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  • Trudeau to US: Canada is no mouse, more like moose New York , July 15 : Focusing on the need for shared economic priorities between two countries – Canada and the United States (US), Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made it clear that his nation would not be cowed or “moused” out of repre…
  • Russia warns to expel Americans over diplomatic dispute New York , July 15 : Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the country was prepared to banish American diplomats if the United States (US) does not undo its decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats and block access to Russian diplomatic e…
  • Fire in high-rise apartment building in Honolulu kills three New York , July 15 : At least three people were killed on Friday after a broke outfire in a high-rise apartment building in Honolulu, Hawaii.Several others are feared trapped in surrounding units and the death toll is likely to rise, reports the F…
  • China concerned about Pakistan’s corruption affecting CPEC Brussels , July 15 : China is concerned about the impact of Pakistan’s rampant corruption on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), according to a leading European expert on South Asian affairs.Dr. Siegfried O. Wolf, a senior researcher …
  • 8 killed due to rianstorms in China Changchun (Jilin) , July 15 : Eight people were killed due to rainstorms in northeast China’s Jilin Province.Provincial flood control authorities said that torrential rain battered central and eastern Jilin on Thursday and Friday, forcing reloc…
  • Fire in high-rise apartment building in Honolulu kills three New York , July 15 : At least three people were killed on Friday after a broke outfire in a high-rise apartment building in Honolulu, Hawaii.Several others are feared trapped in surrounding units and the death toll is likely to rise, reports the F…
  • China concerned about Pakistan’s corruption affecting CPEC Brussels , July 15 : China is concerned about the impact of Pakistan’s rampant corruption on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), according to a leading European expert on South Asian affairs.Dr. Siegfried O. Wolf, a senior researcher …
  • 8 killed due to rianstorms in China Changchun (Jilin) , July 15 : Eight people were killed due to rainstorms in northeast China’s Jilin Province.Provincial flood control authorities said that torrential rain battered central and eastern Jilin on Thursday and Friday, forcing reloc…
  • Russia warns to expel Americans over diplomatic dispute New York , July 15 : Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the country was prepared to banish American diplomats if the United States (US) does not undo its decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats and block access to Russian diplomatic e…
  • London: Two minors arrested in connection with acid attacks New York , July 15 : The police on Friday arrested two minors for their alleged involvement in the string of acid attacks that ripped London on Thursday in just over an hour.According to the police, a 16-year-old boy was taken into custody on grou…
  • Tejashwi Yadav’s name plate covered, later removed at ‘Vishwa Yuva Kaushal Divas’ Patna (Bihar) , July 15 : Giving shape to rumors of a rift between the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Janata Dal (United) (JDU), Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav did not attend a ‘Vishwa Yuva Kaushal Divas’ event on Saturday as his na…
  • Exact terror outfit unknown: J-K DGP on Tral encounter Darjeeling (West Bengal) July 15 : Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) S.P. Vaid on Saturday said that the Tral encounter is still on, and added that the name of outfit is unknown, but could be the Jaish-e-Mohammed.”The encounter…
  • Cases of desecration of religious places in Goa solved: Goa DGP Panaji (Goa) July 15 : Director General of Police (DGP) of Goa Muktesh Chander on Saturday said that the recent cases of desecration of religious places in the state have been resolved.”Recent cases of desecration of religious places in Goa are…
  • Mehbooba Mufti to meet Rajnath Singh in Delhi New Delhi , July 15 : Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who is in the national capital, will meet Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday.Both the leaders are expected to discuss the ongoing chaos going on in the Valley. Kas…
  • 3.3 magnitude earthquake hits Himachal Pradesh Sirmaur (Himachal Pradesh) July 15 : An earthquake of 3.3 magnitude hit Himachal Pradesh’s Sirmaur district today around 7:55 a.m.Earlier, a major earthquake of 5.2 magnitude hit Jammu and Kashmir along the India-Pakistan border on July 8.Meanw…
  • Kishore Kumar’s house will not be demolished: Khandwa collector Khandwa (Madhya Pradesh) , July 15 : Khandwa collector Abhishek Singh on Saturday said the house of legendary singer Kishore Kumar will not be demolished.Considering people’s emotions connected with the singer, the collector has put a stay on th…
  • Myanmar is a ‘key pillar’ of India’s Act East Policy: PM Modi New Delhi July 15 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday expressed his firm commitment to strengthen the bilateral relationship between India and Myanmar in all areas and also described Myanmar as a ‘key pillar’ of India’s ‘Act East’ policy…
  • LS Speaker to chair all party meet tomorrow ahead of parliament’s Monsoon session New Delhi July 15 : Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Saturday called for an all party meeting tomorrow.During the meeting, Mahajan will seek cooperation from floor leaders of different parties in the Lok Sabha to ensure smooth transaction o…
  • Punjab: Woman beaten up by in-laws over dowry demand Patiala (Punjab) July 15 : The evil of dowry seems to be still deep-rooted in the soil of India.Recently, a video has went viral in which a woman is being beaten up by her brother-in-law and his friends in Punjab’s Patiala, allegedly for giving…
  • J-K: Two terrorists killed in encounter, ops underway Tral (Jammu and Kashmir) , July 15 : Two terrorist have been killed in an encounter with security forces in Satora area of Jammu and Kashmir’s Tral.The operation is underway. Yesterday, a terrorist was arrested in the Sambal area of Jammu and Ka…
  • Strong friendships in office among women may reduce conflicts New York , July 15 : Attention women! It’s time for you to make friends in your office as a study has found that strong friendships among women co-workers, especially in male dominated organisations, are less likely to experience conflicts.Researc…
  • IIFA 2017: Varun Dhawan shares experience of performing at Times Square New York , July 15 : B-town’s youth icon Varun Dhawan, who enthralled one and all present in Times Square with his energetic performance at IIFA Stomp, says it was an ‘amazing’ experience for him.Sporting an off-white attire and brown boots, he dan…
  • KJo walks IIFA ROCKS green carpet in red New York , July 15 : Known for being a fashion critique in Indian Film Industry, director Karan Johar looked dapper in red suit at IIFA ROCKS 2017 green carpet.The host for the main IIFA Awards night, KJo slayed in red coat. The ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushki…
  • Happy to be hosting IIFA after long: Saif Ali Khan New York , July 15 : Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan, who will join the inimitable Karan Johar to host the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards here, says the event is going to be a lot of fun as the two have worked hard…
  • Being in New York for IIFA is like being at home: Alia Bhatt New York , July 15 : Excited about being in New York for IIFA, actress Alia Bhatt, who has collaborated with the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) for the first time this year, said being in the “Big Apple” for the event is like being at ho…
  • Strong friendships in office among women may reduce conflicts New York , July 15 : Attention women! It’s time for you to make friends in your office as a study has found that strong friendships among women co-workers, especially in male dominated organisations, are less likely to experience conflicts.Researc…
  • IIFA 2017: Varun Dhawan shares experience of performing at Times Square New York , July 15 : B-town’s youth icon Varun Dhawan, who enthralled one and all present in Times Square with his energetic performance at IIFA Stomp, says it was an ‘amazing’ experience for him.Sporting an off-white attire and brown boots, he dan…
  • Being in New York for IIFA is like being at home: Alia Bhatt New York , July 15 : Excited about being in New York for IIFA, actress Alia Bhatt, who has collaborated with the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) for the first time this year, said being in the “Big Apple” for the event is like being at ho…
  • Happy to be hosting IIFA after long: Saif Ali Khan New York , July 15 : Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan, who will join the inimitable Karan Johar to host the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards here, says the event is going to be a lot of fun as the two have worked hard…
  • KJo walks IIFA ROCKS green carpet in red New York , July 15 : Known for being a fashion critique in Indian Film Industry, director Karan Johar looked dapper in red suit at IIFA ROCKS 2017 green carpet.The host for the main IIFA Awards night, KJo slayed in red coat. The ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushki…
  • Strong friendships in office among women may reduce conflicts New York , July 15 : Attention women! It’s time for you to make friends in your office as a study has found that strong friendships among women co-workers, especially in male dominated organisations, are less likely to experience conflicts.Researc…
  • IIFA 2017: Varun Dhawan shares experience of performing at Times Square New York , July 15 : B-town’s youth icon Varun Dhawan, who enthralled one and all present in Times Square with his energetic performance at IIFA Stomp, says it was an ‘amazing’ experience for him.Sporting an off-white attire and brown boots, he dan…
  • KJo walks IIFA ROCKS green carpet in red New York , July 15 : Known for being a fashion critique in Indian Film Industry, director Karan Johar looked dapper in red suit at IIFA ROCKS 2017 green carpet.The host for the main IIFA Awards night, KJo slayed in red coat. The ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushki…
  • Happy to be hosting IIFA after long: Saif Ali Khan New York , July 15 : Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan, who will join the inimitable Karan Johar to host the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards here, says the event is going to be a lot of fun as the two have worked hard…
  • Being in New York for IIFA is like being at home: Alia Bhatt New York , July 15 : Excited about being in New York for IIFA, actress Alia Bhatt, who has collaborated with the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) for the first time this year, said being in the “Big Apple” for the event is like being at ho…
  • Trudeau to US: Canada is no mouse, more like moose New York , July 15 : Focusing on the need for shared economic priorities between two countries – Canada and the United States (US), Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made it clear that his nation would not be cowed or “moused” out of repre…
  • Russia warns to expel Americans over diplomatic dispute New York , July 15 : Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the country was prepared to banish American diplomats if the United States (US) does not undo its decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats and block access to Russian diplomatic e…
  • Fire in high-rise apartment building in Honolulu kills three New York , July 15 : At least three people were killed on Friday after a broke outfire in a high-rise apartment building in Honolulu, Hawaii.Several others are feared trapped in surrounding units and the death toll is likely to rise, reports the F…
  • China concerned about Pakistan’s corruption affecting CPEC Brussels , July 15 : China is concerned about the impact of Pakistan’s rampant corruption on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), according to a leading European expert on South Asian affairs.Dr. Siegfried O. Wolf, a senior researcher …
  • 8 killed due to rianstorms in China Changchun (Jilin) , July 15 : Eight people were killed due to rainstorms in northeast China’s Jilin Province.Provincial flood control authorities said that torrential rain battered central and eastern Jilin on Thursday and Friday, forcing reloc…
  • 2.1 billion people lack safe drinking water at home, more than twice as many lack safe sanitation Geneva , July 13 : Some three in ten people worldwide, or 2.1 billion, lack access to safe, readily available water at home, and 6 in 10, or 4.5 billion, lack safely managed sanitation, according to a new report by …
  • Brain tumor next to the brain stem treated with Radio Surgery New Delhi , July 13 : In an exemplary case of medical excellence in the treatment of brain tumors, doctors at Venkateshwar Hospital, New Delhi recently helped a 55-year-old woman combat a serious brain tumor, which was leading to progressively …
  • Moms-to-be, you may be putting your sons at risk Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : Planning a baby? You may want to shed those extra kilos as a recent study has linked maternal obesity during pregnancy to behavioural problems in sons.The study found that the heavier mothers were when they entered pregn…
  • Tumour-targeting drug paves way for bone cancer treatment Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : The treatment of osteosarcoma, the most common tumour of bone, is challenging, but a new study is offering hope to the patients with this disease.The study led by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre found t…
  • Tall, obese men at higher prostate cancer death risk Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : Men who are tall and obese are at an increased risk of high grade prostate cancer and prostate cancer death, according to a recent study.The team led by the University of Oxford, UK found that while height was not associ…
  • Tiny human heart made from rat organ could help put new drugs to test Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : A miniature human heart has been created in the laboratory from a rat’s heart in a breakthrough that could one day revolutionise transplants.The mini human heart, which was created by introducing human cells into the mat…
  • Here’s how diabetes puts you at tooth loss risk Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : Good dental care is extremely important for diabetics as according to a recent study, the disease can risk a patient’s oral health.The University of Pennsylvania researchers found that the oral microbiome is affected by …
  • Cyberattacks can put public health at risk Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : Recent ransomware attacks like ‘WannaCry’ and ‘Petya’ are highlighting the growing threats against health care information systems.Researchers William J. Gordon and Adam Landman from Brigham and Women’s Hospital authored…
  • Switching immune system off can turn HIV protection on Washington D.C. , Jul 12 : A vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS has come closer to reality after a recent study found that the immune system may keep body from neutralizing HIV-1 virus.Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Med…
  • Be generous to lead a happier life! Washington D.C. , July 12 : Hence proved! People concerned about the well being of others are happier than those who focus only on their own advancement.Generosity makes people happier, even if they are only a little generous. People who act solel…
  • Women’s WC: `Injured` Lanning ruled out of Proteas clash South Africa , July 15 : Australian women’s cricket team suffered a major blow as skipper Meg Lanning was ruled out of the side’s final Women’s World Cup group stage fixture against South Africa due to a shoulder injury.The 25-year-old, w…
  • Mayweather uses homophobic slur after accusing McGregor of racism London , July 15 : American boxing star Floyd Mayweather attacked MMA star Conor McGregor with a homophobic slur after accusing him of racism during the media tour at the Wembley Arena on Friday to promote their Las Vegas fight.The much awaited bat…
  • Ageless Venus Williams targets sixth Wimbledon title London , July 15 : Undaunted by age, seven-time Grand Slam Champion Venus Williams will aim to lift her sixth Wimbledon title when she takes on 14th-seeded Garbine Muguruza of Spain in the finals of the women’s singles event on Centre Court here t…
  • Ageless Venus Williams targets sixth Wimbledon title London , July 15 : Undaunted by age, seven-time Grand Slam Champion Venus Williams will aim to lift her sixth Wimbledon title when she takes on 14th-seeded Garbine Muguruza of Spain in the finals of the women’s singles event on Centre Court here t…
  • Shaze Challengers edge out Dabang Smashers TTC 15-12 in UTT thriller Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , July 15 : Shaze Challengers edged out Dabang Smashers TTC 15-12 in a thrilling tie on Day 2 of the Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) at the Nehru Indoor Stadium in Chennai on Friday.Portuguese world No. 14 Marcos Freitas put Dab…
  • Federer to face Cilic in Wimbledon final London , July 15 : 18-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer defeated Czech Tomas Berdych in straight-sets on Friday to enter his 11th Wimbledon final.Federer defeated 11th-seeded Berdych 7-6(4), 7-6(4) 6-4 in the semi-final contest that lasted for…
  • Alexandre Guimaraes to remain Mumbai City FC head coach in ISL-IV Mumbai (Maharashtra) , July 14 : Alexandre Guimaraes has been re-appointed as head coach of Mumbai City FC moving into the fourth edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) scheduled to start in November this year.Alexandre led Mumbai City FC to t…
  • Female players `love` Andy Murray: Serena Williams Johannesburg , July 14 : Seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has said that all women players “love” Andy Murray as he has always “spoken up for women’s issues”.Defence champion Murray, whose title defence came to end at the hand…
  • SC accepts Anurag Thakur’s fresh apology in contempt case New Delhi , July 14 : The Supreme Court on Friday accepted former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Anurag Thakur’s fresh unconditional apology for filing a false affidavit in connection with a contempt case against him.The …
  • SC issues notice to N. Srinivasan, Niranjan Shah on CoA’s complaint New Delhi , July 14 : The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief N.Srinivasan and Niranjan Shah for participating in the June 26 Special General Meeting (SGM) as a nominee of state asso…
  • IIFA Rocks 2017: Katrina gives saree a ‘golden’ twist New Delhi , July 15 : Glamour takes IIFA by storm as Bollywood celebrities dress up to their best.The green carpet event for IIFA Rocks was held in NYC and who’s who of Bollywood graced the event. Katrina Kaif attended the occasion wearing Abu J…
  • Extra martial sex: A popular choice among elderly people! London , July 13, 2017 : Hard to believe isn’t? But a new study has revealed that older people are cheating on their spouses much more than their younger counterparts.According to the research, published by the Institute for Family Studies, 20 perc…
  • Revival of art to impart education and peace Karachi (, July 13 : The Directorate of Culture, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has come out with an aim to revive this decaying art of Peshawar live theatre, which once played a crucial role in creating awareness among the people, respecting the cultura…
  • Big Little Book Award is back with its second edition New Delhi July 13 : Tata Trust’s Parag Initiative is back with the second edition of Big Little Book Award (BLBA), which works as a platform to honour regional language writers and this year’s selected language is Bengali.Reading habit is impor…
  • Oxford Bookstore might award you! New Delhi , July 13 : Delhi’s renowned Oxford Bookstore, known for its variety in books available in different genres, announced its third edition of Oxford Bookstore Book Cover Prize, 2017 edition.Oxford Bookstore Book Cover Prize is an annual …
  • Witness Indian haldi in Norway, courtesy art-work New Delhi , July 13 : Imagine a turmeric-filled cliff rock! Such a piece of art was witnessed by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in the national capital, last month.According to their official website, ‘Norway in India’, it was a photograph of a cl…
  • Men, don’t let Monsoon dampen your work look By Pallavi Aman Singh@ New Delhi , Jul 13 : Keeping your style game on in Monsoon can be quite a task, especially when it comes to dressing for the office, but as they say – “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass; it’s about learning to…
  • New ‘hands-free’ instrument lets you create music by thought alone Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : A newly-developed hands-free musical instrument that now allows people to make music with their minds is bringing a new meaning to “straight off the dome.” Researchers hope that this new instrument will help empower and …
  • Global warming threatening European wine industry Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : Wine lovers may soon be left wanting for more as a recent study has found that rising temperatures are affecting wine production from hotter countries.Slight increases in temperature in Mediterranean regions from global …
  • Once-a-week sex can help women slow down ageing clock Washington D.C. , Jul 13 : Women, you may want to start being active between the sheets as a recent study has revealed that having sex at least once a week slows down ageing.Researchers from the University of California in San Francisco analyzed p…