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Sarita Devi received no help from officials in Incheon, says lawyer  Oct 24, 6:47 pm
New Delhi, Oct. 24 (ANI): Sports lawyer Rahul Mehra on Friday alleged that pugilist Sarita Devi received no help and guidance from the Indian officials during the recent Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, which led to her protest and subsequent suspension by the International Boxing Association (AIBA).
Facebook wants good old 'chatrooms' back  Oct 24, 5:57 pm
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): Social media giant Facebook reportedly wants to bring back the old 'chatrooms' where people could strike up conversations with strangers about subjects they were all interested in.
Pollution level increases in India post-Diwali  Oct 24, 5:00 pm
Mumbai/Nagpur/Raipur/New Delhi, Oct.24 (ANI): Pollution levels have risen significantly following the excessive use of fireworks during Diwali.
Lady Gaga helps pull off pal's engagement on stage  Oct 24, 5:00 pm
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): Lady Gaga played a crucial role in the on-stage engagement of her friend Jay Lomax and his boyfriend Sean Martins during her concert recently.
Courtney Love set to be recurring guest star on 'Empire'  Oct 24, 4:09 pm
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): Courtney Love has been signed as a recurring guest star on Fox's upcoming drama 'Empire.'
Rajnath says India has never violated ceasefire  Oct 24, 2:30 pm
Surajpur (Greater Noida), Oct. 24 (ANI): With the Pakistan Assembly passing a resolution against so called Indian 'aggression', Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Indian security forces have never started the firing along the International Border (IB) or the Line of Control (LoC).
Brazilian footballers told not to wear 'hats, earrings or flip-flops' while playing under coach Dunga  Oct 24, 1:27 pm
Johannesburg, Oct 24 (ANI): Brazil national football team players have been told not to wear hats, earrings or flip-flops while playing for their country under coach Dunga.
South Sudan women considering denying sex to husbands in bid to end war  Oct 24, 12:26 pm
Johannesburg, Oct 27 (ANI): A group of women peace activists in civil war-torn South Sudan have suggested that women deny sex to their husbands until they stopped fighting.
Reminiscing boosts performance during mind-bending tasks  Oct 24, 10:21 am
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): A new study has revealed that reminiscing can help enhance the performance while performing challenging mental tasks.
Puri residents pay tribute to ancestors during special Diwali prayers  Oct 24, 9:53 am
Puri (Odisha), Oct.24 (ANI): On the occasion of Diwali, residents of Puri in Odisha offered tributes and homage to their ancestors.
IS destroying, looting Iraq's cultural heritage  Oct 23, 3:28 pm
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): The Islamic State's atrocities are not just limited to slaughtering of minority communities in Iraq.
Pak resorts to firing along International Border in Jammu  Oct 23, 3:27 pm
Kathua/Samba (Jammu and Kashmir), Oct.23 (ANI): Violating the ceasefire yet again on Thursday, Pakistan targeted Indian Border out Posts (BoPs) along the International Border (IB) at three places in Kathua, Samba and Jammu districts.
Pak lawmakers raise spectre of nuclear war with India amid unabated clashes along LoC  Oct 23, 2:21 pm
Karachi, Oct 23 (ANI): While hitting out at India for its "hostile posturing" along the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary, Pakistani lawmakers have raised the spectre of a nuclear war in the region in the backdrop of unabated ceasefire violations along the boundary, a report said.
Kate Hudson once found Matthew McConaughey 'howling naked' in woods  Oct 23, 2:21 pm
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): Kate Hudson has recently revealed that she once caught Matthew McConaughey howling naked in the woods, during weekend trip with some of their friends to her parents' cottage in the Canadian woods.
How brain remains stable during learning process  Oct 23, 1:46 pm
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): A new mathematical model has provided scientists with a deeper insight into how brain remains stable during the learning process.
Skin patches may soon succeed syringes to diagnose diseases  Oct 23, 12:41 pm
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): Scientists have been working on creating skin patches, which would be less painful alternative for disease diagnosis and could one day replace the syringes.
Clinical trial sheds new light on BP management during stroke treatment   Oct 23, 12:41 pm
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): Through a new clinical trial, scientists have found the efficiency of standard procedure for managing blood pressure in stroke patients.
Steenkamp's mother says 'justice has not been done' after Pistorius gets 5 years in jail for killing Reeva  Oct 23, 11:35 am
London, Oct 23 (ANI): A day after Reeva Steenkamp's mother, June, said that she was satisfied with the court's verdict that handed down five years of imprisonment to Oscar Pistorius for murdering her daughter, she has admitted that "justice has not been done."
Steenkamp's friend says Pistorius' family 'intimidated' people during trial  Oct 23, 9:47 am
London, Oct 23 (ANI): Oscar Pistorius' girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp's friend has alleged that his relatives "intimidated" people at the killer's trial.
Younis' ton helps Pak gain stability after faltering start in first Test against Oz   Oct 22, 7:05 pm
Dubai, Oct 22 (ANI): Veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan's ton helped his side gain some stability after a faltering start on the opening day of the first Test against Australia.
Omar hopes PM Modi announces relief package during Srinagar visit  Oct 22, 5:08 pm
Srinagar, Oct. 22 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday expressed the hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would announce the relief package of Rs. 44,000 crores as demanded by the state government for flood victims during his visit to Srinagar tomorrow.
Won't allow government to dilute 1973 Coal Nationalisation Act: Yechury  Oct 22, 5:08 pm
New Delhi, Oct. 22 (ANI): Asserting that his party would not let the government negate or dilute the 1973 Coal Nationalisation Act in any form, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury on Wednesday said the requirements of the state electricity boards and the public sector units like the NTPC must be met first before considering on the needs of private players.
Nigeria minister optimistic over release of abducted schoolgirls  Oct 22, 2:29 pm
Johannesburg, Oct 22 (ANI): Nigeria's foreign minister says he is optimistic that the government will soon end the conflict with Islamist militant group Boko Haram and bring back the 200 kidnapped schoolgirls.
Messi scores during Barca's 3-1 Ajax win to inch closer to Raul's 71 CL goals record  Oct 22, 1:36 pm
London, Oct 22 (ANI): Argentina football team captain Lionel Messi scored during Barcelona's comfortable 3-1 win over Ajax to move to within two goals of Spanish striker Raul to become Champions League's all-time leading scorer.
Adriano equals Messi's 'five goal' record in single CL match during Shakhtar's 7-0 Bate win  Oct 22, 1:36 pm
London, Oct 22 (ANI): Ukranian football club Shakhtar Donetsk's striker Luiz Adriano scored five goals to equal Barcelona's Lionel Messi's record for goals in a single Champions League match as his side thrashed Belarusian side Bate Borisov 7-0.
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