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Violent 3-D gaming triggers aggression in <strong>players</strong>

Violent 3-D gaming triggers aggression in players

22 Oct 2014

New York: People playing violent video games in 3-D tend to exhibit aggressive tendencies later on more than people who play using traditional 2-D systems, a new research has found.

3-D gaming,   aggression,   video games,   violence,   remote games,  
West Indies <strong>players</strong> will be playing in IPL: Biswal

West Indies players will be playing in IPL: Biswal

21 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: In a bit of relief for West Indies cricket, IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal on Tuesday said its players will be allowed to compete in the cash-rich league, putting to rest speculations of them being ignored from the event after the team's abrupt cancellation of India tour.

West Indies cricket,   IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal ,  
Sonowal instructs IOA to push for revoking ban on Sarita

Sonowal instructs IOA to push for revoking ban on Sarita

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday said that he has instructed the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to take up L Sarita Devi's suspension at the international forum and push for withdrawing the ban imposed on the Indian woman boxer.

Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,   Indian Olympic Association,   L Sarita Devi,   Indian woman boxer,  
Smartphone repair company B2X steps up expansion with <strong>Indian</strong> deal

Smartphone repair company B2X steps up expansion with Indian deal

22 Oct 2014

FRANKFURT: Smartphone users won't recognise the name B2X, but if your battery dies or your screen breaks, the odds are that the company will be working behind the scenes when you seek a repair.

Smartphone,   B2X,   Battery,   Screen breaks,   Smartphone repair,   Software provider,   B2X Care Solutions,   Phone makers,  
Five-year-old <strong>Indian</strong> treks up to Everest base camp

Five-year-old Indian treks up to Everest base camp

22 Oct 2014

Patna: The parents of five-year-old Harshit Saumitra, the youngest climber to reach the base camp of Mount Everest, are trying to register their son's name in the Guinness World Records and Limca Book of Records.

five-year-old,   Harshit Saumitra,   youngest climber,   Everest base camp,   base camp,   Mount Everest,   Guinness World Records,   Limca Book of Records,   Rajeev Saumitra,   village Jogiyara Pator,   Bihar,   Darbhanga,  
No fear of deflation: <strong>Indian</strong> consumers respond to softer oil, food prices

No fear of deflation: Indian consumers respond to softer oil, food prices

22 Oct 2014

NEW DELHI : Falling crude oil prices have helped Indian lawyer Pratik Mehra get off the bus and back behind the wheel of his car, cutting his travel time to work by a third.

Deflation,   Fuel,   Inflation,   Diesel,   China,   India,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  
ICC 'concerned' by India-West Indies dispute

ICC 'concerned' by India-West Indies dispute

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has expressed its concern about the dispute between the Indian and West Indian cricket boards but says it is powerless to intervene.

International Cricket Council,   ICC,   Indian and West Indian cricket boards,  
Incursion by China during President Xi's visit 'uncommon': ITBP

Incursion by China during President Xi's visit 'uncommon': ITBP

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The ITBP, which guards the Sino- Indian border, on Wednesday said that the incursion by China in Ladakh during the recent visit of its President Xi Jinping to India was "uncommon" as it had gone on for a fortnight, unlike past episodes which had lasted no longer than 10-15 minutes.

ITBP,   Sino-Indian border,   Incursion,   China,   Ladakh,   Xi Jinping,   India,   Narendra Modi,  
Ponting praises IPL's role in promoting young talent

Ponting praises IPL's role in promoting young talent

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting praised Indian Premier League (IPL) for its role in promoting young talent, saying that many Indian youngsters benefited from the T20 tournament.

Ricky Ponting,   IPL,   Indian youngsters,   youth players,   Australian captain,   India-Australia rivalry,  
Gurdwara closed in Belgium for harbouring illegal immigrants

Gurdwara closed in Belgium for harbouring illegal immigrants

22 Oct 2014

London: A Gurdwara in Belgium would be shut for a month for allegedly harbouring 11 illegal Indian immigrants, including a minor, authorities said while ordering their deportation.

Gurdwara,   Belgium,   illegal Indian immigrants,   minor,   authorities,   deportation,   Mayor,  

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