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New drug to treat Alzheimer's disease set to be announced

Zee Media Bureau Ne New Delhi: The most promising data on drug that will help in treating the Alzheimer's disease is set to be revealed today. According to BBC, this new drug could become the first medication to slow the pace of brain decline. ..., 1 week ago

Michel Platini to stand for FIFA presidency?

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: FIFA leader Sepp Blatter held talks with his vice presidents late Sunday ahead of a meeting to set a date for an election of a new supremo of the scandal-tainted world football body. The group discussed the date, but ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago

Ferrari boss criticizes Red Bull for threatening to quit F1

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Ferrari on Saturday criticized Red Bull for threatening to pull out of Formula One, according to a report
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Pakistan on Pataudi bahu Kareena Kapoor Khan's mind?

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Salman Khan is seen crossing the borders to Pakistan to drop a little girl torn away from her family. The trailer is creating massive buzz on social media and Salman's fans across borders are going gaga over the new ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Former England all-rounder Chris Lewis released from prison

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Former England all-rounder Chris Lewis was on Tuesday released from prison after serving less than half of the 13-year sentence. The ex-cricketer was sentenced to prison in 2009 for cocaine smuggling. According to ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Russia and Qatar may have bought votes, claims Sepp Blatter's former aide

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Russia and Qatar may have paid bribes to win their World bids claimed the former advisor of Sepp Blatter on Monday. During Blatter's second term as FIFA president, Guido Tognoni worked extremely closely with him. In ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Journalists, filmmakers can't visit jail for reports, documentaries: Centre

The December 16 gangrape case, which was based on interviews conducted in Delhi's Tihar jail, had led to a controversy in March 2015. The Centre on Friday barred entry of journalists, NGOs and filmmakers — whether Indians or foreigners — into ...
 Indian Express6 days ago

MHA sets norms for film shooting in jails

In the aftermath of imposition of a ban on BBC's documentary on Nirbhaya gang-rape titled India's Daughter, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued new guidelines for visitors entering prisons for shooting documentaries or conducting research for ...
 New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago

Has this Indian man really killed 30 children?

Police in the Indian capital Delhi are investigating whether a man recently arrested for the murder of a six-year-old girl is a serial child killer who may be involved in 30 such crimes. His family, however, alleges he is being framed, writes the ...
 BBC1 week ago

Perils of being an Indian journalist

The perils of being an Indian journalist By Zubair Ahmed BBC Hindi, Uttar Pradesh 26 June 2015 From the section India Shahjahanpur may be a small town by Indian standards, but it boasts of no fewer than 150 journalists A small group of ...
 BBC1 month ago
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