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Militants waiting to infiltrate into <strong>Kashmir</strong>: BSF

Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

30 Jan 2015

Srinagar: Border Security Force on Friday said there were attempts by militants from across the border to  infiltrate into Kashmir, but asserted that the force is alert and would not give any opportunity to the guerrillas to cross.

BSF,   Militants,   Border Security Force,   BSF,   infiltrate in Kashmir ,  
Katrina to begin 'Fitoor' shooting in <strong>Kashmir</strong>

Katrina to begin 'Fitoor' shooting in Kashmir

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif will begin her shoot for the upcoming flick 'Fitoor' in Kashmir soon. The first phase of the shooting had wrapped up about a month ago with Aditya Roy Kapur and Rekha. Now, it is the leading lady of the film, Katrina, who will join the team soon.

Katrina Kaif,   Fitoor,   Katrina to begin shoot,  Aditya Roy Kapur,   Abhishek Kapoor,  
 Infants create new knowledge while sleeping

Infants create new knowledge while sleeping

30 Jan 2015

Berlin: While infants sleep they are reprocessing what they have learned, a new study has found.

infants sleep,   infant brain,   sleep,   University of Tubingen,  
Probiotic pills soon to treat diabetes

Probiotic pills soon to treat diabetes

30 Jan 2015

New York: Have diabetes? Get ready to pop a probiotic pill each morning to help control your sugar levels. According to a promising study, a team from Cornell University engineered a strain of lactobacillus - a human probiotic common in the gut to secrete a Glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1).

Probiotic pills,   diabetes,   Glucagon,   Cornell University ,  
Lonely souls find solace in binge-watching TV

Lonely souls find solace in binge-watching TV

30 Jan 2015

Washington: The more lonely and depressed you are, the more likely you are to binge-watch television, researchers from the University of Texas at Austin have found.

Lonely souls,   watching TV,   TV addiction,   researchers from University of Texas,  
 Cities are experiencing more heat waves: Study

Cities are experiencing more heat waves: Study

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Urban areas across the globe have experienced significant increases in heat waves over the past 40 years, according to a new research. Scientists have found that prolonged periods of extremely hot days have significantly increased in over 200 urban areas between 1973 and 2012.

heat waves in city,   urban areas face heat waves,   Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar,   Northeastern University,   University of California,   Los Angeles,   University of Washington. ,  
Resolution of <strong>Kashmir</strong> issue pivotal for regional peace: Pakistan

Resolution of Kashmir issue pivotal for regional peace: Pakistan

29 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Upping its ante on Kashmir, Pakistan on Thursday said resolving the long-standing issue was "pivotal" to the regional peace and security as it called on the international community for a "sustainable and lasting solution" to the dispute.

Kashmir resolution,   Kashmir issue,   Pakistan,   Regional peace,   Regional security,   Kashmir dispute,  
<strong>Kashmir</strong> plains witness season's first snowfall

Kashmir plains witness season's first snowfall

29 Jan 2015

Srinagar: The season's first snowfall in Kashmir's plains on Thursday brought cheer to the faces of locals as the 40-day long harsh winter period neared its end.

snowfall in Kashmir plains,   season first snowfall,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Chillai Kalan,  
Pakistan shells civilian areas; 8 BoPs along International Border in Jammu, 3 injured

Pakistan shells civilian areas; 8 BoPs along International Border in Jammu, 3 injured

30 Jan 2015

Jammu: Pakistani troops on Thursday night heavily shelled border hamlets and 8 Border outposts (BoPs) including Arnia town along International Border (IB) in Jammu district resulting in injuries to three persons.

ceasefire violation,   Pakistani troops,   BSF outposts,   Border outposts,   Indian International Border in Jammu,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
People are emotionally attached to their smartphones: Research

People are emotionally attached to their smartphones: Research

29 Jan 2015

London: People are becoming emotionally attached to their smartphones, show researchers from Loughborough University and University of Iceland in Reykjavik.

smartphones,   smartphone users,   emotional element,   Loughborough University,  

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