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Next-Gen Interactivity On DTH Service Unveiled By Airtel

Next-Gen Interactivity On DTH Service Unveiled By Airtel  With the aim to provide extraordinary experience to the customers of Airtel digital TV, its Direct To Home (DTH) TV service, Bharti Airtel gladly announced today that it has entered into an innovation and technology partnership with Infosys Technologies Limited (Infosys). Bharti Airtel is considered to be the India’s greatest integrated telecom services provider.

Mumbai Champs Defeated By Bengal Tigers

Mumbai Champs Defeated By Bengal Tigers A moment of glory flew in the air for Royal Bengal Tigers, when in the Indian Cricket League match held at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday; they defeated Mumbai Champs with 12 runs.

Skipper Craig McMillan from Bengal Tiger, won the toss and the team opted to bat first. Following this they had a great start as Hamish Marshall and Deep Dasgupta shared an 84-run partnership in 9.5 overs.

One soldier killed in clash with Muslim rebels in Philippines

One soldier killed in clash with Muslim rebels in Philippines Cotabato City, Philippines- One soldier was killed Tuesday in a clash with Muslim rebels in the southern Philippines, a regional military spokesman said.

Major Randolph Cabangbang said the firefight between government troops and Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) rebels erupted in Mamasapano town in Maguindanao province, 960 kilometres south of Manila.

"The fighting is ongoing," he said. "We have one killed in action, but we withheld his identity pending notification of his relatives."

Studying disease proteins’ interaction may lead to effective therapies

Washington, October 21: A leading European scientist has revealed that his new research has provided significant insights into how proteins in human cells interact and “talk” to one another, and thereby led to a better understanding of how medications work.

Giulio Superti-Furga, a professor at the Centre for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, hopes that such insights may result in more effective therapies.

"Most of the time the mechanism of action of drugs is ill understood and we often do not even know the primary target of the drugs we swallow daily. We do not know how these drugs work at the molecular level, and side effects can have serious consequences," he said.

Ignoring a naughty child is the ‘best disciplinary tactic’

London, Oct 21: Eight out of ten parents think that the best disciplinary technique for badly behaved toddlers is not to smack but to ignore them, according to a new report.

The report, published by the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships at the University of Edinburgh, suggests that raising the voice or shouting is the next most effective action.

The report is an analysis of data from the Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) study and comes weeks after MPs voted against enforcing a UK-wide smacking ban.

The GUS study, commissioned by the Scottish Government, surveyed parents of 8,000 children about issues affecting their parenting style.

Denis Leary Derides Autism, Parents in New Book

Denis Leary Derides Autism, Parents in New BookHollywood comic actor Denis Leary has stirred up quite a storm with his latest book, “Why We Suck: a Feel-Good Guide to Staying Fat, Loud, Lazy and Stupid.” The book has even raised the hackles of his Hollywood colleagues, for a passage in his new book where he says the reason autism is on the rise in the U.S. is because there are “inattentive mothers and competitive dads” out there and autism diagnoses "help explain away the deficiencies of (parents') junior morons."

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