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  • EC bribery case: Dinakaran brought back to Delhi New Delhi , April 29 : Ousted All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader T.T.V. Dinakaran has been brought back to Delhi by the Delhi Crime Branch for further questioning in connection with the Election Commission bribery case.The …
  • FIR registered against Dubai employer for abduction Hyderabad (Talangana) , Apr 29 : An FIR was registered on Saturday after an employer in Dubai demanded Rs.14,000 riyal from a woman to return her sister, who was allegedly sent to Saudi Arabia by a local agent in Hyderabad to work as a nurse.Asi…
  • Allahabad HC orders transfer of 368 judicial officers Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) , Apr 29 : The Allahabad High Court on Saturday has ordered the transfer of 368 judicial officers of subordinate courts in Uttar Pradesh.The order said that, these transfer should be done at intervals of three years on …
  • EVM tamper issue: EC to hold all-party meeting Chandigarh , April 29 : Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi on Saturday said the polling panel will soon hold an all party meeting to clear doubts raised by political parties over the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) being tampered.”The Ele…
  • Centre slams Farooq Abdullah for his ‘irresponsible’ Kupwara remark New Delhi , April 29 : Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday criticised Farooq Abdullah’s “irresponsible” remark that highlighting the Kupwara attack was aimed to spread hatred against Muslims.”Hearing such an irresponsible statement fr…
  • Stop beating Kupwara drums to hate Muslims: Farooq Abdullah Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , April 29 : National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah on Saturday said highlighting the death of three army soldiers in Kupwara was aimed at spreading hatred against Muslims.”The noise is not so much about 25 CRPF …
  • Telangana CM instructs for state funeral of R. Vidyasagar Rao Hyderabad (Telangana) , Apr 29 : Expressing grief on the sad demise of irrigation expert and advisor to the Telangana Government R.Vidyasagar Rao, Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao on Saturday instructed Chief Secretary S.P. Singh to accord t…
  • Congress demands probe of accidents of Kodanad estate murder case accused Salem (Tamil Nadu), Apr 29 : The Tamil Nadu unit of the Congress Party on Saturday demanded a high-level probe of two road accidents involving two persons who were accused in a murder case committed on former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalaitha’s Ko…
  • Congress had proof against BJP, never misused it: Nabi Azad over Dhingra report New Delhi , April 29 : Slamming the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the alleged leak of Dhingra commission report in the Robert Vadra case, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Saturday stated that the grand old party had proof against the BJP …
  • No talks with separatists who use Kashmiris as ‘guinea pigs’: Madhav New Delhi , April 29 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national general secretary Ram Madhav on Saturday said the Centre wouldn’t hold talks with separatists who use Kashmiris as ‘guinea pigs in their reprehensible politics of violence and separati…
  • Pak Interior Ministry will issue notification on Dawn leaks, not PMO Karachi , April 29 : Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday said that the notification regarding the Dawn Leaks would be released by his ministry, which will be in line with the recommendations made by the inquiry co…
  • Ex-envoy Husain Haqqani questions Pak Army’s ‘rejection’ of govt.’s notification New Delhi , April 29 : Former Pakistan ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani on Saturday questioned the Pakistan Army’s ‘rejection’ of the official notification cleared by the Federal Government.Haqqani took to Twitter and further asked…
  • Pakistan has become a ‘safe haven’ for terrorist cells: Iranian MP Tehran , Apr 29 : Lashing out at Pakistan’s government for failing to prevent terror attacks against Iran from its soil, Chairman of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said that the neighb…
  • PCB slams Latif’s ‘baseless’ claims, summons him again Karachi , April 29 : The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has once again issued a summon to suspended batsman Khalid Latif after he failed to turn up before the PCB Security and Vigilance department, citing concerns over the fairness of the ongoi…
  • Enforcement Directorate must use its penalising powers: Jaitley New Delhi , Apr 29 : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that the penalising powers of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) should be used expeditiously in cases of non- compliance.Addressing a gathering at an Enforcement Day event …
  • EC bribery case: Dinakaran brought back to Delhi New Delhi , April 29 : Ousted All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader T.T.V. Dinakaran has been brought back to Delhi by the Delhi Crime Branch for further questioning in connection with the Election Commission bribery case.The …
  • FIR registered against Dubai employer for abduction Hyderabad (Talangana) , Apr 29 : An FIR was registered on Saturday after an employer in Dubai demanded Rs.14,000 riyal from a woman to return her sister, who was allegedly sent to Saudi Arabia by a local agent in Hyderabad to work as a nurse.Asi…
  • Centre slams Farooq Abdullah for his ‘irresponsible’ Kupwara remark New Delhi , April 29 : Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday criticised Farooq Abdullah’s “irresponsible” remark that highlighting the Kupwara attack was aimed to spread hatred against Muslims.”Hearing such an irresponsible statement fr…
  • Allahabad HC orders transfer of 368 judicial officers Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) , Apr 29 : The Allahabad High Court on Saturday has ordered the transfer of 368 judicial officers of subordinate courts in Uttar Pradesh.The order said that, these transfer should be done at intervals of three years on …
  • EVM tamper issue: EC to hold all-party meeting Chandigarh , April 29 : Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi on Saturday said the polling panel will soon hold an all party meeting to clear doubts raised by political parties over the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) being tampered.”The Ele…
  • Online support can help people with bipolar disorder Washington D.C. , April 29 : Briton researchers have developed a cheap and accessible online relapse prevention tool for people, who seek support following treatment of Bipolar Disorder.Bipolar Disorder (BD) is a lifelong mental health condition …
  • Bullying can lead to desire for ‘cosmetic surgery’ in teens Washington D.C. , Apr 29 : According to a new study, young adults who are involved in bullying, whether victims or perpetrators, are more likely to express the desire for cosmetic surgery in order to become more attractive.The study was published …
  • Ailing from chronic inflammation? Here is why Washington D.C. , Apr 29 : Are you suffering from chronic intestinal disorders? Blame your body’s immune system for that.According to a new research, it has been discovered that too much much of oncogene Bcl-3 leads to chronic intestinal diseases….
  • Turns out, e-cigarettes can help smokers kick the butt Washington D.C. , Apr 28 : Smokers rejoice! As a recent study suggests that your plan to kick the cigarette addiction by turning to the electronic version of butts won’t go up in smoke.The research found no evidence that a commercially available e…
  • Deal with depression in natural way New Delhi , April 28 : Depression is world’s leading illness and is one of the major reasons for suicides globally, says the World Health Organization (WHO).The story in India is no different. Everyone gets depressed at some point or other in li…
  • Affordable lab tests now at your doorstep New Delhi , April 28 : Before going for any medical test, now compare the rates of different path-labs with just a click.Thanks to KlinicApp! KlinicApp, founded in Nov 2015, has become one of the fastest growing and trend setting e-diagnostic c…
  • Parkinson’s disease starts in gut: Study Washington D.C. , Apr 27 : A recent study suggests that parkinson’s disease, a disorder of the central nervous system, may start in the gut and spread to the brain via the vagus nerve.The study published in the journal Neurology. The vagus nerve e…
  • Here`s how protein impacts intellectual disability Washington D.C. , Apr 26 : A new study has paved the way for the potential treatments of intellectual disability and other neurodevelopmental disorders.Your brain needs just the right balance between excitatory “on” signals and inhibitory “calm do…
  • Stem cells can help identify neuronal defects, suggests Study Washington D.C. , Apr 25 : According to a recent study, the researchers used stem cells derived from patients with Angelman syndrome to identify the underlying cellular defects that cause the rare neurogenetic disorder.The study was published in j…
  • Artificial Intelligence may help in diagnosing Tuberoculosis Washington D.C. , Apr 25 : If you are a patient of Tuberculosis, then we might have some good news for you. According to a recent study, researchers are training artificial intelligence models to identify Tuberculosis (TB) on chest X-rays, which …
  • PCB slams Latif’s ‘baseless’ claims, summons him again Karachi , April 29 : The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has once again issued a summon to suspended batsman Khalid Latif after he failed to turn up before the PCB Security and Vigilance department, citing concerns over the fairness of the ongoi…
  • India draws two all with UK in Azlan Shah Cup Ipoh , Apr 29 : India and Great Britain drew their rain-delayed opening match at the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh, Malaysia, two all on Saturday.Akashdeep Singh and Mandeep Singh scored field goals for India in the 19t…
  • 7th Junior Women’s Hockey C’ship: Kerala edge past Bengal 6-4 Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) , Apr 29 : Kerala Hockey defeated Bengal Hockey Association 6-4, in what was the most exciting game of the Day Three of the 7th Junior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Women) ‘B’ Division here on Saturday.KM Ariya score…
  • Vettel pips Raikkonen to top Russian GP third practice Johannesburg , Apr 29 : Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel fended off his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen as Ferrari made a one-two finish in the third and final practice session of this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix here on Saturday.Vette…
  • 18-year-old Jehan Daruvala finishes on podium at F3 European C’ship Monza , Apr 29 : Adding yet another milestone to his ever-growing roster of Indian firsts in the world of motorsport, 18-year-old Jehan Daruvala made India proud on Saturday when he emerged as the second fastest driver in the FIA Formula 3 Europ…
  • Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India to take on Great Britain in opener Ipoh , Apr 29 : The Indian men’s hockey team, led by PR Sreejesh, will aim to begin the new season on a strong note when they take on Great Britain in the first match of the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup here today.Besides these two, four other …
  • Pakistan crucial in termination of `Big Three` from ICC: PCB Karachi , Apr 29 : Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that his country played a big role in the termination of the ‘Big Three’, featuring the cricket boards of India, England and Australia, from the structure of the…
  • Ponting warns critics against writing off ‘champion’ Dhoni Melbourne , Apr 29 : Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has warned against writing off Mahendra Singh Dhoni as a dominant force in international cricket, adding that the former Indian captain has a significant role to play in the upcomi…
  • Nadal fends off unseeded Hyeon to reach Barcelona Open semis Barcelona , Apr 29 : Fourteen-time Grand Slam Champion Rafael Nadal survived an early scare against South Korea’s Chung Hyeon to book his place in the semi-finals of the Barcelona Open for a 10th time here last evening.Unseeded Chung went up 3-1…
  • Gaurav Gill sets early pace at FIA Asia Pacific Rally C’ship New Delhi , Apr 29 : India’s Gaurav Gill of Team MRF Tyres, the defending champion, put the hammer down with a scorching night run of the Super Special Stage and led team-mate Ole Christian Veiby by 2.5 seconds as the International Rally of Whan…
  • IRW ’17: Indian handlooms take the ramp to revival New Delhi , Apr 29 : In the current melange of high-street labels and fast fashion, India Runway Week (IRW) Season 8 saw Indian handlooms weave its magic on the ramp on Day 1.Sashaying down the runway in “unstitched” scarves-turned-outfits for G…
  • Anita Dongre all set to open two stores in New York New Delhi , Apr 29 : Designer Anita Dongre, who has been showcasing her couture lines at the fashion weeks, has become the first Indian designer to open not one but two stores in SoHo, New York’s prime shopping locality.Anita’s sustainable brand…
  • Testosterone boosts confidence in men: Study Washington D.C. , April 29 : A study has found that higher levels of testosterone in men may boost their confidence by increasing their tendency to rely more on intuitive judgments and reduce cognitive reflection.Cognitive reflection is a decision…
  • For plastic surgeons: Learning ‘danger zones’ ensures better results Washington D.C. , April 29 : A team of researchers has suggested that plastic surgeons should pay particular attention to the six danger zones from the forehead to the chin – areas commonly addressed by facial filler injection – to enhance safety …
  • Social media unhappy with Dolce (and) Gabbana’s new sneakers New Delhi , April 29 : Looks like Dolce (and) Gabbana’s latest luxury sneaker did not get quite a hearty welcome.Designer Stefano Gabbana posted a pair of the label’s new fall 2017 sneakers that reads “I’M THIN AND GORGEOUS,” designed in partn…
  • This summer, no more discomfort for preggers New Delhi , April 28 : Body temperature of a pregger always remains a bit higher than normal, so added external heat obviously makes her feel uncomfortable.The heat within, due to bump, and heat without, spells a double whammy on the mother to b…
  • Preparing Italian style coffee may cut prostate cancer risk Washington D.C. , April 28 : Dear men, just three cups of coffee, prepared in an Italian way – high pressure, very high water temperature and with no filters – may reduce risk of prostate cancer by more than 50 percent, finds a study.A research by…
  • Wego becomes fastest loading mobile travel site globally! New Delhi , April 28 : Wego.com, the travel marketplace in the Middle East and Asia Pacific, becomes the fastest loading mobile travel site in the world.For the search and shop experience, Wego built a PWA using service workers, reducing page lo…
  • Dive into your ‘everyday’ no fuss haven New Delhi , April 28 : The grub lovers can now dive into the eclectic mix of local food and signature cocktails in the city, which never falls short on classy cocktail lounges or on thirsty patrons, quickly shrinking wallets.Founded by Pranay Go…
  • Sun exposure, excessive heat can damage hair New Delhi , April 28 : The scorching sun, excessive perspiration, dust and dirt make our hair vulnerable in summers.The heat of the sun, the UV radiation can damage the hair. It can also cause discoloration, which will be clearly evident in col…