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Ghajini haircut brings trouble
January 6, 2009
Aamir Khan’s Ghajini haircut, that inspired a whole generation of kids has now become a
of contention between the y ...
Jones is the reincarnation of Gandhi...
June 27, 2009
Did you know that Gandhiji has been reincarnated as Van Jones, America's "environmental hero"? Jones' facial
A bone to pick
July 18, 2007
Southern California battles devastating wildfires
November 16, 2008
Metropolitan Los Angeles was seemingly surrounded by flames Saturday, with three wildfires consuming spacious mansions a ...
Engineers create bone to blend with tendons
August 30, 2008
Engineers have used skin cells to create artificial
s which display a gradual change from
to softer tissue and ...
Tough early life good for a fish, says a study
February 2, 2008
Researchers in the US have carried out a study and found that fish larvae which survive a long, rough and offshore journ ...
S Asians seek bone marrow for NRI
June 24, 2007
The South Asian community has come together to help Vinay Chakravarthy who is suffering from cancer.
Bone trail from Varanasi leads to China
June 23, 2007
Hundred Sacks full of human thigh
s and skulls were seized on June 12 in Jaigaon town in Jalpaiguri district near the ...
Shortage of isotopes to hit medical scans
September 6, 2008
A global shortage of medical isotopes, used in more than 80 per cent of heart and
scans and in detection of cancer, ...
Pak bans magazine following fatwa
June 17, 2007
A cleric issues a fatwa ordering the killing of the editor and the publisher of a local fashion magazine for publishing ...
Doubts persist over Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline
October 2, 2007
Tehran's insistence on a clause in the GSPA under which the gas prices would be reviewed after every five years remains ...
Johnny Walker: An Obituary
July 29, 2003
Johnny Walker tickled the nation's funny
like no other actor for more than three decades after independence.
'Rooney has broken more than a bone'
May 4, 2006
It could take a "miracle" for the England centre-forward to play at the World Cup in Germany, feels coach Sven-Goran Eri ...
Dining with Manish Arora
November 9, 2009
Manish Arora is a busy man. After having shown his collection at the recent Paris Fashion Week, he has now collaborated ...
The other side of the cut-off
July 8, 2010
So what if you couldn’t make it to St Stephen’s? It is worth the while to take a walk around its beautiful campus,.
Olympic US swimming champion Phelps arrested for drunken driving
Asian Games: Fight over boxing decisions, Sarita Devi cries foul
Gandhi, Orwell legacy splits Bihar's Motihari over getting a landmark
Adieu Orkut, you will be missed
Young, assured and turning right: India's generational change
IIPM cannot call itself management institute: HC
Jayalalithaa sentenced to 4 years in jail; clashes in Tamil Nadu
Narendra Modi takes centre stage at Madison Square; bag of goodies for Indian diaspora
Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled outside Madison Sq Garden ahead of Modi address
More nude images of Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence leaked online
Obama, Modi discuss trade, climate, terror at White House
India, China border stand off, that cast a shadow on Xi’s visit, ends
Karnataka high court to hear Jayalalithaa's case tomorrow
Modi-baiter IAS officer Pradeep Sharma arrested
Petrol price cut by 65 paise/litre from midnight
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