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Too much admiration for partner bad for romance

Too much admiration for partner bad for romance

24 Apr 2014

New York: To admire your partner is one thing but to regard him/her as superman or superwoman is quite another as a new study has found that putting your partner on a pedestal may harm your relationship.

Too much admiration,   bad romance,   Colgate University in New York,   threshold of admiration,   ennifer Tomlinson,   greater perception of idealisation,   Relationships,   ,  
Sachin <strong>greater</strong> than Bradman, claims book with ‘evidence’

Sachin greater than Bradman, claims book with ‘evidence’

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The jury is still out on whether Sachin Tendulkar retired as a greater batsman than late Australian legend Don Bradman but a Chennai-based author claims to have found the ‘forensic evidence’ to prove that the Indian maestro was indeed the better of the two icons.

Sachin Tendulkar,   Don Bradman,   Little Master,   Master Blaster,   India,   Rudolph Lambert Fernandez,  
94 pickpockets held in Delhi <strong>Metro</strong> are women: Report

94 pickpockets held in Delhi Metro are women: Report

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: If you are travelling in Delhi Metro, beware of suspicious female commuters as almost 94 percent of pickpockets held in the rapid transport system of the national capital region this year belong to the fair sex.

Delhi Metro,   pickpockets,   national capital region,   CISF,   DMRC,  
Delhi <strong>Metro</strong> shuts Jor Bagh, INA stations

Delhi Metro shuts Jor Bagh, INA stations

08 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Metro on Tuesday shut down two of its stations here due to an expected religious gathering on a disputed land.

Delhi Metro,   Jor Bagh,   INA,   Huda City Centre,   Jahangirpuri,   Yellow Line,   ,  
Alzheimer's gene has <strong>greater</strong> effect on women

Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

16 Apr 2014

Washington: Women carrying a certain gene variant are more likely than men with the same gene variant to develop Alzheimer's disease, a new study has found.

Alzheimer’s gene,   Alzheimer's disease,   Stanford University School of Medicine,   ApoE4,   Alzheimer's effect on women,  
Spark in Delhi <strong>Metro</strong> coach causes panic, no fire reported

Spark in Delhi Metro coach causes panic, no fire reported

11 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A spark in a Delhi Metro coach on Friday caused panic and passengers were de-boarded on the track between two Metro stations, an official said, but clarified no fire was reported.

Delhi Metro,   Delhi Metro fire,   fire at Delhi Metro,   Delhi Metro coach,   Delhi Metro accident,   metro fire ,  
HCC wins Rs 300 crore DMRC Contract

HCC wins Rs 300 crore DMRC Contract

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Infrastructure major Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) on Wednesday said it has won a Rs 300 crore contract from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (DMRC) for design and construction of twin tunnel on Dwarka corridor.

HCC,   DMRC,   tunnel,   Delhi metro,   contact,  
Delhi Police may replace CISF in handling <strong>Metro</strong> security

Delhi Police may replace CISF in handling Metro security

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Police might get the responsibility for the overall security of the capital's Metro network. The urban development ministry has recommended that the city police is better equipped to handle the security of the Delhi Metro than the paramilitary CISF, an official said.

Delhi Police,   Capital metro network,   Paramilitary,   Central Industrial Security Force,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation ,  
Book your own coach in Delhi <strong>Metro</strong>

Book your own coach in Delhi Metro

23 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Tourists, foreign travellers and government or private school children, NGOs running schools for differently able children can book coaches for metro tours for anything between Rs 30,000 and Rs 50,000.

Delhi Metro,   DMRC,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation,   Delhi Metro coach booking,   reservation in Delhi Metro,   Airport Express line,  
Stuart Oliver wins first-ever Indian truck-racing championship

Stuart Oliver wins first-ever Indian truck-racing championship

24 Mar 2014

Greater Noida: Experienced British racer Stuart Oliver, representing Castrol Vecton, emerged winner at the inaugural Tata T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship at Buddh International Circuit on Sunday.

Stuart Oliver,   Truck racing,   Truck racing India,   Buddh International Circuit,   BIC Noida,   Greater Noida,   Truck Racing Champion,  

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