Vitamin pills cut breast cancer risk

Taking multivitamin tablets may help reduce the risk of breast cancer, a new study claims.
Women who took regular doses of vitamin pills saw their chance of suffering from the disease fall by as much as 40 percent, reports express.co.uk.
The authors believe the study provides early evidence that along with other important lifestyle factors, such as

Crystal Bowersox Intends to Quit ‘American Idol’

Recently at the “American Idol” something strange happened around two weeks from now, the singer Crystal Bowersox who had abandoned the show for a while, very last month because of being hospitalized for diabetes was singing the swan song when Ryan Seacrest made a step forward.
Yes, Seacrest had something else in mind, the lady

Clash duo, Gorillaz bring down curtain on Coachella

INDIO, Calif (Hollywood Reporter) – The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival ended its 11th year on a playful note Sunday as former Clash members Mick Jones and Paul Simonon joined headliners Gorillaz to wrap up a day that also saw the welcome return of reunited indie-rock heroes Pavement. In the past, Gorillaz have come off as a musical cartoon, the …

Biotechnology should not harm bio-diversity: Ramesh

Biotechnology is an “important tool” for ensuring food security but it should be ensured that it does not adversely impact human and animal health and the bio-diversity, parliament was informed Monday.
“There is general agreement within the concerned ministries that biotechnology is an important tool for raising agricultural productivity and ensuring food security,” Minister of State

Jessica Lall murder trial timeline

Eleven years after model Jessica Lall was shot dead by Congress leader Venod Sharma’s son Manu at a south Delhi restaurant, the Supreme Court Monday gave the final word on the murder trial: Manu is guilty , and life sentence to him is the right punishment.
Here’s a look at the timeline of the case:
April 29-30

Afridi wants rookie fast bowler in World T20 squad

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi is hoping unheralded fast bowler Mohammad Irfan gets the go ahead for the World Twenty20 championship beginning in Guyana from April 30.
Shahid Afridi feels the 6ft 8inch tall Irfan can be a “surprise weapon” for Pakistan in the tournament.
But even after voting in favour of picking the 27-year-old left-arm pacer from