| 2012 | January

  • Human Rights Watch says Sri Lanka massacre of aid workers going unpunished

    New York, Aug.3 (ANI): The Sri Lankan Government’s failure to hold accountable those responsible for the execution-style slaying of 17 aid workers six years ago is indicative of its deeper unwillingness to prosecute soldiers and police for atrocities, Human Rights Watch said today. Despite compelling evidence of participation by state security forces in the killings,…

    Read More
  • Gilani gave aide Rs.6m for ‘medical check-up’ in UK

    Islamabad, Aug 3 (ANI): Former Pakistan prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani reportedly granted 40,000 pounds (Rs.6 million) to his principal secretary Kushnood Akhtar Lashari for a ‘medical check-up’ in the United Kingdom, without the recommendation of a medical board. According to The Express Tribune, the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) wants Lashari for investigations in the ephedrine…

    Read More
  • Bizarre tape fever setting in at London Olympic 2012

    London, August 3 (ANI): Athletic tape made in every colour under the sun seems to be the latest must-have sports injury treatment at London Olympics 2012. Called Kinesio tape and developed by a Japanese doctor more than 30 years ago, the adhesive strapping is designed to provide muscle and joint support without restricting movement. According…

    Read More
  • Shruti Hassan’s second Bollywood innings begins

    Mumbai, Aug 2 (): Actor Shruti Hassan began her acting career with the Bollywood movie Luck in 2009. The actress has now started her second Bollywood flick in three years, on August 1. Shruti Hassan has been signed in to play the lead role for Prabhu Deva’s next, which is a musical love story. It…

    Read More
  • Jism 2 posters pulled down in Mumbai

    Mumbai, Aug 2 (): The upcoming hot film Jism 2 that releases on August 3 and stars Canadian porn star Sunny Leone, Arunoday Singh and Randeep Hooda appears to have become too hot to handle for the BMC, the city’s municipal corporation. Mumbai’s civic authorities considered the hot posters of the film “too hot to…

    Read More
  • Fumes from vehicles to treat heart disease

    London, August 2 (ANI): Scientists are using traces of exhaust fumes from vehicles as a new tool to treat heart disease. They believe carbon monoxide and nitric oxide could save cardiac and stroke patients as tiny amounts of the toxins make arteries wider and stop blood from clotting. A St Andrews university team is making…

    Read More
  • Maruti Suzuki Japs seek Vaastu consultant to solve Manesar problem

    Bangalore, Aug 1 () : In a yet another Hindutuva connect (earlier being Modi), Japanese car maker Maruti Suzuki has sought the help of a vedic astrologer from Bangalore (BJP-ruled State), Deivajna K N Somayaji. To those unaware of Vastu Shastra, Wikipedia defines it as Vastu shastra, also vastu veda and vastuvidya, “science of construction”,…

    Read More
  • Madurai KK hospital doctor held for raping school girl

    Madurai, Aug 1 (): Dr Sankaranarayanan of KK hospital in Madurai was arrested on charges of raping a 16-year-old school girl who was taking treatment from him for the past several days. The girl in her complaint admitted that the doctor had sexually assaulted her on Monday when she visited him in his private hospital….

    Read More
  • Dhoni tops Forbes highest earning cricketers list

    New Delhi, Aug 1 (): Mahendra Singh Dhoni surpassed all other cricketers in the world, topping the list of the world’s highest earning cricketers compiled by Forbes magazine. Dhoni is followed by Sachin Tendulkar and six Indians made it to the top-10. Tendulkar stands second at $18.6 million, out of which $16.5 million comes from…

    Read More

Exclusive Stories