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This 'World Heart Day,' laugh a bit louder to keep your heart younger
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : As Confucius said, "Happiness makes up in height, what it lacks in length."

MFN status review meet postponed to next week
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : The meeting which was scheduled today to review the continuance of 'Most Favoured Nation' (MFN) status granted to Pakistan has been postponed to next week.

Agra gears up for traditional Ram Barat festival
Agra (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Sept. 29 : The Janakpuri festival, which is one of the biggest annual events in northern India, kickstarted on Thursday with a Ram Barat (wedding procession) in the wee hours, and after travessing the entire city, it will head for Janakpuri.

Progress Panchayat a mere propaganda: Owaisi
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], : AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday downplayed Centre's 'Progress Panchayat', a campaign to reach out to the minorities and dubbed the entire initiative as a propaganda.

Terminally ill cancer patient from West Bengal opts for Santhara
Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], Sept 29 : In her wish to attain Moksha (freedom from the cycle of rebirth), an 83-old year patient of throat cancer has undertaken the controversial Jain ritual 'Santhara' of voluntary fast-unto-death.

The Voice UK 2017 to see Tom Jones back on red chairs
London [UK], Sept. 29 : Welsh singer and former 'The Voice' judge, Tom Jones is invited back by Independent Television to the show for its seventh season next year.

Sedentary lifestyle is leading cause of heart diseases in India: ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : Heart diseases have been on a rise in India in the recent years. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality in our country.

Iran fires mortar shells into Pakistan, no causality reported
Quetta (Balochistan) [Pakistan], Sept. 29 : The Iranian Border Guards fired mortar shells in Balochistan. However, no causality was reported.

Nova Scotia, Canada initiates study, stay program for Indian students
New Delhi [India], Sep 29 : Nova Scotia, Canada has launched a new pilot program to help recruit and retain international post-secondary students from key markets that includes India.

Disney to make 'The Lion King' live-action movie
Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 29 : The Walt Disney Company has announced that its animated classic, 'The Lion King' is the latest movie to be re-imagined as a live action.

Time has come for India to reconsider MFN status granted to Pakistan, ...
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Sept. 29 : Maintaining that Islamabad is not interested having a good relationship with India, as they have thrown stones and thorns when flowers were offered, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majid Memon has said the time has come to have a relook and ...

'Progress Panchayat' for minorities to be launched today
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : Centre will today launch Progress Panchayat to reach out to the minority community and publicise the various welfare measures taken by the NDA government for their betterment.

Celtic end Man City's winning streak with 3-3 CL draw
London [England], Sept.29 : Pep Guardiola's winning streak with Manchester City came to a halt after they settled with a 3-3 draw against Celtic in their Champions League Group C clash at the Celtic Park on Thursday.

PM Modi has no time for domestic issues, busy with foreign trips: ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : Asserting that Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has written several letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention in the Cauvery water dispute, Brijesh Kalappa, legal advisor to the state government said the latter has no time for domestic ...

World of young Indian hearts is under seize: Study
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : It is a matter of missing many heart beats together. Heart disease is getting younger by the day in India and striking at unlikely early ages. With increasing life style deviation and spiking stress, its catchment area is ominously increasing, taking even children in ...

SKUAST playing vital role to boost agriculture in Kashmir
Srinagar, (J-K) [India], Sept. 29 : Amidst the ongoing tension in the Kashmir Valley post the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani on July 8, the Sher e-Kashmir University of Agriculture Science and Technology (SKUAST) is playing a vital role in giving a boost to the agriculture sector ...

MFN status should be scraped until Pak becomes democratic in true ...
New Delhi [India], Sept 29 : With Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking to review the Most Favoured Status (MFN) status bestowed to Pakistan, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Thursday urged the Centre to scrap the provision until Islamabad becomes truly democratic in its ...

Scarlett Keeling murder: Did no one kill my daughter, asks victim's ...
Panaji (Goa) [India], Sept. 29 : Disappointed by a court's verdict to acquit the accussed reportedly involved in the murder of her 15-year-old daughter Scarlett Keeling in 2008, her mother Fiona MacKeown on Thursday said that it seems as if no one had killed her.

Govt.to set up Digital India payment banks in every district, says ...
New Delhi [India], Sept.29 : The Narendra Modi-led NDA government is trying hard to improve the digital economy of the country with aims to create a trillion dollar economy in few years, the Minister for Information Technology, Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad, has said.

Cauvery dispute: Will plead to reconsider the order passed, says ...
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Sept. 29 : Karnataka Law Minister T.B. Jayachandra on Thursday said they will attend the meeting organised by the Centre and will try to convince the committee to reconsider the order to release 6000 cusecs of water for three days to Tamil Nadu.

PM Modi chairs Cabinet Committee on Security meeting on situation on ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday chaired a Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) meeting on the prevailing situation on the Line of Control (LoC).

`Injured` Anderson set to miss Bangladesh Test series
London [England], Sept.29 :England pace bowler James Anderson is all set to miss next month's Test series against Bangladesh after failing to recover fully from a shoulder injury.

Moscow cries foul after investigation reveals missile that downed ...
The Hague [Netherlands], Sept. 29 : The Joint Investigation Team's (JIT) report on the Malaysian flight MH17 has stated that the Buk missile, that downed the flight, was brought from Russia and fired from a region in eastern Ukraine controlled by the pro-Russian rebels.

Walcott's brace helps Arsenal shut out Basel in Champions League
London [England], Sept.29 : Striker Theo Walcott struck two first-half goals as Arsenal produced a rampant home display to seal a 2-0 win over Basel in their Champions League Group A match at Emirates Stadium on Thursday.

Sweden Indian Nobel Memorial Week to start from Oct.1
New Delhi [India], Sept.29 : The Embassy of Sweden will be celebrating the tenth edition of The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week 2016 betweenOctober 1 -7, 2016.

Five-day skill development program on Kouna Craft underway in Imphal
Imphal [India], Sept. 29 : A five day-long Livelihood Skill Development Program on the crafts of Kouna (water hyacinth) has been launched under the self sponsorship of Women Welfare Association, Imphal West at Kwakeithel Konjeng Leikai, Imphal West District.

Cauvery dispute: Siddaramaiah to meet Uma Bharati today as Karnataka ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : With the Karnataka government not complying just yet with the Supreme Court's order to urgently release more water from the Cauvery river to Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will meet union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti today.

SC to resume hearing challenging bail to ex-RJD parliamentarian ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : The Supreme Court today is set to continue its hearing over a petition demanding the cancellation of the bail granted to former Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Member of Parliament Mohammad Shahabuddin, who is facing criminal charges in around 50 cases.

Government must rethink before withdrawing MFN status from Pakistan: ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : Senior advocate K T S Tulsi on Thursday stated that the proposed move to withdraw the status of the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) from Pakistan would be very unfortunate and urged the government to have a rethink over it.

National conference on 'prison reforms' to be held today
New Delhi [India], Sept. 29 : A two-day national conference on prison reforms will be held in New Delhi today, where heads of prisons of states and union territories will take part.

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