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January 3, 2005

A Nepalese sherpa couple has created a record far removed from their mountaineering skills - they are expecting their 23 ...
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 ...
December 7, 2006

Reduce stress by holding the hands of your spouse! This is the finding of a new study in the US.
February 11, 2005

Benita Sen reports on the a unique study of three decades that have changed the status of women.
January 6, 2005

It pays to keep your mouth shut. A recent study said women prefer men who talk less. Bollywood bombshells Priyanka Chopr ...
April 5, 2004

A black woman is 23 times more prone to AIDS due to higher rate of HIV among blacks, says a study.
May 19, 2004

Throughout her career Renuka Chowdhury has associated herself with various social and cultural organizations, working in ...
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April 19, 2004

She has closely associated herself with various social and cultural organizations, working in the field of child develop ...
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 ...
December 3, 2002

Jugal Hansraj, the Masoom child star, was first seen as a hero in a film called Aa Gale Lag Ja. Unfortunat ...
December 30, 2002

The company that claims to have created the world's first cloned human says the baby, nicknamed 'Eve' is coming home to ...
January 4, 2003

The head of Clonaid, Dr Brigitte Boisselier has claimed that a second human clone will be born this weekend in Netherlan ...
December 23, 2003

A study shows 23.7 per cent Indian students had firsts compared to 21 per cent white students, writes Nabanita Sircar.
July 4, 2003

Many parts of Assam are engulfed by floodwater but villagers say they cannot even find a drop of clean drinking water to ...
December 24, 2003

British Medical Association said racism is evident in access to medical training and careers, and is seen as "acceptable ...
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