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US aid worker Kassig's parents 'heartbroken' by his beheading

US aid worker Kassig's parents 'heartbroken' by his beheading

17 Nov 2014

Washington: US aid worker Peter Kassig's parents said they were "heartbroken" by the death of their son, after his beheading by Islamic State militants was shown in a video.

Peter Kassig,   Abdul-Rahman Peter Kassig,   Abdul-Rahman,   Barack Obama,   IS,   ISIS ,  
India-Pakistan cricket ties to resume next year, says envoy

India-Pakistan cricket ties to resume next year, says envoy

17 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: India and Pakistan will resume their cricket ties with a series next year, Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit said here on Sunday.

India,   Pakistan,   Cricket,   Pakistan,   High Commissioner to India,   Abdul Basit ,  
Mobile transaction users to hit two billion by 2017:Report

Mobile transaction users to hit two billion by 2017:Report

18 Nov 2014

London: Over two billion mobile phone or tablet users will make some form of mobile commerce transaction globally by the end of 2017, up from 1.6 billion this year, according to a new report.

Mobiles Phone,   Smartphone,   eCommerce,   Jupiter Research,   Facebook,   FourSquare,  Dr Windsor Holden.,  
High Court turns down bail of 2003 Mumbai blasts accused

High Court turns down bail of 2003 Mumbai blasts accused

19 Aug 2012

In a new development in 2003 Mumbai triple blasts case, the Bombay High Court has cancelled the bail of Dr Wahid Abdul Shaikh, one of the accused, observing that there was prima facie evidence against him.

2003 Mumbai blasts,   2003 Mumbai triple blasts case,   Dr Wahid Abdul Shaikh,  
Pakistan pitches for better ties with India

Pakistan pitches for better ties with India

17 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: Hoping that the stalled dialogue process will resume soon, Pakistan on Sunday pitched for building relations with India, saying there is convergence of agendas of the Prime Ministers of the two countries.

Pakistan,   Sushma Swaraj,   Abdul Basit,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Nawaz Sharif,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-Pak relations,  
India should tap global market for herbal medicine: Kalam

India should tap global market for herbal medicine: Kalam

14 Nov 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Former president APJ Abdul Kalam on Friday said India should make use of its rich biodiversity and wide variety of medicinal plants to tap the global market for herbal medicines, on the lines of China and Japan.

APJ Abdul Kalam,   Kalam,   India,   global market,   herbal medicine,   medicinal plants,   Ayurveda College ,  
New wearable device can track your diet

New wearable device can track your diet

10 Nov 2014

Washington: Monitoring your diet is about to get a whole lot easier, thanks to a new device that automatically tracks what you eat.

Diet,   Dr Edward Sazonov,   Computer engineering,   University of Alabama,   Sensor,   Wearable devices ,  
Surgeon behind botched surgeries held, blames administration

Surgeon behind botched surgeries held, blames administration

13 Nov 2014

Raipur:  The surgeon, who has been arrested for conducting 83 sterilisation surgeries at a village in Bilaspur district that left 12 women dead, on Thursday accused the administration of framing him and blamed "poor quality" medicines supplied by the state government for the tragedy.

Botched-up sterilization surgeries,   Bilaspur district,   sterilization surgeries,   Dr R K Gupta,   Nemi Chand Jain hospital,   Raman Singh,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   JP Nadda,  
'<strong>Dr</strong> Cabbie' is an underdog story: Vinay Virmani

'Dr Cabbie' is an underdog story: Vinay Virmani

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A qualified Indian doctor forced to drive a cab in Canada is the premise of actor Vinay Virmani's latest release 'Dr Cabbie', which he says is a story of an underdog finding his way against all odds.

Dr Cabbie,   Vinay Virmani,   Kunal Nayyar,   Akshay Kumar,   Salman Khan,  
Congress calls for unification of secular forces

Congress calls for unification of secular forces

28 Oct 2014

Kolkata: With politics in West Bengal gradually becoming polarised between the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP, a section of Congress leaders in the state have called for unification of secular forces to stop 'communal politics'.

Trinamool Congress,   TMC,   Congress leaders,   Abdul Mannan,   Abdul Mannan ,  

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