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Tribeca Carbon Dioxide Levels 'Exploded' Last Year, Not Seen Since End Of Ice Age

Levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere “exploded” last year to reach a new record high not seen for thousands of years, scientists have announced.The last t...

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Tribeca Film Festival Shorts Lineup Includes Works By Danny Devito, Michael Rapaport& Matthew Modine

The 15thannual Tribeca Film Festival announced its slate of 72 selected short films, 45 of which are world premieres and 53 which are in competition.  The festival cho...

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Women's Day 2016: Top 5 Female Directors Who Made It Big In Bollywood

International Women's Day is observed March 8 every year to celebrate the achievements of women across the globe. This day is dedicated to all the female figures of the soc...

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Reese Witherspoon’s Oscar-Worthy Truth For Young Women

Don’t ask Reese Witherspoon who she’s wearing this Sunday on the Oscar’s Red Carpet. Witherspoon, who is a producer as well as an award-winning actress, w...

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US School Girls Develop App 'Pharm Alarm' To Help Alzheimer's, Dementia Patients

Six young school girls in the US are currently developing an app to help patients suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia, remember to take their medications.
The seve...

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Women Transform Societies - Melinda Gates

When Neelam Bhengra’s husband wakes up before she does, he makes the tea. It wasn’t always this way,Neelam told me when i met her last year in Jharkhand. Things...

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Decline In Tobacco Users In India: Healthy Sign But Smoke Signals Still Worrying

Smoking kills over one million people in India annually and is the fourth leading cause of non-communicable diseases (NCD) such as cancer and heart diseases When the Nation...

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Clean Energy Could Save Hundreds Of Billions In Health Costs Every Year

In Paris late last year, the countries of the world pledged to reduce emissions to keep global warming “well below a 2 degree Celsius” rise in global average te...

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Global Warming Prompts Farmers To Plant Fewer Crops

Rising global temperatures may have a far bigger impact on food production than previously thought according to a study of how farmers in Brazil have actually reacted to a ...

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A Melee Of March Film Festivals In London

A long overdue celebration of a distant noir scene so good Martin Scorsese ripped it off (with The Departed) but came nowhere near the ice cool original he was aping (Infer...

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Fun for fans but nowhere close to Perfect

Cast: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason ...

November 17 2017

Saregama India acquires the music of Nawazuddin Siddique starrer- ‘Monsoon Shootout’

16th November 2017: Saregama India has added another feather in its cap, by acquiring...

November 17 2017

The Cobrador’s Stare

Debt collectors are known to be aggressive and sometimes violent, but what happens wi...

November 17 2017