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    Men more aggressive, women more self-conscious on dating sites

    Washington D.C : When it comes to making the first move in online dating, men tend to be more aggressive and contact users they are interested in, whereas women tend to be more conscious of their own attractiveness to other users, suggests a new research.

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    Cranberries can ‘juice up’ your immunity

    Washington D.C: An old wives’ tale might be held up by modern science as a new study has found that cranberry juice is effective at preventing bacterial infections. A research team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth has characterized the role of compounds in cranberry juice that block the critical first step in bacterial infections. The results open a potential new area of focus for

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    Changing mindset crucial before series: Kumble

    Antigua: Emphasising that batting for longer duration will be key, India’s chief coach Anil Kumble says they are focusing on changing the mindset of the batsmen from shorter to longer format ahead of the Test series against West Indies, starting here tomorrow.

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    Protein that can boost growth of damaged muscle tissue

    New York: Researchers have found that a protein that plays a key role in the lives of stem cells can bolster the growth of damaged muscle tissue, a step that could potentially contribute to treatments for muscle degeneration caused by old age and diseases such as muscular dystrophy.

  • Hyderabad boy Rohit Khandelwal crowned Mr World 2016

    London: Rohit Khandelwal has become the first Indian to win the coveted title of Mr World 2016 at the grand finale of the Mr World competition held at the Southport Theatre & Convention Centre in Southport, UK.

  • June 2016 hottest on record: US weathermen

    Washington: Last month was declared the hottest June in 137 years of record keeping, making it the 14th consecutive month to break the global temperature record, according to the US weathermen.

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    Uncertainty over Sidhu joining AAP continues

    New Delhi: With the ambiguity over former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu’s decision to quit the BJP and join the AAP continuing for the third consecutive day, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday said that they were in touch with the former Rajya Sabha MP, but the date of him joining them was yet to be decided.

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    Two New Mahindra Reva Cars Coming This Year

    After years of going solo, the Mahindra Reva e2o finally ended its lonely streak with the launch of the e-Verito. It looks like Mahindra wants to speed up the slew of new EV launches, and a senior executive from the company has revealed that two new products will be launched by the end of 2016.

  • Wipro shares tank 7% on disappointing earnings

    Mumbai: Shares of Wipro tumbled almost 7 per cent today after the company missed street expectations with over 6 per cent fall in net profit for the first quarter ended June and forecast that IT services sales would grow less than 1 per cent in July-September.

  • Will Shahid Kapoor romance Deepika Padukone in Padmavati?

    New Delhi: Rumours are doing the rounds that actor Shahid Kapoor has been reportedly roped in to play Deepika Padukone’s on screen husband Raja Rawal Ratan Singh in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming classic tale ‘Padmavati.’

  • Hockey legend Mohammed Shahid passes away

    New Delhi: Hockey legend Mohammed Shahid passed away after battling kidney and liver problems at a Gurgaon hospital on Wednesday. He was 56.

  • Pakistan raises Kashmir issue with UN officials

    United Nations: Pakistan continued to raise the Kashmir issue with top UN officials and submitted letters to UN chief Ban Ki-moon and Security Council President expressing “concern” over alleged human rights violations in the Valley after the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani.