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  • Retelling ‘we-stories’ can strengthen strained love lives

    etc leadWashington : Reclaiming positive stories can help couples that have become distant, strained and stressed find ways to connect and strengthen their relationships, according to an expert, says ANI.

  • 3 UAE women attacked at London hotel

    London : Three women from the UAE were brutally attacked in their room at a posh London hotel by a hammer-wielding man and were in hospital with severe head injuries, police said on Monday

  • TIMELINE: Sun Pharma gets Ranbaxy, Daiichi the liability

    INDIA-JAPAN-PHARMACEUTICAL-SUN-ACQUISITION-DAIICHI-RANBAXYNEW DELHI : It was India’s first multinational company, bullying global majors by launching generic versions of their best selling drugs, and filing for exclusivity rights in the world’s biggest pharmaceuticals market, the US.

  • Priti Rathi acid attack case closed

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Monday disposed of a petition filed by the father of 24-year-old Priti Rathi, who was killed in an acid attack case last year, seeking CBI probe, after it was informed that the accused person has been arrested and chargesheeted.

  • Soon, technology that can ‘dissolve’ stolen credit cards

    Credit Cards-Late PaymentsWashington : Scientists are trying to build degradable materials and electronics that can safely melt when triggered, like if you lose your credit card, you could send out a signal that causes the card to self-destruct, reports ANI.

  • 3 Israeli diplomats booked for beating immigration officer

    New Delhi: Three Israeli diplomats have been slapped with criminal charges for allegedly assaulting an immigration official at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Police said one of the diplomats had slapped the official and the two others roughed him up following an altercation at the Terminal-3 of the airport. They said the trio could not be arrested as they enjoy diplomatic immunity.

  • Globe Trotting

    2-year-old boy shoots and  kills 11-year-old sister

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    RCom, Reliance Jio sign intra-city infra sharing agreement

    SINGAPORE-ASIA-TELECOM-SMS-TECHNOLOGY-INTERNETNew Delhi : In the third infrastructure sharing agreement between firms run by brothers Mukesh and Anil Ambani, Reliance Industries’ telecom arm has agreed to use Reliance Communication Ltd’s intra-city fibre network to roll out 4G services.

  • City roundup 13

    Judge recuses from hearing suit in Syedna successor row

  • Kalmadi still casts shadow on Pune battle

    ATHLETICS-ASIA-INDIA-KALMADI-FILESPune : After placating sitting MP Suresh Kalmadi who was sulking over denial of ticket, the Congress managers are confronted with a tough task of retaining the Pune Lok Sabha seat by overcoming the main challenge from a resurgent BJP in a quadrangular contest which is on cards.

  • SonakShi – Rajini Age doesn’t count!

    b SonakshiSonakshi Sinha has been finalised to play the lead opposite Rajinikanth in K Ravikumar’s next film. However the offer was accepted only after the age difference between the two actors was justified in the script.

  • Ranveer-Deepika together again

    b Ranveer-DeepikaWell, if rumours are to be believed then this is the biggest one till now. Talks had been floating about Deepika Padukone giving her nod for Karan Johar’s much awaited film ‘Shuddhi’ which would be directed by Karan Malhotra, the man behind ‘Agneepath’.

  • Decoded: Mystery of touch

    BD3715-001New York : Scientists have found how cells just beneath the skin surface enable us to feel fine details and textures, reports PTI.

  • Sebi revokes curbs on USD-INR contracts

    Mumbai : With the rupee stabilising over the recent months, market regulator Sebi today revoked certain restrictions it had imposed on dollar-rupee derivative trading in July last year, reports PTI.

  • What to eat and what not…

    etc 6th leadLondon : Get your diet chart right for a healthier and happier you, says IANS. Faith Toogood, a nutritionist working with Spire Bristol Hospital, has suggested tips on foods that can help in boost healthy living, reports femalefirst.co.uk.