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Rado brand ambassador Hrithik opens new store at Delhi Airport
short by Roshan Gupta / on 15 Feb 2018,Thursday
Bollywood megastar Hrithik Roshan yesterday opened Rado's stylish new store at Delhi IGI Airport. This is the first time Rado has opened a monobrand store in an airport. Rado CEO Matthias Breschan commented, "We are delighted to announce the opening of our first airport store at Delhi Airport and are honoured that Hrithik was able to join us today."
short by Roshan Gupta / 12:00 am on 15 Feb
Tease your taste buds with Cornetto Oreo this Valentine’s Day
short by Roshan Gupta / on 14 Feb 2018,Wednesday
Have you heard about Alia's new found love? This Valentine's Day meet her new love the 'Cornetto Oreo', a perfect mix of delicious Oreo crumbs and cream, wrapped in Cornetto's first-ever chocolate cone. The new flavor promises love at the very first bite with an intense combination of creamy and crunchy textures that give love and romance a new expression.
short by Roshan Gupta / 12:00 am on 14 Feb
Mirinda launches #ReleaseThePressure campaign
short by Roshan Gupta / on 11 Feb 2018,Sunday
Mirinda has launched Comparison Adds Pressure #ReleaseThePressure campaign to bring out negative effects of comparison on teens and urges parents to rethink about constantly comparing their teens with others. This year Mirinda aims to go deeper into the issue and incite actual behaviour change. Mirinda along with Fortis also offers a helpline on how parents can constructively encourage teens.
short by Roshan Gupta / 02:27 pm on 11 Feb
Bajaj Allianz provides customized travel insurance plans
short by Roshan Gupta / on 20 Feb 2018,Tuesday
Travelling is a beautiful experience but it also brings the risk of things going wrong despite careful planning. In cases, where unexpected external factors disrupt travel plans, Bajaj Allianz travel insurance helps you stay covered against any financial setback. Catering to people from all walks of life, it offers tailor made plans for individuals as well as family/group travellers.
short by Roshan Gupta / 07:38 pm on 20 Feb
Asian Paints’ #HomesNotShowrooms urges people to create memories
short by Roshan Gupta / on 07 Feb 2018,Wednesday
Asian Paints has released a new digital film '#HomesNotShowrooms' with the idea to inspire people to lead richer lives in their dream home. Through the heart-warming narrative of a grandfather, father and grandson, the film captures the essence of living richer lives at home by creating spaces for self-expression and discovery with decor that adds meaning to one's home allowing relationships to flourish.
short by Roshan Gupta / 12:22 pm on 07 Feb
Aapke liye sehat ka kya matlab hai, asks Aditya Birla Health Insurance
short by Roshan Gupta / on 19 Feb 2018,Monday
Aditya Birla Health Insurance presents Activ Health Platinum Plan - an insurance plan that rewards you for staying healthy, by giving you up to 30% on your insurance premium as HealthReturns™. It also offers a 100% reload of sum insured and a free annual health check-up. You can also get a cumulative bonus of 20% of sum insured, every claim-free year.
short by Roshan Gupta / 12:00 am on 19 Feb
A new way to cover your home loan EMIs to secure your family
short by Roshan Gupta / on 08 Feb 2018,Thursday
A great achievement like buying a new home calls for a celebration. But knowing that your family is always secure and safe in that home is the ultimate achievement. A new and affordable way to ensure that the home always belongs to your family, is by securing your home loan EMIs with ICICI Prudential Life's Term Life Cover.
short by Roshan Gupta / 10:09 am on 08 Feb
Man's rectum falls out after he uses phone for 30 mins in loo
short by Deepali Aggarwal / on 10 Feb 2018,Saturday
A Chinese man's rectum fell out of his body after he spent over 30 minutes playing games on his phone while sitting on the toilet seat. Doctors said the man's rectum lost its attachment due to the long duration spent as he suffers from rectal prolapse. Spending long periods of time trying to poo can damage pelvic muscles, they added.
short by Deepali Aggarwal / 12:10 pm on 10 Feb
Canon is on a mission to make businesses simple
short by Roshan Gupta / on 09 Feb 2018,Friday
Canon announces a step forward in business innovation with the reinforced belief that 'Business Can Be Simple'. The philosophy recognises the shift in business environments towards digital, and aims to reduce complexity by simplifying workflows. Their comprehensive suite of print & document solutions deliver seamless & secure workflows, and help companies, small or large, fuel vital growth.
short by Roshan Gupta / 11:30 am on 09 Feb
Become a ‘Swachhata Doot’ for healthier life of India’s children
short by Roshan Gupta / on 17 Feb 2018,Saturday
One-third of India's children lose their childhood to repeated illness. Just 3 simple hygiene habits- washing hands with soap, drinking purified water and using clean toilets can prevent this. HUL along with Kajol appeal to India to join the Swachh Aadat, Swachh Bharat movement to spread awareness. You can become 'Swachhata Doot' and help a child live a healthier life.
short by Roshan Gupta / 10:31 am on 17 Feb
14 worms pulled from woman's eye in 1st such infection case
short by Deepali Aggarwal / on 13 Feb 2018,Tuesday
A US woman has become the first human ever infected with a parasitic eye infection spread by flies. As many as 14 worms were removed from Abby Beckley's left eye in August 2016 after she felt an itching sensation in it for over a week. Each worm was less than half an inch long. The case was reported on Monday.
short by Deepali Aggarwal / 12:40 pm on 13 Feb
'DOS' unveiled as sequel to card game 'UNO'
short by Ankush Verma / on 13 Feb 2018,Tuesday
American toymaker Mattel has unveiled the sequel of card game 'UNO' for the first time since it was invented in 1971. 'DOS' uses a similar system of numbered and coloured cards but the players now have two card piles to choose from for playing cards and win after earning enough points.
short by Ankush Verma / 10:37 pm on 13 Feb
Chef who was once a homeless dishwasher gets Michelin star
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 11 Feb 2018,Sunday
A self-taught chef who recently received his first Michelin star for his restaurant was once a homeless dishwasher who slept on the streets of Paris. Born to Lebanese parents, 43-year-old Alan Geaam arrived in Paris around two decades ago. When he was in Paris, his cooking skills were noticed by the chef of the restaurant where he washed dishes.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 04:34 pm on 11 Feb
Woman gives birth in US airport, abandons baby in loo
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 11 Feb 2018,Sunday
A woman left a newborn baby in a bathroom at a US airport after she reportedly gave birth to him inside the airport. The baby was left with a note that read, "Please help me... Please get me to the authorities so they can find a good home." The authorities are now hoping to identify the mother.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 01:12 pm on 11 Feb
Suspected poacher eaten by lions in South Africa
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 13 Feb 2018,Tuesday
A suspected poacher was mauled to death and eaten by a pack of lions near the Kruger National Park in South Africa, the police said on Monday. "They ate his body, nearly all of it, and just left his head and some remains," the police added. Further, the police found a gun and ammunition next to his remains.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 02:21 pm on 13 Feb
Baby with Down syndrome crowned Gerber 'Spokesbaby of year'
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 08 Feb 2018,Thursday
Baby product company Gerber has selected a one-year-old baby with Down syndrome as its 'Spokesbaby of the year' for the first time in over 90 years. Lucas Warren, who is from United States' Georgia, was selected from around 1.4 lakh entries submitted online. Gerber CEO Bill Partyka said, "Lucas' smile and happy expression captured the hearts of the Gerber team."
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 05:26 pm on 08 Feb
US woman sleeps after headache, wakes up with British accent
short by Deepali Aggarwal / on 13 Feb 2018,Tuesday
A US woman has said that one day she fell asleep after a severe headache and woke up with a British accent which has now stayed with her for the past two years. Diagnosed with foreign accent syndrome in 2015, Michelle Myers said that the first time it happened she spoke with an Irish accent for over a week.
short by Deepali Aggarwal / 08:29 pm on 13 Feb
Teen jumps onto tracks to save toddler before train arrives
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 18 Feb 2018,Sunday
CCTV footage shows 18-year-old Lorenzo Pianazza saving a two-and-a-half-year-old, who fell onto the track just one minute before a train was due to arrive at an Italian station. Pianazza rescued the toddler even as bystanders and the toddler's parent gathered on the platform. Meanwhile, an official stopped the train from pulling into the railway station by pressing a red button.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 06:28 pm on 18 Feb
Man carves Harry Potter's Hogwarts school out of ice
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 18 Feb 2018,Sunday
A Canadian man made a Harry Potter themed-playground using ice for his daughters in the front yard of their house. The sculptures made by Kelly Davies, who is an ice carver, include a miniature replica of the Hogwarts' Great Hall and Professor Dumbledore's chair. Davies packed snow into large wooden boxes to make ice blocks.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 03:23 pm on 18 Feb
Scientists discover secret artwork under Picasso's painting
short by Nandini Sinha / on 18 Feb 2018,Sunday
Scientists have discovered a secret artwork hidden underneath the visible surface of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso's 'La Miséreuse accroupie' painting, also known as 'The Crouching Beggar'. The hidden artwork behind the painting was a landscape image of Barcelona. The researchers used the non-invasive 'X-ray fluorescent spectroscopy' technique to analyse the painting.
short by Nandini Sinha / 08:51 pm on 18 Feb
Museum allowed to keep Picasso sold during escape from Nazis
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 08 Feb 2018,Thursday
A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking the return of a Picasso painting sold in 1938 by a German-Jewish businessman who reportedly wanted to escape the Nazis. The painting later ended up with a woman who donated it to a museum. The museum was sued by his estate, which claimed it was sold for a low price under "duress."
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 05:17 pm on 08 Feb
Tiger cub in box sent via courier rescued by sniffer dog
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 11 Feb 2018,Sunday
A two-month-old Bengal tiger cub that was being shipped in a plastic container has been found in Mexico. The cub had been shipped by express mail in a box with perforations for air after being sedated. Discovered by a police sniffer dog, the cub was found to be dehydrated and underweight but otherwise healthy.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 05:26 pm on 11 Feb
1,000-year-old oak tree marking Welsh border falls
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / on 20 Feb 2018,Tuesday
An oak tree believed to have been planted 1,000 years ago in Wales has fallen. The oak tree was located along a linear earthwork roughly following the border of Wales and England. It had a girth of 36 feet, and is believed to have been planted to mark the site of the 893 AD Battle of Buttington.
short by Aarushi Maheshwari / 03:48 pm on 20 Feb
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