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21 October, 2017 8:04 AM Sanjay Dutt's Daughter Trishala Will Make You Hit the Gym Right Now; See Pic

These days star kids have become quite active on social media especially when it comes to sharing their day-to-day business- from gyming to shopping to parties- with their followers. One such is Sanjay Dutt's daughter, Trishala, who is currently settled in New York. Trishala's recent picture on Instagram has taken the internet by storm. The diva, who has specialized 21

20 October, 2017 8:19 AM Eye deformity may be cause of dyslexia: Study

According to a new study, people with dyslexia may not have a dominant eye, which may cause the "mirror effect that disrupts their ability to read", Daily Mail reported. For the study, 60 participants' (only half were dyslexic) eyes were examined. Non-dyslexic people had spots that revealed one eye was dominant over the other. While the spots in each eye found 32

18 October, 2017 9:26 PM On Diwali eve, youth lights up lives of four patients

New Delhi, Oct 18 (PTI) A 24-year-old man gave a new lease of life to four people when his parents decided to donate his organs, including his heart, after he was declared brain dead by doctors today. Delhi resident Dharmendra Kumar suffered a severe head injury on October 12 after he fell from the terrace of his house. "After the accident, he was rushed 28

17 October, 2017 1:31 PM The Daily 202: Hawks worry about the lack of American resolve to confront North Korea

PALO ALTO, Calif. — President Trump’s bellicose rhetoric toward North Korea is making it harder to marshal domestic support for potential United States intervention. This is a widespread concern among fellows at the Hoover Institution, a right-leaning think tank on the campus of Stanford University. Trump has tweeted that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 12

16 October, 2017 3:11 AM AIIMS neurosurgery dept has 6-month-long wait list

Summary: Despite several attempts by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to reduce the long queues by starting online registration and introducing AIIMS video clinic in 2016, wherein patients can seek opinions online, patients still have to wait for long to get neurosurgery or cancer treatment. Mohammad Halim, a resident of Poornia district 56

12 October, 2017 7:13 PM So, who killed Aarushi? Theory of no outsider entry collapses

NEW DELHI: The theory of another killer — could be an outsider — being involved has found new life after the Allahabad high court on Thursday set aside the conviction of doctor couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the 2008 murder of their daughter, Aarushi, and domestic help Hemraj. Only a copy of the order will reveal the exact reasoning of the division 39

9 October, 2017 11:37 PM How Nudge Theory Just Made You Click on This Headline (and Helped a Famous Economist Win the Nobel Prize)

It takes effort to move a mouse, point the arrow toward a headline, and click down on a button. As a writer, I know this is true--I search on Google and read headlines all day, and I write headlines like the one above that will hopefully make you interested. The catch? We're all inundated with many other headlines, so there has to be just enough information 25

8 October, 2017 9:05 AM India vs Australia: Aaron Finch Suffers 'Brain Fade' While Facing Kuldeep Yadav

Aaron Finch was going well and looked in top form before he got-out to Kuldeep Yadav's left-arm spin, which triggered Australia's downfall in their nine-wicket defeat to India in the first T20. Australian open Aaron Finch is the only batsman in the Australian camp who seems to be in form and it is quite evident from his scores of 124, 92 and 32 in the ODI series 37

8 October, 2017 9:03 AM Modi-Shah Exhibit Nerves For First Time, Tweak Gujarat Plan

The two-month countdown to the Gujarat election is obvious now. After the GST Council meet yesterday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley singled out "khakra" (Gujarati savoury snack) and announced the GST on it has been reduced from 12 per cent to 5 per cent. Man-made yarn will also see lower GST now, helping textile manufacturers in Gujarat, where Prime 127

8 October, 2017 3:16 AM Mumbai: Brain dead engineer saves lives of four

The family of a Mumbai-based engineer, who was declared brain dead after he was grievously injured in a bike accident during a visit to his hometown in Pune, has given a new lease of life to four people by donating the victim's organs. On October 2, two unidentified bikers rammed into Govind Kulkarni (46), while he was taking a stroll on the service 97