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Sheena Bora case: Why did her lawyers give Indrani a drubbing?
Indrani dressed in a short purple kurta and leggings, with a bandhini green-purple chunni, sindhoor glowing in her mang, was receiving a drubbing from her lawyers for the facts she had revealed......
Sheena Bora Case: Peter celebrates another birthday in jail
It will be his fifth birthday in jail as an undertrial. He was arrested two days before his birthday in 2015.Tuesday also marked Peter's fourth year in jail.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the......
WTF News! It's Weird, True and Funny
Here's your weekly digest of the craziest stories from around the world. She's selling her wedding dress on eBay to fund divorce from husband In a bizarre incident, a 28-year-old woman in the UK......
Dubai: 3 Indians arrested for raping 4-year-old
The Dubai police have arrested three Indians for allegedly raping a four-year-old Indian girl in a school bus and they may face the death punishment if found guilty. The driver, who has been......
Dark chocolate may help beat heart disease
Chocolate has already been linked to many health benefits, and now, a group of scientists has given chocoholics another reason to savour their favourite sweet by suggesting that dark chocolate......
Keeping Cadbury relevant: 'Chocolate is not all about sugar'
The Mondelez portfolio in India also includes brands like Bournvita, 5-Star. Nikhat Hetavkar finds out how it stays relevant amid strong pushback from millennials over health effects of its......
Nestle India aims to restore fast growth
Nestlé opposed the central government’s plea to test more samples Nestle India, this country's largest food products company by revenue, is keen to restore double-digit net......
Maggi's trial by fire
The raging storm simply refuses to quell. Even after Nestlé has pulled back its stocks, Brand Maggi finds itself flailing in a maelstrom. Sales have collapsed and stock prices have......
Volatile markets end flat; await Modi's cabinet
Benchmark share indices came off their day's highs to end flat, amid a volatile trading session, as investors turned cautious ahead of key cabinet portfolios that are likely to be announced post......
Do happy people work harder?
Happiness makes people more productive at work, according to a new study. Economists at the University of Warwick, carried out a number of experiments to test the idea that happy employees work......
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