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Sushma Swaraj leaves for Sri Lanka; Tamil minority <strong>rights</strong> issue on cards

Sushma Swaraj leaves for Sri Lanka; Tamil minority rights issue on cards

05 Feb 2016

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today left for Colombo on a two-day visit during which she is expected to discuss the fishermen's issue and rights of minority Tamils with the top Sri Lankan leadership.

Sushma Swaraj,   Sri Lanka,   Tamil minority,   Tamil rights,   fishermen,   Joint Commission meeting,   Colombo,   Sushma on two day visit,   Mangala Samaraweera,   bilateral issues,   regional issues,   Vikas Swarup ,  
Experiencing unreal cell phone vibrations? You may have 'ringxiety'

Experiencing unreal cell phone vibrations? You may have 'ringxiety'

06 Feb 2016

Washington: Do you hear your cell phone ringing or feel it vibrating even when there no call or message? You may have 'ringxiety' and be psychologically primed to detect such signals, a new study suggests.

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Learnt a lot about acting from Rekhaji: Aditya <strong>Roy</strong> Kapur

Learnt a lot about acting from Rekhaji: Aditya Roy Kapur

04 Feb 2016

Mumbai: Actor Aditya Roy Kapur said he learnt a lot about craft of acting from veteran actress Rekha by merely observing her during film 'Fitoor'.

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NHRC issues notices to SDMC, police over drowning of child in Delhi

NHRC issues notices to SDMC, police over drowning of child in Delhi

01 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today issued notices to the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) and the police over the death of a child who fell into a septic tank in a school here.

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Five minor girls rescued from traffickers; two held

Five minor girls rescued from traffickers; two held

04 Feb 2016

Berhampur: Five minor girls were rescued by Government Railway Police (GRP) from the railway station here when they were being trafficked by two persons who were arrested, police said today.

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<strong>Human</strong> DNA explains preference between day, night

Human DNA explains preference between day, night

03 Feb 2016

New York: US researchers have identified a genetic variant that explains the preference of an individual to mornings or nights. The researchers identified 15 locations in DNA (loci) linked with 'morningness', and asserted that morningness is governed by differences in circadian rhythm or biological clock.

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Vacations may lead to weight gain: Study

Vacations may lead to weight gain: Study

05 Feb 2016

New York: Planning for a vacation? Be prepared for weight gain with a heavier midsection – extra weight that can hang around even six weeks post-vacation. According to a latest study, researchers found that adults going on a one-to-three-week vacation gained an average weight of nearly one pound during their trip.

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Sahara comes up with new proposal to secure Chief's release

Sahara comes up with new proposal to secure Chief's release

03 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Embattled Sahara Group yesterday came up with a fresh proposal before the Supreme Court for the sale of its assets to raise the amount for the release of its jailed Chief Subrata Roy.

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Bilingual kids are better problem-solvers: Study

Bilingual kids are better problem-solvers: Study

05 Feb 2016

Toronto: Kids who can speak in two or more languages have a better command on routine functioning, reveals a study.

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Does winning make one dishonest?

Does winning make one dishonest?

04 Feb 2016

New York: The journey from a winner to a cheater could be short as Israeli researchers have found that after a competition is over, winners behave more dishonestly than losers in the future.

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