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  • Calorie Counting Affects The Ability To Focus

    Washington : Counting calories may help you shed a few pounds but the habit may adversely affect your ability to focus when you need it the most, new research suggests, reports IANS.

  • It’s Mahi Way

    Few good training days better than many sessions: Dhoni (more…)

  • India has good all-round strength, says Clive Lloyd

    Perth : Praising the Indian team, Former West Indies captain and chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd has said that the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side has “all-round strength” with players like in-form Shikhar Dhawan and the ever-consistent Virat Kohli.

  • Badminton tournament from today

    Mumbai: The West Zone leg of the PNB MetLife Junior Badminton Championship – 2015 will be held at the Goregaon Sports Club (GSC) from March 3 to 5, 2015. Over 500 entries have been received for this event. This initiative has been approved by Badminton Association of India (BAI). The objective of the ‘PNB MetLife Junior Badminton Championship’ is to identify the future badminton star of India through a mass activation program

  • Swine flu claims two more lives in city

    Indore : Two more suspected patients died due to swine flu on Monday. At least 170 suspected patients are getting treatment in various hospitals of the city.

  • De Villiers threat looms large over Ireland

    Canberra : On a roll after two wins, Ireland will face their biggest challenge of tackling a rampaging AB de Villiers when they clash against South Africa in a pool B match of the cricket World Cup here today.

  • Return To The Present Moment

    “THE key to Zen practice is returning our attention to the present moment as soon as we realize we have drifted away. …”

  • ‘Mountain’ of woes for Steyn

    Canberra : As South African fast bowler Dale Steyn plays his 100th One-Day International on Tuesday the  Mountain fire near his home in Cape Town worries him. “Massive fire behind my house in Stonehurst! Plz be safe and watch out for the mountain animals trying to escape it, porcupines, tortoises.” Steyn tweeted.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- Stress and tension may get vanish. Focus on creating happy situation at home you will take wise decisions today. Chance of romance with your life partner is likely.

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    Budget Sweeps Off Cobwebs Of Yore

    In the mandatory interview to the media he gave after the presentation of the Union Budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley made, among other things, a small confession. Ideally, he said, he would have liked to reduce the corporate tax to 25 per cent this year itself, instead of phasing out the reduction over the next four years. Maybe the tight fiscal situation didn’t permit him the luxury of taking chances. It is

  • Shami on ‘rise’ In icc rankings

    Brisbane : Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni slipped down the ladder to be fourth and 10th respectively, while Shikhar Dhawan retained his seventh spot in the latest ICC ODI batsmen’s rankings released here on Monday.

  • Less Is More, Ask The Kiwis How

    Bollywood was a bit slow to discover the beauty of New Zealand, being happy with London, Paris and Switzerland. Then came Rakesh Roshan’s ‘Kaho Na Pyar Hai’, which introduced us not only to this earthly paradise, but also to the hunky Hrithik and lovely Amisha Patel. There was also some breathtaking scenery – rivers, lakes, snow, snow-covered mountains and what not. Now that New Zealand has been discovered, tourists are flocking there.

  • I would love to play for England again: Pietersen

    London : Banished England cricketer Kevin Pietersen on Monday hailed comments from Colin Graves who will succeed as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman in May, saying he would love to play for England again. Graves insisted that there was a way back for Pietersen in the England team if the former skipper would play county cricket.

  • Bagful Of Good Ideas

    There are certain things that never change in politics. The reaction of the Opposition to the budget, for instance. However good or bad it is, the Opposition must criticise it for leaving the poor stranded, for favouring the rich, or for doing precious little for development, etc. This time too, the response of the Opposition was along predictable lines. Sonia Gandhi said that the budget had nothing much in it, though the

  • Family Partition

    Anxious eyes are now being cast upon the office equipment in Bombay’s stately Sachivalaya, upon the duplicating machines and typewriters, upon the tables and fans. Can Maharashtra keep them for good and save a fat amount of money or will Gujerat be able to take away some of it and avoid a staggering bill?