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US eyes around 2 Million visitors from India in 2018

New Delhi, Sep 17:- The US is aiming to attract around two million visitors from India in 2018 as it undertakes a number of initiatives to promote the country as a preferred destination, a senior official of Brand USA said. Last year, it witnessed 1.17 million arrivals from India who spent USD 13.6 billion there,

UP: Son smashes Mother’s eyes mercilessly

Uttar Pradesh: Son smashes Mother eyes mercilessly. A boy smashed his mother’s eyes in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh due to mutual fighting. Police reached the spot after being informed by neighbors and admitted the injured mother to the hospital. The police arrested the accused son and took him to the police station.According to the information, the

3-YO Girl From Hyderabad Cries With Tears Of Blood

A three-year-old girl from Hyderabad has left her parents terrified and doctors perplexed with a mysterious condition that causes her to cry tears of blood. Ahana Afzal, had started bleeding from her nose 16 months ago. The doctors then said that she just has high fever. But now, the girl bleeds from her mouth, ears,

These organs of women say a lot …

It is often said in our country that it is difficult to understand women. But looking a woman, can also tell a lot about her nature. It is said that the organs of the women automatically tell about their nature. Let us see which parts of women describe about the kind of their nature.Eyes Big-eyed

Eyes can reveal onset of Alzheimer’s disease

New York: In a breakthrough research, US scientists have identified that early signs of Alzheimer’s disease can be detected by looking at the back of patients’ eyes. The researchers found that the retina tissue shows evidence of toxic tau and inflammation — crucial for the onset of the neurodegenerative disease. “Using the retina for detecting

With dreams in their eyes, Kashmiri students head to Jammu

Jammu: 17-year-old Suraya Gulzar, a resident of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district, wants to join civil services while Khursheed (name changed) from Pulwama dreams of becoming a cardiologist. “But how will we compete in the world if we cannot study,” says Khursheed, a Class XII student who like several other children from Kashmir had no option

Ashwin eyes top spot in Test bowlers’s rankings in NZ series

Kanpur: India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will work towards regaining the No.1 spot in the Test bowlers rankings in the three-match series against New Zealand. The first match, India’s 500th Test, will begin here on Thursday. Third-ranked Ashwin, who held the top spot for a fortnight at the end of 2015 and again for a week

Zika virus may live in eyes, spread through tears

Washington: Eyes may be a reservoir for Zikavirus, say scientists, including one of Indian origin, who found evidence of the virus in eyes and tears of infected mice, a discovery that raises the possibility that the infection may spread through tears. Zika virus causes mild disease in most adults but can cause brain damage and

UT tennis champion eyes big for future

The recently concluded Union Territory Tennis Open saw a new champion who ended the dominance of Aarushi Kakkar on court. Just sixteen, Himanshika has given high hopes to tennis enthusiasts in city. “I started playing tennis six years ago and at that time it was just for fun” said current UT champion. Before that she

All eyes on shuttler Srikanth after Sindhu’s inspiring win

Rio de Janeiro:  Kidambi Srikanth, the centreof attention in the Rio Olympics today, can take heart from Hyderabad city mate P V Sindhu for his men’s singles quarterfinal clash against Chinese badminton icon Lin Dan here. Sindhu’s stunning straight-game victory over formidable Chinese shuttler Wang Yihan on day 11 yesterday to reach the semis is

All eyes on Saina as Indian shuttlers begin Olympic campaign

Rio de Janeiro: Four years after a bronze at London Games made her the toast of the nation, Saina Nehwal will once again carry a billion hopes when she along with the other six shuttlers, including doubles exponent Jwala Gutta, begin their campaign at the Rio Olympics here tomorrow. Saina had started her Olympic journey

All eyes on Amir as Pakistan return to Lord’s

London: Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir will hope to put the 2010 spot-fixing scandal behind him once and for all when he returns to the scene of the crime in Thursday’s first Test against England at Lord’s. Six years ago, during a Lord’s Test against England, Amir and Pakistan new-ball partner Mohammad Asif deliberately bowled no-balls on

Will take Anurag Kashyap’s films with eyes shut: Surveen

New Delhi: Actress Surveen Chawla says she would be ready to blindly take on any new project by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, under whose direction she worked in the 2013 film “Ugly”. “He will always be one of my most favourite directors to work with…So anytime an opportunity to work with Anurag will be taken with

Pandey eyes permanent place in Team India

Harare: Despite not being a regular in the playing XI, Manish Pandey has impressed in the limited opportunities and now the promising middle-order bat hopes to cement his place with some good knocks during the Zimbabwe tour. The Karnataka batsman, who made his international debut during the last tour of the African country in 2015,

Brar eyes ‘mahagathbandhan’ with AAP or BSP

Jalandhar: Former Congress leader Jagmeet Singh Brar on Sunday said that he was all set to constitute a ‘mahagathbandhan’ with leaders of the AAP or BSP ahead of the ensuing Assembly elections in the state. The former Congress MP was seen singing paeans of both parties and did not rule out the possibility of joining