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Don’t Censor But Certify: Aamir Khan’s reminder to CBFC

Aamir Khan Censor board. Don’t Censor But Certify: Aamir Khan’s reminder to CBFC. For the cut in Bollywood films to the casting of movies and bans on movie censor board has remained in headlines. Such a superstar, Aamir Khan, who has clinched ‘Mr. Perfect’ title for his perfect acting in Bollywood, has raised questions about

Aus cuts stay of 457 visa holders, Indians to be impacted

Melbourne: Australia has announced changes tothe 457 visa for skilled foreign workers to limit their ability to look for another job after their official employment ends, a move that will impact Indians working in the country. Foreign workers on a 457 visa will only now be able to stay in Australia for 60 days after

Pokemon Go boost limited as Nintendo cuts profit forecast

Tokyo: Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. has slashed its operating profit and sales forecasts for this fiscal year, despite the global success of “Pokemon Go.” The maker of Super Mario games and the Wii U console said Wednesday that it booked a 62.7 billion yen (USD 601.7 million) gain in April-September from its sale

Airtel cuts 4G price by up to 80% to check R Jio effect

New Delhi: In a move to counter Reliance Jio,telecom major Bharti Airtel has slashed 4G and 3G mobile internet charges by up to 80 per cent to as low as Rs 51 per gigabyte (GB) under a special scheme. To avail this benefit, Airtel customers will have to recharge with Rs 1,498 against which they

HIV therapy cuts mother-to-child transmission during breastfeeding

New York: For mothers who are infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) but their immune system is in good health, taking a three-drug antiretroviral regimen during breastfeeding period can essentially eliminate HIV transmission by breast milk to their infants, finds a study. The findings showed that both three-drug maternal antiretroviral therapy and daily infant nevirapine


Immunotherapy cuts heart disease risk in arthritis patients

London: Immunotherapy has the potential to reduce the risk of heart disease in patients suffering with rheumatoid arthritis, finds a study. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which cytokines such as tumour necrosis factor-alpha (TNFI) and interfero-gamma (IFN), which normally protect the body, attack healthy cells The findings showed that the combination of two

Smoking weed and tobacco in joints cuts motivation to quit

New York: People who smoke tobacco along with cannabis, such as in joints, not only do so to save money but also to increase the efficiency of inhalation. A study says that this mixing can reduce the motivation to quit the drug and increases the risk of dependency. While one billion people use tobacco, cannabis

FM cuts short China visit

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley hascut short his visit to China by a day and returned here in the wake of attacks on him and top officials of his ministry by BJP MP Subramanian Swamy. Jaitley, who began a five-day visit to China on June 24 primarily to attend the first meeting of the

Good fitness in midlife cuts risk of stroke in old age

New York: The fitter you are in your midlife, the lesser the chance of you suffering a stroke in old age, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher, which reinforces the benefits of being physically fit throughout life. The findings showed that those with the highest level of fitness have a 37 per cent

‘A Scandall’ makers have no issues with cuts by Censor Board

Mumbai: Actor Johny Baweja says the team ofhis upcoming erotic-murder mystery “A Scandall” has no issues with the cuts suggested by Censor Board in the film. Johny, who is the cousin of actor Harman Baweja, makes his Bollywood debut along with actress Reeth Mazumdar in the bold film. “We already got an ‘A’ certificate, which

Regular power cuts give city residents a tough time

Ludhiana: Tall claims of state government of being surplus power supply fall flat at ground level. As power consumers are getting infuriated due to erratic power supply regularly. Residents claimed that regular power cuts which were held without any intimation to the power consumers causing problems. However, many of the residents raised the issue of