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Mike Wallace CBS ‘60 Minutes’ fame is dead. He was a workaholic and though retired 6 years ago he continued to work till just four years ago Mike Wallace, the indefatigable journalist who has been credited with pioneering investigative journalism not just in the US but across the world is no more. He was 93. […]

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Kim Kardashian is showing off Kanye West love bite on her neck. The blonde seems to be showing it off in order to give further boost to rumors about their affair that seems to have begun just around two weeks ago. The two have been spending time together and the whole affair seems to have […]

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By Uma Ramasubramaniam Mumbai, (IANS) Hollywood-made 3D films do roaring business, and now Hindi films too have taken the plunge. Though there are not too many success stories yet, Bollywood has lined up a slew of releases in the format. “Dangerous Ishhq”, “Joker”, “ABCD”, “Raaz 3″ and “Sher Khan” are among those being made with […]

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Hollywood actress Amanda Bynes was arrested on suspicion of DUI. She spent several hours in jail. Meanwhile her mug shot was released by TMZ On Friday morning, the almost forgotten actress Amanda Bynes was incarcerated on charges of DUI. The 26 year actress who seems to be out of work in Hollywood for quite sometimes […]

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Washington, (IANS) An Indian American professor, Dr. Mohammad Jahangeer Warsi, has been selected as a 2011-2012 recipient of the James E. McLeod Faculty Recognition Award by the students of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Previously called the Faculty Awards, this year the ArtSci Council decided to rename the event in honour of one of […]

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Google project glass or Google Goggles are no April Fool’s jokes. Here Abdul Vahid V talks about its expected features Google’s much awaited video glasses are apparently under development. For a long time, we have been listening rumors about Google’s plans to launch special video glasses merging all features of a smartphone. Recently, guys at […]

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By S Ahmad (NVONews.Com) Patna: Bihar chief minister has announced that land would be provided for a BHU centre in Bihar if such proposal comes in. This action is being seen as an outcome of the pressure being exerted by the right wing Hindu organization on Nitish Kumar. The Regional Campus of Aligarh Muslim University […]

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By Jim Miles The Balfour Declaration – The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Jonathan Schneer Anchor Canada (Random House), Toronto, 2012. This is the best that academic political history gets. More than simply the dates and the ‘facts’, Jonathan Schneer is able to give some personality to the characters involved, including the all too human […]

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By Ram Puniyani Life is full of paradoxes, and not all of them are intriguing. Some of them give a pleasant cozy feeling too. Recently (25 March, 2012) people saw the Pakistan’ Deputy Attorney General, Muhammad Khurshid Khan, Polishing the shoes of devotees in Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Delhi. This work is part of Seva (service) […]

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April Fools day is finally around and everyone seems to be in search of one prank or the other. People irrespective of religion or age try to come with one prank or the other and try to befool others. Even big corporations, newspapers and magazines come up with harmless pranks that may enlighten people’s lives. […]

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April Fools pranks come into focus as the world once again observes it. But origin of April Fools’ day is still a mystery. April Fools’ Day is here and again everyone seems up to one prank or the other. The day is awaited several weeks prior to its arrival and many people literally practice as […]

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By Sourabh Gupta New Delhi, (IANS) The Nobel prize-awarding institutions, known for their secrecy, are making public the process of nomination and selection of this year’s laureates. Details such as the number of nominations received and how the laureates will be chosen over the coming months for prizes in physics, medicine, chemistry, literature, peace and […]

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By Madhusree Chatterjee New Delhi, The subcontinent can become a paradise in the region by retaining cultural, social and political identities of countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, says former Pakistani Army officer, journalist, writer and commentator Abdul Rahman Siddiqi, an old “Dilliwallah” from Ballimaran in Chandni Chowk. “I advise: don’t touch Pakistan, Bangladesh and […]

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It seems bizarre. But Alicia Silverstone has been feeding her baby boy by her mouth. The video has gone viral You may not believe it if you just heard about it. But this is true and a video has been posted by none other Alicia Silverstone feeding her baby from her mouth. Many would say […]

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