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Actress Bella Thorne's family warned her about reality TV personality Scott Disick Actress Bella Thorne Actress Bella Thorne's family reportedly warned her about getting close to reality TV personality Scott Disick, who they say is an older man with a certain "reputation".Read More
India and Mauritius sign maritime security agreement Indian PM Narendra Modi and Mauritius PM Pravind Kumar Jugnauth India and Mauritius on Saturday signed an agreement for maritime security as New Delhi extended a $500-million credit line to the Indian Ocean island nation following delegation level talks here headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Mauritian counterpart Pravind Jugnauth.Read More
Indian PM Narendra Modi meets Mauritian PM Pravind Jugnauth Indian PM Narendra Modi and Mauritian PM Pravind Jugnauth Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth was received by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the forecourt of the Presidential residence. Prime Minister Jugnauth was given a ceremonial welcome in the Rasthrapati Bhawan on Saturday at the start of his three-day India visit.Read More
Actor Ranveer Singh injured on 'Padmavati' set, continues shooting Actor Ranveer Singh Ranveer Singh was injured on the head while shooting the climax of "Padmavati" here, a source close to the actor said, adding that he sought medical aid and returned to shoot soon after.Read More
NASA reveals new mode of ice loss in Greenland Rink Glacier in western Greenland A new NASA study has revealed a new mode of ice loss in Greenland that may increase the potential for sustained loss of mass as the climate continues to warm up, with implications for the future rate of sea level rise.Read More
Mauritius Prime Minister Honorable Pravind Jugnauth visits India to discuss OBOR Policy Mauritius Prime Minister Honorable Pravind Jugnauth Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth arrived in New Delhi, India today and India will host the Indian Ocean Island PM for the next two days. Read More 
Fathers pay more attention to daughters' needs Father and daughter Fathers tend to be more attentive and responsive to the needs of their toddler daughters than of their sons, finds a brain study that shows a toddler's gender influences the brain responses as well as the behaviour of fathers.Read more
US President Donald Trump calls on NATO members to tackle terror, immigration US President Donald Trump US President Donald Trump called on NATO members to focus on defeating terrorism and urged them to pay a fair share towards the Alliance's upkeep.Read More
Actress Kirsten Dunst gets emotional on Cannes red carpet Actress Kirsten Dunst Actress Kirsten Dunst could not hold back her emotions while attending the premiere of her upcoming film "The Beguiled" at the 70th Cannes Film Festival.Read More
South Korea freezes rates in first meet under President Moon Jae-in President Moon Jae-in South Korea's central bank on Thursday froze its benchmark interest rate at the record-low level in its first rate-setting meeting under the new government.Read More
Facebook expands fundraisers to support more causes Facebook Logo Allowing more people to raise funds for their friends and those in need, Facebook has expanded personal fundraising feature by adding community and sports categories.Read More
US President Donald Trump has not decided on Paris Climate Agreement US President Donald Trump Senate Democrats have urged US President Donald Trump to remain a part of the Paris Climate Agreement. The White House has said that the President is yet to make up his mind.Read More
Your belly fat may up risk of cancer Belly Fat Besides high body mass index (BMI), individuals with increased belly fat may be at a greater risk of developing cancer, including of the breast and bowel, especially in older adults.Read More
Why dieting may not help you to lose weight Losing Weight Looking to shed those extra kilos through dieting? You may be at a loss, as human bodies tend to compensate by sparing energy, limiting the number of calories that we burn and hence affect our weight loss regimen.Read More
Singer Celine Dion wore dress packed with tissues Celine Dion at the Billboard Music Awards Singer Celine Dion's sleeves on her gown she adorned at the Billboard Music Awards were packed up with tissue paper, according to her stylist Law Roach.Read More
Sleepless in sin city: Fun, frolic and gaming Flamingo Casino In the heart of the Nevada desert lies a city with over a million lights, burning bright in the night like a shining diamond against an otherwise dark background. It is sin city -- one that never sleeps.Read More
UK attack prompts Australia to maintain 'probable' threat level Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Following the terror attack in Manchester, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Wednesday that the threat level in his country will be maintained at "probable".Read More
Art carnival by students to globalize Indian art Art carnival An art carnival being organized by students here aims to globalize Indian art by bringing back the essence of the old classical art form in modern and contemporary art.Read More
Hassan Rouhani says Syrian issue should be solved through dialogue and peaceful means Re-elected President Hassan Rouhani Iran's recently re-elected President Hassan Rouhani said that the Syrian issue should be solved through dialogue and peaceful means.Read More
Just one alcoholic drink a day ups breast cancer risk Breast Cancer Symbol Drinking just one glass of wine or other alcoholic drink a day can increase breast cancer risk, reveals a major new report that analysed data on 12 million women.Read More
19 dead, 59 injured after blast at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester UK police escort an injured woman outside Manchester Arena At least 19 persons have been killed and 50 injured in a suspected terror attack in a stadium in Manchester, following a concert by singer Ariana Grande.Read More
Eating fruits and vegetables daily may cut artery disease Fruits and Vegetables Increased consumption of fruit and vegetables per day may lower your risk of developing an artery disease that affects blood flow to the legs.Read More
Here's why girls should never take diet pills Girl taking pills Is your teen aged daughter popping pills to shed weight? Beware, she may be at an increased risk of harming hormones, growth as well as mental health.
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Brazilian mogul confesses to bribing President Michel Temer President Michel Temer A Brazilian business mogul has confessed to paying huge bribes to President Michel Temer since 2010, according to new court documents.Read More
Eating nuts may cut risk of colon cancer recurrence by half Nuts Researchers have found that eating tree nuts which include almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, cashews, and pecans, among others, is associated with significant reduced risk of colon cancer recurrence.Read More
Indian actress Aishwarya looks princess-like at Cannes red carpet Indian actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan With her hair open, her subtle make-up paired with dark-hued lips, Indian actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looked every inch a royal princess at the the 70th Annual Cannes Film festival in a floor-sweeping powder blue ballroom gown by Dubai-based Filipino fashion designer Michael Cinco.Read More
Nearly 17 mn Zomato users' stolen data now being sold online Zomato With the popular online food delivery service Zomato admitting on Wednesday that nearly 17 million records of its registered users were stolen from its database which include email addresses and hashed passwords, the data is now being sold on a popular Dark Web marketplace.
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NASA probes detect man-made bubble around Earth Man-made bubble around Earth Humans have long been shaping Earth's landscape, but now scientists know that we also can shape our near-space environment with radio communications.Read More
Actors Katie Holmes 'very serious' about Jamie Foxx Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Actors Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx reportedly enjoyed a rendezvous here - almost four years since their romance began.Read More
US Stocks sink as Trump worries trigger risk aversion US Stocks US stocks closed sharply lower on Wednesday due to the market concerns on whether the Trump administration could continue to push its economic reform agenda.Read More
Brazilian President Michel Temer denies corruption charges Brazilian President Michel Temer Brazilian President Michel Temer has denied participation in any bribery scheme related to the meat industry. Read More
Actress Rose Byrne accuses Hollywood of misogyny Actress Rose Byrne Actress Rose Byrne has lashed out at "mainstream US comedies", accusing them of being misogynistic. Read More 
Goa India's most preferred travel destination Travel destination Goa Be it winter or summer, Indians do not seem to get enough of Goa. A new Google India report released on Wednesday shows that Goa remains the most preferred destination within the country.Read More
US President Donald Trump's first trip to MidEast includes stop in West Bank US President Donald Trump US President Donald Trump will meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem, West Bank next week during his trip to the Middle East.Read More
Nail your beach holiday look with right accessories Beach holiday look Are you gearing up for a summer beach getaway?
A beach destination is a good choice to relax by the waves and take stunning photographs. But as you get all set to take those memorable photos, don't forget to pay attention to your beach look with the right outfits, standout sunglasses and footwear.Read More
People have misconceptions of who I am: Reality TV star Kylie Jenner Kylie Jenner Reality TV star Kylie Jenner, who is coming up with her own docu-series "Life Of Kylie", says a lot of people have misconceptions about her.Read More
US will send a strong message to North Korea : Claimed Indian-origin Ambassador Nikki Haley US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, the first Indian-American to hold a cabinet rank, pledged that the US plans to "tighten the screws" on North Korea's nuclear ambitions.Read More
Safeguard tattoos from summer evils Tattoos Summer season is the perfect time to flaunt your tattoo in sleeveless tees, shorts and beachwear. However, with the scorching sun, it becomes all the more important to take care of your tattoo and the skin. Read More
Essential tips for hair care in summer Hair Care Cover up, air dry and don't forget the conditioner to keep hair shine intact in summer. Read More 
Maria Sharapova advances at Italian Open Maria Sharapova Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova began the Italian Open with a win over American rival Christina McHale in the first round of the tournament.Read More
Psychological abuse more damaging for kids' well-being Small Child Exposure to psychological abuse between parents has more damaging effect on children's well-being in the long term than physical domestic violence.Read More
NASA Mars rover to study fluid-carved valley's origin Fluid-carved valley's origin Mars rover Opportunity has reached the main destination of its current two-year extended mission -- an ancient fluid-carved valley incised on the inner slope of a vast crater's rim.Read More
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says 'Baahubali' stands for no guts, no glory Superstar Shah Rukh Khan Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has always stressed on the importance of technology in taking Indian cinema to greater heights, says the success of a movie like "Baahubali" is an example of how there's no glory without guts.
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Diet drinks and soda may make you gain weight Diet drinks Looking to shed those extra kilos? If so, stop drinking that soda or other diet soft drinks that may cause people to pile on the pounds rather than lose weight.Read More
Rafael Nadal defeats Dominic Thiem to claim fifth Madrid Masters title Rafael Nadal Spanish No.1 Rafael Nadal claimed his fifth Mutua Madrid Open title with a 7-6 (10), 6-4 win over eighth seeded Dominic Thiem here.Read More
Ransomware emerges as most dangerous cyber threat yet Cyber Threat As the world struggles to tame the massive "WannaCrypt" attack, ransomware has emerged as the most dangerous cyber threat for both organizations and individuals in recent months, with global losses now likely running into hundreds of millions of dollars.Read More
Men who sleep early may have healthier, fitter sperm Men who sleep early For men wanting to become a father, going to bed before midnight may be key to healthier and fitter sperm.Read More
Israel urges US to transfer embassy to Jerusalem Benjamin Netanyahu Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday urged the US to move its embassy to Jerusalem, responding to an earlier statement by US State Secretary Rex Tillerson.
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A glass of beetroot juice could lower BP, heart attack risk Beetroot juice A glass of beetroot juice -- a source of dietary nitrate -- could dramatically lower as well as reduce heart attack risk.Read More