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This is <strong>how</strong> Bipasha Basu looked when she was 15 years old!

This is how Bipasha Basu looked when she was 15 years old!

27 Feb 2015

Mumbai: 'Alone' actress Bipasha Basu went into a nostalgic mode on Wednesday as shared tales of her earlier days in modelling and posted a picture of her 15-year-old self on Instagram.

Bipasha Basu,   Bipasha Basu pics,   Alone,   Karan Singh Grover,   Jennifer Winget,  
<strong>How</strong> Twitter influences policy discourse

How Twitter influences policy discourse

26 Feb 2015

New York: Twitter is playing an important role in helping ordinary citizens and advocacy groups gain greater influence than so-called authority figures who would have dominated policy decisions till a decade ago, a new study reveals.

Twitter,   Twitter users,   Twitter influence,   Policy decisions,   Twitter study,  
This is <strong>how</strong> Arjun Kapoor looked 10 years ago!

This is how Arjun Kapoor looked 10 years ago!

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: This is one of the best throwback moments you will ever see. Farah Khan shared a picture of her dancing with Hrithik Roshan at her sangeet ceremony 10 years ago. But there's more to the photo than meet's the eye. To the left of the picture stands a chubbier and overweight Arjun Kapoor, who is seen looking at the duo dancing.

Arjun Kapoor,   Farah Khan,   Hrithik Roshan,   Farah Ki Daawat,   Abhishek Bachchan,  
 <strong>How</strong> eyelash length keeps your eyes healthy

How eyelash length keeps your eyes healthy

25 Feb 2015

New York: Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered that 22 species of mammals, including humans, have eyelash length one-third the width of their eye that keeps the eyes healthy.

eyelash,   Human eyes,   eyelash length,   healthy eyes,  
<strong>How</strong> brain waves guide memory formation: Study

How brain waves guide memory formation: Study

25 Feb 2015

New York: Long thought to be merely a by-product of neuron activity, brain waves may play a critical role in communication between different parts of the brain, a new study suggests.

brain waves,   memory formation,   communication,   hippocampus,   prefrontal cortex,  
<strong>How</strong> to use WhatsApp voice-calling feature

How to use WhatsApp voice-calling feature

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Adding another edge to its service for Android users, WhatsApp has started rolling out voice calling feature in its instant messaging app.

Whatsapp,   Whatsapp voice call,   Whatsapp new feature,   Whatsapp voice calling,   Android phones,  
Obesity impact on fertility can be reversed: Study

Obesity impact on fertility can be reversed: Study

11 Feb 2015

Melbourne: Researchers have revealed how damage from obesity is passed from a mother to her children, and also how that damage can be reversed. It is now well established that obesity in females leads to very serious fertility problems, including the inability to conceive.

obesity,   fertility problem,   infertility,   inability to conceive,  
<strong>How</strong> has 'Badlapur' changed Varun Dhawan?

How has 'Badlapur' changed Varun Dhawan?

19 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The dark mood of his forthcoming film 'Badlapur' has shrouded Varun Dhawan to the extent that his close friends feel that the actor, who found it to be his 'most challenging' role, has changed.

Badlapur,   Varun Dhawan,   Sriram Raghavan,   Ek Haseena Thi,   Agent Vinod,   Yami Gautam,  
Know <strong>how</strong> much sleep you really need

Know how much sleep you really need

12 Feb 2015

New York: Examining health consequences of too much or too little sleep, an expert panel convened by the US National Sleep Foundation has made new age-based recommendations on how much sleep people need.

Sleep,   sleep health,   US National Sleep Foundation,   healthy people ,  
India have learnt <strong>how</strong> to win World Cups: Gary Kirsten

India have learnt how to win World Cups: Gary Kirsten

13 Feb 2015

  New Delhi: Despite the pessimism over India's prospects at the cricket's 50-over showpiece event,former coach Gary Kirsten feels the side has a good chance to defend the title as it has "learnt how to win World Cups".

ICC World Cup 2015,   Gary Kirsten,   India former coach,   World Cup Opener,   Melbourne Cricket Ground,   Indian cricket team,   Christchurch,  

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