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Amitabh Bachchan offers to promote road <strong>safety</strong> in Maharashtra

Amitabh Bachchan offers to promote road safety in Maharashtra

28 Feb 2015

Thane: Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan on offered to promote road safety awareness here in Maharashtra. The megastar said that he was not fluent in Marathi and would henceforth learn the language for communication.

Amitabh Bachchan,   Big B,   road safety,   Maharashtra,   Thane,   ,  
Gender biased teachers unconsciously discourage <strong>girls</strong> to study Maths: Study

Gender biased teachers unconsciously discourage girls to study Maths: Study

28 Feb 2015

Tel Aviv: Unconscious biases of elementary school instructors dramatically affect female academic choices later on, a new study finds. It may explain why women are vastly under-represented in certain fields such as computer science, engineering and mathematics.

Teacher prejudices,   female students,   mathematics,   computer science,   engineering ,  
Prabhu prioritises women <strong>safety</strong> in Rail Budget

Prabhu prioritises women safety in Rail Budget

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Giving priority to women's safety, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday announced the utilisation of resources from the Nirbhaya Fund by Indian Railways, adding that surveillance cameras would be provided in select coaches.

Women safety,   Railway Minister,   Suresh Prabhu,   Nirbhaya Fund,   Indian Railways,   Surveillance camera,  
Be playful and win a girl's heart

Be playful and win a girl's heart

26 Feb 2015

London: Being playful is not just a gesture of friendliness, intelligence and a sense of humour it can also help you woo your girl and vice versa. According to anthropologist, Garry Chick from Pennsylvania State University, playfulness in adults is a desirable trait in sexual selection.

playful,   friendliness,   intelligence,   sense of humour,   girls heart,  
Government to start internet <strong>safety</strong> programme with Google

Government to start internet safety programme with Google

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Government will launch Internet safety programme in partnership with Google in order to create awareness among users regarding cyber threat.

Government,   Internet safety,   Google,   Cyber threat,   Cyber security,   Hacking,  
 Undiagnosed asthma higher among rural <strong>girls</strong>: Study

Undiagnosed asthma higher among rural girls: Study

25 Feb 2015

Washington: Teenaged girls who live in rural areas are more likely to have undiagnosed asthma than their male counterparts and very often are also at a higher risk of depression, says a study.

rural girls,   asthma,   Teenagers,   depression,   rural areas,  
Toyota to focus on <strong>safety</strong> in India, not to chase volumes

Toyota to focus on safety in India, not to chase volumes

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The world's largest auto maker by volume, Toyota is making a strategic shift in India deciding to focus on safety and take a premium position in each of the segment it is present rather than chasing numbers.

Toyota,   Toyota Kirloskar Motor,   TMK,   N Raja,   road safety,  
UP Women's Commision begins martial arts training for <strong>girls</strong>

UP Women's Commision begins martial arts training for girls

20 Jan 2015

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh State Commission for Women has started a seven-day martial arts training programme for girls in government schools from here on Tuesday.

Uttar Pradesh,   Chief Minister,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Martial Arts Training Programme,   Women Safety,  
Atul Kasbekar was my inspiration for 'Calender <strong>Girls</strong>': Rohit Roy

Atul Kasbekar was my inspiration for 'Calender Girls': Rohit Roy

19 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Actor Rohit Roy, who is playing a lensman in Madhur Bhandarkar's upcoming film 'Calender Girls', says he took inspiration from noted fashion photographer Atul Kasbekar for his role.

Atul Kasbekar,   Calender Girls movie,   Rohit Roy,   Madhur Bhandarkar,  
Atul Kasbekar was my inspiration for 'Calender <strong>Girls</strong>': Rohit Roy

Atul Kasbekar was my inspiration for 'Calender Girls': Rohit Roy

19 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Actor Rohit Roy, who is playing a lens-man in Madhur Bhandarkar's upcoming film 'Calender Girls', says he took inspiration from noted fashion photographer Atul Kasbekar for his role.

Rohit Roy,   Atul Kasbekar,   Calender Girls,   Madhur Bhandarkar,   Shootout at Lokhandwala,   Peterson Hill ,  

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