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    LED bulbs can connect Internet of Things

    London: Consumer-grade light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs can, with some modifications, be used for connecting devices such as appliances, wearable devices, sensors, toys and utilities that could comprise the Internet of Things (IoT), says a study, according to IANS.

  • ‘Shorgul’ controversy showcases lack of support

    Bollywood is known to come out in support of their peers more often than not when it comes to threats that could affect their artistic freedom. While UDTA PUNJAB saw industry stalwarts like Karan Johar to Aamir Khan extend full support to the makers, movies like SHORGUL have had to suffer the short end of the stick.

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    Chronic fatigue syndrome linked to gut bacteria

    New York : Contrary to common perception, chronic fatigue syndrome may not be psychological in origin as researchers have now identified biological markers of the disease in gut bacteria and inflammatory microbial agents in the blood, reports IANS.

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    Divya Khosla signs actor for Rs 54cr?

    Contrary to the rumors doing the rounds, Divya Khosla Kumar has not signed any A-list actor for an alleged fee of Rs.54 crores for her next film. The director who was spotted on a holiday with her family in Austria followed by the IIFA awards is presently busy working on a couple of subjects which she intends to develop as film scripts as soon as she’s back in Mumbai and any decision

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    Texting alters brain rhythm

    Washington: Texting can change your brain waves, according to a new study that found a unique ‘texting rhythm’ in people who used their smartphone to text message, reports PTI. People communicate increasingly via text messaging, though little is known on the neurological effects of smartphone use, researchers said. To find out more about how our brains work during textual communication using smartphones, researchers analysed data from 129 patients.

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    Shirish Kunder: Controversy’s darling!

    Post its star studded launch and amazing response from across the board, Shirish Kunder’s KRITI has been in the news for the allegation of plagiarism by Aneel Neupane’s film titled BOB. But the director Shirish Kunder and makers have denied all such allegations and now in turn filed a legal notice against the latter for laying false and defamatory allegations on him.

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    Indians risk online security for diet tips

    New Delhi: Three out of four youngsters in India are likely to click on promotional links related to diet tips and programmes and a large section among them are even willing to share their credit/debit card details if such tips take them a step closer to achieving desired results, an Intel Security survey shows, reports IANS.

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    Know why Tapsee Pannu is badass…

    Taapsee Pannu, who has a lot of projects lined up this year, is one of those Bollywood actresses who loves fashion and glamour and is a tomboy, simultaneously.

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    Spontaneity is the key for Fawad Khan

    Fawad Khan, the dishy dreamboat who leaves women of all ages (and many men too!) weak in the knees, is adorably embarrassed by his effect on the fairer sex. “It’s flattering,” he says, adding, “If you’re an object of flattery and an icon of sorts, it’s always nice.” He isn’t afraid of his immensely good looks overshadowing his power as a performer, as he explains that even an actor like Steve McQueen

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    West Indies is a decent side, tour will be challenging: Rahane

    Mumbai: Gearing up for the West Indies tour, stylish India batsman Ajinkya Rahane today said it will be important to start the challenging three-Test series on a positive note. “This is actually my second time to West Indies, first time I was with India A team, but with the Indian team it is my first time and I am really excited about this tour. I’m looking forward and I have prepared myself

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    BCCI revises India-Kiwi Test series itinerary

    New Delhi: The BCCI on Tuesday swapped the venues for the second and the third Test matches against New Zealand while the first match will be hosted in Kanpur from September 22. The board had earlier announced Indore’s Holkar Stadium as the venue for the second Test from September 30 to October 4 and Kolkata’s Eden Gardens for the third and final match from October 8 to 12.

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    It’s time to move on for me: Shastri

    Kolkata: Former India Team Director Ravi Shastri today made it clear that he is “done” with the Indian cricket team and it’s time to “move on”. Shastri recently lost the race to be India’s new chief coach to former captain Anil Kumble.”The chapter is over as far as I am concerned. I firmly believe that it is time to move on. I have nothing more to add or say in this regard,”

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    Adobe forms consortium for secured cloud-based digital signatures

    New York: With an aim to taking digital signatures mainstream, software major Adobe on Tuesday announced the Cloud Signature Consortium — a group comprised of industry and academic organisations committed to building a new open standard for cloud-based digital signatures across mobile and web. According to Adobe, this will bring the world’s most secure form of electronic signing to over seven billion mobile devices around the globe and anyone can digitally sign

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    MJ found Prince to be one of the rudest person

    Melbourne: More evidences of Michael Jackson and Prince’s long-running unrest have come forth, when both are resting in peace.

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    New method can kill cancer cells in two hours

    Houston: Researchers have developed a new, non-invasive method which can kill cancer cells in two hours, an advance that may significantly help people with inoperable or hard-to-reach tumours, as well as young children stricken with the deadly disease. The method involves injecting a chemical compound, nitrobenzaldehyde, into the tumour and allowing it to diffuse into the tissue.

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    Dogs can sniff out low blood sugar: Study

    London: Touted as man’s best friend, canines can now also be trained to sniff out conditions of low blood sugar in patients with Type-1 diabetes, finds an interesting study. Hypoglycaemia — low blood sugar — can cause problems such as shakiness, disorientation and fatigue and comes with little warning. If the patient does not receive a sugar boost in time, it can cause seizures and lead to unconsciousness.