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Indian-origin student lies that her ex strangled and beat her, now jailed

An Indian-origin university student has been jailed in the United Kingdom for 15 months for faking evidence to claim her ex-boyfriend raped and strangled her. Natasha Uttamsingh wanted to keep......

PSLV to launch five foreign satellites in July

The launch, scheduled for July 10, will be just the fifth dedicated to carrying only satellites from abroad. It will be the first such launch utilising the most powerful version of the rocket, PSLV......

Houston, we have a problem: Mars One's mission delayed by 2 years

Mars One's ambitious mission to send four people to colonise the red planet in 2024, which includes three Indians among its 100 finalists, has been pushed back by two years. Mars One, a......

WTF NEWS: It's Weird, True and Funny!

Here's your weekly digest of the craziest and funniest stories from around the world. One hell of a mugshotNathaniel Follette was not a happy man when policemen arrested him from a grocery......

Do you know these 10 famous Scots?

Scotland will vote on whether it will be an independent country or will remain a part of the United Kingdom on September 18. Independence will end a 305-year-old union with England and break up......

Blackberry mulls a germ-free smartphone

The average smartphone may contain thousands of germs but that could soon change as the Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry is planning to develop a bacteria-free phone, specifically for use in......

Your smartphone may harbour disease-causing bacteria

Long after we have swiped and tapped our smartphones, sent or received personal texts, our devices retain a biological history of our actions, researchers said. Smartphone users, beware! Your phone......

FinMin appoints Ila Patnaik as principal economic advisor

Noted economist Ila Patnaik has been appointed principal economic advisor in the Union finance ministry. Her appointment comes at a time when the Centre is working as a caretaker government and the......

India puts world's first smartphone in space

India has become the world's first country to launch a smartphone into space -- loaded with a number of experimental 'Apps', some serious and some just for fun.The British-built Strand-1......

Malware targeting govt institutions globally discovered

Red October, a virus designed for targeting government institutions like embassies, nuclear research centers, oil and gas institutes, has been discovered by researchers in Russia. The malware,......

Women's Day Special: Iconic On-screen ladies

'Women are like teabags. We don't know our true strength until we are in hot water.' -- Eleanor Roosevelt. Gentle as a bird, fiercer than a storm, a woman can be a whole lot of extremes and yet a......

Who is Katie Melua?

Katie Melua is the singer of this year's most successful album in the UK, Call Off The Search. Her single, The closest thing to crazy, evoked instant response among listeners. Here is what you......

Noteworthy statistics from first-class and Ranji Trophy

Maharashtra’s Swapnil Gugale and Ankit Bawane set a new record in the Ranji Trophy championship against Delhi, by adding 594 runs for the third wicket without being separated. This is now the......

England pick uncapped Ansari in spin strong squad for Pakistan Tests in UAE

Uncapped Surrey all-rounder Zafar Ansari was named in England's squad on Tuesday for the forthcoming three Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates.Left-armer Ansari, 23, is the......

Clarke to play Twenty20 cricket in Melbourne

Australia Test skipper Michael Clarke's will captain the Melbourne Stars in Australia's Big Bash League for the next two seasons after not playing Twenty20 for three years. The announcement was......

Images: Spain crowned world champions

Spain won the World Cup for the first time when they beat Netherlands 1-0 after extra time thanks to a goal by midfielder Andres Iniesta. With penalties looming for the second successive final......

Winter Olympics: Golden day for US athletes

Shaun White, Lindsey Vonn and Shani Davis all struck gold on Wednesday as the United States transformed a bleak Vancouver Olympics into their own winter wonderland with a dazzling show of......
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UAE explores academic cooperation in Britain

United Arab Emirate's Supreme Council member and ruler of Sharjah Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi visited Britain's University of Surrey and... ...

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Carbon footprint of crime has fallen

A study has found that the carbon footprint of crime over the last 20 years has fallen.The University of Surrey study applied estimates of the... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ani/carbon-footprint-of-crime-has-fallen-117033100559_1.html
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South Asian women may be more susceptible to osteoporosis and fractures in later life as they experience breakdown of bone tissues at a quicker... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/south-asian-women-at-higher-risk-of-osteoporosis-study-117032300418_1.html
Gay, lesbians less likely to get leadership position

If you are a gay or lesbian woman, chances are that you may face discrimination and be considered inadequate while seeking top positions at... ...

http://www.prokerala.com/news/articles/a726722.html
Pram covers a must as babies more affected from air pollution

Parents, use pram covers to protect your babies while accompanying older siblings on the school run, as young children are twice as likely to be... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ani/pram-covers-a-must-as-babies-more-affected-from-air-pollution-117031000115_1.html

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