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Low testosterone boon for longer relationships

New York, April 11: High testosterone may be good for super sex but it is low testosterone that can help you keep your partner for long, a study reveals.

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Chennai restaurants gear up to welcome plethora of New Years (Foodie Trail)

Chennai, April 11: Restaurants in star hotels here have chalked out elaborate dining plans to welcome different New Years ranging from Thai or Songkran to Bengali, Tamil and Malayalam between April 11-20.

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At Rishikesh, bungee jumping with a twist (Travelogue)

Rishikesh (Uttarakhand), April 11: “Take a deep breath, look straight, and free yourself,” said my trainer Suzanne, looking straight into my eyes even as a shiver went down my spine at the thought of bungee jumping from an 83-metre-high cliff in the direction of the Hyul river way below.

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Show the finger – for discounts after voting!

N0ew Delhi, April 10: If you cast your vote in the capital Thursday, you can avail interesting offers and discounts at various restaurants, salons and gyms – and even on petrol.

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Bihar leaders beat the heat with juices and sherbets (Election Special)

Patna, April 10: Bihar leaders are sipping an array of local sherbets and juices to stay cool as the mercury soars.

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Girls fantasise abut sex better than boys do: Study

London, April 9: Not just teenage boys but teenage girls also fantasise about sex in the same fashion, and better.

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PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week to focus on new trends, fresh talent (Curtain Raiser)

Lahore, April 9: There’s a lot to look forward to at the seventh edition of the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2014 (PSFW).

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This dress goes transparent as you are turned on!

London, April 8: Wear this dress very, very carefully as it goes transparent the moment you are sexually aroused.

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Twitter, Facebook driving couples to break relationships!

Washington, April 8: Arguments over social media platforms among romantic partners are damaging relationships, ending in negative outcomes like emotional and physical cheating, breakup and divorce, a significant research reveals.

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