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Beti Bachao: Dangal to be screened for govt school students

Published on 20-Jan-2017
 The Delhi Government will be organising screening of the film for 4,500 students enrolled in its schools between January 20 and 24. Movie poster

Aamir Khan-starrer movie 'Dangal' will be screened for the Delhi government students to create awareness and sensitise them towards ...

Yuvraj Singh is a 'champion' for Amitabh Bachchan

Published on 20-Jan-2017
Yuvraj Singh. PTI photo

Superstar Amitabh Bachchan has congratulated cricketer Yuvraj Singh for his superlative performance which led to India's ODI...

Zaira Wasim hits out at Vijay Goel for his take on hijab

Published on 20-Jan-2017
Reacting to Goel's post, the Kashmir teen today tweeted,

"Dangal" actress Zaira Wasim has rejected Sports Minister Vijay Goel's comparison of a burkha clad woman's painting to her, saying she ...

'New method may lead to faster diagnosis of HIV, syphilis'

Published on 20-Jan-2017
The team coated nanoparticles with the antibody to BSA, or bovine serum albumin, which is commonly used as the basis of a variety of diagnostic tests. By mixing the nanoparticles in a test solution - such as one used for a blood test - the BSA proteins preferentially bind with the antibodies that coat the nanoparticles, like a lock and key. File photo

Scientists have developed a new method for medical testing which may lead to faster diagnosis...

Kim Kardashian's stolen jewellery re-cut, sold in black market

Published on 19-Jan-2017
 A police source has confirmed that none of the items taken by robbers breaking into her Paris apartment last October could be recovered, reported Us magazine. file photo

Kim Kardashian's stolen jewellery have all been reportedly melted down or re-cut and sold in the black market.

Sedentary lifestyle may hasten ageing in women: study

Published on 19-Jan-2017
Researchers believe they are the first to objectively measure how the combination of sedentary time and exercise can impact the ageing biomarker. File Photo

Elderly women who sit for more than 10 hours a day with low physical activity have cells that are biologically older by eight years...

Work-related stress may cause cancer in men: study

Published on 19-Jan-2017
Significant links to five of the eleven cancers considered in the study were revealed. These links were observed in men who had been exposed to 15 to 30 years of work-related stress, and in some cases, more than 30 years. File photo

For men, prolonged exposure to work-related stress has been linked to an increased likelihood of lung, colon, rectal and stomach cancer...

Soon, your heartbeat may be password to health records

Published on 19-Jan-2017
Traditional security measures - like cryptography or encryption - can be expensive, time-consuming, and computing-intensive. representation image

A patient's own heartbeat may be soon used as the password to access electronic health records, say scientists who developed a low-cost ...

Low income women at greater heart disease risk: study

Published on 19-Jan-2017
 Cardiovascular disease is the single leading cause of death in women worldwide, with an estimated 8.6 million women dying every year, researchers said. File photo

Women from low socio-economic backgrounds are 25 per cent more likely to suffer a heart attack than disadvantaged men...

Afghanistan's first female orchestra set to take Davos

Published on 18-Jan-2017
The group is set to be catapulted onto the world stage with a performance at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

In the face of death threats and accusations they are dishonouring their families by daring to perform...

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Army officers stand on Indian Army's Pinaka multi-barrel rocket launcher system...

Army officers stand on Indian Army's Pinaka multi-barrel rocket launcher system...

75,000 people gather for a mass protest to support Jallikattu in Coimbatore...

75,000 people gather for a mass protest to support Jallikattu in Coimbatore...

Students of an art school apply finishing touches to a portrait of President elect Donald Trump...

Students of an art school apply finishing touches to a portrait of President elect Donald Trump...

A worker removes snow from the roof of a hotel on a sunny day in Gulmarg, west of Srinagar...

A worker removes snow from the roof of a hotel on a sunny day in Gulmarg, west of Srinagar...

President Pranab Mukherjee with West Bengal Governor KN Tripathi, Chief Minister...

President Pranab Mukherjee with West Bengal Governor KN Tripathi, Chief Minister...

Bollywood actress Soha Ali Khan taking selfie with the newly launched Samsung C9 Pro mobile...

Bollywood actress Soha Ali Khan taking selfie with the newly launched Samsung C9 Pro mobile...

Camel-mounted BSF soldiers participate in rehearsal for the Beating Retreat ceremony...

Camel-mounted BSF soldiers participate in rehearsal for the Beating Retreat ceremony...

Students form a human chain to display VOTE at an awareness campaign Jalandhar...

Students form a human chain to display VOTE at an awareness campaign Jalandhar...

Children holding national flags as they ride on a modified motorcycle ahead of the Republic...

Children holding national flags as they ride on a modified motorcycle ahead of the Republic...

Workers busy installing flower pots as part of the Republic Day Flower show at Glass House...

Workers busy installing flower pots as part of the Republic Day Flower show at Glass House...

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