Almost all ovarian cancers begin, not in the ovaries, but in the fallopian tubes attached to them, finds a study.Ovarian cancer is more aggressive than many other cancers because it is hard to diagnose in its earliest, and most treatable, stages. Fallopian tubes enable egg cells that have the potential to be fertilised and become embryos to pass from the ovaries, where they are made, to the uterus. The findings showed that ovarian cancer cells have more in common with cells covering the tips of...
One police personnel has been arrested for plotting the escape of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Panchkula on August 25, the day Ram Rahim was convicted for raping two of his female disciples.
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Reportedly, despite raised prices, the sales of high-end vehicles...
North Korea has once again warned the US against its “hostile activities”, saying a nuclear war may break out anytime if Washington does not stop provocation against Pyongyang.
North Korea’s Deputy UN Ambassador Kim In Ryong in a UNdisarmament committee meeting on Monday said the entire US mainland was in the “firing range” of the communist regime and any attempt by Washington to “invade our sacred territory” would be met by a severe punishment.
Warning other countries against...
Many candidates appearing for the University Grants Commission’s National Eligibility Test (NET) on November 5, 2017, were eagerly waiting for their admit cards to be released. After a long wait, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally released the call letters for the examination.
After downloading the admit card, the students must ensure that all the details are correct and the venue of the exam is mentioned. The candidates are required to carry these admit cards for the...
Canada's Prime Minister, the 45-year-old Justin Trudeau is known for celebrating cultural diversity with full gusto, and as the festival of lights Diwali approaches, he took to Twitter to share a message for those celebrating.
Trudeau shared a picture of himself dressed in a black sherwani as he lit a traditional Indian lamp with many others festively dressed in the background and wrote: Diwali Mubarak! We're celebrating in Ottawa tonight. #HappyDiwali!
Diwali Mubarak! We're celebrating in Ottawa...
Operation Romeo Returns: Gurugram Police Arrests 50 For Eve Teasing
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August 27 , 2016 , 12:56 IST
[caption id="attachment_221392" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Gurugram Police on Saturday arrested 50 persons at MG Road under its 'Operation Romeo Returns' programme, launched to curb eve teasing incidents in the city.[/caption]
Gurugram Police on Saturday arrested 50 persons at MG Road under its 'Operation Romeo Returns' programme, launched to curb eve teasing incidents in the city.
Around 20 cops, dressed as civilians, undertook the operation that was launched in light of recent increase in incidents of eve teasing in the city.
"Nearly 50 men have been arrested within two hours of the operation. Following increasing number of complaints, we had launched the 'Romeo-Free Drive' on Saturday," says ACP Dharna Yadav.
In the past, the police have launched several such operations to curb eve teasing.