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Long hours in front of the computer? Beware of RSI

Pain around the neck and upper limbs? Beware! It could be Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) that comes from spending long hours before a computer.At the

India to implement code for energy saving

It will be mandatory for all state governments to implement by 2017 the minimum requirements for energy efficient design and construction set by the central ...

‘Indian football needs a hero’

Football fanatic John Abraham is ready and steady to make the country "live the magic" of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The actor-producer, who is ...

Pillai in Optimistic Wonderland or Naga Solution within a Year?

It is encouraging to hear former Union Home Secretary Gopal Krishna Pillai saying 'Naga solution within a year' in his exclusive interview with the Nagaland ...

No excuses: Players helped develop World Cup ball

Players were consulted extensively in the development of the World Cup ball, meaning they should be less likely to commit on-pitch blunders in Brazil.German manufacturer ...

Alone in the forest amidst the chaos

In this April 16, 2014 photo, 10-year-old Hamamatou Harouna smiles as she sits in a tent with other Muslim refugees on the grounds of the ...

Demographic dividends vs demographic burden

India is a country of a billion strong people which is expected to increase to 1.6 billion by 2050. Presently, a little more than 50 ...

Chill Shanie, we're here for you

Poor Shane Warne! The Australian cricketer has suffered his share of angst. There was this time he walked out of a press where he was ...

Susan Rice helping Obama juggle foreign policy crises

This July 27, 2013 file photo shows National Security Adviser Susan Rice throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before a baseball game between the New ...

Congress cannot paper over Rahul 's failures

Despite Sonia Gandhi's advice to Congressmen to avoid "public acrimony", rumbling of discontent about the party's miserable performance in the recent elections have continued. It ...
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Railways cancel 26 trains over Maoist threat

Patna, September 20 (IANS): Twenty-eight passenger trains have been cancelled for a week in Bihar and Jharkhand in view of a Maoist threat, an official

Dalai Lama praises China’s leader as ‘realistic’

NEW DELHI, September 20 (AP): The Dalai Lama praised Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday for being “more realistic” and principled than his predecessors, a

CIA stops spying friendly nations in Western Europe

WASHINGTON, September 20 (AP): Stung by the backlash over a German caught selling secrets to the U.S. and the revelations of surveillance by the National

EC announces schedules for 11 Northern Angami - II bye-election

KOHIMA, SEPTEMBER 20 (DIPR): The Deputy Commissioner & Returning Officer, Kohima, W Honje Konyak has issued a notification for the forthcoming Bye-Election that an election

Stay awake, be alert and avert: SCD

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 20 (MExN): The Sumi Council Dimapur (SCD) today expressed its disturbance and apprehension over the spats of incidents in the recent past where

Alaphra Group Signs MoU with IIE

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 20 (MExN):  A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on September 19 between the Alaphra Group and the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE),

317 recruits pass out from NPTS

Morung Express NewsDimapur | September 20317 recruits passed out from the Nagaland Police Training School (NPTS), Chumukedima, Dimapur on September 20. The recruits, including 21
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Scot independence: The man who turned the tide

Former British Prime Minister and No campaigner for the Scottish independence referendum Gordon Brown gestures  during his speech in at a No campaign event in
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India, China quietly struggle in Indian Ocean

A worker watches a crane unload containers at a port on the Bay of Bengal which forms the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean, in