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Monthly Archives: December, 2018

High Cholesterol Linked With Christmas Meal: Study

While we all love to binge on rich, palatable Christmas meals, its consumption in large quantities may boost cholesterol levels, researchers have warned. The study showed that right after...

As U.S. Shutdown Continues, Trump Continues Wall Campaign

U.S. President Donald Trump continued Saturday to stress the need for his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall as a partial government shutdown, triggered by a...

Public Safety Threatened As Stray Cattle Takes To The Street in Agra

Bulls and cows are a growing nuisance and pose a threat to public safety in several districts of Agra. From bulls going on the rampage and attacking humans,...

Feed The Hungry Mouths and Raise Yourself

By Salil Gewali Charity begins at home. But when that charity stands up and steps out of the threshold of a home, it definitely brings...

Things You Need To Know Before Buying a Chair

Introduction: Buying furniture can be a tough task given the variety of furniture available, and all of them are loaded with different features. It...

New e-commerce Norms to Impact e-tailers: Flipkart

The policy changes the government announced on Wednesday for the e-commerce sector would have long term implications, said leading e-tailer Flipkart on Friday. "The government...

Donald Trump Presses Democrats on Border Wall Funding Ahead of Senate Meeting

As the US Senate is set to reconvene on Thursday, President Donald Trump continued to blame Democrats for the budget impasse and again criticised...

Narendra Modi Lashes Out at Karnataka Government Over Farm Loan Waiver

Ridiculing the Karnataka government scheme to waive farm loans, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said it benefited a handful of farmers and the...

Instagram Restores Scrolling Feature After Users Slam Latest Update

Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform Instagram has come under fire after it introduced a major upgrade, a scrolling feature, only to roll it back within an...

Insinia Security Hacks Celebrity Twitter Accounts in a Bid to Highlight Security Flaws

In a bid to highlight security flaws in Twitter, Britain-based Insinia Security temporarily hijacked several celebrity and journalist accounts active on the micro-blogging site. According...

Richa Chadha-Starrer ‘Cabaret’ to Premiere in January 2019

Actress Richa Chadha's delayed film "Cabaret" will finally premiere on January 9 next year on a digital platform. "The movie (Cabaret) celebrates dance and love...

Social Networking Giant Facebook Has Multi-Year Plans to Overhaul its Systems: Mark Zuckerberg

Saying goodbye to one of his toughest years filled with several controversies, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he is "proud" of the progress in...

Samsung Galaxy M Series Phones to Sport Infinity V Display

Samsung Galaxy M series smartphones, set to make their global debut in India in January 2019, will sport a 6.4-inch Infinity V display and...

Revive Bill Helping Native American Women: Alaska Senator

 Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she plans to reintroduce a bill intended to help solve crimes against Native Americans. The bill received unanimous Senate...

President Ram Nath Kovind Urges To Achieve The Perfect Balance For Public Health

President R.N. Kovind on Friday urged the need to achieve a perfect triangle of "quality, cost and access," saying it was critical to get all three...

‘Daughter’s Pride Festival’: Celebrating India’s Daughters

 There is a sense of excitement in India's Patuka village — adults and children look curiously as signs with the names of daughters are...

Children With Pets During Infancy Less Likely To Develop Allergies: Study

Children who live with pets when they are infants are less likely to develop allergies and other diseases later in childhood, a Swedish study found. The study sought to...

If Violence Persists, Ebola Progress in Congo Will Be Lost: WHO

Progress in fighting Democratic Republic of the Congo's Ebola outbreak, the second worst ever, will be reversed if fighting continues around the disease hot...

International Immigrants May be Healthier Than Native: Study

International migrants who relocate to high-income countries to work, study or join family members are less likely to die prematurely than people born in...

After An Year of Ups And Downs, Zuckerberg Sees Progress With Facebook

 Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said Friday that the world's biggest social network has "fundamentally" changed to focus on securing its systems against manipulation and...

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Here’s How an Online Training Helped me Land my Dream Job

About the Author: Apurva Bhalerao is a postgraduate in Mechatronics. She joined Internshala Trainings for Internet of Things training. She shares how an online...

Internships for Students With Good People Skills

College students, especially the first and second year ones, often hesitate to apply to internships for the reason that they don’t have any job-specific...

73% Females in Rajasthan Facing Issues in Procuring Sanitary Napkins During Lockdown

Seven of every 10 adolescent females, nearly 73 per cent, in Rajasthan say they have had a problem procuring sanitary pads during lockdown in...

I Believe Dance is like Talking Without Speaking: Govinda

Actor Govinda sees dancing more like talking, sans words. "I believe that dance is more like talking without having to actually speak or use words....