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Why Everybody Needs A Broken Heart: Part I

While getting your heart broken might seem like it’s a bad thing, it’s not – it makes you more real, more human The post Why Everybody Needs A Broken Heart: Part I appeared first on Firstpost . First, 16 hours ago
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Mourinho won't let emotion cloud Rooney decision

Jose Mourinho won't let his heart rule his head as the Manchester United manager ponders handing Wayne Rooney a start in the League Cup Final against Southampton on Sunday. Rooney, 31, announced on Thursday that he will remain at Old Trafford for the rest of ...
 Business Standard12 hours ago Mourinho wont let emotion cloud Rooney decision  Asia Net India11 hours ago China or no China, Jose Mourinho won't let emotion cloud picking Rooney for playing XI  DNA12 hours ago

British man dupes lady, using Saif Ali Khan's pic as his DP

A woman, named Anna Rowe, recently faced a severe heart break, and Said Ali Khan was, somewhere, the reason behind it!
 DNA16 hours ago It's official! Papa Saif Ali Khan CONFIRMS beti Sara Ali Khan's debut with Karan Johar's Dharma Productions!  DNA6 days ago

Lipstick Under My Burkha row: We need to strike at the very heart of film censorship in India

That Lipstick Under My Burkha is a film with women’s aspirations for freedom at the centre of the theme seems to have met with the censors’ disapproval. The post Lipstick Under My Burkha row: We need to strike at the very heart of film censorship in India ...
 First Post.com13 hours ago

China's Panchen Lama says to uphold "glorious tradition" of patriotism

Although officially atheist, China selected Gyaltsen Norbu as the 11th Panchen Lama in 1995 in a drive to win the hearts and minds of Tibetans.
 DNA16 hours ago
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Even ‘mild’ heart defects may affect kids’ school performance

Children with critical congenital heart defects, such as hypoplastic left heart syndrome or transposition of the great arteries, who require surgery in infancy, are known to be at high risk for poor neurocognitive outcomes in childhood, Oster and his ...
 Reuters23 hours ago Scorecard Index for Heart-Damaging Chemotherapy Drugs  Med India5 days ago Newly Identified Cells Linked to the Development of Heart's Ventricular Chambers  Med India4 days ago Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day 2017  Med India1 week ago

Vishal Bhardwaj's new film is too fuzzy and half-hearted

In Rangoon, Bhardwaj abandons his hallmark whimsicality and relevant effrontery for big scale chaos and bloated showmanship. His romanticized if meticulous take on history of the country and its cinema would feel a lot less inadequate if it could actually decide what it has on its ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Review: Rangoon is a grand hotchpotch!  Rediff.com1 day ago

I-League Preview: Bengaluru FC look to revive against East Bengal

Bengaluru FC have not tasted wins in the last six games, they would like to take heart from the unbeaten home record against East Bengal in the last two matches played here PTI | Last Updated: Friday, February 24, 2017 - 20:51 Bengaluru: After going winless ...
 Zee News1 day ago Bengaluru FC look to end winless streak, take on East Bengal  Business Standard1 day ago

Check pic: Kajol and Ajay Devgn share a selfie on their 18th wedding anniversary!

Kajol undoubtedly broke a million hearts when she decided to get married at the peak of her career back in the year 1999. The actress tied the knot on February 24, 1999 with Ajay Devgn and now is a proud mother of two kids, Nysa and Yug. While Ajay is ...
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Cricket-Starc strikes twice to leave India reeling before lunch

Australia paceman Mitchell Starc ripped the heart out of India's top order with two wickets in three balls to help reduce the hosts to 70 for three at lunch on the second day of the opening test on Friday.
 DNA1 day ago
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