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Social Media and Its Effects on Mental Health

The advent of social media has been instrumental in connecting us as a global population to a big extent. We are more aware of things happening around us and to people we care about than ever before.

Rashid Khan raises hope of ending his five-year long dry spell in Asia

NUH (HARYANA): Two-time Asian Tour winner Rashid Khan of India carded a second straight six-under-66 in round three of the inaugural Classic Golf & Country Club International Championship to raise hopes of ending his five-year long dry spell on the Asian Tour.

US Open champion Andreescu receives customised WWE belt

NEW DELHI: Newly crowned US Open champion Bianca Andreescu of Canada has received a customised World Wrestling Championship (WWE) belt.

Terrified teen rape victim ran naked in Bhilwara, 3 held

JAIPUR: A horrific and traumatic tale of rape of a teen has come to the fore in Bhilwara. The terror-stricken teenager ran half-a-km naked after abduction, thrashing and rape by three men while she was on her way to a temple.

B4U Kadak brings action-packed blockbusters this September

MUMBAI: The B4U network, popularly known for Bollywood music and movie channel, has recently launched a new film channel B4U Kadak. The channel's performance and viewership has grown so much that it has became audience's first choice as country's number one film channel for the past three consecutive weeks.

Never wanted to be a hero's sidekick, says Kangana Ranaut

NEW DELHI:  She has been variously tagged the "Queen" of Bollywood, "box-office dynamo" and "one woman army", and habitually takes on Bollywood's bigwigs. Three-time National Award winning actress Kangana Ranaut makes no bones about ruling the industry with her craft, and says she always wanted to be somebody who is not a hero's sidekick.

Mumbai police hits record high in traffic penalties

MUMBAI:  The Mumbai Traffic Police collected record fines totalling nearly Rs 139 crore in 2018 for violations of traffic rules, according to an RTI filing here on Tuesday.

Indian-American teen wins South Asian Spelling Bee

WASHINGTON:  An Indian-American teenager from New Jersey won the 2019 South Asian Spelling Bee, after correctly spelling the word "flipe" to earn the national title and $3,000 grand prize.

Wild cards for Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams

CINCINNATI: Former World No. 1s and multiple Major winners Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams have been awarded the first wild cards for the 2019 Western & Southern Open. Both players join the main draw field for the tournament that will be held August 10-18 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio.

Muslim boy set on fire dies in Varanasi hospital

CHANDAULI:  Khalid, the 15-year-old boy whose family had alleged that he was set ablaze by four men when he refused to chant "Jai Shri Ram" here, succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday.

5 electrocuted in UP paddy field

MAHARAJGANJ (UTTAR PRADESH): Four teenagers and a woman were electrocuted when they came in contact with a high tension wire while sowing paddy in a field in Uttar Pradesh's Maharajganj district.

Teenager refuses to say 'Jai Shri Ram', set ablaze

CHANDAULI (UTTAR PRADESH): A 15-year-old Muslim boy was set on fire by four people in Chandauli district when the boy refused to chant "Jai Shri Ram".

Scarlett case: HC refuses to show leniency to convict

PANAJI: Being a sole breadwinner is not enough reason for mitigating a sentence in a case involving pre-planned sexual assault and culpable homicide. The Panaji Bench of the Bombay High Court said in its order convicting Samson D'Souza, a beach shack worker, for 10 years for sexually assaulting 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling, a British national, and leaving her to die on a Goa beach in 2008.

Teen rams Mercedes, injures CRPF troopers

NEW DELHI: The undergraduate son of a Noida businessman on a nightout rammed his Mercedes car into a hatchback which had Central Reserve Police Force troopers on board.

Obesity ups risk of being bullying victim, perpetrator

NEW YORK: New York, June 11 (IANS) Researchers have found that obese adolescents are not only significantly more likely to experience bullying, but chances of them being perpetrators are also higher, compared to their healthy weight peers.

Ranveer Singh pays tribute to fan who died

MUMBAI:  Actor Ranveer Singh has paid tribute to a young fan here who passed away suddenly.

11 Tory leaders in PM race; many reveal drug abuse

LONDON:  As many as 11 Tory leaders have thrown their hats in the ring to become the leader of the Conservative Party and, therefore Prime Minister, following the resignation of Theresa May.

Woman arrested for thrashing mother-in-law

CHANDIGARH: A woman who was caught on camera thrashing mercilessly her freedom fighter mother-in-law was arrested, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar confirmed on Saturday.

Woman arrested for thrashing mother-in-law

CHANDIGARH: A woman who was caught on camera thrashing mercilessly her freedom fighter mother-in-law was arrested, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar confirmed on Saturday.

Challenges of Teenage Driving and How to Tackle Them

Times are changing, and teenage isn’t what it was like a couple of decades ago. Today, with the world being more opena lot has come to fore. For children of today, teenage is an exciting time – the newfound independence, relaxed late-night curfews and even a car in the form of physical self-sufficiency.

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