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Lt Gen Satish Nambiar appointed to UN panel to study world body
November 5, 2003
Nambiar is among 16 members of a high-level panel appointed by Secy-Gen Kofi Annan to identify new global security threa ...
Stressed? Hold hands
December 7, 2006
Reduce stress by holding the hands of your spouse! This is the finding of a new
in the US.
Towards an egalitarian world
February 11, 2005
Benita Sen reports on the a unique
of three decades that have changed the status of women.
Speak less to marry a film star
January 6, 2005
It pays to keep your mouth shut. A recent
said women prefer men who talk less. Bollywood bombshells Priyanka Chopr ...
Broadband is about price not speed
February 17, 2003
claims that broadband take-up will increase significantly in Western Europe once cheap entry-l ...
Black women more likely to be infected with AIDS in US
April 5, 2004
A black woman is 23 times more prone to AIDS due to higher rate of HIV among blacks, says a
April 7, 2004
Drinking water problem, relief for farmers from crop loans, more
facilities for rubber and vanilla are some of ...
The end, not the beginning?
January 17, 2003
It won?t happen again because the world has changed. The age of the cricketing ambush is over. Modern Cup campaigns stud ...
Scepticism of broadband remains high in Europe
February 17, 2003
The latest finding from Jupiter
shows that the Europeans are still sceptical about broadband and a "broadband r ...
Indians lead at Cambridge
December 23, 2003
shows 23.7 per cent Indian students had firsts compared to 21 per cent white students, writes Nabanita Sircar.
Racism acceptable in NHS, says BMA study
December 24, 2003
British Medical Association said racism is evident in access to medical training and careers, and is seen as "acceptable ...
US docs okay cloning for research
July 1, 2003
The US Medical Association has endorsed cloning for
, saying it is medically ethical but allowing doctors who op ...
UNESCO to study ground water conditions around Borobodur
July 10, 2003
People living near the ancient Borobudur Temple in Magelang district, Central Java, have requested the UNESCO to conduct ...
British women outraced men
in millionaire run: Study
December 25, 2003
shows that there are now 2,99,300 women millionaires compared to 2,71,700 men, reports Vijay D ...
Foreign tourist to Kumbh Mela looted at Manmad
August 4, 2003
A 63-year-old Australian tourist who had come here to
Indian culture and the use of IT during the Kumbh Mela, was ...
Asian Games 2014: India slapped with $10,000 fine for late pullout of teams
Delhi brothers win
7 crore on Kaun Banega Crorepati, create history
10 hilarious lessons F.R.I.E.N.D.S' Joey taught us
1000 unlawful police detention cases in India every year, UP and Delhi lead
Take a hint people! 'I’ve never said I am single': Priyanka Chopra
Movie review: Fawad Khan, Kirron Kher impress but fail to save Khoobsurat
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
Ranbir Kapoor is an extremely important person in my life: Katrina Kaif
Delhi: 2 held for raping woman in moving car
Valley youth going back to the gun: Army report
Seat sharing row: Shiv Sena makes new offer, BJP turns it down
Chinese troops back in Ladakh after retreat during Xi's visit
Most wanted: Maoists pip terrorists in bounty stakes
IAF AN-32 crashlands in Chandigarh, 9 injured
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