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  • ‘Passionate’ Palash Sen fights injury back, fulfills shoot commitment By Somdatta Saha New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Indian rock band Euphoria’s front-man Palash Sen, known for his energy and enthusiasm, yet again proved his resilience by continuing his shoot for the band’s first short film despite suffering a severe injury recen…
  • Baar Baar Dekho: Nitya Mehra is all excited for her directorial debut New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Nitya Mehra, after having a vast experience in the field of film making under directors like Farhan Akhtar, Ang Lee, is all set with her directorial debut ‘Baar Baar Dekho.’ Sharing about her excitement, Nitya said, “It’s been exci…
  • Sonali Bendre not to enter Star Plus’ ‘Jaana Na Dil Se Door’ New Delhi, Aug. 23 : This must be a disheartening news for the Sonali Bendre fans who got excited after reports of her being part of Star Plus’s show ‘Jaana Na Dil Se Door’ created a lot of buzz.The actress took to her Twitter handle today to clarify t…
  • Kareena is very much in ‘Veere Di Wedding’ New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Finally it is officially confirmed that Kareena Kapoor Khan is very much a part of ‘Veere Di Wedding.’ According to a Pinkvilla report, the makers including producer Rhea Kapoor have laughed off the reports, and clarified that Kare…
  • Ciara, Russel Wilson’s wedding was planned thrice! Washington D.C., Aug. 23 : Planning Ciara and Russell Wilson’s big day was no less than a task, reveals their wedding planner close to two months after the wedding.According to Mindy Weiss, the wedding planner, she did the whole arrangement “three time…
  • Demi Lovato lands in legal trouble over copyright infringement Washington D.C., Aug. 23 : Looks like Demi Lovato has landed in a new legal soup as the singer was recently slapped with a lawsuit filed by indie band Sleigh Bells for copyright infringement.As per E! Online, the group claims that Lovato’s 2015 hit ‘S…
  • PeeCee shows-off her singing talent with Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic’ New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Her singing talent is no less than her acting skills- Priyanka Chopra proves it yet again with her own version of Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic.’ The ‘Mary Kom’ actress took to her social media handles to post the video, where she is seen…
  • RGV apologises to all Chiranjeevi fans for criticising his 150th New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Ram Gopal Varma and his tweets manage to top the headlines every time. The filmmaker recently took to his Twitter handle to seek apology after critising megastar Chiranjeevi for the title of his upcoming flick ‘Kaidi No.150.’ “Afte…
  • Reports on rest of cast, apart from Amitji, are wrong: RGV on ‘Sarkar 3’ New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Ram Gopal Varma today asked fans to hold their breath for sometime as he soon will announce the rest of the cast of ‘Sarkar 3’on his Twitter handle.”Some media reports on rest of cast apart from Amitji in Sarkar3 are totally wrong….
  • Dream Team ends their tour with bang! New Delhi, Aug. 23 : After making the United States of America move and groove with the top Bollywood numbers for almost two weeks, the Dream Team finally ended their tour with a bang.The team, led by Karan Johar, had Sidharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan, K…
  • 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,…
  • First-of-its-kind MVM inaugurated at Aam Aadmi Mohalla Clinic New Delhi, Aug. 23 : Ambassador Jonathan Addleton, Mission Director to India, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Dr. Nutan Mundeja, Project Director of the AAMC 100, today inaugurated an automated Medicine Vending Machine (MVM) at th…
  • Socio-economic factors influence survival of younger patients with multiple myeloma Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : Advances in the treatment of multiple myeloma, a cancer that forms in a type of white blood cell, have led to improved survival majorly among young and white patients, whereas the survival rate observed in patients of other e…
  • Get some sleep to makes relearning faster Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : All the students, get some sleep in between study sessions as that may make it easier to recall what you studied and relearn what you’ve forgotten, even 6 months later.”Our results suggest that interleaving sleep between prac…
  • Get some sleep to makes relearning faster Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : All the students, get some sleep in between study sessions as that may make it easier to recall what you studied and relearn what you’ve forgotten, even 6 months later.”Our results suggest that interleaving sleep between prac…
  • Get some sleep to makes relearning faster Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : All the students, get some sleep in between study sessions as that may make it easier to recall what you studied and relearn what you’ve forgotten, even 6 months later.”Our results suggest that interleaving sleep between prac…
  • Pokemon Go benefits human health, really? Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : A new study says that games like Pokemon Go may have quite a good impact on personal and public health.In an editorial by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers “Pokemon Go, Go, Go, Gone?” it is said that The combination of augme…
  • Gareth Bale renews Real Madrid contract until 2021: report Madrid, Aug 23 : Real Madrid star striker Gareth Bale has reportedly been rewarded for his stellar performances with a new five-year contract that will keep him at the Bernabeu until 2021.Confirming the news, Spanish newspaper Marca stated that the Wel…
  • ISL champs Chennaiyin FC announce PUMA as official kit partner New Delhi, Aug 23 : Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin FC is delighted to announce PUMA as the club’s official kit partner for the forthcoming season.PUMA will be providing the match and training kit to Chennaiyin FC’s first team squad and staff …
  • Sammy’s blessing helped me ease into T20 captaincy role: Brathwaite Port of Spain, Aug 23 : Newly-appointed West Indies T20 captain Carlos Brathwaite on Tuesday said that a vote of confidence from his predecessor Darren Sammy and encouragement from senior players have helped him ease into his new responsibility.Earlier…
  • Ashwin relishes five-wicket haul more than hundred Port of Spain, Aug 23 : Despite belting all of his four centuries against the West Indies, including two in the just-concluded Test series, Indian premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has revealed that he extracts more satisfaction from taking a fiv…
  • Olympian Sudha Singh diagnosed with H1N1 virus, not Zika Bengaluru, Aug 23 : Marathon runner Sudha Singh, who has given blood samples for tests to check for the Zika virus, has been diagnosed with H1NI infection and not the disease contracted from daytime-active Aedes mosquitoes.The Indian athlete, who parti…
  • Dejected Narsingh reiterates demand for CBI probe into doping row New Delhi, Aug 23 : Dope-tainted Narsingh Yadav, who has been handed a four-year ban by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS), on Tuesday reiterated his demand for a CBI investigation into his doping case.”I have been framed, I want a CBI inquiry i…
  • Dejected Narsingh reiterates demand for CBI probe into doping row New Delhi, Aug 23 : Dope-tainted Narsingh Yadav, who has been handed a four-year ban by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS), on Tuesday reiterated his demand for a CBI investigation into his doping case.”I have been framed, I want a CBI inquiry i…
  • Had expected 3-4 medals from Indian wrestlers in Rio: WFI chief New Delhi, Aug 23 : Describing the Rio Olympics experience as “sweet and sour”, Wrestling Federation of India president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh said they had expected at least 3-4 medals from the grapplers but added the sudden ban on Narsingh Yadav …
  • Under fire Sports Ministry constitutes committee to probe Jaisha’s allegations New Delhi, Aug. 23 : The Sports Ministry on Tuesday constituted a two-member committee to inquire into the allegations of long-distance runner O.P.Jaisha, who fainted at the end of the gruelling race at the recently concluded Rio Olympics. The committe…
  • Kerala Blasters bolster midfield with signing of Azrack Mahamat New Delhi, Aug 23 : Kerala Blasters on Tuesday announced the signing of Chadian international midfielder Azrack-Yassine Mahamat to bolster their team for the upcoming season of the Indian Super League.Azrack Mahamat, who plays in the defensive midfield…
  • 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…
  • Your early life career impacts your health in early 40s Washington D.C., Aug. 22 : If your job gives you satisfaction in your late 20s and 30s, then it will impact your overall health in your early 40s.A study by Ohio State University has found that while job satisfaction had some impact on physical health,…