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    Intel security study reveals that almost half of Indian children admit to meeting or wanting to meet a stranger they first met online

    India: Intel Security released the findings of the 2015 edition of its Teens, Tweens and Technology Survey which examines the online behaviors and social networking habits of tweens and teens aged 8 to 16 years old in India. The study also surveyed the concerns of parents, revealing that when it comes to online activity, parents believe (48%) that the worst thing that could happen to their children is interacting with strangers online. This

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    CPI(M) to launch protests against TMC, BJP in Bengal: Yechury

    New Delhi: In a bid to revive its lost strength ahead of next year’s assembly polls in West Bengal, CPI(M) today said it would launch a major campaign against growing communal intolerance and “attacks on democracy” by the Trinamool Congress in the state, accusing it of “match-fixing” with the BJP.

  • Kane Williamson and Mitchell Starc reach milestones in Perth Test

    Perth: New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson and Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc joined elite company as bat continued to dominate ball on the third day of the second Test against Australia at the WACA Ground today.

  • ‘Smart’ glasses for ‘lazy eye’ treatment in children

    Washington: The revolutionary programmable electronic glasses can help improve vision in children just as well as the more traditional treatment using eye patches, a new study on “lazy eye” disease has found.

  • Breathe slowly to smell food better, shows 3D model

    New York: Do you wonder how your body directs the smell of food into the nasal cavity and not in the other direction – into the lungs? The answer lies in a 3D-printed model of the human airway from nostril to trachea.

  • Pakistan army chief’s US visit to focus on Afghanistan, peace talks

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif during his US visit this week will hold talks with top defence officials and discuss key issues like the Afghanistan situation, facilitating peace parleys with the Taliban and Indo-Pak ties, officials said today.

  • tweets, Twitter

    Your tweets can tell a lot about you!

    Washington: What can you tell about people and their situations from just 140 characters they post on Twitter? Quite a lot, according to researchers who analysed more than 20 million tweets to study the psychological characteristics of real-world situations.

  • G20 Summit: Paris carnage an attack on ‘civilised world’: Barack Obama

    Antalya : Expressing solidarity with France and condemning the deadly 13/11 carnage, US President Barack Obama said the attack was directly specifically towards the civilised world and assured his full support in hunting down the perpetrators of the attack.

  • 15 migrant Africans’ bodies found near Egypt border

    Cairo: At least 15 African migrants who appeared to have been shot dead were found by Egyptian police on the border with Israel, the media reported on Sunday. Eight other migrants were injured in the attack, Xinhua news agency quoted police as saying. Ambulances rushed to the northern Sinai city of Rafah, close to the border, the report added. The Egyptian government began military operation since the removal of the Islamist president

  • Kim Cattrall wants a partner

    Los Angeles: Actress Kim Cattrall, best known for her role in the iconic series “Sex and the City”, says she is on the lookout for a new man in her line. However, she’s in no mood to walk the aisle again following three failed marriages.

  • ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ zooms past Rs.100 crore in three days

    New Delhi: Salman Khan’s return as Prem on the silver screen with “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” has reaped crackling results at the box office. The Hindi version of the Sooraj Barjatya directorial has amassed over Rs.100 crore in just three days of its release.

  • Narendra Modi

    Entire humanity must stand against terrorism: Narendra Modi

    Antalya (Turkey): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that all humanity must stand united against terrorism as BRICS leaders met on the sidelines of the G20 Summit that will get underway here later in the day.

  • I was a stripper in my last life: Kate Moss

    Los Angeles: Supermodel Kate Moss believes she may have been a stripper in her past life but wants to be a ballerina or rock star in the future. “I was a ballerina in my last life. No, a stripper in my last life and in my next life, I’ll be a ballerina or a rock star, depending on how this one goes,” she told Hello! magazine, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Moss is always inspired

  • It’s easy to be a bad vegan, says Ellie Goulding

    Los Angeles: “Burn” hitmaker Ellie Goulding, who considers herself an “aspiring vegan”, says being vegan can also mean gorging on a lot of “junk food”. However, she says she does enjoy a “green juice” every day.