after all! London , Feb. 21 : Looks like Yo-Yo diet is not that bad! According to a report in the Mirror, a leading researcher in the US has found evidence suggesting yo-yo dieting is better than not dieting at all.On a related note, studies found that people…
  • Products students should have in their house as they prepare for exams New Delhi , Feb. 21 : As exams are just around the corner, many students would need to declutter their rooms and organise them in a better way so that they can focus only on their studies without getting distracted due to unmanaged stuff surroun…
  • Fifth edition of German SpringFest to be held on Feb 25-26 New Delhi , Feb.19 : The Embassy of Germany, the German School and the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) will jointly host a two-day German Springfest at the German House here on February 25 and 26 this year.The event showcase an exclusive…
  • Carl’s Jr. on an expansion spree; opens new outlet at ‘One Horizon Centre’ in Gurugram New Delhi , Feb 20 : After successful openings at their existing restaurants in Saket, Pacific Mall and Mall of India (Noida), Carl’s Jr.(Regd) , the iconic American burger chain is now bringing its bigger and better California-style burgers to …
  • Ever heard of tech savy parenting? Find out here! New Delhi , Feb. 20 : When every issue these days can be resolved with the help of your mobile phone, why can’t parenting be too? Tackling parenthood in today’s world is often a demanding endeavour.With the rise of the nuclear family, many a tim…
  • Woah! Here’s a t-shirt that can help you stay fit Washington D.C. , Feb. 19 : In first of its kind, Broadcast Wearables has come up with a smart fitness t-shirt that can be used for navigation and keep an account of the steps you take, calories burnt and floors climbed.The ‘SYGNAL Fitness T-shirt…
  • Friday Night Originals, a stage for independent music lovers New Delhi (India), Feb. 19 : Referred as India’s first original independent music startup, ‘Friday Night Originals’ has started with a vision to make original and independent music accessible to everyone.It is a platform for the upliftment of original …
  • Carl’s Jr. on an expansion spree; opens new outlet at ‘One Horizon Centre’ in Gurugram New Delhi , Feb 20 : After successful openings at their existing restaurants in Saket, Pacific Mall and Mall of India (Noida), Carl’s Jr.(Regd) , the iconic American burger chain is now bringing its bigger and better California-style burgers to …
  • Ever heard of tech savy parenting? Find out here! New Delhi , Feb. 20 : When every issue these days can be resolved with the help of your mobile phone, why can’t parenting be too? Tackling parenthood in today’s world is often a demanding endeavour.With the rise of the nuclear family, many a tim…
  • Woah! Here’s a t-shirt that can help you stay fit Washington D.C. , Feb. 19 : In first of its kind, Broadcast Wearables has come up with a smart fitness t-shirt that can be used for navigation and keep an account of the steps you take, calories burnt and floors climbed.The ‘SYGNAL Fitness T-shirt…