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  • College Staffer Arrested For Taking Bribe To Pass Student

    Mumbai : The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Monday arrested a 37-year-old college staffer of SNDT College, Ghatkopar while allegedly accepting an amount of Rs 6,000 from a student of the college as bribe to help her clear the subject she had failed. The arrested accused has been identified as Deepak Aatmaram Kaneri who works as an office staffer in the college. The girl who is a third year student had failed in

  • Adulthood Begins At 25: Study

    London : People do not become adults until the age of 25, suggests a new research which found that adolescent desires of sensation-seeking in the brain may last for longer than previously thought, reports PTI.

  • Cool Clouds That Follow You Around

    London : An Italian architect has recently developed a cooling “water vapour cloud” that follows people as they walk, reports ANI.

  • A Birth Control Pill For Men On The Horizon

    New York : For men who resent wearing condoms, a new non-intrusive solution is on the anvil – a birth control pill, reports IANS. At least two projects are in the pipeline for choking male fertility.

  • Samsung Launches New Phones, Convertible Fridge

    Bangkok : Global electronics giant Samsung Monday launched a range of products, including three 4G-enabled smartphones, the world’s first “convertible” refrigerator and a library of 2.5 lakh Indian songs and 1,500 movies, reports IANS.

  • Meeting held to review Red Cross Society works

    Indore : The Red Cross Society is expanding its activities in the district. As usual its focus would be on health and charitable activities.

  • Law papers postponed

    Indore : Citing administrative reasons, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) postponed first paper of LLB fifth semester and BA-LLB ninth semester exams which were scheduled to start from Wednesday.

  • Here’s What Makes Women Happy

    London : It is definitely not easy to please a woman but there are certain things which can make a woman happy, reports ANI.

  • Google Developing Body Odour Busting Device?

    London : Tech giant Google has been awarded a patent for a body odour busting device which releases fragrances to keep the user smelling fresh, reports PTI.

  • Why Do Some Galaxies ‘Burst’

    Washington : To help understand why some galaxies “burst” while others do not, an international team of astronomers have dissected a cluster of star-forming clouds at the heart of NGC 253, one of the nearest starburst galaxies to the Milky Way, reports IANS.

  • Selfie Obsession Is Not Just Narcissism

    London : Is one’s love for selfies just an exercise in self-obsession? Perhaps not. New research suggests that clicking selfie’s could actually be an empowering activity, helping young people to develop their identity, and boost confidence and self-esteem, reports IANS.

  • Toll plaza to be shut

    Dewas : After expiry of the stipulated time period for recovery of toll at Dewas Bypass near District Jail, the Public Works Department has issued an order to shut the operation and recovery at Toll Plaza from Monday Midnight onwards.

  • Tolerating Annoyance

    LIFE’S too short and you have too much else going on to tolerate the many annoyances that sap your attention and drain your energy.

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    China not ready to ditch Confucius Yet

    There is a lovely story, perhaps apocryphal, that was narrated to me during a brief visit to China last week. It seems that a competition was organised for school students around the time President Xi Jinping assumed charge for the most telling and pithy description of the “Chinese dream.” The winner turned to be the wise guy who summed up this national philosophy in just two words: “Black Audi.”

  • AAP Must Dig In Its Heels And Stay

    The Delhi election outcome has been a learning exercise for the political parties. An immediate fallout of the results was the toning down of Arvind Kejriwal’s characteristically caustic observations in his Ramlila ground speech after being sworn-in as the Chief Minister.