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Would love to spend time with them: John on special <strong>children</strong>

Would love to spend time with them: John on special children

14 Feb 2014

Noida: Actor-producer John Abraham on Thursday attended the 15th annual day function of an institution for differently-abled children and said it's "very inspiring to see the children" and that he would like to "spend time" with them in future.

John Abraham,   Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan School (MBCN),   Madras Cafe,   Swayam Sidhha,   Captain Sardar Singh ,   ,  
Device to restore communication for brain-<strong>injured</strong> people

Device to restore communication for brain-injured people

18 Feb 2014

New York: A fascinating device has been developed that allows people suffering with paralysis to control computers or a prosthetic arm using their thoughts alone.

Paralysis,   prosthetic,   SpeakYourMind Foundation,   BrainGate lab,   Brown University in Providence,   brain-injured patients,  
Bollywood celebs who adopted <strong>children</strong>

Bollywood celebs who adopted children

18 Jan 2014

Mumbai: These days, couples and even singles are taking a step towards parenthood through adoption. Reportedly Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angeline Jolie are planning to adopt yet another baby girl. We list other proud mamas and papas of Bollywood who took the 'adoption' route recently

bollywood celebs who adopted children,   adoption route,   Jesse Randhawa,   Nikhil Advani,   Neelam Kothari,   Dibankar Banerjee,   Rahul Bose,   ,  
18 killed in Iraq attacks, nine <strong>injured</strong>

18 killed in Iraq attacks, nine injured

17 Feb 2014

Baghdad: At least 18 people, most of them members of the armed forces and security services, were killed and nine others wounded on Sunday in a number of attacks around Iraq.

Iraq,   Iraq attacks,   18 killed in Iraq,   attacks in Iraq,   9 injured in Iraq,   ,  
Women, <strong>children</strong> in PoK facing 'serious malnutrition': Report

Women, children in PoK facing 'serious malnutrition': Report

28 Jan 2014

Islamabad: Over a third of women and more than 20 percent of children in remote areas of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) are facing a serious problem of malnutrition, according to a survey by a United Nations agency.

PoK,   malnutrition in Pakistan,   Pakistan-occupied Kashmir,   United Nations agency,   World Food Programme,  
Seven Navy personnel <strong>injured</strong>, two missing in submarine mishap

Seven Navy personnel injured, two missing in submarine mishap

26 Feb 2014

Mumbai/New Delhi: Seven Navy personnel were on Wednesday injured and two officers unaccounted for in a mishap on board Russian-origin Kilo Class submarine INS Sindhuratna, 80 kms off the Mumbai coast.

INS Sindhuratna submarine mishap,   INS Sindhuratna,   submarine mishap,   indian navy,   naval officers missing,   Indian Navy warship ,  
Uttarakhand BJP planning big for Modi's December 15 rally in <strong>Dehradun</strong>

Uttarakhand BJP planning big for Modi's December 15 rally in Dehradun

13 Dec 2013

Dehradun: Uttarkhand BJP on Friday claimed that BJP leader Narendra Modi's December 15 rally in the city will be the "biggest ever in post Independence India", as the party leaders were busy campaigning in different parts of the state to drum up support for the meeting.

Modi’s rally,   Narendra Modi,   BJP prime ministerial candidate,   Modi’s rally in Uttarakhand,   Uttarkhand BJP,  
Early puberty in <strong>children</strong> a worry for parents

Early puberty in children a worry for parents

13 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Ten-year-old Khyati Khanna (name changed) refused to go to school, decided to stay indoors and shunned her friends and family after "suddenly noticing changes in her body.

Early puberty in children,   Early puberty,   Early puberty shameful for kids,   Early puberty worrying parents,  
Madhya Pradesh: Seven killed, 25 <strong>injured</strong> as car collides with bus

Madhya Pradesh: Seven killed, 25 injured as car collides with bus

25 Feb 2014

Morena: Seven persons, including four children, were killed and 25 others sustained injuries when a car collided with a bus near Barehgaon on the Morena-Ambah National Highway on Tuesday morning.

Madhya Pradesh,   accident,   road accident,   collision,   Morena,   Morena-Ambah National Highway,  
India reports 29 percent newborn deaths in a year globally: Report

India reports 29 percent newborn deaths in a year globally: Report

26 Feb 2014

London: A million babies die within a day of their birth globally, with India accounting for an astounding 29 per cent, a leading NGO said on Tuesday.

India,   newborn deaths in a year,   report,   NGO,   Save the Children ,   India vis-a-vis the richest,   ,  

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