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Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar meets Bangladesh PM; Sheikh Hasina set to visit India on April 1

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar meets Bangladesh PM; Sheikh Hasina set to visit India on April 1

He also discussed preparatory aspects of Hasina’s proposed visit at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had invited her during his Dhaka visit in 2015. (ANI)

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit India in the first half of …

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Spotify expands its push into original content with new podcasts

Spotify expands its push into original content with new podcasts

Spotify is expanding its podcast selection today, with the announcement that it’s adding three new original podcast series on its service, with plans for more originals to arrive later this year. The series, which are produced in partnership with other …

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Bahujan Samaj Party should introspect before talking about terrorism: Bharatiya Janata Party

Bahujan Samaj Party should introspect before talking about terrorism: Bharatiya Janata Party

BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi (PTI)

Hitting back at Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati for referring Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah as a terrorist, the saffron party on Friday said that those who give tickets to gangster-turned politician …

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Marcel Kittel ties German record for Tour de France stage wins

Marcel Kittel ties German record for Tour de France stage wins

Marcel Kittel of Germany celebrates following his win in the seventh stage of the Tour de France on July 7. (Guillaume Horcajuelo / European Pressphoto Agency)

Another day, another victory for Marcel Kittel in the Tour de France.

Only this …

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Researchers just re-created a 50-year-old childhood study with a fascinating twist.

Researchers just re-created a 50-year-old childhood study with a fascinating twist.

You might have heard of the Stanford prison experiment. But have you heard of the Stanford marshmallow experiment?

The marshmallow experiment was a fascinating study conducted by researchers in the late 1960s and early ’70s to test kids’ ability to …

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Internet Reacts To Passing of Joan Lee

Internet Reacts To Passing of Joan Lee

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Joan Lee — the wife of former Marvel publisher Stan Lee — passed away earlier today after complications from a stroke she suffered earlier in the week.

Lee, the former …

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Graduates – Why You Need The ‘STAR’ Technique For Job Interviews

Graduates – Why You Need The ‘STAR’ Technique For Job Interviews

You’ve spent three years (or more) studying, your degree’s done, your CV’s sparkling and you’ve landed your first job interview in your post-graduation life.

So, what can you do beforehand to prepare? Well, your studies aren’t over just yet I’m …

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‘Sons of Anarchy’ spinoff in trouble? Project is reshooting and recasting, reports say

‘Sons of Anarchy’ spinoff in trouble? Project is reshooting and recasting, reports say

Creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter speaks at a panel for the FX Networks television series "The Bastard Executioner" during the Television Critics Association Cable Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California August 7, 2015. (Reuters)

It seems like Kurt …

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The Republican Backlash Against Trump’s Vote-Fraud Commission

The Republican Backlash Against Trump’s Vote-Fraud Commission

Donald Trump and Kris Kobach meet at Trump National Golf Club in November.

Republicans officials and officeholders were, for the most part, not pleased about the rise of Donald Trump as their party’s candidate, but they found themselves powerless to …

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Texas has no problem handing over residents’ information to the federal government

Texas has no problem handing over residents’ information to the federal government

President Donald Trump’s “Election Integrity Commission,” designed to investigate the “millions of people voting illegally,” isn’t going well. Its call for to hand over swaths of voters’ personal data has been rejected entirely by more a dozen states — including …

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