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  • Insurance company will offer you a discount if you let them track when you are having sex 3 days ago

    New Delhi: An American insurance company aims to offer its customers discounts and freebies who agree to wear an activity tracker that could, of course, monitor your sex activities! Traditionally insurance companies based their offerings on your medical history and age, among other factors. However, insurance company John Hancock has...
  • The killer smartphone feature that can help you have better sex, reveals viral Durex video 5 days ago

    This video has been watched almost 37 million times on YouTube and chances are you have already seen it. If not, read on and watch.This video that stretches for almost 4 minutes, explores how different couples are using their smartphones in the bedroom and comes up with one killer smartphone...
  • Haryana Minister does a 'Sholay's Gabbar' to warn about sex determination test 5 days ago

    Chandigarh: Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Monday donned the hat of Sholay's iconic character Gabbar Singh to drive home his point on illegal sex determination, saying he wanted to create a situation where doctors would chase away those who approach them for such purposes. "Mein aise halaat paida karna chahata...
  • UAE convicts 28 over 'sex and alcohol' boat party April 6, 2015

    Dubai: Twenty-eight men and women have been fined or jailed for attending an alcohol-fuelled sex party on a yacht in Dubai, reports said on Monday. The Court of Misdemeanours sentenced two men and three women to one year each in prison for having sex outside of marriage, the local media reported....
  • India supports Russian resolution opposing benefits for same-sex partners of UN staff March 26, 2015

    United Nations: At a time when there is a raging debate calling for decriminalising gay sex back home, India has supported a Russian-drafted resolution that opposed benefits for same-sex partners of UN staff but it failed to pass in the General Assembly committee. The Fifth Committee of the General Assembly, that...
  • India opposes rights to same-sex partners of UN staff March 25, 2015

    United Nations: At a time when there is a raging debate calling for decriminalising gay sex back home, India has supported a Russian-drafted resolution that opposed benefits for same-sex partners of UN staff but it failed to pass in the General Assembly committee. The Fifth Committee of the General Assembly, that...
  • Former employee sues Facebook for sex discrimination, harassment March 19, 2015

    New Delhi: A former employee is suing Facebook for sex discrimination, harassment and racial discrimination according to a lawsuit filed against the company. Chia Hong, the former Facebook employee, alleges that she was discriminated against during her employment with the company (June 2010 to October 2013) because of her gender...
  • What would happen if sex was like 'Call of Duty' March 17, 2015

    'Call of Duty' is one of the most popular military first-person shooter games in the world. Its massive popularity can be seen form the number of games that exist in this series and from the number of people that play it.Of course you love this epic game, but have you...
  • How smartphones are ruining sex lives March 14, 2015

    London: Have you been feeling dissatisfied with your sex life of late? Your smartphone may be to blame, suggests a study. People are more likely to be seduced by gadgets than by their partners, a research from Durham University says. The study commissioned by condom-maker Durex, involved detailed interviews with 15 couples...
  • Will 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!' become a franchise? March 10, 2015

    Mumbai: Director Dibakar Banerjee, who is gearing up for the release of 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!', the big screen adaptation of a fictional book character, says he's ready to make it a franchise if it rings a bell with the audiences. "We would love to (make it a franchise), but we are...
  • UK planning to teach 11-year-olds about rape in new classes: Report March 8, 2015

    London: Children from the age of 11 in Britain are to be taught about the difference between rape and consensual sex amid concerns that teenagers are coming under unprecedented pressure to have intercourse at an early age. The classes will begin this year and will teach children how to recognise and...
  • Haryana mulls law to make registration of pregnancy compulsory March 6, 2015

    Chandigarh: In view of the skewed gender ratio in the state, Haryana government is mulling to frame a law under which registration of pregnancy will be made compulsory. "Legal opinion is being sought to take action if one does not get pregnancy registered within first three months," state's Health Minister Anil...
  • Section 377 damaging psychological well-being of homosexuals: Justice Shah February 17, 2015

    New Delhi: The existing laws pertaining to gay sex are damaging the psychological well-being of homosexuals in the country, Law Commission Chairman Justice AP Shah said on Monday. "Section 377 is discriminatory in its application, unreasonable in its intent, deprives a group of its personal autonomy and violates individual privacy and...
  • Four held for running flesh trade racket in Maharashtra February 14, 2015

    Maharashtra: Police busted a prostitution racket after conducting raids at various places in Arni town in the district and arrested four persons, an official said on Saturday. The sleuths of crime branch conducted raids last evening and took 20 sex workers into custody but later released them on bail. According to...
  • Amazon, Flipkart selling books on sex determination February 14, 2015

    New Delhi: Even as the country is grappling with the problem of bias against girl child, e-market places like Amazon and Flipkart are found selling books on sex determination of foetus. Sale of such books take place through e-commerce even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the 'Save Girl Child'...
  • Ever thought of dresses, skirts and hats made out of condoms? Students stand out with their innovative ideas at a design contest January 30, 2015

    Mumbai: Imagine dresses, skirts and hats made out of colourful condoms -- that's a design innovation brought to reality by fashion designing students at a unique contest here. Youth condom brand Skore Condoms conducted a design contest and fashion show titled Skore Fashionista, which brought together 36 teams comprising 78 students...
  • Porn addicts more likely to have unsafe sex, multiple sexual partners: Study January 30, 2015

    Sydney: In a study involving college students, Australian researchers have linked porn addiction with increased sexual risk such as unsafe practices and more sexual partners. In an article titled 'Association Between Pornography Use and Sexual Risk Behaviors in Adult Consumers: A Systematic Review,' the team from University of Sydney and Curtin...
  • PM Modi to launch 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign from Haryana January 21, 2015

    Chandigarh: Government's ambitious 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign to save and empower girl child will be launched on Thursday by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Panipat in Haryana, the state with the lowest sex ratio. The state government has decided to observe a holiday in all the government and non-government...
  • Sex workers take out candle light march against violence January 20, 2015

    Kolkata: Demanding police action in the recent murder of a 24-year-old sex worker, a group of women from Sonagachi red-light area on Tuesday took out a candle light march. Sathi Das, who was trying to exit the dirty world of brothels, was found murdered earlier this month, activists of the NGO...
  • Female foeticide needs to be fought strongly: Maneka Gandhi January 20, 2015

    Panipat: Stressing that the society as a whole needs to change the mindset towards the girl child to end the problem of female foeticide, Union minister Maneka Gandhi on Tuesday said that the practice was more prevalent among the middle, upper-middle and rich sections of the society. Though there was...
  • Roman Polanski, sought by US, says will cooperate with Polish prosecutors January 13, 2015

    Warsaw: Filmmaker Roman Polanski, who is in Poland to make a new film, has said he will cooperate with Polish authorities as part of a U.S. request for his extradition over a 1977 child sex crime conviction. The Polish prosecutor-general's office said last week it planned to question Polanski, who was...
  • PM Modi to launch 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Scheme' on January 22 January 12, 2015

    New Delhi: Government's ambitious 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Scheme' to improve the child sex ratio (CSR) will be launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 22. The issue of decline in CSR is complex and multi-dimensional and the scheme will address the issue within the broad framework of survival,...
  • Punjab and Haryana HC allows jail inmates to have sex with their married partners January 7, 2015

    Chandigarh: In a historic judgement, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday allowed jail inmates to have sex with their married partners. The court, in an order, held that the right of convicts and jail inmates to have conjugal visits or artificial insemination for progeny was a fundamental right....
  • Buckingham Palace denies sex charge against Prince Andrew January 3, 2015

    London: Buckingham Palace on Saturday denied "any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors" by Britain's Prince Andrew, after he was named in US court papers for allegedly having sexual relations with a girl. A woman named him in documents she filed in a Florida court over how prosecutors handled a case...
  • 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy': I want people see the Kolkata of 1940s, says director Dibakar Banerjee December 21, 2014

    Kolkata: To make the name of his Hindi film more attractive, Bollywood Director Dibakar Banerjee has changed the spelling of his upcoming fictional detective film 'Byomkesh Bakshi'. In the first poster of the film, the name has been written as 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!'. The Bengali surname is written as 'Bakshi' in...
  • Students and teachers stress on the importance of sex education December 17, 2014

    With the increase in violence against women, students and teachers stress on the importance of sex education. "Child's curiosity needs to be answered," says a teacher. ...
  • Despite ban, medical books continue to propagate two-finger test to detect rape December 15, 2014

    New Delhi: Medical examination of rape survivors has been in question for a long time. Especially the two-finger test which involves the doctor inserting two or more fingers in the vagina of the rape survivor to test for the presence of hymen and the laxity of the vagina. For long, the...
  • Islamic State justifies enslaving, having sex with 'non-believers' December 13, 2014

    Baghdad: The Sunni jihadi organisation Islamic State (IS) has justified the enslavement of non-Muslim women and children and sexual intercourse with them, not sparing even pre-pubescent girls. This message has been propagated by an IS pamphlet titled "Question and Answers on Female Slaves and their Freedom", which was distributed to the...
  • Sex protest outside UK Parliament over porn 'censorship' December 13, 2014

    London: Campaigners in favour of hardcore pornography staged an unusual protest outside the British Parliament against new rules banning a series of extreme sex acts from online videos. They were protesting an amendment to the Communications Act requiring video-on-demand online pornography to follow tougher rules, already laid out by the...
  • Couple has sex in tunnel, Moscow metro orders spot checks December 12, 2014

    Moscow: Moscow's metro said on Friday it was carrying out emergency checks of its system after a young couple made their way into a tunnel and had sex on the rails. Moscow has a subculture of enthusiasts who explore its maze of tunnels including the metro system, called "diggers", and a...