Mili to release ‘Fooling’ video

Mumbai, Feb 20 : Singer-songwriter Mili is set to release the video of her track “Fooling” from her debut album “Written in the Stars” on February 26. Recorded and produced in Los Angeles, the album, which released in December last year, also features musicians like Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Michael Landau (guitar), James Genus (bass) and […]

Kavita Seth happy with son’s solo musical debut

Mumbai, Feb 20 : “Iktara” hitmaker Kavita Seth, who has worked with her son Kanishk on an album, is happy about the launch of his solo musical career and to see him carve out his own style in music. Kanishk had released the album, “Trance with Khusrow”, with his mother in 2014. On Tuesday, he […]

Vaccination certificate soon to be must for school admission in Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 20 : The Kerala cabinet on Tuesday approved a draft Medical Policy which necessitates all students seeking admission must produce a vaccination card, said state Health Minister K.K. Shailaja. Sharing the draft with the media, she said that the new policy would revitalise the health sector. Shailaja said among the other major highlights […]

Need to create decent space for specially abled: Onir

By Subhash K. Jha Mumbai, Feb 20 : Filmmaker Onir, who has made an emotionally fulfilling documentary titled “Raising The Bar” on those afflicted with Down syndrome, says there is a need to create a decent space for the specially abled. “I have a show for social workers, NGOs politicians and activists in Delhi on […]

Australian public servants asked to report ‘long lunch’ colleagues

Canberra, Feb 20 : Australian public servants have been asked to anonymously report their colleagues if they were wasting time at work or spending too long at lunch, media reported on Tuesday. The Australian Taxation Office sent out a memo to 20,000 staff in December urging them to be aware of workmates’ behaviour, reports the […]

Study finds new superbug typhoid strain behind Pakistan outbreak

By Kate Kelland LONDON, Feb 20 : An outbreak of typhoid fever in Pakistan is being caused by an extensively drug resistant “superbug” strain, a sign that treatment options for the bacterial disease are running out, scientists said on Tuesday. Researchers from Britain’s Wellcome Sanger Institute who analysed the genetics of the typhoid strain found […]