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LOS ANGELES, Jan 22:  Actress Priyanka Chopra extended her support for the Women’s March that was organised in Wasshinton DC, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America. The 34-year-old … More
TORONTO, Jan 22:  Men taking antiretroviral drugs to treat HIV infection may be at an increased ris More
TORONTO, Jan 22:  Scanning a premature infant’s brain shortly fter birth may help doctors bet More
LOS ANGELES, Jan 22:  Indian-origin American actor and comedian Aziz Ansari made his “Saturda More
WASHINGTON, Jan 22:  Vedic hymns and sacred prayers from holy Guru Granth Sahib echoed in the histo More
DUBAI, Jan 22: Dubai has new fire safety regulations following a series of skyscraper fires in recent years, but has offered few details about them. A spate of skyscraper fires in fast-growing Dubai have been fueled by paneling on the … More
WASHINGTON, Jan 22:  The Sahara – largest hot desert in the world – was a green and lush area covered in vegetation 5,000 to 11,000 years ago, with rainfall up to ten times more than it is today, according to … More
GENEVA, Jan 22:  Every time we eat a meal, an inflammatory response is trigerred in the body that activates the immune system, according to a new study which suggests that overweight people may lack this response causing them to develop … More
DAVOS, Jan 22:  Confident about India continuing to grow on the back of its consumption-driven economy, veteran banker and BRICS nation’s National Development Bank chief K V Kamath has said the world is going through very uncertain times but that … More
WASHINGTON, Jan 21:  US President Donald Trump will host British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, his first meeting with a foreign leader since taking office, and receive his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto on January 31, the White House … More
WASHINGTON, Jan 22:  Describing journalists as the most dishonest human beings on Earth, US President Donald Trump has said he has been “running a war” with the media and warned them of consequences for falsely reporting that less number of … More
WASHINGTON, Jan 22:  The United States has no choice but to get rid of ISIS and ‘radical Islamic terrorism’, the new US President Donald Trump has said. “We’ve been fighting these wars for longer than any wars we’ve ever fought. … More
LOS ANGELES, Jan 22:  A day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, women and men inlcuing Hollwyood stars took to the streets of Washington DC to show solidarity for women’s rights and … More
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