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AAP still on boil as another leader speaks out
New Delhi, Mar 4: Dissent continued to plague the Aam Aadmi Party even after the removal of Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan from the political affairs committee as another leader on Wednesday went public with his strong objection to the action against two founding members.
IAF Jaguar crashes in Haryana; pilot safe
New Delhi, Mar 4: A Jaguar fighter-bomber of the Indian Air Force has crashed in a village in Shahabad Kurukshetra in Haryana.
India's film ban no signal of authoritarian regime: US expert
By Arun Kumar, Washington, March 5 : It would be unfair to portray India's banning of a BBC documentary on the gang rape of an Indian woman as a signal of a more authoritarian government, according to a leading US expert.
Sensex gains 84 points; healthcare stocks surge
Mumbai, March 5 : A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), Thursday was trading 84.05 points or 0.29 percent up as healthcare stocks gained.
Delhi HC upholds Chautala sentencing
New Delhi, Mar 5 : Delhi High Court on Thursday upheld the 10-year jail term awarded to former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay along with others by a special CBI court in a teachers' recruitment scam dating back to 1999-2000.
Holi in the clouds
Bhopal, Mar 5 : This year, Holi falls in the first week of March. For cloud lovers like me, tones of sunsets, and colours in the skies of first few days of March were like holi.
India's Daughter maker urges Modi to allow its airing
New Delhi, Mar 5 : British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, whose documentary India's Daughter on the events in the aftermath of the fatal gang-rape of Nirbhaya in Dec 2012 was banned after protests over the interview of one of the unrepentant rapists, appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to allow the ...
Bangladesh chase down Scot's 318
Nelson , Mar 5 : Bangladesh made their bid to reach the quarter-finals stronger by beating Scotland by six wickets Scotland in a World Cup group stage match here on Thursday.
Seychelles releases 19 Indian fishermen
Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala), Mar.5 : Nineteen Indian fishermen who had spent more than a month in custody in Seychelles reached home on Wednesday.
Twitter may purchase live-streaming app Periscope: report
Washington, Mar 05 : Twitter has reportedly been in talks to purchase live streaming app Periscope, which, if materialized, would facilitate users to fire up live video wherever they are and broadcast it to allow people to watch it.
This retina protein may help beat blindness
Washington, March 5 : Scientists have identified a retina protein that plays a crucial role for vision.
Nirbhaya Case: Ilmi demands arrest of lawyers for encouraging ...
New Delhi, Mar. 5 : BJP leader Shazia Ilmi on Thursday demanded the arrest of the lawyers who were representing Mukesh Singh, one of the convicts involved in the December 16, 2012 gang-rape of a 23-year-old woman on a running bus, for encouraging anti-women sentiments.
Common antidepressant can also reverse heart failure
Washington, Mar 5 : A new research has revealed that a commonly prescribed antidepressant could also help in restoring heart failure.
Incompetent AAP incapable of avoiding 'drama': BJP
New Delhi, Mar. 5 : The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is incapable of avoiding drama, and contained an assortment of incompetent people within its ranks, and predicted that it would continue to showcase this trait while remaining in power in Delhi for the ...
JBT scam: Delhi HC upholds 10-year jail term for Chautala
New Delhi, Mar. 5 : The Delhi High Court on Thursday upheld the judgment of a lower court in the awarding of a 10-year jail term to former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay Chautala in connection with a teacher recruitment scam.
Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan's exit from AAP PAC a 'fixed' match: ...
New Delhi, Mar. 5 : Terming the removal of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan from the Political Affairs Committee (PAC) as unfortunate, BJP leader and former AAP member Shazia Ilmi on Thursday said this decision was indicative of the fact that those who raise ...
'Love hormone' oxytocin can be next big thing in psychiatric disorder ...
Washington, Mar 5 : A new study has revealed that oxytocin, also referred as "love hormone," may enhance social function in psychiatric disorders.
Beef ban in Maharashtra evokes mixed response
Chennai/New Delhi/Panipat, Mar.5 : The decision to ban the sale of beef in Maharashtra has evoked mixed reactions from various quarters. While some called it an attempt to appease right-wing outfits, others called for a nation-wide ban on red meat.
Recent economic measures indicate potential for higher growth rate: ...
New Delhi, Mar.5 : The NDA Government's Chief Economic Adviser, Arvind Subramanian, has said that the recent economic measures introduced would power high growth rate.
Putin urges end to 'shameful' political killings following Nemtsov's ...
London, March 05 : Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged that the "shameful" political killings should be put to an end, after the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.
Yahoo Mail introduces new 'Contact Cards' that show person's useful ...
Washington, March 05 : Yahoo has rolled out new "Contact Cards" in Yahoo Mail that linger over a person's name in a message and show useful information about the person like their phone number, links to social profiles, company and title.
Shoaib Akhtar blasted for mocking '150 year old' Pak squad on Indian ...
Karachi, Mar 04 : Former Pakistani fast bowling great Shoaib Akhtar has reportedly been blasted on Twitter for mocking the national squad in a popular Indian comedy television show.
Mediterranean diet halves risk of heart disease
Washington, March 5 : Mediterranean diet filled with olives, nuts, fish, fresh fruits and vegetables among other things, can cut the risk of heart disease by 47 percent.
Waqar Younis claims changes in 'modern' cricket 'little unfair' to ...
Wellington, Mar 05 : Pakistan cricket team head coach Waqar Younis has said that changes in the ODI games is a little unfair to bowlers, tipping the balance of the game too far in favour of the batsmen due to flat wickets, fielding restrictions and bigger bats.
People put extra effort in tasks when rewards are 'uncertain'
Washington, Mar. 05 : A new study has recently revealed that people often tend to put extra efforts in order to obtain uncertain rewards in comparison with the certain rewards.
Holi brings riot of colours in Kolkata
Kolkata, Mar 5 : Holi, the traditional Indian festival of colours, will be celebrated on Thursday, where people of all ages will colour each other with rang and gulal.
You can gain 11-13 'heart failure-free' yrs by avoiding risk factors ...
Washington, Mar 5 : A team of scientists has quantified healthy years gained by avoiding risk factors, like obesity, hypertension and diabetes, for heart failure.
PM Modi extends birthday greetings to MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
New Delhi, Mar. 3 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday extended birthday greetings to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
China set to boost military budget by 10 percent in 2015
London, Mar 05 : China will increase its military budget by about 10 percent in 2015 in order to achieve national defence modernization, according to an official.
India's Daughter should be made compulsory viewing: Shobhaa De
New Delhi, Mar 5 : Writer, columnist and social commentator Shobhaa De says the banned documentary India's Daughter, which interviews one of the rapists of Nirbhaya, should be made compulsory viewing.