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  • Retail Therapy Can Expose Your Failures

    New York : Do you buy luxury products such as designer clothes that signal success and make you feel better? This type of retail therapy can actually backfire and leave you thinking more about your failures, reports IANS.

  • MYH administration constitutes 3-member probe panel

    Indore : MY Hospital administration has constituted a three-member committee for probing the case of spraying insecticide in the ward, filled with the patients, on the fifth floor of the hospital about a couple of days ago.

  • 10 New Antibodies Found Against Cancer

    London : Researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark are reporte to have developed 10 new antibodies that can be used in the battle against cancer, says IANS.

  • ‘Woman On Top’ Most Dangerous Sex Position

    London : A team of Canadian researchers has discovered that the “women on top’ sex position is most dangerous for men, responsible for half of all penile fractures in the bedroom, reports IANS.

  • Tennis talent dies of heart failure

    Moscow: Talented Russian tennis player Violetta Degtiareva, dubbed “the next Anna Kournikova” for her glamorous looks and playing skills, has died of reported heart failure. She was 23 and is believed to have died on January 12 during a training session. But the news of death was revealed to the public only on Wednesday after her friend and tennis player Anastasia Vdovenco posted her shocked reaction on Facebook. The reasons for cardiac

  • Whatsapp Adds Messaging From Web

    San Francisco : The popular messaging application WhatsApp, has unveiled a new feature for sending messages from a web browser. The messaging application which has more than 500 million users WhatsApp,  said that its Web service will be a “mirror” and would require an Internet- connected phone to work. “Our Web client is simply an extension of your phone: the Web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device – this means all

  • Prostate Cancer Drug Proving A Boon For Women With Alzheimer’s

    Washington : Women with Alzheimer’s disease showed stable cognition for a year when a drug that is more commonly used to treat advanced prostate cancer was added to their drug regimen, a study says, reports IANS.

  • New Approach To Protect Against Intellectual Disability Found

    New York : Scientists have developed a novel approach that can protect against a genetic disorder that causes “intellectual disability”, including serious memory impairments and altered anxiety levels, according to IANS.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- Your health might take a beating today. Your important work might delayed to some extent but don’t get worried too much. Minor tensions are likely today. Avoid eating junk or outside food.

  • Big Brother Will Tell You What To Watch?

    The Indian film censor board is a funny beast. First, its real name is the Central Board for Film Certification, (CBFC), which indicates its real purpose, i.e. certifying films according to their suitability for various  audiences (adults, kids, kids under parental guidance and so on) but over  the years, it has come to be known as the censor board. This is more than  just a mistake—it suggests the way the general population,

  • Cop Or Cropper, Time Alone Will Tell

    Just over two weeks and Delhi will cast her vote.  Confused, chaotic, mixed-up, her voters are now sitting back and watching the election circus while reserving judgement, for the moment at least. The media, of course, has plunged into the show with passion, and is ensuring that even when issues are raised, these are immediately eclipsed by the personality clash it is so wholeheartedly generating.

  • From the Editor's desk

    A Very Welcome Guest

    For the first time ever, on this Republic Day parade India will have a US President as  chief guest.  That honour goes to Barack Obama. And with that, the Indian  Government will announce to the whole world a much-needed correction in its foreign policy stance. We have had chief guests on R-Day from almost all major and minor nations, but never from the US. This was because Congress Governments, having won power

  • Five Evil Weeks

    Strange are our Government’s methods of moral chastisement! From the way a highly provocative crime film has been banned after it had played five weeks to crowded houses, it is clear that moral interests have also to fight a lot of red-tape before they get an upper hand. The case of this film is peculiar though other cases also demonstrate the typically hesitant and ill-timed decisions of the Government in matters of