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Dushyant Chautala , the rising force among Haryana's Jats
Deputy Chief Minister-designate Dushyant Chautala is the great grandson of former Deputy Prime Minister and the tallest Jat leader, late Devi Lal, whose INLD has been politically marginalised in the just-concluded Assembly polls in Haryana.
Spending hours on an iPad? It could be the reason why you're addicted to coffee
Teens spending more time using gadgets are more likely to bin...
Synagogue shooting suspect believed to have acted alone: San Diego sheriff
Police say the gunman walked into the suburban San Diego synagogue...
Sushma Swaraj intervenes, 17-yr-old girl's US dream to become reality
Bhanupriya Haritwal, who was given a Rs 1 crore scholarship by the Rajasthan government, will now pursue computer science from the California State University.
Limiting children's choice of toys can fuel stereotypes
New York, Dec 4 (IANS) While buying toys, parents and grandparents should consider the child's interests, not their gender because limiting choice of toys according to gender can fuel stereotypes, suggests new research.
Kashmiri-origin Neel Kashkari, hero of bank bailout, to run for California guv's post
Kashkari, who was born in Akron, Ohio, and lives in Laguna Beach, California, announced his intention to run in a speech at California State University, Sacramento.
Wearing a suit can change the way your brain works
Rutchick and his co-authors found that wearing clothing that's more formal than usual encourages people to use abstract processing more readily than concrete processing.
Indian American Suja Lowenthal announces bid to run for mayor in Long Beach
Chennai-born Indian American Suja Lowenthal has announced her bid to run for Mayor of Long Beach, which is the second largest city in Los Angeles County of California in US.
Facebooking has pros and cons for teens: Study
Social networking sites pose both risks and benefits to children as their studies get affected but at the same time the introverts learn how to socialise, says a study.
Rich are getting richer at rates seen in pre-independence India
Interestingly, in the three decades since India liberalised, the wealthy have got wealthier at a faster rate.
Highly qualified, political families' scions make their presence felt in Haryana LS polls
Many of them are contesting for for the first time, covering miles of dusty roads every day to woo voters. The most of them belong to known political families of the state.
From Bakersfield to DC, McCarthy's unlikely rise in GOP
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) — People watching Rep. Kevin McCarthy's political rise often marvel at how he got here. He's the not-so-serious guy who used to bop around town selling sandwiches and cars before dipping into politics. He was considered likable and fun, but hardly Bakersfield's star pupil.
Do you have an itch to check Facebook all the time? It could be due to a brain imbalance
An increasing number of people tend to use Facebook while driving, or even during a meeting.
Here's why pandas became black and white
A study has found that most of the panda - its face, neck, belly, rump - is white to help it hide in snowy habitats. The arms and legs are black, helping it to hide in shade. This dual colouration stems from its poor diet of bamboo & inability to digest a broader variety of plants.
Prof S Mohanty appointed VC of Central University of Orissa
Distinguished educationist Prof Sachidananda Mohanty has been appointed as the new Vice Chancellor of the Central University of Orissa at Koraput.
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