Archive for September, 2017

Depressed women with low-self esteem prone to shopping addiction

London, Sep 30 Husbands please take a serious note! The shopping addiction is more predominant in depressed women with low self-esteem and frequent visits to malls may act as an escape mechanism for them to cope with unpleasant feelings.

According to Norwegian researchers, another worry is that the symptoms…

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Over Rs.7 crore seized in poll-bound Bihar

Patna, Sep 30 Over Rs.7 crore in cash was recovered from vehicles on Wednesday in Bihar’s Saran and Siwan districts during routine checking in the poll-bound state, police said.

The Rs.7 crore haul was made from a vehicle in Chapra, while Rs.12 lakh was found…

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West Bengal Submits Application for Rosogolla Geographical Indication Tag

KOLKATA:  West Bengal has submitted the application for a (Geographical Indication) GI tag for the rosogolla to stake claim on the sugary delicacy and beat Odisha, a minister said.

“We have filed an application for GI on September 18 with full support from Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee,” Rabiranjan Chattopadhyay, science…

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7/11 Mumbai Train Blasts Case: Court Likely to Pronounce Sentence Today

MUMBAI:  Nine years after a series of bomb blasts in suburban trains rattled Mumbai killing 188 people, a special court in Mumbai is likely to pronounce the quantum of punishment for 12 convicts in the case today.
Special Judge Yatin D Shinde had last week concluded hearing arguments on the…

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Being a real-life mother helped me for ‘Jazbaa’: Aishwarya

Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says that the experience of being a mother in real life helped her bring substantial truth in playing her character in “Jazbaa”.
“Actually having become a mother was perfect for a script like this because there is a lot of truth to the nuancing you can…

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BRICS foreign ministers endorse UN Security Council, IMF reforms

The foreign ministers of BRICS countries endorsed United Nations Security Council reforms saying it was necessary to make it “more representative and efficient” putting China and Russia publicly on the side for reorganisation.

China had campaigned to derail the reform process earlier this month before the UN General Assembly endorsed…

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India, US, Japan to collaborate on maritime security, regional connectivity

Reflecting the growing convergence of their interests in the Indo-Pacific region, India, US and Japan have agreed to work together to maintain maritime security through greater collaboration and strengthen regional connectivity.

The agreement was reached at the inaugural US-India-Japan Trilateral Ministerial dialogue held here Tuesday on the…

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Over Rs.7 crore seized in poll-bound Bihar

Over Rs.7 crore in cash was recovered from vehicles on Wednesday in Bihar’s Saran and Siwan districts during routine checking in the poll-bound state, police said.

The Rs.7 crore haul was made from a vehicle in Chapra, while Rs.12 lakh was found in a vehicle…

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Ronaldo to open 30 soccer schools in China

Brazilian soccer star Ronaldo announced on Monday that he will open 30 soccer schools in China and train Chinese youngsters with his special method.

When attending the opening ceremony of his soccer school in Campinas of Sao Paulo state, Ronaldo showed his optimism towards Chinese soccer market, and hoped his…

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Don’t choose cocktail dress blindly!

A cocktail party is a fad in big fat Indian weddings nowadays, and so have elaborate and voluminous cocktail gowns! But before you head to buy such an outfut, it’s best to evaluate your body type and choose something that offers comfort, says an expert.

Divya Sisodia, fashion stylist…

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