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DNA: Mobile phone addiction takes on a new level; spreads like a disease - PartII

Older people too are getting addicted to mobile phones theses days. Watch complete new story of DNA to get detailed updates.

DNA: Mobile phone addiction takes on a new level; spreads like a disease

Excessive use of mobile phones is emerging as a new disease in world where people can no longer resist themselves of using mobile phones. Watch complete new story of DNA to get detailed updates.

Maharashtra govt adheres to PETA's appeal, bans 'manja'

Maharashtra govt adheres to PETA's appeal, bans 'manja'

Adhering to PETA's appeal the Maharashtra government has issued a circular banning the sale and use of sharp kite strings called 'manja' which injure and kill birds as well as people.

Use social media judiciously: Nandita Das

Use social media judiciously: Nandita Das

Actress, director and social activist Nandita Das says social media is a great emerging platform that must be used judiciously instead of indulging in advocacy.

BSE shareholders approve merger with United Stock Exchange

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today said majority of its equity shareholders approved its proposed merger with United Stock Exchange of India Ltd (USE).

Leading women football players sue over World Cup synthetic pitches row

Leading women football players sue over World Cup synthetic pitches row

Several leading women football players have filed a lawsuit claiming sex discrimination over the decision to use synthetic pitches at the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada.

BSE gets SEBI, CCI go-ahead for USE takeover

Markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and the fair trade watchdog Competition Commission (CCI) have approved the merger of United Stock Exchange of India with the BSE, making it the first merger of two exchanges in the country, the premier bourse said Monday.

Currency derivatives turnover on bourses drops 23% in FY14

MCX-SX recorded a currency derivative turnover of Rs 24.22 lakh crore in 2013-14 as against Rs 33 lakh crore in the preceding financial year.

Currency derivative turnover rises 25% in first half of FY'14

The currency derivative turnover on the country's three bourses rose 25 percent to about Rs 48.50 lakh crore in the first six months of 2013-14.

Currency derivatives turnover dip 42% as Sebi tightens norms

The three bourses -- NSE, MCX-SX and USE -- together had recorded a turnover of Rs 12.80 lakh crore in June 2013, as per the latest data compiled by market regulator Sebi.

PETN mixed with nitrate used in blast: MHA

Preliminary investigations in the
Delhi High Court bomb blast have indicated that "nitrate-based
explosive" laced with PETN, another deadly explosive, was

MPs want to use beacons across the country

Several members of Parliament,
cutting across party lines, on Friday sought permission for use of
beacons atop their vehicles.

Fatwa allows fasting men to use nicotine patches

A special fatwa issued by a
religious body here has permitted smokers to use of nicotine
patches during the month of Ramadan to deal with withdrawal
symptoms, saying it does not violate the observance of

Don’t to use religion as a tool: Farooq Abdullah

Union Minister Farooq Abdullah
on Saturday lamented that religion was being used by politicians to
further their electoral interests and hoped that in future
such issues would not be raked up by political parties.

Use political platform to indulge in politics: Soni to Ramdev

Baba Ramdev should use a political
platform if he wants to indulge in politics, Information and
Broadcasting Minister Ambika Soni said here on Thursday.

Maoists using children/women as shields: CRPF ADG

Maoists are using
innocent children and women as shields to escape during
encounters with security forces, a senior CRPF official said
on Wednesday.

Peking Man used weapons in China 700,000 yrs ago

A new research has found that Peking Man, who is 700,000 years old, was smarter than thought.

Centre increases limit on forest land use in Maoist-hit districts

State governments can now set up public interest projects on upto five hectares of forest land in Maoist-affected districts without seeking permission from Centre instead of two hectare earlier.

Pawar used Balwa`s plane, alleges Maha Oppn leader

Leader of the Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly Eknath Khadse on Thursday alleged that Union Minister Sharad Pawar had travelled on a plane owned by a company of Shahid Balwa, under arrest in the 2G spectrum allocation scam,.

Mobile phones don`t up brain cancer risk

Mobile phone use doesn`t seem to increase risk of developing brain cancers by any significant amount.