Copenhagen, May 2 (IANS) A Danish TV series, styled on popular show "X Factor", has caused outrage after parading women without a stitch on in the programme. The primetime show features a "series of silent women who walk in to a studio and slip out of their bathrobes in front of a leering host and his guest", reports thesun.co.uk.
Copenhagen, April 24 (IANS) Scientists have linked diabetes and poor growth to a protein involved in hormone regulation, says a study.
Copenhagen, March 19 (IANS) Danish cyclist Rolf Soerensen has admitted that he had used blood-boosting EPO and cortisone in the 1990s. Sorensen won a silver medal in the road race at the 1996 Olympic Games but admitted Monday that he had used performance enhancing drugs during this time, reports Xinhua
Copenhagen, March 6 (IANS) Danish forward Nicklas Bendtner was Tuesday fined 842,000 Danish kroner (about $150,000) by a local court for drunk-driving in downtown Copenhagen. Bendtner was put on trial in Copenhagen district court Tuesday and according to the indictment his blood alcohol count was as high as 1.75, reports Xinghua. Furthermore he did not have a valid driver's license as his English license expired September 1, 2012.
Copenhagen, Feb 19 (IANS) Several new rules for rowing were adopted at the Extraordinary Congress of the International Rowing Federation (FISA) here. At this year's Congress, 87 delegates from 51 member federations discussed and debated over Feb 15-17 the proposed changes to the statutes and rules that can better reflect the core values of the sport, reports Xinhua.
Copenhagen, Feb 19 (IANS) German supermarket chain Lidl in Denmark has found traces of horse meat in a pasta dish, the supermarket has announced.
Copenhagen, Feb 8 (IANS) A revolutionary new technique converts all kinds of biomass into high grade crude bio-oil, which can potentially replace fossil fuel, by the virtue of being similar to natural crude.
Copenhagen, Feb 3 (IANS) An impulsive approach to food, alcohol or drug often develops into full blown addiction, with deleterious effects -- but a new drug may help people quell these uncontrollable urges. For instance, modafinil (Provigil), a drug originally developed to increase wakefulness, may help some people cut down on drinking by regulating their impulses, according Lianne Schmaal and colleagues, who conducted the study at the University of Amsterdam. Although modafinil is for the treatment of several sleep disorders, it has been shown to enhance cognition
Not one Indian think tank figures in the Global 50 annual list for 2012 released by the University of Pennsylvania end-January.
Copenhagen, Feb 1 (IANS) Denmark's top cyclist Michael Rasmussen has admitted to extensive use of doping for 12 years, dealing a further blow to the sport since Lance Armstrong's confession Rasmussen said at a press conference Thursday in the city of Herning, western Denmark, that he doped continuously from 1998 to 2010 during his professional cycling career, reports Xinhua. He was the overall leader of the 2007 Tour de France until he was kicked out for not giving details of his whereabouts as he missed pre-race doping tests.
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