While You Look At Rahul Khanna’s Insta Pics, Here’s What He Said About Possible Comeback

Rahul Khanna photographed during Lakme Fashion Week View image on Twitter NEW DELHI:  HIGHLIGHTS “There are stuff in the pipeline,” Rahul Khanna said He walked the ramp for designer Narendra Kumar at Lakme Fashion Week Rahul Khanna has featured in films like Love Aaj Kal and Wake Up Sid Actor Rahul Khanna can make a comeback in Bollywood soon, news agency IANS reports. Rahul, 45, who has featured in films like Love Aaj Kal and Wake Up Sid, has some projects lined-up. On being asked about a comeback, he told IANS, “Maybe you will see…

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Real empowerment of women possible only through education: President Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said real empowerment of women would be possible only through education, encouragement of economic self-dependence and provision of opportunities enabling the unfolding of one’s full potential. The President praised the leading role played by the Mahila Dakshata Samiti in women’s empowerment and recalled the contributions of the Samiti’s founding members such as Suman Krishankant, Prof. Pramila Dandavate and Smt. Mridula Sinha, the Governor of Goa. “The only long lasting solution is to create cooperative structures comprising the government and private stake holders as well as…

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Skandera possible pick for U.S. education secretary

Hanna Skandera, New Mexico’s public education secretary, is reportedly under consideration for a top education job in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration. Politico reported Friday that Skandera, who has sparred with teachers unions and drawn criticism for her support of the PARCC standardized testing system in New Mexico, could be offered a job as education deputy secretary or undersecretary of the department. Skandera told The Associated Press two weeks ago she had not been approached about a job in the Trump administration, but that may have changed. A Skandera spokesman declined…

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Making babies without eggs may be possible, say scientists

They have succeeded in creating healthy baby mice by tricking sperm into believing they were fertilising normal eggs. The findings in Nature Communications, could, in the distant future, mean women can be removed from the baby-making process, say the researchers. For now, the work helps to explain some of the details of fertilisation. End of mum and dad? The University of Bath scientists started with an unfertilised egg in their experiments. They used chemicals to trick it into becoming a pseudo-embryo. These “fake” embryos share much in common with ordinary…

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