Wanted Australian ISIS recruiter killed in US airstrike in Iraq

Wanted Australian ISIS recruiter killed in US airstrike in Iraq

New York: Australian ISIS recruiter Neil Prakash, who called on his countrymen to start attacking before being attacked, has been killed in a U.S. airstrike in northern Iraq’s Mosul city.   Australian Attorney General George Brandis said that Prakash was...
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In China, a baby is born with 15 fingers and 16 toes

Hunan: Almost four-month-old Hong Hong has 31 fingers and toes. His parents are now pleading for financial help for their son who is suffering from a genetic disorder called polydactylism.   The shocked parents said there were no indications of...
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IPL 2016: Delhi Daredevils vs Rising Pune Supergiants, Preview – Match 33 at Feroz Shah Kotla

New Delhi: A supremely confident Delhi Daredevils return to their den and have a struggling and injury-ravaged Rising Pune Supergiants in their firing line up next in the Indian Premier League here tomorrow.   Injuries to key players such as...
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Jolla Secures Additional Funding to Develop and License Sailfish OS

Jolla Secures Additional Funding to Develop and License Sailfish OS

Jolla, the Finnish mobile company and developer of open mobile operating system Sailfish OS, announced that it has secured $12 million (roughly Rs. 79 crores) in new financing to advance its OS licensing business, following its last fund-raise in December...
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BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur proposes 10 years of jail term for fixers in private bill​

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur proposes 10 years of jail term for fixers in private bill​

New Delhi: BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, who is also a Lok Sabha MP, has introduced three private member bills including a significant ‘National Sports Ethics Commission’ bill which recommends “10 years of jail term” for any sportspers...
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In Slumping Tablet Market, Apple Still Rules

Global sales of tablet computers extended their slide in early 2016, with some bright spots at the low end of the market and more expensive “detachables,” a survey showed Thursday. Overall sales of tablets fell 14.7 percent in the first...
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Hitting the retweet button makes you forget what you read!

Hitting the retweet button makes you forget what you read!

New Delhi: As per a recent study, retweeting could make you forget what you read. Researchers suggest that if you want to maintain an interesting post in mind that you came across on social media, do not hit the share...
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Cyber-bullying increases aggression in teenagers: Study

Cyber-bullying increases aggression in teenagers: Study

Bullying, whether face-to-face or online, hampers a child’s mental or cognitive growth drastically. Bullying has become increasingly rampant across the world, with new stories doing the rounds every couple of days. Since present times are all about the d...
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ISIS developing Google-style driverless cars for attacks

London: Islamic State (ISIS) technicians are working to develop a Google-style driverless car that could navigate itself into a crowded area before detonating an explosive device, aNATO security expert has warned. ISIS’ research and development departmen...
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Rare IS bombings in southern Iraq kill 33

Rare IS bombings in southern Iraq kill 33

Najaf: The Islamic State group carried out rare attacks in Iraq`s deep Shiite south Sunday, killing at least 33 people with twin suicide car bomb blasts in the city of Samawa.  “The hospitals have received 33 dead,” a senior official...
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