AGGRESSION

  • Pak blames India for aggression, says it can retaliate October 9, 2014

    New Delhi: Pakistan on Thursday dumped the entire blame for the ongoing border tension on India, claiming that its army never targeted civilians and that Indian aggression on the border was resulting in casualties in Pakistan. "There is loss of life and property on the Pakistani side. The Pakistani Army is...
  • Turkey protests unite people across the social spectrum June 6, 2013

    Istanbul: Office workers in business suits chant antigovernment slogans alongside pious women wearing Muslim headscarves. Schoolchildren and bearded anarchists rub shoulders with football fans, wellheeled women in designer sunglasses and elderly couples donating food. These disparate groups are united by alarm at what they consider unwarranted meddling and increasingly autocratic behavior...
  • Turkey seeks to reassure investors over protests June 6, 2013

    London: Turkey's President and the country's international trade group sought to reassure foreign investors that the days of violent antigovernment protests should not scare away multinational firms. Turkey's location as a gateway between Asia and Europe and its young, skilled, talent pool have attracted a growing number of multinationals to place...
  • Violent video games make teens more aggressive towards people October 8, 2012

    London: Teenagers including girls who play violent video games over a number of years tend to become more aggressive towards other people, a new long-term study has warned. Researchers from Brock University in Canada said the study was the first to show a clear link between a sustained period of...
  • Aggression is my plus point: Virat Kohli June 15, 2012

    New Delhi: Virat Kohli, known for being aggressive on the field, says it is his strength and he does not think he should curb it. "My aggression is my plus point. It's because of my aggression that I have been able to perform so well on the field till now. I...
  • New Study: Don't forgive your spouse January 10, 2011

    Washington: Everyone may advice you to forgive your partner's bad behaviour, but in some cases, it may be better to hold a grudge against your transgressing spouse, a new study has suggested. Newlyweds who forgave their partner's bad behaviour were more likely to face additional bad behaviour the next day compared...
  • Parenting influences child's mental health December 3, 2010

    London: Contrary to general perception that aggression or depression lies in one's genes, a new study has found that the traits may be linked to parenting at home. An international team, led by Otago University, claims to have found that the role of positive and negative parenting practices influences a child's...
  • LA blogger sentenced for Guns N' Roses' songs leak July 15, 2009

    Los Angeles: A Los Angeles blogger who leaked new Guns N' Roses songs on the Internet before their official release on the band's first new album in 17 years, was sentenced to two months of home confinement on Tuesday. Kevin Cogill also received one year's probation and must appear...
  • Control your aggression: Ganguly tells Bhajji May 17, 2008

    New Delhi: As Harbhajan Singh serves yet another ban for an onfield spat, former India skipper Sourav Ganguly offers the beleaguered offspinner a simple piece of advice to steer clear of controversies 'control your aggression'. "We have all (the senior players) reasoned with him and he needs to understand...
  • You think life's bliss for newlyweds? Here's a shocker May 11, 2008

    Washington: Thought life was blissful after marriage? Well, heres a shocker for you, according to a new research, nearly onethird of newlyweds are physically aggressive. Whats more, in newlyweds rookie year as parents, many face a significant drop in marital satisfaction, the research found. In one study, Erika Lawrence, assistant professor of...
  • Why after 11 years, Bhajji is still one of the boys? April 29, 2008

    New Delhi: To describe Harbhajan Singh's career as a roller coaster will be a pretty fair. At 28 he is already one of India's most successful bowlers, but he seems unable to make one critical transition from being one of the boys to a seasoned veteran. In Harbhajans latest test match,...
  • Keep a check on your childs' aggressive behaviour February 12, 2008

    New Delhi: Cases of child aggression are on the rise in India's cities. There was another shocking case of a student stabbing another in a scuffle at a Delhi school on Monday. Healthy risk taking is a positive tool in an adolescent's life, however, sometimes a child might over do it....
  • Chinese view Indians as aggressive January 7, 2007

    New Delhi: According to a China media report, Chinese people view that Indians are aggressive and underdeveloped. "Many of the misconceptions stem from historical experiences, but others can be laid at the door of the media," the International Herald Leader reports. Chinese have sought to know more about other countries like...
  • Maruti launches Zen Estilo December 5, 2006

    New Delhi: Eight months after it was phased out from the market, Maruti on Tuesday unveiled the new Zen sporting an allnew look and under a new name 'Estilo', with the base variant priced at Rs 3.19 lakh and the top end at Rs 4.02 lakh (both exshowroom Delhi). The company,...
  • Market timing: a scientific approach October 24, 2006

    Mumbai: There is a common saying in the market that you make profits when you sell, not when you buy. This simple statement underlines some of the key behavioral aspects of investing. If one were to understand, appreciate and follow this statement, making money at the stock markets...