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At least four Afghan soldiers killed in Kabul blast
New York, Oct 21 : At least four Afghan soldiers have been killed in a blast on a mini bus in the capital city of Kabul.
Kiplagat determined to win New York Marathon
Nairobi, Oct 21 : World Marathon Champion Edna Kiplagat of Kenya is determined to win the New York City Marathon Nov 2, the final event of 2014 World Marathon Majors (WMM).
Fans love Taylor Swifts' 'Welcome to New York'
Los Angeles, Oct 21 : Singer Taylor Swift has released the third song - "Welcome to New York" - from her forthcoming album "1989" on iTunes, and fans are loving it.
How stress ups depression risk
New York, Oct 21 : The immune system is crucial to fend off diseases, but if it is hypersensitive to stress, the risk of depression may go up, says new research.
Bethenny Frankel set to return to 'Real Housewives of New York City'
Washington, Oct 21 : Bethenny Frankel will be returning on the 'Real Housewives of New York City' for the show's seventh season, it has been reported.
Now, listen to Taylor Swift's latest single 'Welcome to New York' on ...
Washington, Oct 21 : Taylor Swift has recently launched her latest single 'Welcome to New York' on iTunes, it has been reported.
NASA designing 'flying firefighters'
New York, Oct 21 : The US space agency is developing drones that will not only detect fires but also help extinguish the flames before they get out of control.
Toddlers may show signs of autism at 18 months
New York, Oct 21 : Younger siblings of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may show signs of the disorder by the time they are just 18 months, said a study.
Recalling lessons during rest improves learning
New York, Oct 21 : Recalling the things that you have already learnt boosts your future learning, found a research.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Toni Garrn bond over tennis
New York, Oct 21 : Actor Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted enjoying a friendly tennis match with supermodel girlfriend Toni Garrn here.
'Heart attacks not connected to family history'
New York, Oct 21 : Your lifestyle choices and environment decide whether you will have a heart attack or not, not your genes, said a study.
Facebook to locate your stolen passwords
New York, Oct 21 : In a bid to keep its users' accounts safe, social networking site Facebook has created an automated service that monitors the web for stolen email addresses and passwords.
US group to contest immunity for Modi
New York, Oct 21 : A US group that has filed a case against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for alleged crimes against humanity has said it would contest the Obama administration's "suggestion of immunity" for the Indian leader.
Phone hacking scheme used to finance Mumbai attack: NYT
New York, Oct 20 : Phone hackers in the US are bilking unsuspecting customers of billions of dollars every year through a scheme that was used to finance the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, according to the New York Times.
U.S. military airdrops arms, medical supplies to Kurds battling ...
New York, Oct 20 : The United States military claimed on Sunday that it has dropped medical supplies, arms and ammunition to Kurdish fighters who are fighting against Islamic State (IS) militants to hold the Syrian border town of Kobani.
Parent stem cells controlled by progeny
New York, Oct 20 : Megakaryocytes or large cells found in bone marrow play a critical role in regulating stem cells, found a study.
Young kids often given wrong medication
New York, Oct 20 : One child is affected every eight minutes when usually a well-meaning parent or caregiver commits an unintentional medication error, said a US-based study.
How to prevent brain damage after trauma
New York, Oct 20 : A treatment to prevent the body's immune system from killing brain cells can reduce the brain damage caused by head injuries, a study co-authored by an Indian origin researcher has found.
Stop creating fake profiles to nab criminals: Facebook
New York, Oct 20 : Social networking site Facebook has asked the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to desist from creating fake profiles to nab criminals.
People enjoy tweets they did not ask for: Twitter
New York, Oct 20 : Do you enjoy tweets that land in your account from people you do not follow? A latest experiment from the micro-blogging site revealed that people like viewing tweets they did not ask for.
Kids' genes put mothers at risk of joints disease
New York, Oct 20 : Having children with certain genetic makeup, inherited from the father, increases the mother's risk of rheumatoid arthritis - a chronic disorder that affects joints, says a new study.
Russell Brand threatened of arrest ?
New York, Oct 20 : Comedian Russell Brand was reportedly threatened of arrest by the Fox News headquarters' security guard here after he started filming an episode of his webcast "The Trews" without permission.
Food pipe tissue grown from stem cells
New York, Oct 19 : Using a simple technique known as multiple combinations of cell populations, researchers have grown tissue of the oesophagus (food pipe).
Does the Saturn moon hide a 'fossil' core or an ocean?
New York, Oct 19 : A new study focused on the interior of Saturn's icy moon Mimas suggests that its icy surface cloaks either a rugby ball-shaped rocky core or a sloshing sub-surface ocean.
Madison Square like event planned for Modi in Sydney
By Sandeep Datta, New Delhi, Oct 18 : With Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to visit Australia for the G-20 summit in Brisbane in mid-November, efforts are on to ensure his charisma overwhelms the Indian diaspora there like at New York's Madison Square event.
New York restaurant declined President Obama's credit card
Melbourne, Oct 18 : President Barack Obama has revealed that his credit card had been declined at a New York restaurant.
Project to scan 'social pollution' on Twitter
New York, Oct 18 : Researchers at the Indiana University in the US are working on an ambitious project to collect and analyse 'social pollution' that is spreading on social media like Twitter.
Smoking during pregnancy alters newborn's DNA
New York, Oct 18 : Babies born to mothers who smoke during pregnancy may find it difficult to cope with stressors of daily life later due to an alteration in DNA of a gene that regulates passage of stress hormones from mother to foetus, a study says.
Amid Ebola fears in US, NYT chooses to focus on India's 'health ...
Washington, Oct 18 : As US President Barack Obama tapped a long-time Democratic operative to become his administration's Ebola response coordinator amid rise in confirmed cases in his country, the New York Times strangely chose to focus on "India's Public Health Crisis."
Nick Cannon, new selfie champion
New York, Oct 18 : Actor Nick Cannon has broken the record of taking the maximum number of selfies in an hour.