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Security issues to be discussed <strong>during</strong> Modi's US visit

Security issues to be discussed during Modi's US visit

16 Sep 2014

Washington: US on Tuesday said it shares a very broad relationship with India and key issues of security, economy and energy among others would be discussed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the country. "We are all looking forward to welcoming Prime Minister Modi to Washington for a number of meetings," State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf told foreign correspondents at a news conference in Washington.

US-India ties,   Bilateral relations,   Security issues,   Modi’s US visit,   Indian PM,   General Assembly session of the United Nations,   US President,   Barack Obama ,  
 Xi Jinping to hear lion's roar <strong>during</strong> stroll with Modi

Xi Jinping to hear lion's roar during stroll with Modi

16 Sep 2014

Ahmedabad: The roar of the majestic Asiatic lions will be heard when Prime Minister Narendra Modi strolls with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the Sabarmati riverfront - thanks to mechanised animals that will be on display.

Narendra Modi,   Xi Jinping,   Sabarmati riverfront,   Saurabh Patel,   Indo-China realtion ,  
Security issues to be discussed <strong>during</strong> Narendra Modi's US visit

Security issues to be discussed during Narendra Modi's US visit

16 Sep 2014

Washington: US on Tuesday said it shares a very broad relationship with India and key issues of security, economy and energy among others would be discussed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the country. The Obama administration is gearing up to give a red carpet welcome to Prime Minister Modi when he arrives in Washington on September 29 from New York where he would attend the annual General Assembly session of the United Nations.

Security issues,   Narendra Modi,   Modi's US visit,   NDA,   Obama,   Barack Obama,   bilateral ties,  
Daily meditation may reduce migraine <strong>pain</strong>

Daily meditation may reduce migraine pain

13 Sep 2014

New York: For those suffering from migraine attacks, daily meditation might be a good idea for instant relief. During a small study, researchers assessed the safety, feasibility and effects of a standardized meditation and yoga intervention called mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in adults with migraines.

Daily meditation,   migraine pain,   meditation,   yoga,  headache,   ,  
Cheating <strong>during</strong> exams is a disease: Mamata Banerjee

Cheating during exams is a disease: Mamata Banerjee

13 Sep 2014

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said copying and cheating during examinations are a disease and urged upon students to study hard rather than indulging in malpractices.

Mamata Banerjee,   TMC,   education in West Bengal,   literacy in West Bengal,   Trinamool Congress ,  
Farah took my extra care <strong>during</strong> 'Happy New Year' shoot: Deepika Padukone

Farah took my extra care during 'Happy New Year' shoot: Deepika Padukone

12 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone says that director Farah Khan took very good care of her during the shoot of upcoming film 'Happy New Year' especially because of the heavy-weight star cast comprising Shah Rukh Khan and Abhishek Bachchan.

Happy New Year,   Deepika Padukone,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Abhishek Bachchan,   Dimple Kapadia,   Finding Fanny,   Farah Khan,  
Amit Shah chargesheeted in hate speech case <strong>during</strong> Lok Sabha polls

Amit Shah chargesheeted in hate speech case during Lok Sabha polls

11 Sep 2014

Muzaffarnagar: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah was chargesheeted by the police for his alleged hate speech during campaigning in Muzaffarnagar for the Lok Sabha elections.

Amit Shah,   Lok Sabha,   Lok Sabha polls,   BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   Muzaffarnagar,  
I took pedalo for drink with Botham <strong>during</strong> 2007 World Cup, reveals Flintoff

I took pedalo for drink with Botham during 2007 World Cup, reveals Flintoff

12 Sep 2014

London: Former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff has revealed that his notorious encounter with a pedalo during the 2007 World Cup was a failed attempt to enjoy a nightcap with Ian Botham.

Andrew Flintoff,   Pedalo,   2007 World Cup,   Ian Botham,   Cricket secrets,   Cricketers drunk,  
Serotonin can reduce sensitivity to <strong>pain</strong>

Serotonin can reduce sensitivity to pain

23 Aug 2014

Lisbon: Researchers at Portugal's Champalimaud Foundation said on Friday that the molecule of serotonin in the organism can diminish sensitivity to pain.

Serotonin,   sensitivity to pain,   pain,   chronic pain,   physiological role,   biomedical research,  
Dhoni keeps mum on booing of England players <strong>during</strong> T20 match

Dhoni keeps mum on booing of England players during T20 match

08 Sep 2014

Birmingham: In no mood to be drawn into a controversy at the end of an exhausting tour, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni steered clear of queries on England's cricketers, especially spinner Moeen Ali, getting booed on home turf during the one-off Twenty20 match here.

India captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   MS Dhoni,   India vs England,   T20 International,  

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