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Former separatist Sajjad Lone takes oath as J&K minister

Sajjad Gani Lone, younger son of People's Conference leader Abdul Gani Lone who was assassinated in 2002 in Srinagar, has crossed yet another threshold with his swearing in as a minister in Peoples......

'Don't think massive voter turnout in J&K ends all problems'

'We all have a short life. And life without risks is no life at all.' Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference Chairman Sajjad Gani Lone on what the Jammu and Kashmir elections mean. Image: A lady......

Prof C N R Rao becomes third scientist to be awarded Bharat Ratna

Professor Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao is the third scientist to be awarded the highest civilian award -- Bharat Ratna, a crowning glory of his inexorable list of outstanding achievements. Rao......

Questions India needs to ask on world biodiversity day

India is the chair of Convention on Biological Diversity till 2014. India has the chance to lead the world with setting high standards on biodiversity protection within India and with operations......

UK: Indian woman kills son for failing to memorise Quran

An Indian-origin mother who beat her son "like a dog" for not being able to memorise passages of the Quran, has been found guilty by a British court of murdering him and setting his body on fire to......

New B-schools take slow and steady steps towards growth

More than 185 business schools have closed down in 2012, and another 150 schools are struggling for survival.While these figures may lead to the perception that the future of management education......

Lodha: Mumbai's new real estate king

Property prices have hit an all-time highs in India's financial capital, Mumbai. With builders vying for prime properties in the heart of the city, price is no longer a deterrent for realty......

This race may be Tata's to lose

Billionaire Indian industrialist Ratan N. Tata has long vowed to take his auto company Tata Motors global -- and not just with the cheap models that have conquered the Indian market. Now he is......

IIM-C in pact with Cardiff B-school

The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta has signed a memorandum of understanding with Cardiff Business School of Cardiff University for collaboration on various activities including exchanges......

Want to study abroad? Get a package deal

With the number of students going abroad for higher education rising, there has been a spurt in agencies organising their 'complete' trips -- from procuring the visa to getting accommodation in the......

New releases: Desis lead the charge in America

Leap Year, You Might Want to Skip It This Year, declared a reviewer. Many others toowere dismissive of the romantic film directed by Anand Tucker, his first mainstream film. But the movie which is......

Clarke to play Twenty20 cricket in Melbourne

Australia Test skipper Michael Clarke's will captain the Melbourne Stars in Australia's Big Bash League for the next two seasons after not playing Twenty20 for three years. The announcement was......

Pak spinner Ajmal's action cleared; chances high to make World Cup squad

Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal. Graham Crouch/Getty Images Star Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was cleared to resume international cricket on Saturday after his bowling action was found to be......

Sri Lanka's Senanayake to face Chennai 'action' test

Sachithra Senanayake, the Sri Lankan off-spinner banned for illegal bowling action, is to proceed to Chennai's ICC accredited centre for suspect actions. Jerome Jayaratne, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)......

UAE mindful of Ramadan challenges

United Arab Emirates' soccer playmaker Omar Abdulrahman is unfazed about facing Britain at the Olympics -- but the All Whites' task of upsetting the hosts will be made harder by the tournament......

FIFA approves poppies on armbands for England team

FIFA has agreed to let the England team wear embroidered poppies on their black armbands to mark Remembrance Day during Saturday's friendly against Spain, the English Football Association (FA) said......
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A Diabetes Drug That May Increase Lifespan To 120 Years

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Children who eat breakfast score higher marks

Nutritionists have already shown a link between eating breakfast and staying healthy. Now, a study of 5,000 nine to 11-yearolds by Cardiff... ...

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Ancient Forest discovered in Arctic Norway linked to Climate Shift in History

Earlier, researchers found remains of 400-million-year old forest in arctic Norway. Now, researchers from the United Kingdom revealed that the... ...

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