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How women can get the first date right

How women can get the first date right

28 Oct 2014

London: If you have only talked over the phone, looked at a profile picture or texted each other, he really doesn't know exactly how you look until you turn up on your first date. So the first important thing is to dress right for the first meeting.

women,   first date,   dating expert,   dating tips,   Modern Dating,   relationship,   lifestyle,  
Who is <strong>Ashmit</strong> Patel, asks <strong>Veena</strong> Malik

Who is Ashmit Patel, asks Veena Malik

20 Jul 2013

Mumbai: At the first look launch of "Supermodel", the film's lead actress Veena Malik revealed that she and her co-star and ex-flame Ashmit Patel did not talk to each other while shooting for the movie in Fiji and it spelt worries for director Navin Batra.

Ashmit patel,   veena malik,   supermodel,   veena ashmit relationship,   navin batra,  
US and India focused on moving <strong>relationship</strong> forward: Jen Psaki

US and India focused on moving relationship forward: Jen Psaki

17 Oct 2014

Washington: India and the US are now focused on moving their ties forward after a row over the arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York last year, top American official has said.

Jen Psaki,   US,   India,   US-India ties,   US Spokesperson,   Devyani Khobragade interview,   visa fraud,   Khobragade,  
Deepika Padukone speaks about her past and present

Deepika Padukone speaks about her past and present

23 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Deepika Padukone has spoken about her equation with her ex, Ranbir Kapoor and current flame, Ranveer Singh in an upcoming episode of Niranjan Iyengar’s chat show.

Deepika Padukone,   Ranbir Kapoor,   Ranveer Singh,   Niranjan Iyengar,   Deepika Padukone relationship,  
Infosys extends <strong>relationship</strong> with Oracle

Infosys extends relationship with Oracle

02 Oct 2014

Bangalore: IT major Infosys said it has extended relationship with Oracle to enhance support for a range of innovative solutions and services on new technology platforms.

Infosys,   relationship with Oracle,   business,   companies,   Oracle,   ,  
Having a sibling makes you selfless

Having a sibling makes you selfless

18 Oct 2014

Washington: Siblings uniquely promote the development of sympathy and a quality relationship with a brother or sister increases levels of altruism in teens, a new study has found.

sibling,   selfless,   altruism in teens,   peer relationship,   sibling affection,   behavioural problems,  
 India committed to work closely with Afghanistan: Pranab Mukherjee

India committed to work closely with Afghanistan: Pranab Mukherjee

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi : President Pranab Mukherjee said Thursday India was "committed to working closely with Afghanistan" and wanted it to act as a bridge between south and central Asia.

Pranab Mukherjee,   Indian President,   India,   Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai,   Afghanistan President,   Afghanistan,   Bilateral Relationship ,  Development,   Strategic Relationship,  
Government declines info on Lokpal, cites fiduciary <strong>relationship</strong>

Government declines info on Lokpal, cites fiduciary relationship

06 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Central government has declined to make public details of people who have applied for becoming chairperson and members of anti-corruption body Lokpal, saying the information is held by it in "fiduciary relationship".

Central government,   Public details,   Anti-corruption body,   Lokpal,   Information,   RTI,  
Sibling support boosts altruism in boys

Sibling support boosts altruism in boys

17 Oct 2014

New York: A good relationship with a sibling promotes development of sympathy and levels of altruism in boys, says a study.

Sibling support,   altruism,   prosocial behaviour,   behavioural problems,   positive relationship,  
Brain's mental compass relies on geometric relationships

Brain's mental compass relies on geometric relationships

17 Oct 2014

Washington: Do you know why you never miss the road that leads to your girlfriend's house? Give credit to your brain's mental compass. The brain has a complex system for keeping track of which direction you are facing as you move about, say researchers, adding that people use geometrical relationships to orient themselves.

Brain's mental compass,   geometric relationships,   spatial relationship,   retrosplenial complex,   psychology,  

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