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Why is Big B <strong>being</strong> untruthful to himself

Why is Big B being untruthful to himself

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he is being untruthful to himself as he broke his promise by munching in on a chocolate. “I have been untruthful to myself... giving up chocolates was my desire among many other desires, to abstain from...nothing religious or of medicinal compulsion... just," he shared on his official blog srbachchan.tumblr.com.

Big B,   Amitabh Bachchan,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
Is Manoj Bajpai miffed at <strong>being</strong> barely featured in first 'Tevar' motion poster

Is Manoj Bajpai miffed at being barely featured in first 'Tevar' motion poster

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The promotions of 'Tevar' seem to have kicked off in earnest but Manoj Bajpai, who plays a baddie in the film, is hardly amused. For, he was barely featured in the first poster of the Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha-starrer that was recently unveiled.

Manoj Bajpai,   Tevar,   Tevar motion poster,   Arjun Kapoor,   Sonakshi Sinha,  
Vijay Goel '<strong>active</strong>' again in Delhi BJP

Vijay Goel 'active' again in Delhi BJP

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Former Delhi BJP president and Rajya Sabha MP Vijay Goel, who had been keeping a low profile, has revived interest in the affairs of the party's state unit, after party chief Amit Shah is believed to have asked him to be 'active' for the upcoming Assembly elections.

Vijay Goel,   Delhi BJP,   Rajya Sabha MP,   Amit Shah,   Assembly elections,  
Pakistan dismisses reports of Sharif rejecting bullet proof cars

Pakistan dismisses reports of Sharif rejecting bullet proof cars

20 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday dismissed reports that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has rejected the bulletproof cars being provided by India for the next week's SAARC summit in Kathmandu, saying no such offer was made.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,   bulletproof cars being provided by India,   SAARC summit in Kathmandu,   Foreign Office spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam,   India will provide six sophisticated cars,   ferry the world leaders during the SAARC summit,   Nepalese capital of Kathmandu,   ,  
Stay <strong>active</strong> if you love sugary drinks

Stay active if you love sugary drinks

13 Nov 2014

New York: Short-term, moderate consumption of sugary drinks has little impact on the metabolic health of youngsters who remain physically active, finds new research.

sugary drink,   metabolic health,   youngster,   physically active,   sugar,   sweet drinks,   fructose,   glucose,  
Social media use at work hampers productivity

Social media use at work hampers productivity

14 Nov 2014

London: The use of online social media for personal use during working hours can have a detrimental effect on employees' performance and the well-being of organisations, warns new research.

online social media,   personal use,   during working hours,   detrimental effect,   employees' performance,   well-being of organisations,  
Asteroid with a comet like tail found

Asteroid with a comet like tail found

12 Nov 2014

Washington: An active asteroid in our solar system's main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, has a comet like tail, a research says.  The asteroid, named 62412, is the first comet-like object seen in the Hygiea family of asteroids.

Asteroid,   comet,   tail,   active asteroid,   solar system,   Mars,   Jupiter,   Asteroid 62412,  
Learn lessons to quit smoking during sleep

Learn lessons to quit smoking during sleep

12 Nov 2014

New York: Some of our brain regions remain active even during slumber and researchers have found that certain conditioning during sleep can change behaviour such as quitting smoking or giving up other addictions.

brain regions,   active,   slumber,   conditioning during sleep,   change behaviour,   quitting smoking,   giving up other addictions,  
Manual scavenging on in Gujarat despite <strong>being</strong> prohibited: CAG

Manual scavenging on in Gujarat despite being prohibited: CAG

11 Nov 2014

Gandhinagar: Even though manual scavenging is prohibited in the country, there were several cases of it reported from Gujarat, a CAG report said on Tuesday.

manual scavenging,   prohibited in the country,   several cases,   Gujarat,   CAG,  
Resveratrol could reverse <strong>benefits</strong> of exercise: Study

Resveratrol could reverse benefits of exercise: Study

04 Nov 2014

Toronto: Contrary to popular belief, supplementing your exercise with resveratrol, a compound found in red wine and grapes, may not enhance the effects of physical activity, according to a new study.

Resveratrol,   exercise,   red wine,   grapes,   physical activity,   RSV supplementation,  

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