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 Marriage questions to actresses are dangerous: Saif <strong>Ali</strong> Khan

Marriage questions to actresses are dangerous: Saif Ali Khan

28 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Saif Ali Khan finds the scrutiny surrounding the personal life of actresses strange and believes it can impact their careers negatively.

Saif Ali Khan,   Bollywood marriages,   Kareena Kapoor Khan,   Bollywood couples,   Latest entertainment news ,  
 Self-control may weaken memory

Self-control may weaken memory

28 Aug 2015

New York: Our ability to inhibit an action or override an inclination while doing another task may affect memory and attention, suggests new research.

Self control,   memory,   human brain,   Duke University,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Actor portraying Hafiz Saeed in 'Phantom' goes underground

Actor portraying Hafiz Saeed in 'Phantom' goes underground

27 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Actor Shahnawaz Pradhan, who portrays 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed in the film 'Phantom', is being kept underground for security reasons.

Phantom,   Hafiz Saeed,   Shahnawaz Pradhan,   26/11 Mumbai attacks,   Saif Ali Khan,   Katrina Kaif,   latest Bollywood movie,   Latest Entertainment News,  
 'Phantom' - Movie Review

'Phantom' - Movie Review

27 Aug 2015

Mumbai: There is a gripping scene in this film when one of the key characters desperately asks a few navy officers, "Do you remember that night of 26/11 when you felt the most helpless and vulnerable?" That line and the film brings back that dreaded feeling that most of us went through seven years ago. The night when terrorists blatantly entered the city to take us under siege and ended up killing thousands of citizens, and nothing was the same again.

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TCS donates Rs 231.2 crore to Carnegie Mellon <strong>University</strong>

TCS donates Rs 231.2 crore to Carnegie Mellon University

26 Aug 2015

New York: Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) yesterday said it has received a USD 35 million (about Rs 231.2 crore) gift from India's largest software services firm, Tata Consultancy Services for setting up a new facility and scholarships for students.

TCS,   Carnegie Mellon University,   donation,   scholarships,   Latest Business News,  
Universities planning to start study courses on 'Selfie'

Universities planning to start study courses on 'Selfie'

26 Aug 2015

New York: Selfies and the art of snapping them is surely going places with universities deciding to start study courses around them. An Indiana University Northwest communications professor has decided to explore selfies in a 400-level class.

Selfie,   selfie courses,   Indiana University,   selfie class,   technology,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
J&K BJP leader seeks dismissal of Mufti government

J&K BJP leader seeks dismissal of Mufti government

21 Aug 2015

Jammu: Strains showed in the BJP-PDP alliance with a senior BJP leader demanding dismissal of the Mufti Sayeed government over the release of top separatist leaders hours after they were today put under house arrest.

Mufti government,   BJP PDP alliance,   BJP leader,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Syed Ali Shah Geelani,   Mirwaiz Umar Farooq,   Yasin Malik,   latest states news,  
Britain, Iran reopen embassies in wake of nuclear deal

Britain, Iran reopen embassies in wake of nuclear deal

24 Aug 2015

Tehran: British government reopened its embassy in Tehran today in a long awaited step signaling better relations four years after a mob stormed the compound, forcing its closure.

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It's a shame: Saif <strong>Ali</strong> Khan on 'Phantom' ban in Pakistan

It's a shame: Saif Ali Khan on 'Phantom' ban in Pakistan

22 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan says he was expecting his forthcoming film 'Phantom', set in the aftermath of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, to be banned in Pakistan. But he affirms that the film isn't against the neighbouring country.

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New method to help decode rare fragile manuscripts

New method to help decode rare fragile manuscripts

24 Aug 2015

London: Norwegian researchers are developing new high-tech tools to unlock the secrets hidden in fragile pieces of parchment that are difficult to study because of their age, rarity and susceptibility to contamination.

Researchers,   High tech tools,   Norwegian University,   manuscripts,   Ancient documents,   Technology,  

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