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Watch: Aamir Khan as 'namoona' and 'atrangi' in the <strong>first</strong> trailer of PK

Watch: Aamir Khan as 'namoona' and 'atrangi' in the first trailer of PK

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: From stealing money from beggars and clothes from the parked cars to running on a railway track holding only a transistor to hide his modesty, Aamir Khan is ready to do anything to make his film a hit. Mr Perfectionist of Bollywood released the first teaser of his much awaited film 'PK' on Diwali which will depict him as a 'namoona' and 'atrangi'.

Aamir Khan,   Anushka Sharma,   PK,   Rajkumar Hirani,   Pk poster,   Sanjay Dutt,   Aamir's nude poster,  
John Kerry lits diya to celebrate <strong>first</strong> ever Diwali at State Department

John Kerry lits diya to celebrate first ever Diwali at State Department

24 Oct 2014

Washington: Amidst chanting of Vedic mantras and lighting of the traditional 'diya' by none other than US Secretary of State John Kerry, Diwali – the festival of lights was celebrated for the first time at the State Department.

John Kerry,   lits diya,   celebrate Diwali,   first Diwali,   State Department,   Indian festival,   festivity,   ,  
India's <strong>first</strong> fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

India's first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The country's first hospital to treat abnormalities and diseases in fish is set to come up in Kolkata by mid-2015, a senior scientist said. Senior scientist T J Abraham, who is spearheading the project told that the work has already started on the project.

First Fish Hospital,   West Bengal,   Senior Scientist TJ Abraham,   World Animal Health Organisation,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   Union Ministry of Agriculture,   ,  
<strong>First</strong> case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

24 Oct 2014

Bamako: Mali's health ministry has said the country had its first confirmed case of Ebola after a two-year-old girl who had recently been in Guinea tested positive for the virus.

Ebola,   Ebola Mali,   Health Ministry,   ebola virus,   deadly diseases,   ,  
Shift workers should skip high-iron foods at <strong>night</strong>

Shift workers should skip high-iron foods at night

22 Oct 2014

Washington: Shift workers who munch on high-iron foods such as red meat and beans at night may be disrupting the circadian clock in their livers, a new study has found.

Shift workers,   high-iron food,   red meat,   beans,   circadian clock,   liver,   hemoglobin,  
Iron-rich food puts <strong>night</strong> workers at diabetes risk

Iron-rich food puts night workers at diabetes risk

22 Oct 2014

New York: Consuming iron-rich food may increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes in workers who punch in for the graveyard shift, found a research.

Iron-rich food,   vitamins,   calories,   Type 2 diabetes,   diabetes risk,   diabetes ,  
Champions League sets record with 40 goals in one <strong>night</strong>

Champions League sets record with 40 goals in one night

22 Oct 2014

London: The goal machines of Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Shakhtar Donetsk cranked into top gear on Tuesday as the Champions League captivated its continental audience with a record 40 goals in one eight-game night.

Champions League,   Ajax,   Bayern Munich,   Manchester City,   Shakhtar Donetsk,   AS Roma,   Bate Borisov,  
Ton-up Younis defies Australia in <strong>first</strong> Test

Ton-up Younis defies Australia in first Test

22 Oct 2014

Dubai: Younis Khan hit a record-equalling century to guide Pakistan to 219-4 on the opening day of the first Test against Australia in Dubai on Wednesday.

Younis Khan,   Pakistan vs Australia,  
CBI files <strong>first</strong> chargesheet in Saradha scam case

CBI files first chargesheet in Saradha scam case

22 Oct 2014

Kolkata: CBI on Wednesday filed its first chargesheet in the multi-crore Saradha scam naming the company chief Sudipta Sen, close aide Debjani Mukherjee and suspended Trinamool MP Kunal Ghosh, five months after it was ordered by the Supreme Court to probe the case.

CBI,   Chargesheet,   Saradha scam,   Sudipta Sen,   Debjani Mukherjee,   Trinamool MP,   Kunal Ghosh,   Supreme Court,  
Pakistan loses openers in <strong>first</strong> Test against Oz

Pakistan loses openers in first Test against Oz

22 Oct 2014

Dubai: Pakistan struggled to 50-2 at lunch on the opening day of the first Test against Australia on Wednesday after losing their openers in the first four overs.

Pakistan,   openers,   Dubai,   Australia,   first Test,   Mohammed Hafeez,   Mitchell Johnson,  

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