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Rahul Gandhi queues up outside SBI Bank in Delhi

As people across the nation thronged to ATM counters, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi queued outside an SBI in New Delhi on Friday. News agency...

Formula milk puts newborns at higher arsenic risk

Washington: In the first study of urinary arsenic in babies, Dartmouth College researchers have found that formula-fed infants had higher arsenic levels than breast-fed...

Media need respect, dignity: Amitabh Bachchan

"I do feel, that the job assigned to a member of the media has an agenda too. They get briefed from their seniors, much...

Sensex trades flat; banking stocks down

A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Tuesday was trading flat at 8.96 points or 0.03 per cent down as banking stocks dropped. Good buying...

Anu Malik: Young composers are doing a fantastic job

  Composer Anu Malik has been entertaining music lovers for almost four decades, but he doesn't shy away from admitting that the youngsters are talented...

I’ve had so many accidents, my body is full of metal:...

 Christian Bale plays a screenwriter who has lost his own narrative in Terrence Malick’s  Knight of Cups, an expressionistic portrait of the city that...

2002 hit and run case: SC to hear appeal against Salman...

 The Supreme Court will next week hear an appeal which seeks to set aside the Bombay  High Court order in the 2002 hit-and-run case...

Job racket busted in Mumbai: Blind kingpin, aide held

A 55-year-old blind man and his accomplice were arrested on Friday in Dongri for allegedly duping four people of lakhs of rupees on the...

Rang Barse lekin ‘Bollywood Style’

New Delhi: The most colorful and fun festival of India, Holi is right around the corner. The festival also known as carnival of colors...

Blame street lights, they may be giving you sleepless nights

 If you struggle with falling asleep at night, then you may want to blame your well-lit  neighborhood, a new study has found, suggesting that...