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Parting with iPhone can cause grave psychological and physiological effects

New Delhi, Jan 9 (ANI): A new study has suggested that separation from iPhone can have serious psychological and physiological effects on their users.Study suggested that iPhone users should avoid parting with their phones during daily situations that involve a great deal of attention, such as taking tests, sitting in conferences or meetings, or completing important work assignments, as it could result in poorer cognitive performance on those tasks. The researchers found a significant increase in anxiety, heart rate and blood pressure levels, and a significant decrease in puzzle performance when the participants were separated from their iPhones as compared to when iPhone users completed similar word search puzzles while in possession of their iPhones. Jan 9, 2015
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Car chase, hostage drama as Paris massacre suspects cornered

Shots were fired during a car chase and at least one hostage was taken to the north-east of Paris Friday, in the same area police were hunting for two brothers accused of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist assault. Duration: 00:53 Jan 9, 2015
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It Happens : Devotees throng ghost fair to be exorcised of evil spirits

Malajpur, Jan 9 (ANI): Thousands of devotees thronged a village in Madhya Pradesh for annual ghost fair. People from various states flocked Malajpur village, 300 kilometres from Bhopal city, to free themselves from evil spirits. The month-long fair begins on the tenth month according to the Hindu calendar. People, apparently, possessed by evil spirits are taken to Guru Deoji Maharaj temple where the priests and sorcerers perform various rituals. During the fair, devotees who are believed to be possessed by evil spirits dance in a state of trance. It is said that besides obviation from evil spirits, the devout visitors believe that all their wishes come true after praying at the temple. Jan 9, 2015
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It Happens : Camel fest in Rajasthan enthralls tourists

Bikaner, Jan 9 (ANI): Camel race in shimmering sand dunes of Rajasthan enthralled Indian and foreign tourists at the International Camel Festival. Camels, which are also known as the ship of the desert due to their ability to store water for several days, mesmerised the onlookers as they competed with each other with great vigour. The tourists, who arrived in Bikaner district of Rajasthan from western countries like Australia, Germany, Canada and England, were thrilled as they watched the race keenly and enjoyed every moment of it. Apart from camel race, camel dance, camel decoration competitions and camel wrestling, and several village sport events were also organised at the festival. A tourist from Germany, Gehash said he was delighted to witness the camel race. The tourists were fascinated as they saw beautifully decorated camels dance to traditional tunes at the festival, jointly organised by Rajasthan Tourism and Bikaner district administration. A tourist from Canada, Christine said that the camel race would be etched in her memories. Tourists hailed the warm and traditional reception accorded to them. They were amazed by the exotic ethnic ornaments and costumes adorned by Rajasthani women. Jan 9, 2015
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Million-strong Philippines parade ahead of papal visit

More than a million barefoot devotees parade a centuries-old icon of Jesus Christ in the Philippines' biggest religious festival, held just before Pope Francis visits Asia's bastion of Christianity. Duration: 00:49 Jan 9, 2015
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Three new cases of swine flu surface in Delhi: HK Kar asking people not to panic

New Delhi, Jan 09 (ANI): Medical Superintendent of RML Hospital, Dr HK Kar on Friday said that three new cases of swine flu have been reported in Delhi. He said that the hospital admitted 12 suspected cases in which 3 cases have come positive. He further said that among the three, two are fine and one in critical condition passed away. Kar said that there is no need to panic about the situation as Swine Flu is influenza and the death rate is very low in this. He advised the people undergoing the disease to maintain hygiene, to be away from crowded place and to definitely go for a test if fever persists for many days. Jan 9, 2015