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Universal flu vaccine closer to reality

Universal flu vaccine closer to reality

03 Jul 2015

New York: A universal flu vaccine that can protect against many strains of the virus may be closer to reality, after scientists found that it is possible to create more effective vaccines against the ever-mutating virus.

Universal flu vaccine,   flu,   Vaccine for flu,   Virus of flu,   H1N1,   Influenza,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Sledging crackdown killing <strong>cricket</strong> excitement: David Warner

Sledging crackdown killing cricket excitement: David Warner

03 Jul 2015

Sydney: Australia opening batsman David Warner on Friday insisted that the recent moves by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to crack down on sledging are taking the excitement out of the game.

David Warner,   International Cricket Council,   ICC,   Sledging,   Cricket rules,   Cricket flights ,  
Islamic State trying to gain foothold in PoK: Army

Islamic State trying to gain foothold in PoK: Army

03 Jul 2015

Jhangar (Noushera): Terror outfit Islamic State (IS) is trying to gain a foothold in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, a senior Army official said today. "Whatever inputs we have, IS has not taken in a major way, but they are definitely trying to gain foothold in the area (PoK)", General Officer  Commanding (GoC), 16 Corps, Lieutenant Gen K H Singh told reporters on sidelines of an Army function here today.

ISIS,   IS in PoK,   Indian Army,   Terror outfit,   Islamic State,   Pakistan occupied Kashmir,   Latest Nation New,  
<strong>Cricket</strong> South Africa apologizes for using drone camera during training session in Bangladesh

Cricket South Africa apologizes for using drone camera during training session in Bangladesh

03 Jul 2015

Dhaka: Cricket South Africa apologized today for using a drone camera during its practice session the previous day. Last December, the Bangladesh civil aviation authority banned all unmanned aerial vehicles, which did not have prior permission, from its airspace for national security and general safety reasons.

Cricket South Africa,   Drone camera,   Bangladesh civil aviation,   Unmanned aerial vehicles,   National security,  
Airbus, Mahindra strike deal to build military choppers in India

Airbus, Mahindra strike deal to build military choppers in India

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Europe's Airbus Group and India's Mahindra Group have struck a deal to build helicopters jointly as they bid to win an expected wave of orders from the country's armed forces, the companies said in a statement on Friday.

Airbus,   Military choppers,   Mahindra,   Choppers manufacture in India,   Airbus Group,   Mahindra Group,   Latest Business News,  
Tamil Nadu bus terminals to have rooms for lactating mothers: Jayalalithaa

Tamil Nadu bus terminals to have rooms for lactating mothers: Jayalalithaa

03 Jul 2015

Chennai: In an initiative aimed at helping lactating mothers who travel, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today ordered setting up of separate rooms in bus terminals across the state to help them feed their babies in privacy.

Tamil Nadu bus terminal,   Rooms for lactating mothers,   Jayalalithaa,   Chief Minister,   Bus terminals of Tamil Nadu,   Latest States News ,  
Hrishikesh Kanitkar retires from <strong>cricket</strong>, eyes coaching job

Hrishikesh Kanitkar retires from cricket, eyes coaching job

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Former India player Hrishikesh Kanitkar has finally called time on his cricket career to concentrate on coaching assignments in the near future. The 40-year-old left-handed batsman and a part time off-spinner conveyed his decision to BCCI on Wednesday.

Hrishikesh Kanitkar retires,   BCCI,   Rajasthan Ranji team,   Latest News,  
 Unfortunate I couldn't make Bhupen Hazarika biopic: Pooja Bhatt

Unfortunate I couldn't make Bhupen Hazarika biopic: Pooja Bhatt

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Actress-turned-director Pooja Bhatt says she was very keen on producing the biopic of legendary musician Bhupen Hazarika but had to back out as she felt she would not be able to do justice to the story.The untitled film chronicles the love story of Hazarika and his wife Kalpana Lajmi who herself is a filmmaker. Lajmi has written the story.

Bhupen Hazarika biopic,   Pooja Bhatt,   bollywood director,   Pooja Bhatt movies,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Gold ends steady; silver recovers on industrial demand

Gold ends steady; silver recovers on industrial demand

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: After three-day losing run, gold prices held steady at Rs 26,500 per ten grams at the bullion market today on scattered buying activity by jewellers.

Gold,   Silver,   Industrial demand of gold,   Gold prices,   Bullion market,   Jewellers,   Latest Business News,  
Laxman's advise to stay in present helped: Manoj Tiwary

Laxman's advise to stay in present helped: Manoj Tiwary

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Being on the fringes of Indian cricket team for years can be a tad frustrating but Manoj Tiwary has learnt to live with it and is now preparing for the upcoming challenge in Zimbabwe with some "great advice" from VVS Laxman.

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