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  • Mild intensity earthquake hits Andaman Islands Andaman Islands , October 3 : An earthquake of mild intensity – of magnitude 4.5, yellow stage – hit the Andaman Islands on early Tuesday morning.No loss of life, injury or damage to property has been reported so far. Further details are awaited…
  • Supreme Court to continue hearing on Kerala Love Jihad Case New Delhi , October 3 : The Supreme Court will today continue the hearing on the Kerala Love Jihad case.Earlier, a group of people had submitted a petition to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan demanding a probe into the alleged unlawful incarcerat…
  • Srinagar: Terrorists attack BSF camp, one killed, two BSF troopers injured Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 3 : At least one terrorist was killed and two Border Security Force (BSF) troopers were injured when few terrorists tried to barge into the campus of the BSF 182 Bn near the Srinagar Airport outside the Air…
  • Three Kerala hospitals deny treatment to Tamil Nadu worker Thiruvanathapuram (Kerala) , October 3 : A worker from Tamil Nadu was on Monday denied treatment in three government hospitals in Kerala after he was attacked with a knife.Rajendran, 45, a native of the Arialur district in Tamil Nadu was attacke…
  • J-K: Terrorists attack BSF camp, one Fidayeen killed, three BSF troopers injured Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 3 : One Fidayeen was killed and three security personnel got injured after a group of terrorists attacked at the Border Security Force (BSF) camp of 182 Battalion, headquartered near the Srinagar Airport ou…
  • J-K: Terrorists attack BSF camp, one Fidayeen killed, three BSF troopers injured Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 3 : One Fidayeen was killed and three security personnel got injured after a group of terrorists attacked at the Border Security Force (BSF) camp of 182 Battalion, headquartered near the Srinagar Airport ou…
  • Three Kerala hospitals deny treatment to Tamil Nadu worker Thiruvanathapuram (Kerala) , October 3 : A worker from Tamil Nadu was on Monday denied treatment in three government hospitals in Kerala after he was attacked with a knife.Rajendran, 45, a native of the Arialur district in Tamil Nadu was attacke…
  • Mild intensity earthquake hits Andaman Islands Andaman Islands , October 3 : An earthquake of mild intensity – of magnitude 4.5, yellow stage – hit the Andaman Islands on early Tuesday morning.No loss of life, injury or damage to property has been reported so far. Further details are awaited…
  • Supreme Court to continue hearing on Kerala Love Jihad Case New Delhi , October 3 : The Supreme Court will today continue the hearing on the Kerala Love Jihad case.Earlier, a group of people had submitted a petition to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan demanding a probe into the alleged unlawful incarcerat…
  • Prakash Raj shouldn’t support people selectively: BJP Bangalore (Karnataka) , October 3 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday hit back at actor Prakash Raaj for selectively supporting the people over the death of journalists and for not targetting the state government over the issue.BJP lea…
  • Fictional depiction of autistic people reinforces stereotypes Washington D.C. , Sep 12 : A new research, that analysed 26 fictional autistic personalities from TV and film, suggests the characters are not fully representative of those with the condition.Experts have found that the characters tend to be unrea…
  • Contamination of eggs poses high risk to food safety New Delhi , Sep 11 : According to a research study, Indian poultry farms lack the technical knowhow of European nations and also follow poor rearing practices.There are chances that they could be using contaminated feeds or using feed ingredient…
  • Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash, Michael W Young win Nobel Prize in Medicine London , Oct 2 : Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young have been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. They have been given the honour “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms that control circadian rhythms.”…
  • Online shopping makes people weak and feeble, says Study London , Oct. 1 : The digital age is surely making shopping easier and accessible for many people. While the online stores are giving us convenience in many matters, they are ruining our muscles, according to a group of physiotherapists.According t…
  • The Running group can help you to quit smoking London , Sep 12 : Having difficulty in quitting smoking? Try Running as it can help you refrain. As per a recent UCB report, almost half of people who completed a 10-week program involving running were able to successfully quit smoking.Carly Priebe…
  • Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash, Michael W Young win Nobel Prize in Medicine London , Oct 2 : Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young have been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. They have been given the honour “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms that control circadian rhythms.”…
  • Online shopping makes people weak and feeble, says Study London , Oct. 1 : The digital age is surely making shopping easier and accessible for many people. While the online stores are giving us convenience in many matters, they are ruining our muscles, according to a group of physiotherapists.According t…
  • Fictional depiction of autistic people reinforces stereotypes Washington D.C. , Sep 12 : A new research, that analysed 26 fictional autistic personalities from TV and film, suggests the characters are not fully representative of those with the condition.Experts have found that the characters tend to be unrea…
  • The Running group can help you to quit smoking London , Sep 12 : Having difficulty in quitting smoking? Try Running as it can help you refrain. As per a recent UCB report, almost half of people who completed a 10-week program involving running were able to successfully quit smoking.Carly Priebe…
  • Contamination of eggs poses high risk to food safety New Delhi , Sep 11 : According to a research study, Indian poultry farms lack the technical knowhow of European nations and also follow poor rearing practices.There are chances that they could be using contaminated feeds or using feed ingredient…
  • Savor the finest culinary traditions of pan Asian cuisine with ‘Twist’ New Delhi , Oct 2 : Planning a twist in your long extended weekend? If yes, then reinvent yourself and indulge in the delight of a vibrant Chinese-inspired restaurant Twist at DLF Cyber Hub Gurgaon.Featuring flavors from the entire Asian region …
  • Experience various facets, themes of life at `Creciente` New Delhi , Oct 2 : An exhibition of art works by 70 young and aspiring artists is being organised by National Institute of Fine Arts (NIFA) at All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society in the national capital.The seven-day annual exhibition ‘Creci…
  • Perfumes, artificial fragrances might be lethal for health London , Oct. 2 : Various kinds of fragrances are around us. And it is believed they tend to make us feel more attractive. But if someone says that the cologne you wear can make you sick, would you believe it? Well you might have to.As many as one …
  • France bans use of photoshopped models in advertisements London , Oct. 2 : There have been a lot of discussions over banning of using digitally-enhanced photos in various advertisements.People have tried to accept the fact that this will get even bigger in coming times. But it seems like France is in no …
  • When sex robots helped creator spice up his marriage London , Oct 2 : The creator of an artificial intelligence (AI) sex doll has recently claimed that having regular “5-minute orgasms” with his life-like androids spiced up his marriage Dr Sergi Santos, developer behind Samantha, confessed to regular…
  • There’s a biological clock ticking in our muscle mass Washington D.C. , Oct 2 : Turns out, our muscles measure the time of day. Biological clocks are ticking everywhere throughout our body. They trigger the release of the hormone melatonin during sleep, favour the secretion of digestive enzymes at lu…
  • Here’s how aggressive driving ‘dents’ gas mileage Washington D.C. , Oct 2 : A team of researchers has quantified aggressive driving’s impact on fuel economy and consumption.Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory found that aggressive behavior behind the wheel can …
  • There are barriers to healthcare for eczema among black children Washington D.C. , Oct 2 : A new study has found that white children in America are more likely to see a doctor for treatment of eczema than black children, despite the fact that the disease is likely more severe among minorities.Research from the …
  • When it comes to concussions, your gender may matter Washington D.C. , Oct 2 : Concussions may affect women differently than men, according to a recent study. Researchers at Rutgers School of Health Professions – with the assistance of Rutgers Athletics – are working on two studies investigating the…
  • Saina Nehwal ‘excited’ to walk for her ‘favourite’ designer Neeta Lulla New Delhi , Oct 01 : Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal is all set to walk on the fashion runway for her “favourite” designer Neeta Lulla.Lulla will be the grand finale designer for Bangalore Times Fashion Week on October 8 and the muse for the de…