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Shahid Afridi to front drug prevention campaign in Pakistan

Thursday 28 February '13

Over the next three months, local-language drug prevention messages will be placed on billboards.
Bedtime bickering takes away 10 nights of peaceful sleep a year

Thursday 28 February '13

Experts say ignoring the problem may result in regular bursts of poor quality of sleep.
7 Indian restaurants named among Asia's top 50

Thursday 28 February '13

The panel is made up of food critics, chefs, restaurateurs and culinary experts.
Adidas launches 'revolutionary' bouncy shoe powered by energy capsules in India

Wednesday 27 February '13

Adidas Innovation Team showed that the highly durable material found only in Energy Boost products.
After Chennai Test win, MS Dhoni says he never thought he would play for India

Tuesday 26 February '13

He said he had never expected to achieve such a landmark as he never thought he would play for India.
'We will have screens not just in hands, but all around us in future,' says Android designer

Tuesday 26 February '13

Duarte identified gesturing and 'tangibility' as the next major developments in mobile technology.
Smartphone launched from India to see if screams can be heard in space

Tuesday 26 February '13

The test will monitor the durability of standard commercial components in space.
David Beckham's PSG 'giving pay to charity' move probed by French taxmen

Monday 25 February '13

The former England star is also facing accusations that the move is a cynical attempt for tax avoidance.
Tips to erase vengeful ex from your digital life

Monday 25 February '13

Many people take digital revenge by posting fake messages on the ex's social media.
How sweat protects people from dangerous bugs

Saturday 23 February '13

Antibiotic called dermcidin, produced by our skin is an efficient tool to fight tuberculosis germs.
Britain's top cardinal says priests should be allowed to marry if they wish

Saturday 23 February '13

Issues like abortion and euthanasia can never be accepted by the Church, said O'Brien.
Former Oz swim coach pleads guilty to child sexual abuse

Saturday 23 February '13

Rick Curl had reportedly initiated sexual contact in 1983 with one of his swimmers Kelley Currin.
Cockroaches could help build better robots in future

Saturday 23 February '13

It might imply that the biological brain in cockroaches adjusts the gait only at whole-step intervals.
Black hole simulations explore limits of spacetime

Saturday 23 February '13

A black hole can release more energy than all the stars in a galaxy combined.
World’s smallest space telescope to be launched from Sriharikota in India

Saturday 23 February '13

The satellite was designed and assembled at the Space Flight Laboratory of UTIAS.
Gary Kirsten says Proteas won’t slack off in 'dead rubber' in last Test against Pakistan

Thursday 21 February '13

According to Kirsten, the Proteas were wary of Pakistan, despite being 2-0 in the series.
Having an affair 'better for weight loss than going on a diet'

Thursday 21 February '13

Both physical and behavioural factors may lead to weight loss as the result of an affair.
Mark Waugh says time at crease key for 'inexperienced' Oz batsmen

Wednesday 20 February '13

Waugh said Australia has a very inexperienced batting line-up in the Indian conditions.
Mickey Arthur says Indian spinners under pressure following England failure

Wednesday 20 February '13

Australia-India series have a recent history of on and off-field tensions.
Man U winger Nani says Fergie focused on winning FA Cup

Wednesday 20 February '13

Nani said boss Sir Alex Ferguson has warned his players not to consider the FA Cup as a low priority.

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