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  • North Korea’s submarine missile launch ‘unforgivable’: Abe Tokyo, Aug. 24 : Denouncing North Korea’s missile launch from a submarine on Wednesday morning, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called the move an “unforgivable” threat to regional stability.US Strategic Command earlier today said the missile, believ…
  • Madhesi leaders seek to forge common stance before PM Dahal’s India visit Kathmandu (Nepal), Aug.24 : Leaders of the Samyukta Loktantrik Madhesi Morcha (SLMM), an alliance of seven Madhes-based parties, are reportedly keen to reach a common position on contentious issues of the Constitution before Prime Minister Pushpa Kumar…
  • Piers Morgan trolled for sarcastic tweet on India’s Olympic celebration Washington D.C., Aug. 24 : Piers Morgan, known for getting into the news due to his Twitter posts, recently got trolled for his criticizing India’s hyped celebration at winning two Rio Olympics medals.Some hours back, the British journalist took to his…
  • One dead, 30 wounded in Thai car bombing Bangkok, Aug.24 : A car bomb exploded in Pattani, a nightlife district located in Thailand’s deep south, killing one and wounding over 30 late on Tuesday.The incident occurred outside a hotel in Pattani, one of three Muslim-majority southern provinces …
  • Bangladesh Police arrest killer of Publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan Dhaka, Aug.24 : Dhaka Metropolitan Police on Wednesday confirmed that they have arrested the prime accused involved in the murder of prominent publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan.In a statement issued a short while ago and quoted by the Daily Star, a DMP spo…
  • US State Department expresses concern over rights violation in PoK New York, Aug.24 : The United States State Department has expressed concern over human rights violation in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), maintaining that it has always been urging parties in Pakistan to settle their differences “peaceably and throug…
  • Kashmir not on Obama Administration’s radar By Anshul Rana Washington D C, Aug.24 : Even as India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh began a significant two-day visit of the Kashmir Valley from Wednesday, accompanied by a delegation of senior ministry officials, where he will take stock of the situat…
  • North Korea test fires submarine-launched ballistic missile New Delhi, Aug 24 : North Korea on Wednesday morning successfully test fired a new ballistic missile. As per South Korea’s military, the missile was launched from a submarine in the Sea of Japan, off North Korea’s eastern coast.The test comes a day aft…
  • Earthquake measuring 6.2 hits central Italy Washington D.C., Aug 24 : A series of earthquake hit Central Italy in the early hours of Wednesday morning in which huge loss of life and property is feared.The U.S. Geological Survey reported that an earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale struc…
  • UN updates its dossier on Dawood Ibrahim Geneva, Aug 23 : The United Nation Sanctions Monitoring Committee has updated its dossier on international terrorist Dawood Ibrahim.In its latest update, it is for the first time that a reference has been made to Dawood’s wife Mehjabeen Shaikh.The upda…
  • Richa Chadha’s befitting reply to trollers New Delhi, Aug. 24 : Bollywood actress Richa Chaddha has come up with befitting replies to those who trolled her on Twitter after she answered a question about cultural similarities with Pakistani actor Fawad Khan at the Indian Film Festival in Melbour…
  • Mawra Hocane downplays link-ups, says ‘I enjoy whatever is written about me’ Karachi, Aug. 24 : Pakistani actress Mawra Hocane, who has been making headlines on account of alleged link-ups with her co-star Harshvardhan Rane, Sooraj Pancholi and Ranbir Kapoor, recently said that such speculations don’t bother her anymore.The 23-…
  • Anil Kapoor is the new Fawad fan Karachi, Aug. 24 : Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor is the new one to join the Fawad Khan fan club. The veteran actor has recently expressed that like million others, he too is gaga over sexy Khan. In an interview with BBC Urdu, the 59-year-old actor, who l…
  • Biopic should be made on P.T Usha: Sonam Kapoor Mumbai, Aug. 24 : Sonam Kapoor, who has recently portrayed Neerja Bhanot in biopic ‘Neerja,’ feels a movie should be made on former sprint queen P.T Usha.”Recently I have done a biography but yes if something good comes on women athletes that should be…
  • India has its own superheroes in mythologies: Zoya Akhtar Mumbai, Aug. 24 : When the world is going gaga over X-men, Ironman, Superman and Bat-man and India is trying to have its own in form of ‘Krishh’ and ‘Flying Jatt,’ ace filmmaker Zoya Akhtar feels that the nation has its own superheroes in its mythologi…
  • India has its own superheroes in mythologies: Zoya Akhtar Mumbai, Aug. 24 : When the world is going gaga over X-men, Ironman, Superman and Bat-man and India is trying to have its own in form of ‘Krishh’ and ‘Flying Jatt,’ ace filmmaker Zoya Akhtar feels that the nation has its own superheroes in its mythologi…
  • No ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 2’ sans Hrithik, Farhan, Abhay: Zoya Akhtar Mumbai, Aug. 24 : ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara,’ a 2011 coming-of-age comedy-drama road film, will never have its sequel if there is no Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar and Abhay Deol, clears helmer Zoya Akhtar yesterday.”Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 2 can’t be …
  • No ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 2’ sans Hrithik, Farhan, Abhay: Zoya Akhtar Mumbai, Aug. 24 : ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara,’ a 2011 coming-of-age comedy-drama road film, will never have its sequel if there is no Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar and Abhay Deol, clears helmer Zoya Akhtar yesterday.”Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 2 can’t be …
  • Katrina to romance Varun Dhawan in ‘ABCD 3’? New Delhi, Aug. 24 : Afteenthralling the audience with their duet performance at the Dream Team tour in the US, Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif and Varun Dhawan may also be seen doing a project together.According to a leading tabloid, the 33-year-old actre…
  • Katrina to romance Varun Dhawan in ‘ABCD 3’? New Delhi, Aug. 24 : Afteenthralling the audience with their duet performance at the Dream Team tour in the US, Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif and Varun Dhawan may also be seen doing a project together.According to a leading tabloid, the 33-year-old actre…
  • Active involvement of parents can keep kids healthier Washington D.C., Aug. 24 : A recent research has found that parents who are directly and actively engaged with their children ensure healthy living and are significantly more likely to see their kids match up to Canadian guidelines when it comes to ph…
  • Leading psychoanalyst Sudhir Kakar gets Merck-Tagore Award Kolkata, Aug. 24 (ANI-Businesswire India): Merck, a leading science and technology company, today announced that it has presented Sudhir Kakar with the third Merck-Tagore Award in Kolkata during a ceremony devised by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhava…
  • Children consuming over 25 grams of added sugar daily can face severe health consequences Washington D.C., Aug. 24 : Recommending a specific limit on added sugar for children, a recent research has pointed out that children between the age group of 2 to 18 years should eat or drink less than six tea-spoons of added sugar daily.As per the re…
  • African birds show signs of biasness between biological and step off-springs Washington D.C., Aug. 24 : A recent biological research has found an African desert-dwelling male bird that favours his biological sons and alienates his step-sons.Martha Nelson, the researcher, said: “Nepotism has likely played a vital role in the evo…
  • Japan produces silicone prosthetics for patients in need Tokyo, Aug.24 : Located in the mountainous Shimane Prefecture, Nakamura Brace provides high quality prosthetics and orthotics for those in need.Its contribution expands to more than 30 countries. The credit for this success goes to Toshihiro Nakamura. …
  • Japan produces silicone prosthetics for patients in need Tokyo, Aug.24 : Located in the mountainous Shimane Prefecture, Nakamura Brace provides high quality prosthetics and orthotics for those in need.Its contribution expands to more than 30 countries. The credit for this success goes to Toshihiro Nakamura. …
  • Things to keep in mind before injecting insulin New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Insulin injections may play major role in your diabetes treatment. So here’s some solid advice from Dr. Sanjay Kalra Bharti Hospital, Karnal to set your mind, and your body at rest. Fisrt, insulin needs to be injected into fatty ar…
  • Here’s how breastfeeding benefits you and your baby By Pallavi Aman Singh New Delhi, Aug 23 : Almost every new mom knows that she is giving her newborn the best start in life by breastfeeding and not a day goes by without more evidence.According to Dr Avinash Lakkampally, MD, pediatrician registered on …
  • Most doctors don’t believe artificial intelligence can replace human doctors New Delhi, Aug. 23 : In today’s world, we are heavily dependent on artificial intelligence in our day-to-day living. Featuring, “Watson correctly diagnoses women after doctors were stumped”, Curofy ran a poll within its community to find out if doctors…
  • Dengue is deadly for heart patients: Study New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Over the period of time, Dengue has become seasonal phenomenon every year. Despite several efforts by government and non-government organizations, dengue is affecting large number of population.A research conducted by Upendra Kaul,…
  • England players will get choice to skip Bangladesh tour, reveals Morgan Johannesburg, Aug.24 : England limited-overs skipper Eoin Morgan has revealed that his side’s player will get a chance to decide whether they want to tour Bangladesh later this year in the wake of the security concerns in the Asian country.Morgan along…
  • Delhi Dynamos set to travel to England, Sweden for ISL pre-season tour New Delhi, Aug.24 : The Delhi Dynamos Football Club has arranged an elaborate pre-season plan for the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL) which will see the team train and play matches in the England and Sweden.The team, which will leave for England on …
  • ICC rates Kingsmead, Queen’s Park Oval outfields as `poor` Dubai, Aug 24 : The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday announced that the outfields at Kingsmead, Durban, and Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, have been rated as “poor” by the match referees.Andy Pycroft and Ranjan Madugalle, both from t…
  • Rafael Nadal to make Brisbane International debut in 2017 Johannesburg, Aug.24 :14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal will kick off his season in Australia for the first time when he takes on field at the Brisbane International next year, the organizers has confirmed.Reflecting on his debut at the tourname…
  • Manchester City FC to launch new City Football Schools season in UAE Abu Dhabi, Aug.24 :Manchester City Football Club are launching the new City Football Schools season in the UAE with an expanded team of professional coaches and female-only sessions for young players.The club is also expanding the coaching premises to …
  • Djokovic, Williams named top seeds for US Open Johannesburg, Aug.24 : World number one Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have been named as top seeds for the fourth and the final major of the season, the US Open, which will commence from August 29.The American, who unsurprisingly took the top seed…
  • Arjuna Awardee Sarita Devi’s academy hounds young boxers Mayang(Imphal), Aug.24 : The Sarita Regional Boxing Academy, which was established by Arjuna Awardee Laishram Sarita Devi in the year 2012, has started giving trainings to more than 60 students of the remote rural villages with the aim of promoting the…
  • Manish Pandey fined for showing dissent after dismissal Melbourne,Aug.24 :India A skipper Manish Pandey has been fined 25 percent of his match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during his side’s 86-run win over the National Performance Squad in Townhill.The 26-year-old was found to have breached Art…
  • Ronaldo credits Zidane for `one of his career-best seasons` Madrid, Aug.24 : Portugal star striker Cristiano Ronaldo, who is the frontrunner to clinch UEFA Best Player in Europe award, has labelled the 2015-16 season as one of the finest of his professional football career.The 31-year-old believes the arrival o…
  • Petr Cech calls on Arsenal to stop making `silly` losses Johannesburg, Aug.24 : Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech believes that the Emirates Stadium club need to stop making silly losses against the teams they are expected to beat if they want to turn the tables.Despite making a second-place finish in the last ca…
  • Umang festival: celebrating abilities of the differently-abled Tura, Aug. 24 : To create awareness about the disabilities in human beings and to provide them a platform to interact and celebrate their existence, a festival, named ‘Umang’ was organized today at Tura town in Meghalaya.The programme was organised by …
  • Booth School of Business launches globally renowned Accelerated Development Program in India New Delhi, Aug 23 : Northwest Executive Education has partnered with University of Chicago Booth School of Business Executive Education to launch a program for senior executives in the Indian sub-continent, The Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Pro…
  • Watch out for week long new campaign on World Fashion Day New Delhi, Aug. 23 : On the occasion of World Fashion Day, eBay India has launched a week long campaign wherein consumers can discover their passion for fashion and enjoy an array of deals to shop from a wide range of products across the clothing and a…
  • Turning the tide on hair loss By Pallavi Aman Singh New Delhi, Aug 23 : Often considered as an inevitable march to baldness, hair fall can leave you worried.But now, with these tips, you may be able to stop your bad hair days from turning into bad hair weeks or even longer.Dr Megha…
  • How to beat your jetlag back? New Delhi, Aug. 23 : In today’s world, travelling across time zones is inevitable and so in the jetlag due to that. So Kapil Goswamy, founder and managing director of Bigbreaks.com, brought some tips to prevent a jetlag or recover from it.First, re-set…
  • Two prominent universities join hands to launch globally renowned Accelerated Development Program in India New Delhi, Aug 22 : Northwest Executive Education has partnered with University of Chicago Booth School of Business Executive Education to launch a program for senior executives in the Indian sub-continent, The Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Pro…
  • How to overcome your jetlag? New Delhi, Aug. 22 : In today’s world, travelling across time zones is inevitable and so in the jetlag due to that. So here are some tips to prevent a jetlag or recover from it. First, re-set your body clock. Four or five days before you have to travel…
  • Canada may face severe mental health care shortages: Study Washington D.C, Aug. 22 : A recent study has revealed that access to psychiatric care has not seen any significant improvement despite increasing the supply of psychiatrists in Canada.The study conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health an…
  • Look how Twitter broadens discussion on death, mourning Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : Social media, particularly Twitter, now-a-days redefine the way how one mourns. A recent study by researchers at University of Washington found that with its ephemeral mix of rapid-fire broadcast and personal expression is wi…
  • U.S. prisons increase, even after crimes decline: Study Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : A new study suggests that the U.S. prison population continued to rise even after the crime rate began declining in the mid-1990s because judges were faced with more repeat offenders.Using data from Minnesota, an Ohio State U…