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Here's your weekly digest of the craziest and funniest stories from around the world. Meet the 'World's sexiest dwarf' Super-glamorous Karina Lemos is living proof that good things come in small......

Top moments from the week gone by

Here's a collection of some of the best photos, taken last week, from around the globe. Image: A lucky koala sat in first class on a trip from from Brisbane to Singapore as Australian airline......

The party's in Brazil!

The World Cup is being played in the football crazy country after 64 years and nothing excites the Brazilians more than the sacred game, says B S Prakash, India's former ambassador to Brazil. In......

Brazil's unusual protests -- and larger lessons from it

An objective observer can indeed see the improvement in all the social parameters in Brazil, but for the citizen the state of infrastructure, public transport, education and health is......

Is Silicon Valley reinventing itself?

The challenge is to go out and do something different; not one more 'application' to download, not one more 'Angry Birds', a YouTube sensation. Something is changing yet again in the innovation......

Coming soon: 'Green cars from pineapple, lemon'

Coming soon: 'Eco-friendly' cars made from pineapples or bananas, say scientists. A team at Sao Paulo State University in Brazil claims to have developed a more effective way to use fibre from......

A behavioural theory on why productivity declines

The impact of 'family first' on productivity in developing societies is yet to be modeled, says Agnikalam. Historically, social scientists, in particular economists, have been deeply concerned with......

Decline, recession, stagflation, crisis, crunch...

'Every slide in the power point presentation had a graph with years like 2006, 2008, 2010 on the X axis... Most lines seemed to lie inert horizontally and many seemed to dip despondently, except......

Mumbai needs a fully empowered 'manager'

If India is to have an international finance centre, it will emerge in a city that is already India's domestic financial fulcrum. In looking at infrastructure and governance, the MIFC Report leans......

Outsourcing: Beyond Bangalore!

After 10 months of working with software developers in Bangalore, India, Bill Wood was ready to call it quits. The local engineers would start a project, get a few months' experience, and then bolt......

Rio Olympics: A beginner's guide to rowing

As India’s Dattu Bhokanal will be competing in the men's singles sculls rowing event fat the Rio 2016 Olympics, on Saturday, here is a beginner's guide IMAGE: Australia's women's quadruple......

PHOTOS: World Cup wows fans after scintillating start

The opening round of games at the World Cup is almost over and the universal feeling is one of shock and awe.Fans have been served up a marvellous first few days of excitement, controversy and,......

World Cup chit-chat: Scolari has picked four captains for Brazil's squad

Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari knows his 23-man squadfor the World Cup finals and has chosen Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Julio Cesar and Fred to act as captains, he said on Thursday. "I have no......

In Brazil, the ball is the world

It is almost midnight and our visitor from Delhi after his 36 hour travel to Brasilia is fast asleep. I am still watching a late night mystery on television. Suddenly there are deafening cracker......
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Washington: Zika may linger in the blood of an infected baby for more than two months, suggests a new study from Brazil that raises concerns about... ...

http://news.statetimes.in/zika-virus-may-linger-babies-months-study/
Scientists levitate a ball with the power of sound

Sound has remarkable effects on the human mind. It can delight us, scare us, depress us and uplift us. But now, for the first time, physicists... ...

http://www.in.techradar.com/news/world-of-tech/Scientists-levitate-a-ball-with-the-power-of-sound/articleshow/53710182.cms
Breakthrough Discovery Helps Long Paralyzed Patients Regain Mobility and Feeling

Until now, nobody has seen recovery of mobility and feeling in long paralyzed patients due to spinal cord injuries. However, such patients have... ...

http://www.medindia.net/news/breakthrough-discovery-helps-long-paralyzed-patients-regain-mobility-and-feeling-162613-1.htm
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Six men and two women who had completely lost the use of their lower limbs all made significant progress, the researchers reported in the... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report-breakthrough-for-paraplegics-in-regained-mobility-study-2244892
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Athletes and foreign visitors have expressed concerns about catching the mosquito-borne disease. London: The risk of sports fans catching dengue... ...

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/risk-of-fans-catching-dengue-fever-at-rio-low-study-1442749

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