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Ex-RAW chief Dulat talks Kandahar 'goof-up,' Vajpayee's regret on 2002 riots, and more in new book

Ex-RAW chief Dulat talks Kandahar 'goof-up,' Vajpayee's regret on 2002 riots, and more in new book The former Research and Analysis Wing chief AS Dulat has penned a book on Kashmir during the years when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister. From the IC-814 hijacking to Vajpayee's response

UPSC Results 2014 out today, check

UPSC Results 2014 out today, check The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will declare the results of its esteemed exams today. The exams are held to hand-pick IAS and IPS officers among others. A senior official said that the

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HIV vaccine regimen shows positive results in non-human primates


A new study has found that a vaccine regimen which works by first priming the immune system and then boosting it to increase the response has the potential to protect humans against human

Billy Joel marries pregnant girlfriend Alexis Roderick in surprise 4th of July ceremony


Pop legend Billy Joel married for the fourth time in a surprise ceremony Saturday at his annual 4th of July party, his spokeswoman announced. The 66-year-old Joel got hitched to his 33-year-old

England vs. Germany, FIFA Women's World Cup 2015 scores, result: Fara Williams seals third place


England's Fara Williams successfully converted a penalty in the 108th minute to help her team defeat Germany for the first time and secure third place for England in the 2015 Women's World Cup soccer

Delhi hospital successfully performs first split liver transplant in two adults


Delhi's Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals arranged a press conference today to reveal the successful completion of a cadaver split liver transplant wherein both the parts of the liver were given to two

Copa America 2015 Peru vs. Paraguay: Peru win 2-0 to finish third


Paolo Guerrero scored a superb goal to help Peru defeat Paraguay in the third place playoff clash on Friday. With the all-important goal, the Flamengo striker remained in the hunt for Copa America

Bigger isn't always better, in social media 'smaller is smarter'


You have to accept that bigger isn't always better as a new study says that "smaller is smarter" when it comes to powerful superspreaders of information within large social networks like Facebook...

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Weight-loss surgery benefits obese diabetics: Study


A new study done by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has said that diabetics suffering from obesity are likely to have better results over a three year period if they

Samsung, Oppo sued in China over pre-installed smartphone bloatware


The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission on Saturday announced that it has sued Samsung and Oppo for pre-installing apps on their smartphones. The commission studied 20 smartphones and

Seahorse's tail inspiring better robots


Seahorse's tail is offering the inspiration to scientists to develop better robots. Researchers in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University have found that a seahorse'

24-year-old clinically depressed woman granted right to die in Belgium


Doctors in Belgium have allowed medically depressed woman to end her own life. Even though the woman is not critically ill, she has qualified for euthanasia under Belgian law.

Poor sleep habits tied to low self-control


Poor sleep habits can lead to a negative effect on self-control, which presents risks to individuals' professional and personal lives, according to a new study.

New machine learning system detects emotions, suicidal behaviour from text, email


Israeli scientists are trying to develop a new machine learning technology, which can identify emotion in email and text messages, such as suicidal thoughts, irony and sarcasm.