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<strong>Too</strong> <strong>much</strong> selfie sharing can harm real-life relationships

Too much selfie sharing can harm real-life relationships

22 Sep 2014

London: Sharing too many selfies  on social media can lead to decreased intimacy with your near and dear ones, a study has found.

selfie sharing,   real-life relationships,   selfies,   social media,   Business School,  
Aditi Sajwan, Shafaq Naaz to star in 'Chidiya Ghar'

Aditi Sajwan, Shafaq Naaz to star in 'Chidiya Ghar'

18 Oct 2014

Mumbai: A blend of music and dance will add some extra zing to comedy show 'Chidiya Ghar' with the entry of actresses Aditi Sajwan and Shafaq Naaz.

Aditi Sajwan,   Shafaq Naaz,   Chidiya Ghar,   SAB TV show,   Baal Veer,  
Watching <strong>too</strong> <strong>much</strong> <strong>TV</strong> <strong>may</strong> increase risk of early death: Study

Watching too much TV may increase risk of early death: Study

26 Jun 2014

Washington: The adults, who watch TV three hours or more a day, may double their risk of premature death from any cause, a new study has warned.

Watching TV,   risk of early death,   watching too much TV,   premature death from watching TV,   ,  
<strong>Too</strong> <strong>much</strong> twitter <strong>may</strong> drive you crazy

Too much twitter may drive you crazy

07 Aug 2014

London: If you have a tendency to read and post tweets for several hours a day, watch out for psychiatric disorders. According to researchers, an overdose of Twitter may drive you psychotic.

Twitter,   researches,   psychiatric hospital,   Germany,   retweets,  
New signalling molecule <strong>may</strong> aid weight loss

New signalling molecule may aid weight loss

18 Oct 2014

Berlin: Scientists have discovered a new signalling molecule capable of activating brown fat cells, paving the way for new therapies to help people lose weight.

molecule,   weight loss,   brown fat cells,   white fat cells,   adenosine signal,  
Virus threat <strong>may</strong> make amphibians disappear

Virus threat may make amphibians disappear

18 Oct 2014

London: A team of European researchers has found that viruses are causing severe diseases and mass deaths in many amphibians including frogs and salamanders.

Virus,   amphibians,   frogs,   salamander,   amphibian communities,   Ebola,   Ranavirus,   toad virus,   ,  
Indian <strong>TV</strong> viewers could soon switch service provider with ease

Indian TV viewers could soon switch service provider with ease

08 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Soon, Indian TV viewers would have the advantage of mobile portability where the consumer is free to choose the provider and switch to another one.

Indian viewers,   Indian television,   I&B minister,   Prakash Javadekar,   mobile portability,   cable TV digitization,  
BCCI <strong>may</strong> consider freezing bilateral ties with West Indies

BCCI may consider freezing bilateral ties with West Indies

18 Oct 2014

Mumbai: A livid BCCI may contemplate a freeze on bilateral series with the West Indies for five years and claim hefty damages for the Caribbean team's unprecedented move to pull out of the remainder of India tour in the wake of an acrimonious unresolved pay dispute with its Board.

BCCI,   India vs West Indies,   WICB,  
ICC crackdown on chuckers 20 years <strong>too</strong> late: Umpire Hair

ICC crackdown on chuckers 20 years too late: Umpire Hair

13 Oct 2014

Sydney: The ICC crackdown on bowlers with suspect action has come 20 years too late, says former international umpire Darrell Hair, who famously called Sri Lankan great Muttiah Muralitharan for alleged chucking during a Test in Melbourne in 1995.

ICC,   bowlers,   umpire Darrell Hair,   Muttiah Muralitharan,  
Dheeraj Dhoopar goes on selfie spree in Hong Kong

Dheeraj Dhoopar goes on selfie spree in Hong Kong

14 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Actor Dheeraj Dhoopar, who plays the male lead in TV serial 'Sasural Simar Ka', revealed his obsession with a selfie stick while shooting in Hong Kong.

Dheeraj Dhoopar,   Colours TV serial,   Sasural Simar Ka,   Hong Kong,   Colours TV,  

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