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    Public celebration for Australian cricket team on Monday
    Melbourne, March 29 : Cricket Australia (CA) will hold a public celebration for its World Cup winning squad at Federation Square here on Monday.

    Ferrari's Vettel beats Mercedes, wins Malaysia GP
    Sepang (Malaysia), March 29 : Germany's Sebastian Vettel scored his and Ferrari's first win since 2013 as a superb drive for the Italian team took him to victory podium in the Formula 1 Malaysia Grand Prix here on Sunday.

    Baha'is seek Modi's help to overcome Iranian persecution
    By Rahul Vaishnavi, New Delhi, March 29 : Disheartened by Iran accepting just two of the 10 recommendations made by a UN rights panel on ending the persecution of Baha'is, the community hopes Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can help ensure their safety in that country.

    President, PM congratulate Australia for World Cup win
    New Delhi, March 29 : President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated the Australia cricket team on winning the 2015 World Cup in Melbourne.

    World Cup final: Australia vs New Zealand scoreboard
    Melbourne, March 29 : The following is the scoreboard of the cricket World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here on Sunday:

    Australia crush New Zealand, claim historic fifth Cup
    Melbourne, March 29 : Australia became the first team to clinch five cricket World Cup titles crushing traditional rivals New Zealand by seven wickets in the final of the 11th quadrennial tournament at the majestic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here on Sunday.

    Lee Kuan Yew's funeral service ends
    Singapore, March 29 : The funeral service for Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew on Sunday at the University Cultural Centre (UCC) located at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has ended.

    Lift 'no fly zone' restriction: India urges Saudi Arabia
    New Delhi/Thiruvananthapuram, March 29 : External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has urged the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to persuade Saudi Arabia to lift the ban on flying through its air space to help stranded Indians in Yemen fly home, said a Kerala minister.

    Germany holds 'Make in India' fortnight before Modi visit
    Frankfurt, March 29 : A "Make in India" fortnight was held near here, concluding on Friday, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Germany next month, the Indian consulate said in a statement here.

    Video mapping steals the show at IIT-Roorkee fest
    Roorkee (Uttarakhand), March 29 : A visual illusion display by a Portuguese video mapping duo, in collaboration with world famous disc jockey David Guetta, stole the show at the onging Cognizance festival in IIT-Roorkee.

    'Good fat' communicates with brain to counter obesity
    New York, March 29 : Brown fat tissue or "good fat" communicates with the brain through sensory nerves, possibly sharing information that is important for fighting human obesity, say researchers from Georgia State University.

    Being an actor a torture for skin: Taapsee Pannu
    New Delhi, March 29 : "Baby" actress Taapsee Pannu, who has signed up an endorsement deal with skincare brand Everyuth, says the acting profession is a "torture" on one's skin -- but with a mix of right food and liquid intake, she keeps herself glowing.

    RoomsTonite mobile app offers 24x7 assistance
    Bengaluru, March 29 : Last-minute hotel booking mobile application RoomsTonite has unveiled a 24x7 assistance service to help travellers with enquiries and meet their needs at pre-stay, during stay and post-stay.

    Fresh evidence for groundwater on Mars
    London, March 29 : Researchers have found fresh evidence of groundwater presence on the Red Planet.

    AAP to set up new Lokpal, disciplinary committee
    New Delhi, March 29 : A day after it acted against dissident leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, the AAP on Sunday decided to set up a new internal Lokpal and a disciplinary committee.

    Two Pakistani smugglers killed, 12 kg heroin seized in Punjab
    Chandigarh, March 29 : The BSF has killed two Pakistani smugglers along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab and recovered 12 kg heroin, valued at Rs.50 crore in the international market, from them, an official said on Sunday.

    Radhika won't do songs that objectify women
    Mumbai, March 29 : Actress Radhika Apte, who picks content-driven films, says she would not do an item song which objectifies women.

    No flood threat to Kashmir Valley: Met
    Srinagar, March 29 : The Kashmir Valley faces no flood threat, authorities said on Sunday, as many residents of Srinagar began shifting to safer areas as the water level in the Jhelum rose menacingly.

    How humans are anatomically different from Neanderthals
    London, March 29 : The fact that Neanderthals were anatomically different from us and that the differences percolated down to the smallest bones has been reasserted by a fresh finding.

    'Facebook Generation' happier than teenagers a decade ago
    London, March 29 : Today's "Facebook Generation" is happier and healthier than teenagers a decade ago, finds a new study.

    Italy's coach gets death threats over Marchisio injury
    Rome, March 29 : The president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), Carlo Tavecchio has revealed Italy's national coach Antonio Conte has received death threats following an injury to his Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio.

    Providing too much attention to a task may be futile
    New York, March 29 : Being too focused on a task may not yield perfect results as researchers have found that too much attention hinders the brain from switching from an ongoing strategy to a new and perhaps more efficient one.

    Smartphone bill alerts can leave you distressed
    Toronto, March 29 : Bill alerts from mobile phone companies in your email or via SMS are meant to inform you when you are about to exceed their plan limit and make the things better. But just the opposite may be happening, find researchers.

    Nawazuddin gives 'full marks' to Varun Dhawan
    By Subhash K. Jha, Mumbai, March 29 : The actor in front of Nawazuddin Siddiqui in "Badlapur" was a relatively inexperienced Varun Dhawan. But balancing out his own experiences with the "Main Tera Hero" actor in "Badlapur" turned out to be a smooth sailing for the National Award winner.

    Germany gets to know about 'Make in India'
    Berlin, March 29 : Germany was introduced to the "Make in India" initiative with a series of events this month ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit in April when he will inaugurate the Hannover Trade Fair, dubbed the world's largest industrial fair.

    Malaysia's ethnic Indian men won't marry rape victims
    Kuala Lumpur, March 29 : A video survey conducted by a television channel has shown Malaysia's ethnic Indian men saying that they will not marry rape victims.

    Can daylight in schools protect eyesight of kids?
    New York, March 29 : A century-old belief that high daylight levels in schools could prevent short sight or myopia may be true even today, suggests a study.

    Stream live video with new Twitter app
    Toronto, March 29 : You can turn your iPhone into a live video feed with this new app from Twitter.

    Designers make contemporary, edgy statements at AIFW
    New Delhi, March 29 : The runway of ongoing autumn-winter edition of Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) here was transformed into a land of dreams and a canvas with designers Sonam Dubal and Poonam Bhagat taking stage to present their collections. While Dubal became the dream merchant, Bhagat picked ...

    Smaller plates, smaller portions? Not always
    New York, March 29 : If you thought you can trick yourself into eating less if you use a smaller plate, you are wrong, warns a new study.

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