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  • Interpol refuses to issue red warrant against MQM founder Islamabad , Feb. 25 : Interpol has refused to issue a red warrant against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain, saying it does not intervene in political and religious matters of a state.According to senior official of the Int…
  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella condemns ‘senseless’ Kansas violence New Delhi , Feb. 25 (AN): Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has condemned the ‘senseless violence’ in Kansas that claimed life of an Indian engineer and wounded another.”There’s no place for senseless violence (and) bigotry in our society. My heart …
  • Kansas shooting: Gunman questioned Indian men about their visas before firing Olathe, Kansas , Feb. 25 : It has emerged that before shooting the two Indian engineers- Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani- in a Kansas bar, the shooter held a brief conversation with them inquiring about their visas.In a brief phone intervie…
  • Several trapped as fire breaks out at luxury hotel in China Nanchang (Jiangxi) , Feb. 25 : Several people are feared trapped as fire broke out in a luxury hotel Saturday morning in Nanchang, capital of east China’s Jiangxi Province.According to Xinhua, the fire was spotted on the second floor of the HNA …
  • Kansas shooting: FBI probing into ‘hate crime’ angle London , Feb. 25 : With reports emerging of the gunman harassing the two Indian engineers before opening fire at a Kansas bar killing one man, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is probing whether the shooting could be a possible hate crim…
  • Pak Prez warns delay in Kashmir dispute could spell disaster Muzaffarabad , Feb. 25 : Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has warned that delay in the settlement of the Kashmir dispute could ‘spell disaster for regional peace’.”The (Indian) occupation forces have employed every brute tactic to suppress …
  • Bernie Sanders tears into Trump for attacking media New York , Feb. 25 : Donald Trump has admitted that he “likes” Bernie Sanders, however, the feeling is clearly not mutual as the Senator lashed out at the President for his repeated attacks on the media saying that the former did not understand t…
  • China backs Pak’s military operation Raddul Fasaad Beijing , Feb. 25 : China has seconded the recently launch military operation Raddul Fasaad by Pakistan as a counter-terrorism measure, after a series of bloody terrorist assaults across the country.”China understands and supports Pakistan in ta…
  • British ‘caravan’ family lands in India after travelling across the world New Delhi , Feb.25 : This family from U.K. is setting major goals for folks across the globe, clearly dispelling all notions that children in no way hamper one’s dreams to trot across the globe.This British family of four has travelled 35 countr…
  • White House refuses to correlate Kansas shooting with Trump’s rhetoric New York , Feb. 25 : Following the backlash over the murder of an Indian engineer in Kansas, which is being touted as a hate crime, the White House has attempted to downplay notions that there was any correlation between the incident and Presiden…
  • Study reveals new risk factors for anxiety disorders Berlin , Feb 25 : People experiencing anxiety disorders, we have got some bad news for you. According to a recent study, Mental, social and inherited factors all play a role in anxiety disorders.The journal was published in journal Molecular P…
  • Dietary prebiotics improve sleep: Study Washington D.C. , Feb. 25 : Health benefits of probiotics- the “good bacteria” found in fermented foods and dietary supplements- is known to almost all.Now a first-of-its kind study by University of Colorado Boulder, scientists suggests that lesse…
  • Too much sugar may causes Alzheimer’s London , Feb. 24 : A diet, high in sugar, could lead to Alzheimers, as a study finds a link between sugar and the brain disease.According to researchers from the University of Bath and King’s College London, this is the first concrete evidence to …
  • Beware! Those pills to reduce gastric acid may silently damage your kidney: Study Washington D.C. , Feb. 22 : Beware! US researchers warned that taking drugs to reduce gastric acid for prolonged periods may lead to serious kidney problems, including kidney failure.Taking popular heartburn drugs for prolonged periods has been li…
  • Newborn suffering feeding problem gets new lease of life New Delhi , Feb. 22 : In rarest of its kind, a paediatric surgery performed by doctors at a city-based hospital gave a new lease of life to a newborn, suffering from a life-threatening defect of the alimentary canal.Baby boy, Aayat, suffered fro…
  • Beware! Zika can be a reason for miscarriage Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 22 : Beware to-be mothers! According to a recent study, Zika virus could lead to a greater risk of miscarriage in the early stage of pregnancy.By administering Zika virus directly into the reproductive tract of pregnant mice…
  • Hormonal maintenance therapy can improve survival in women with rare ovarian, says study Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 22 : Women with a rare type of epithelial ovarian or peritoneum cancer, can now take sigh of relief. A new study reveals that, hormonal maintenance therapy (HMT) may significantly improve survival in women having low-grade s…
  • Now, you can cure insomnia with placebo: Study Washington D.C. , Feb. 23 : Briton researchers have found a simple placebo may really work well to cure insomnia. The findings, appeared in journal Brain, indicated that both neurofeedback and placebo-feedback to be equally effective as reflected …
  • Now, you can cure insomnia with placebo: Study Washington D.C. , Feb. 23 : Briton researchers have found a simple placebo may really work well to cure insomnia. The findings, appeared in journal Brain, indicated that both neurofeedback and placebo-feedback to be equally effective as reflected …
  • Beware! Those pills to reduce gastric acid may silently damage your kidney: Study Washington D.C. , Feb. 22 : Beware! US researchers warned that taking drugs to reduce gastric acid for prolonged periods may lead to serious kidney problems, including kidney failure.Taking popular heartburn drugs for prolonged periods has been li…
  • De Villiers helps Proteas thrash Kiwis by 159 runs in Wellington ODI Wellington , Feb. 25 : Batting heroics from star batsman AB de Villiers and a clinical performance from the bowlers helped South Africa thrash New Zealand by 159 runs in the third ODI of the five-match series here at the Wellington Regiona…
  • Golf with Trump was ‘not political endorsement’, insists McIlroy New Delhi , Feb. 25 : World No. 3 Rory McIlroy has responded to the criticism which he has been facing following his round of golf with U.S.President Donald Trump, saying it was no political endorsement. McIlroy sat with Trump for all 18 holes i…
  • Can perform better as T20 opener, says Asad Shafiq Karachi , Feb. 25 : Pakistan batsman Asad Shafiq, who is a regular feature of the Test line up, believes he can perform better as an opener in the national T20 team.”In the limited over game openers have slightly more time to settle on the pi…
  • I-League: Aizawl seek vengeance against Chennai City Aizawl , Feb. 25 : Aizawl FC have bemused everyone with their dazzling display this season, especially at home where they are still undefeated, even after the tenth round of I-League.Having mustered twenty points from ten matches, Aizawl FC look…
  • `My dream died’, says Claudio Ranieri post sacking London , Feb. 25 : Sacked Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has said that his “dream died” after he was removed from his position, only nine months after leading the club to their maiden Premier League title in their 132-year history.The 65-ye…
  • PV Sindhu set to be Deputy Collector Hyderabad , Feb.24 : Ace Indian shuttler PV Sindhu, who is the first Indian woman athlete to win a silver medal at the Olympics , has accepted a government job which was offered by the Andhra Pradesh Government following her Rio de Janeiro trium…
  • Zulpikar Maimaitiali refuses to fight against Vijender Singh New Delhi , Feb.24 : WBO Oriental Super Middleweight Champion Zulpikar Miamiatiali, who was set to fight WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight Champion and Indian boxing sensation Vijender Singh in the upcoming April 1 bout, has now backed out of …
  • O’Keefe, Smith put Australia on top in Pune Test Pune , Feb.14 : Left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe completed a six-wicket haul before Steve Smith’s half-century guided Australia to a lead of 298 runs against India at the end of the Day Two of the opening Test at the Maharashtra Cricket Associatio…
  • PSL fixing row: Players to face life bans if found guilty, says PCB chief Karachi , Feb.24 : Issuing a stern statement, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that the players found guilty in the recent match fixing scandal in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be handed over life b…
  • HIL 2017: Table toppers Dabang Mumbai to take on Delhi Waveriders in semis Chandigarh , Feb.24 : The stage is set for an exciting day of hockey as the semi-finals of the ongoing fifth edition of Hockey India League (HIL) gets underway with a clash between Kalinga Lancers and Uttar Pradesh Wizards here at the Chandigarh…
  • Students think it’s ‘normal’ to use performance enhancing drugs: Study New Delhi , Feb. 25 : A European study has revealed that the majority of university students believe it is the social norm to use drugs like Ritalin to enhance academic performance – despite very few having used stimulants themselves.The project…
  • Nike’s new ad promotes Hijab-clad women athletes New Delhi , Feb. 25 : “What will they say about you? Maybe they’ll say you showed them what’s possible.”- This is what sports brand Nike has to say through their new commercial, which has gone viral on the Internet.With a commitment to bring in …
  • Good students are more into booze, smoking pots: Study New York , Feb. 25 : It’s not only the peer pressure that makes kids try alcohol or smoke pot! A new study reveals that students with higher marks are more likely to drink alcohol and smoke pot compared with teens with lower scores.According to a …
  • ‘Straight’ women tend to orgasm less! New York , Feb. 25 : ‘Orgasm gap’ is something all have experienced while making love. A report in Fox News now says, a new study offers evidence to the fact that ‘straight’ women have fewer orgasms than men, or lesbian and bisexual women.The rese…
  • Good students are more into booze, smoking pots: Study New York , Feb. 25 : It’s not only the peer pressure that makes kids try alcohol or smoke pot! A new study reveals that students with higher marks are more likely to drink alcohol and smoke pot compared with teens with lower scores.According to a …
  • ‘Straight’ women tend to orgasm less! New York , Feb. 25 : ‘Orgasm gap’ is something all have experienced while making love. A report in Fox News now says, a new study offers evidence to the fact that ‘straight’ women have fewer orgasms than men, or lesbian and bisexual women.The rese…
  • Students think it’s ‘normal’ to use performance enhancing drugs: Study New Delhi , Feb. 25 : A European study has revealed that the majority of university students believe it is the social norm to use drugs like Ritalin to enhance academic performance – despite very few having used stimulants themselves.The project…
  • Nike’s new ad promotes Hijab-clad women athletes New Delhi , Feb. 25 : “What will they say about you? Maybe they’ll say you showed them what’s possible.”- This is what sports brand Nike has to say through their new commercial, which has gone viral on the Internet.With a commitment to bring in …
  • Teens drowsy during mid-afternoon are 4.5 times more likely to commit crimes in adulthood Washington D.C. , Feb. 24 : Parents, please take note! A study warns teenagers who self-report feeling drowsy during mid-afternoon, are 4.5 times more likely to commit violent crimes a decade and a half later.Research from the University of Pennsyl…
  • Fathers beware! Doing cocaine while planning family may affect your son’s memory Washington D.C. , Feb. 24 : A team of US researchers warn, fathers, who do cocaine at the time of conceiving a child, may be putting their son at risk of learning disabilities and memory loss.The findings of the animal study were published online …