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<strong>Team</strong> India keeps an eye on Rohit Sharma's recovery

Team India keeps an eye on Rohit Sharma's recovery

28 Jan 2015

Perth: Gearing up for a virtual semifinal against England here on Friday, the Indian cricket team will keep a keen eye on the progress of batsman Rohit Sharma, who continues to nurse a sore hamstring.

Indian cricket team,   Rohit Sharma,   ODI tri series,   India in Australia ,  
 Quitting smoking gradually <strong>may</strong> help kick the habit

Quitting smoking gradually may help kick the habit

28 Jan 2015

London: Want to quit smoking? Do it gradually. Smokers may find it easier to kick the butt if they stop smoking gradually than if they quit abruptly, a new study suggests.

Quit smoking,   Smokers,   human brain,   blood flow,   University of Copenhagen ,  
 Facebook addiction <strong>may</strong> show up in brain

Facebook addiction may show up in brain

28 Jan 2015

New York: Scientists have found that people who experience compulsive urges to use Facebook have some brain patterns similar to those found in drug addicts.

Facebook addiction,   human brain,   social networking sites,   drug addicts,  
Stem cell breakthrough <strong>may</strong> lead to baldness cure

Stem cell breakthrough may lead to baldness cure

28 Jan 2015

Washington: Scientists have successfully used human stem cells to generate new hair, paving the way for a potential new cure for baldness.

human stem cells,   baldness cure,   hair loss,   human hair growth,  
 Indian employees <strong>may</strong> get 11.3 percent salary hike this year: Study

Indian employees may get 11.3 percent salary hike this year: Study

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Employees in India are likely to see their salary rise by an average 11.3 percent this year with FMCG and chemical industry expected to lead the market, according to global management consultancy Hay Group.

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<strong>Barbados</strong> <strong>may</strong> <strong>send</strong> <strong>smallest</strong> <strong>team</strong> for <strong>London</strong> <strong>Olympics</strong>

Barbados may send smallest team for London Olympics

21 Dec 2011

Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) president Steve Stoute said the island is likely to field its smallest team ever for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Barbados may send smallest team for London Olympics,   Olympics 2012,   London Olympics 2012,   Barbados Olympic Association (BOA),   Barbados's swimmer Bradley Ally in Olympics,   2012 Olympic Games in London,  
Shah Rukh <strong>may</strong> feature in West Bengal's new tourism campaign

Shah Rukh may feature in West Bengal's new tourism campaign

28 Jan 2015

Kolkata: With West Bengal ambitiously gearing up to promote tourism in the state with the creation of five distinct tourism circuits, Bollywood heartthrob Shah Rukh Khan may feature in the upcoming new tourism campaign of the state, a senior tourism department official said.

Shah Rukh Khan,   Bollywood superstar,   west Bengal tourism campaign,   SRK to feature in tourism campaign,  
Indonesia's search for AirAsia crash victims <strong>may</strong> end soon

Indonesia's search for AirAsia crash victims may end soon

28 Jan 2015

Jakarta: Indonesia's search for dozens of victims still unaccounted for from last month's crash of an AirAsia passenger jet could end within days if no more bodies are found, a senior government official said on Wednesday.

AirAsia flight QZ8501,   Indonesia military,   military ends hunt,   AirAsia jet,   AirAsia crash,   AirAsia search,  
West Indies World Cup blow as Sunil Narine pulls out

West Indies World Cup blow as Sunil Narine pulls out

28 Jan 2015

St John's: West Indies' Cricket World Cup chances suffered a major blow with mystery spinner Sunil Narine withdrawing from the squad for the tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

West Indies Cricket team,   Cricket World Cup,   Spinner Sunil Narine,   WC in Australia and New Zealand,   WICB,  
BSF's bike-borne <strong>team</strong> gets another praise from Obama

BSF's bike-borne team gets another praise from Obama

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The bike-borne 'Janbaaz' daredevils of the BSF came in for praise the third time by US President Barack Obama who fondly called their stunts "impressive" while he interacted with youngsters on the last day of his visit here.

Obama in India,   Republic Day Parade,   BSF,   BSF bike borne team,   Janbaaz daredevils,   Barack Obama,   Republic day,   ,  

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