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Smartphone addiction cause digital amnesia: Survey

Smartphone addiction cause digital amnesia: Survey

07 Jul 2015

New York: Excess use of smartphones and internet can kill your memory, leading to so-called "digital amnesia," says a new survey.

Smartphones Usage,   Internet Usage,   Human memory,   digital amnesia,   Latest News,  
Israel's Gaza blockade violates <strong>rights</strong> of population: UN probe

Israel's Gaza blockade violates rights of population: UN probe

29 Jun 2015

Geneva: Israel's blockade of Gaza has impeded the realisation of every right of the population there and strangulated its economy, a UN investigator told the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) today.

Israel,   Israel blocked Gaza,   Rights of population,   UN probe,   UN investigator,   UN Human Rights Council,   UNHRC,   Latest World News,  
 'Guddu Rangeela' - Movie Review

'Guddu Rangeela' - Movie Review

03 Jul 2015

Mumbai: It was touted to be a film which takes on the Khap Panchayat as it is inspired by the real life tragic love story of Manoj and Babli who were killed in the name of honour. So 'Guddu Rangeela' had all the potential of becoming a powerful, deeply disturbing film which shows the mirror to the archaic, barbaric ways that a particular panchayat functions in. But, alas, it is not.

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Syria crises: Rebels seize military base in southern region

Syria crises: Rebels seize military base in southern region

10 Jun 2015

BEIRUT: Syrian rebels seized a sprawling military base in a lightning assault yesterday, marking the latest in a series of defeats for President Bashar Assad’s increasingly embattled forces, rebels and activists said.

Syria crises,   seize military base,   President Bashar Assad,   Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,   Latest world news ,  
Disclose info on Priyanka Vadra's land deal in 10 days: HP State Information Commission

Disclose info on Priyanka Vadra's land deal in 10 days: HP State Information Commission

30 Jun 2015

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh State Information Commission today rejected the contention that information regarding purchase of land by Priyanka Vadra at Chharabra cannot be given for security reasons and directed the authorities concerned to provide all information in this regard to an RTI activist within 10 days.

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Seven unimaginable things a <strong>human</strong> body does in just 'one year'

Seven unimaginable things a human body does in just 'one year'

22 Jun 2015

New Delhi: The human body is one of the greatest creations of nature. And the way its mechanism works with least effort from our side is remarkable and at the same time astonishing. We bring you seven facts which will throw light on what all a human body does in a span of just 'one year'.

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No entry of <strong>human</strong> <strong>rights</strong> activists, says Omar Abdullah

No entry of human rights activists, says Omar Abdullah

14 Jun 2011

Fearing the repetition of last June’s violence in the Valley, claiming more than 100 youths, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has all set to ban the entry of human rights activist Arundhati Roy and eminent lawyer and Rajya Sabha MP Ram Jethmalani in Kashmir.

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Delhi High Court quashes look out circular against Greenpeace <strong>activist</strong>

Delhi High Court quashes look out circular against Greenpeace activist

12 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday set aside the look out circular issued against Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai who was offloaded from a flight to London two months back, saying her fundamental right to travel cannot be curtailed.

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Monsoon, inflation management can help RBI cut more: SBI chief

Monsoon, inflation management can help RBI cut more: SBI chief

14 Jun 2015

Mumbai: RBI will have more room to cut repo rate if monsoon continues to progress at the current pace and inflation is kept under control, State Bank of India (SBI) Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya today said.

RBI,   Repo rate,   Monsoon in India,   Inflation,   State Bank of India,   SBI Chairman,   Arundhati Bhattacharya,   Latest News,  
Star Sports extends telecast <strong>rights</strong> of HI events for 3 years

Star Sports extends telecast rights of HI events for 3 years

19 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Star Sports on Friday extended the telecast rights of all major hockey events to be held in the country, including the Hockey India League for a period of three years from 2016 to 2018.

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