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Valentine’s Day 2016: Safe Humorous Quotes, Best Quips on Romance, Dating, Love and Marriage

While the Valentine’s Day is not equally romantic for all, it is also an occasion to be at your best, if time demands despite your disinclination. Here are some quotes which are humorous and safe for use when you want to send to your chosen ones. If you are celebrating the Valentine’s Day alone or with someone special this Sunday, ...

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Who Killed Sheena Bora Murder case?

This is the prime time theme for debate by Arnab Goswami on Times Now Channel on Thursday when Mumbai was busy with Ganesh Utsav celebrations and certainly the revelations have rattled the entire viewership of the TV news program. One of the exclusive revelations made on the national channel was that incumbent Mumbai Police Commissioner Ahmad Javed was "friendly" with ...

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10 Celebrities Who are Best Friends in Real Life

Friendship is a coincidence. Much like love, it doesn’t see your class, community, sex or religion. It’s spontaneous and the foundation of any strong relationship. However, unlike others friendship doesn’t demand for a commitment. Best friends can go on for days, weeks or even months not talking to each other, but knowing that if anything happens they will be always ...

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Sonam Kapoor Turns 30, Sister Rhea Plans ‘Girls Only’ Bash in London

The Bollywood Fashionista Sonam Kapoor turns 30 today (June 9). She will be celebrating her birthday bash with her sister Rhea Kapoor and no other family members. Sonam will celebrate her birthday with her school friends who are already vacationing in Europe. The actress also have plans of visiting Florence, Italy, Amsterdam and Netherlands. According to an article published in ...

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How Facebook Knows Your Secrets Better Than Your Friends, if Not Spouse ?

Researchers from Cambridge University and Stanford University have come up with a new software that can reveal your personality better and clearly than your friends by analysing posts that you “like” on Facebook. The software based on mining Facebook “likes”, shows the computer model can predict a person’s personality better than close friends and family, the only exception being one’s ...

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Peshawar attack: How Pakistanis and Indians Found on Same Note?

Twitter, Facebook and other social media is bridging the gap between Indians and Pakistanis and more so when disasters like Peshawar attack shook the mothers of Army Public School students. Indians have been constantly posting Twitter messages condemning the Peshawar attack and showing solidarity in the hour of grief and the gesture has been acknowledged by Pakistanis who are “overwhelmed” ...

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Burnt Out Leads to Depression; Some Tips to Avoid it

  Overwork, or feeling burnt out is an indication closely linked to depression later in life, said researchers. In a study conducted by Psychology professor Irvin Schonfeld from City College of New York, it has been noticed that there is a strong association between burnout and depression. About 5,500 school teachers were studied in a survey to estimate the prevalence ...

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India Anxiety Over Nurses in Iraq Ends as Flight is Home Bound to Kochi, Hyderabad

Unlike the Vajpayee government that was caught with the Taliban hijack of Nepal-bound Indian flight and succumbed to their demands, the new Narendra Modi government caught unawares about the Iraq developments was able to free its 46 Indian nurses and send them home safely. The 46 nurses were held captive by the ISIS militants but were set free later after ...

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