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I always knew I was a solo-hero <strong>material</strong>: Aditya Roy Kapoor

I always knew I was a solo-hero material: Aditya Roy Kapoor

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Having started his film journey with supporting parts, Aditya Roy Kapoor's career took a 360 degree turn post the success of his solo-hero movie 'Aashiqui 2' and the actor says he was always confident of getting his big break as a lead in Bollywood.

Aditya Roy Kapoor,   Aashiqui 2,   Guzaarish,   Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani,   Daawat-e-Ishq,   Parineeti Chopra,  
Walking or cycling to work improves wellbeing: <strong>Study</strong>

Walking or cycling to work improves wellbeing: Study

15 Sep 2014

London: Walking or cycling to work is better for people's mental health than driving, according to a new UK study. The study by the University of East Anglia and the Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR) shows that people who stopped driving and started walking or cycling to work benefited from improved wellbeing.

Walking,   cycling,   improved well-being,   strain,   physical health,   psychological well being,   ,  
Indian auto industry may touch USD 300 billion mark by 2026: <strong>Study</strong>

Indian auto industry may touch USD 300 billion mark by 2026: Study

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Revenues of the Indian auto industry can rise 5-fold to hit the USD 300 billion mark, and volumes can log in over 3-fold increase to around 76 million units by 2026, according to a report.

Indian auto industry,   Cars in India,   India car sales,   Automobile industry,   Auto cos,  
J&K flood: Help desk, free transportation of relief <strong>material</strong> by Railways

J&K flood: Help desk, free transportation of relief material by Railways

11 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Railways will be transporting relief material free of charge to flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir and has taken a slew of measures including special trains and help desks for the stranded passengers.

floods in Kashmir,   J&K floods,   National Disaster Relief Force,   NDRF,   Indian railway,  
Twitter improves users' language skills: <strong>Study</strong>

Twitter improves users' language skills: Study

13 Sep 2014

New York: Expressing your thoughts and views in 140 characters on Twitter may actually be improving your language skills, shows a new study.

Twitter,   language skills,   RT,   re-tweet,   social media,  
Religion does not make people more moral: <strong>Study</strong>

Religion does not make people more moral: Study

13 Sep 2014

Washington: In what may come as a shock to those who think religious affiliation helps a person distinguish between right and wrong, a new study shows that religious people are not likely to do more good than their non-religious counterparts.

Religion,   moral,   religious affiliation,   non-religious people,   moral acts,  
Religion does not make people more moral: <strong>Study</strong>

Religion does not make people more moral: Study

13 Sep 2014

Washington: In what may come as a shock to those who think religious affiliation helps a person distinguish between right and wrong, a new study shows that religious people are not likely to do more good than their non-religious counterparts.

Religion moral,   religious affiliation,   non-religious people,   moral acts,   religion,  
Happy wife key to happy life for men: <strong>Study</strong>

Happy wife key to happy life for men: Study

13 Sep 2014

Washington: A husband who is unhappy with his marriage is still likely to be happy with his life if his wife gives their marriage high marks, a new study suggests.

Happy wife,   husband,   marriage,   unhappily married,   life satisfaction,  
Mice and men share a diabetes gene: <strong>Study</strong>

Mice and men share a diabetes gene: Study

12 Sep 2014

London: Researchers have identified a gene in mice involved in the development of type 2 diabetes, a finding that could lead to improved diagnosis and treatment for the disease.

Mice,   men,   diabetes,   type 2 diabetes,   metabolism,   Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne,  
Gambling is not all that bad, says <strong>study</strong>

Gambling is not all that bad, says study

11 Sep 2014

London: Gambling is not always bad, especially for those who indulge in it for fun and are in control of their gambling habit, says a new study.

Gambling,   gambling not bad,   gambling habit,   gambling for fun,   gamblers,  

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