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  • Mayawati abuse row: Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar sent to 14 day judicial custody Lucknow, July 29 : Expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh who was today arrested from Bihar’s Buxar district has been sent to a 14-day judicial custody.”UP CM should take action against the people who have insulted my family. I …
  • CBDT extends date for filing income tax return to August 5 New Delhi, July 30 : As per provisions of Section 139(1) of Income-tax Act 1961, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) on Friday extended the due date for filing returns of Income for Assessment Year 2016- 2017 from July 31 to August 5 in case of taxpa…
  • Talks between BSF and Pak Rangers conclude cordially: MEA New Delhi, July 28 : Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup said on Friday that the three-day long meet between Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers from July 25 – July 28 concluded with both sides discussing ways to strengt…
  • Rajnath visiting Pakistan strictly for SAARC, no bilateral talks: MEA New Delhi, July 29 : The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday asserted that Home Minister Rajnath Singh was visiting Islamabad next month solely for the purpose of attending the SAARC ministerial conference and ruled out any possibilities of bi…
  • A.K. Mittal reappointed as Railway Board Chairman for two years New Delhi, July 29 : Current Chairman Railway Board A.K.Mittal has been reappointed as the new Chairman of the Railway Board for a period of two years i.e.till he attains the age of 62 years, with effected from next month. Mittal was appointed as Chair…
  • No one besides beneficiary will enjoy benefits: Naidu on Aadhar cards New Delhi, July 29 : Union Minister for Urban Development and Information and Broadcasting Minister M.Venkaiah Naidu today issued a statement which said the use of Aadhar Card will remove bogus and duplicates and ensure that benefits that are meant for…
  • Rajnath chairs High Level Committee meeting for Central assistance to states New Delhi, July 29 : Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday chaired a meeting of the High Level Committee (HLC) here y for Central Assistance to Manipur, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh affected by earthquake, hailstorm and drought respectively.Finance Mini…
  • Following SC order, Army takes over Adarsh Society building Mumbai, July 29 : Following the Supreme Court ordering the Centre to take possession of the Adarsh building, the Indian Army on Friday took over the building from the society.The apex court had ordered the Central Government to take over possession of …
  • Bengaluru paralysed as rains cause havoc Bengaluru, July 29 : Inclement weather overnight battered Bengaluru on Friday with several roads and colonies being partially submerged throwing the life out of gear for the city dwellers.Incessant rains caused havoc in the state as several areas repor…
  • Sheena Bora murder case: Sanjeev Khanna’s bail application rejected Mumbai, July 29 : The special Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) court on Friday rejected the bail application of Sanjeev Khanna, one of the accused in the Sheena Bora murder case.The application was filed by accused on the merits of the case challengi…
  • Tom Holland gets ‘spidey’ advice from Chris Hemsworth Johannesburg, July 29 : Chris Hemsworth gave a good piece of advice to Tom Holland and that was don’t let playing Spider-Man “affect” him.The 20-year-old actor received a ”really lovely” email from his ‘Heart of the Sea’ co-star, who is known for pla…
  • Ashton Kutcher was happy with Mila Kunis’ “Guinness” like penis statement WashingtonD.C., July 28 : Ashton Kutcher was “very happy” when his wife Mila Kunis claimed his manhood is like “a Guinness.” “He was very happy about the Guinness.And then I was like, ‘I should’ve been like a 40! Listen, it’s a fact. He’s like a Guinne…
  • Hilary Duff disturbed due to obsessed fan Washington D.C., July 28 : Looks like Hilary Duff is getting loads of unwanted attention by an obsessed fan.The Beverly Hills Police Department warned the 28-year-old actress of a man who is driving around the town looking for her, reports TMZ.com.Repo…
  • K-Stew on her same-sex relationship: Finally, I can feel again Johannesburg, July 28 : Finally Kristen Stewart has confirmed her relationship with Alicia Cargile and said that same sex relationship helped her to be more open about things.”When I was dating a guy I was hiding everything that I did because everythin…
  • Bollywood is a tricky place to be in, says Armaan Malik By A.Kameshwari New Delhi, July 29 : Musical duo Armaan and Amaal Malik’s journey in Bollywood’s music industry was not a fairytale at all.Despite belonging to a family which has been in the film industry for years, the duo had a huge challenge to brea…
  • Pankaj Udhas’ ghazals to be live streamed on Hungama app New Delhi, July 29 : Hungama, India’s leading digital entertainment company is set to entertain its consumers with the upcoming musical extravaganza – Khazana – A festival of Ghazals.In its 15th year now, the event lends its support to Cancer Patients …
  • Zayn Malik wants to try his hands on acting Johannesburg, July 28 : Just like his former ‘One Direction’ band-mate Harry Styles, Zayn Malik too wants to kick off his acting career.While speaking to Elle UK, the 23-year-old singer said, “I started acting when I was in school with theatre studies …
  • Khloe K shuts down body-shamers: ‘I love this game’ Melbourne, July 29 : Khloe Kardashian has hit back at the haters who have accused her of being ‘too skinny’.The 32-year-old actor, who was criticised after showing off her slimmed-down figure in a strapless black jumpsuit, recently tweeted, “I need to …
  • Kanye West addresses his ‘Famous’ Taylor Swift feud Melbourne, July 28 : Finally, its time! Kanye West has broken his silence on his ongoin bitter feud with Taylor Swift.Before crooning his ‘Famous’ at Drake’s Chicago concert, Yeezy made his big announcement, “For seven years, bruh! All I gotta say is I…
  • Guess why Vidya Balan wanted to portray ‘M.S.Subbulakshmi’ By A.Kameshwari New Delhi, July 29 : Despite having a number of projects in her kitty this year, Vidya Balan is still hankering for that one role that has not come her way.Vidya was supposed to play a lead in the biopic of the legendary carnatic vocali…
  • Mayawati abuse row: Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar sent to 14 day judicial custody Lucknow, July 29 : Expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh who was today arrested from Bihar’s Buxar district has been sent to a 14-day judicial custody.”UP CM should take action against the people who have insulted my family. I …
  • Indian hockey teams land in Rio in quest of Olympic glory Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 29 : Eager and determined to put up a top-notch performance at next month’s Olympic Games, the Indian men and women’s hockey teams arrived in Rio earlier this morning.While the men’s team traveled from Madrid after playing …
  • Determined Sarfraz upbeat about Pakistan’s comeback against England Karachi, July 29 : Despite suffering a humiliating defeat to England in the second Test, Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed remained upbeat and expressed that his side are determined to rectify their flaws and stage a strong comeback in the th…
  • FBI chief: Crushing ISIS threshold may increase terrorism in West New York, July 29 : Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey has warned that battlefield success against ISIS may lead to increased terrorism in the West.Speaking to a cybersecurity conference at Fordham University this week, Comey pr…
  • CBDT extends date for filing income tax return to August 5 New Delhi, July 30 : As per provisions of Section 139(1) of Income-tax Act 1961, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) on Friday extended the due date for filing returns of Income for Assessment Year 2016- 2017 from July 31 to August 5 in case of taxpa…
  • Talks between BSF and Pak Rangers conclude cordially: MEA New Delhi, July 28 : Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup said on Friday that the three-day long meet between Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers from July 25 – July 28 concluded with both sides discussing ways to strengt…
  • Rosberg outpaces Hamilton in second German GP practice Johannesburg, July 29 : Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg continued the pace and momentum, beating reigning world champion and teammate Lewis Hamilton in the second practice session for the German Grand Prix on Friday.Rosberg, who won his last Formula One r…
  • Rajnath visiting Pakistan strictly for SAARC, no bilateral talks: MEA New Delhi, July 29 : The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday asserted that Home Minister Rajnath Singh was visiting Islamabad next month solely for the purpose of attending the SAARC ministerial conference and ruled out any possibilities of bi…
  • A.K. Mittal reappointed as Railway Board Chairman for two years New Delhi, July 29 : Current Chairman Railway Board A.K.Mittal has been reappointed as the new Chairman of the Railway Board for a period of two years i.e.till he attains the age of 62 years, with effected from next month. Mittal was appointed as Chair…
  • No one besides beneficiary will enjoy benefits: Naidu on Aadhar cards New Delhi, July 29 : Union Minister for Urban Development and Information and Broadcasting Minister M.Venkaiah Naidu today issued a statement which said the use of Aadhar Card will remove bogus and duplicates and ensure that benefits that are meant for…
  • Here`s how you can beat the bloat New Delhi, Jul 29 : Neither are you pregnant nor have you gained weight, so what’s with the waistband suddenly feeling tight? Pain, discomfort and a bloated tummy – the symptoms are familiar to many.”There is no specific reason behind bloating. It may …
  • Turns out, we’ve been dealing with cancer for million years Washington D.C, Jul 29 : Is cancer really a modern man-made disease? Only if processed foods were available 1.7 million years ago, suggests a recent study.Researchers led by scientists from the University of the Witwatersrand’s Evolutionary Studies Ins…
  • Smartphone exercises: 5 minutes to a happier you Washington D.C, Jul 29 : Feeling down? These brief, directed smartphone exercises can help quickly improve your mood, suggests a new study.Participants in the University of Basel study felt more alert, calmer and uplifted after – using five-minute vide…
  • Cosmic rays may have put Apollo astronauts at increased heart risk Washington D.C, Jul 29 : Seems like deep space has stamped its mark on those who dared to go there as a recent study has found that members of the successful Apollo space program are experiencing higher rates of heart problems.Florida State University’…
  • Hepatitis: The health threat we are ignoring New Delhi, Jul 28 : With 28 July being observed as World Hepatitis Day, here are some things that you should know about the “silent killer” disease.About one million Indians are at risk of acquiring the hepatitis B infection and about 10,000 die from t…
  • Here`s how much couch potatoes are costing the world Washington D.C, Jul 28 : A world-first study has revealed that in 2013, physical inactivity cost 67.5 billion international dollars globally in healthcare expenditure and lost productivity, revealing the enormous economic burden of an increasingly sede…
  • Desk-bound? One hour of daily exercise can add years to your life Washington D.C, Jul 28 : Turns out, just an hour of moderate activity a day is enough to counter all the negative impacts of sedentary behaviour.The health risks associated with sitting for eight or more hours a day, whether at work, home or commuting,…
  • Fighting inflammation, pain the ‘green’ way Washington D.C, Jul 28 : A new research has found that two specific plant-derived compounds may be effective for fighting inflammation and pain.Diterpenoids are found in certain plants, fungi, and marine organisms, and two in particular, carnosol (CS) …
  • After-hours email expectations taking toll on employee health Washington D.C, Jul 28 : Responding to work emails after work hours may seem like an increase in productivity, but it turns out, it is negatively impacting employee well-being.A new study, authored by Liuba Belkin of Lehigh University, William Becker o…
  • Nut consumption linked to inflammatory biomarkers Washington D.C, Jul 28 : A new study has found a link between nut consumption and inflammatory biomarkers.In a cross-sectional analysis, researchers looked at the association between habitual nut consumption and inflammatory biomarkers among 5,013 men …
  • Indian hockey teams land in Rio in quest of Olympic glory Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 29 : Eager and determined to put up a top-notch performance at next month’s Olympic Games, the Indian men and women’s hockey teams arrived in Rio earlier this morning.While the men’s team traveled from Madrid after playing …
  • Determined Sarfraz upbeat about Pakistan’s comeback against England Karachi, July 29 : Despite suffering a humiliating defeat to England in the second Test, Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed remained upbeat and expressed that his side are determined to rectify their flaws and stage a strong comeback in the th…
  • Rosberg outpaces Hamilton in second German GP practice Johannesburg, July 29 : Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg continued the pace and momentum, beating reigning world champion and teammate Lewis Hamilton in the second practice session for the German Grand Prix on Friday.Rosberg, who won his last Formula One r…
  • Marlon Samuels says huge responsibility forces him to curb attacking nature Kingston, July 29 : Remarking that he is forced to curb his natural aggression at times because of enormous responsibility as a senior player, West Indies batting mainstay Marlon Samuels has called on his side’s young brigade to elevate their performan…
  • Resurgent Sri Lanka leave Australia tricky chase in Kandy Test Johannesburg, July 29 : With bad light forcing early abandonment of play on day four of the opening Test against Sri Lanka, Australia face a tricky chase when they resume their innings on the final day in Kandy on Saturday.Australia were precariously p…
  • Mirza-Hingis storm into Rogers Cup quarters Toronto, July 29 :Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis produced a sublime performance as they marched into the quarter-finals of the women’s doubles event at Rogers Cup in Toronto on Friday.The Indo-Swiss pair thrashed the…
  • Djokovic stuns showman Stepanek to reach Rogers Cup last eight Johannesburg, July 29 : World number one Novak Djokovic displayed a rich vein of form as he swept aside tennis showman Radek Stepanek to race into the quarter-finals of the Rogers Cup in Toronto on Friday.The Serbian claimed a comfortable 6-2, 6-4 vict…
  • Indian men’s hockey team suffer 2-3 defeat against Spain Madrid, July 29 : The Indian men’s hockey team suffered a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Spain in their second game of the two-match tour here in Madrid last evening.The high-scoring encounter started off cagily as both teams started off the blocks slowly,…
  • Germany’s Schweinsteiger bids adieu to international football Berlin, July 29 : Germany captain Bastian Schweinsteiger has announced his retirement from international football with immediate effect after making 120 appearances for the country.Confirming the news, Schweinsteiger wrote on Twitter, “I have recently …
  • Holland to replace injured O’Keefe for second Test against Lanka Melbourne, July 29 :Australia have called in left-arm spinner Jon Holland as replacement for injured Steve O’Keefe for the second Test of the three-match series against Sri Lanka, beginning from August 4 at Galle International Stadium.Confirming the ne…
  • Smaaash through virtual reality at Gurgaon’s new gaming destination By Ashish Kumar Singh New Delhi, July 29 : Gone are the days when kids used to catch-up in the evening in their colony parks to hangout or to play nation’s favourite game Cricket.With the changing time and technology, arcade gaming zones gradually took…
  • Now, a bar chain that believes in ‘piyo aur peene do’ By Pallavi Aman Singh New Delhi, Jul 28 : If you think you can’t have booze-ups in Delhi when you are broke, then it’s time you pop your bubble as BarShala is in town.Indospirit Group, a leading importer, distributor and manufacturer of alcoholic bever…
  • Tasleema Nasreen, Amitav Ghosh, Mira Nair mourn Mahasweta Devi’s demise New Delhi, July 28 : Litterateur Mahasweta Devi, one of the doughtiest fighters and a social activist who proved ‘pen is mightier than sword’ took her last breath today at the age of 90 in Kolkata’s private hospital.Tasleema Nasreen, Mira Nair, Amitav …
  • OSL Luxury Collection brings Versace line in India New Delhi, July 28 : The Italian premium brand Versace Collection joins hands with OSL Luxury Collections Pvt.Ltd. to mark its presence in India. both the companies signed an agreement with presence of OSL Director Chandan Mishra and Stefano Sechhi (Gl…
  • Just the thought of marriage can make you kick your wild ways Washington D.C, Jul 28 : Is getting married the only way to tame down your behaviour? Turns out, even the thought of walking down the aisle can do the same.The Ohio State University researchers found that teenagers and young adults who expected to get …
  • Meet the (Dollar) 99 doll that parents are desperate to buy London, Jul 28 : A doll that is designed to soothe fussy babies at bedtime, which usually sells for 99 dollars, has become so popular that desperate parents are willing to pay triple the price.One of these sold-out toys actually went for as much as 350…
  • Our desire for indulgent foods goes back at least 500 years Washington D.C, Jul 27 : The words like “food porn,” “nom-mom-nom” and “foodie” may have made it to our dictionary today, but it turns out our historical love-affair with indulgent meals may be over 500 years old.A new analysis of European paintings sh…
  • Hans Foundation installs water ATMs to improve sanitation in Noida’s Khora village New Delhi, July 26 : The Hans Foundation, an independent charitable trust fund, has announced ‘Nirmal Khora Village’ a program initiated to improve the sanitation, waste disposal and drainage system at Khora village, ‘Asia’s biggest labour colony’.The …
  • Now, win (Dollar) 49 lottery to own this island resort! Melbourne, Jul 25 : Have you ever fancied owning an island resort? Here’s your chance, as a family in Australia is casually raffling off their own tourist trap on the island of Kosrae and each ticket costs around 49 USD.Doug and Sally Beitz, who spent …
  • Never ever cover your baby’s pram|[Work London, July 24 : Covering a baby’s pram with a blanket or a muslin cloth in summers should be strictly avoided as it can even lead to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).Svante Norgren, a pediatrician at the Astrid Lindgren children’s hospital in Stoc…