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Bank of England Cuts Key Rate By 1.5%

The Bank of England’ s monetary policy group has slashed the official bank rate paid on commercial bank reserves by 1.5% points to 3%.

Sensex Crosses 10K Level; Up 291.58 Pts

Sensex Above 10K Level; Up 291.58 PtsIndian equities are trading higher on the back of continued buying interest witnessed in a host of blue chip stocks.

The Sensex bounced back to 10,025.80 now, after registering a handsome gain of 291.58 points, while the broad-based Nifty has posted a gain of 100.85 points at 2993.50.

A sharp rise in infrastructure sector output has actuated some buying in today’s session. The improvement on the Asian stock markets and a positive mood in US index futures have also added to the rise in stock prices this afternoon.

Study: Highest Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death within 30 Days post Heart Attack

Study: Highest Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death within 30 Days post Heart AttackResearchers have found that the risk of sudden cardiac death is the highest in the period of 30 days after a heart attack. The study by researchers at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Minneapolis and Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., shows that this short period plays a crucial role in the long term survival and health of patients.

BR Loss Is A Big Tragedy For Bollywood: Big B

BR Loss Is A Big Tragedy For Bollywood: Big BA pall of gloom descended on the Hindi film industry on the demise of veteran filmmaker BR Chopra.

Ace Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan remembers legendary filmmaker BR Chopra and has appraised him as a Bollywood pillar.

According to Big B, BR Chopra’s death has been a personal loss for him. He considers it has a huge tragedy for the Hindi film industry.

Study: Eating Game Killed by Lead Bullets can Increase Blood Lead Levels

Study: Eating Game Killed by Lead Bullets can Increase Blood Lead LevelsA study carried out by the North Dakota Department of Health and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that people, who ate wild game or animals killed by bullets, had higher levels of lead in their blood.

Academy Film Archive to restore Ray’s classic

Academy Film Archive to restore Ray’s classicAfter Satyajit Ray was awarded a lifetime Oscar in 1992, the Academy Film Archives of the US Academy of Motion Pictures followed up the tribute to the legendary filmmaker by undertaking massive projects to restore his films – a total of 37, including documentaries and shorts.

Having already restored ‘Aparajito’ - which will be screened for the first time, since the restoration, at the 14th Kolkata Film Festival – the archives will restore Ray’s ‘Shatranj Ke Khiladi’ (The Chess Player) over the next year.  

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