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Israeli Parliament passes contentious Jewish nation law

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls the legislation’s passage a “historic moment in the history of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel.”

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This Jet Suit Lets You Fly Around Like "Iron Man"

The London store that's selling the jet suit offers training to anyone who buys it.

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Massive Diamond Cache Detected Beneath Earth's Surface

These are "the oldest and most immovable sections of rock that lie beneath the center of most continental tectonic plates," explained MIT in a statement.

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Indians Increased Salary Directly Related With Ease Of Falling Asleep

This survey might shock you! Indians have a direct correlation between increasing salary and ease of falling asleep, says an India Sleep and Wellness survey comm...

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The real battle between China & US lies elsewhere

Arriving in Beijing last month, I knew I would not be able to connect to Google, Facebook or Uber. As strange as it was to go without these staples of online life in the ...

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Benefits Of Eating In Silver Vessels!

If you have observed, many Indians still use silver plates to eat and use silver containers to store food. If you have thought that could just be a status symbol then you...

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How Does a Cat Brain Compare With a Human Brain?

Did you know that a cat's brain has 1,000 times more "data storage" than an iPad — and operates a million times faster? Size of head does NOT matter.

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Which is the best airline in the world? Hint: Not Qatar Airways or Emirates!

Korean Air | Ranked at the 10th spot, Korean Air owns 164 aircraft (138 passenger and 26 cargo) and operates scheduled flights to 123 cities in 43 countries worldwide, in...

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Here’s how you can sail through 2018 with these 5 luxury cruise experiences

From the cradle of the ancient civilisation in Greece to the high-octane adrenaline rush of modern sports in Monaco Grand Prix, witness the world aboard the best cruises.

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5.7-magnitude earthquake hits off Vanuatu island nation

A 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit north-west of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu on Monday, the US Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of casualt...

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Cancer will kill 5.5 million women per year by 2030: Report

Cancer will kill 5.5 million ladies - about the number of inhabitants in Denmark - every year by 2030, an almost 60% expansion in under two decades, a report said Tuesday...

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Mexico fireworks market blast kills at least 29, scores hurt

Tultepec: At least 29 people died in a massive explosion at a fireworks market outside the Mexican capital on Tuesday. The blast at the San Pablito fireworks market i...

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Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin’s son arrested by NIA in terror funding case

The National Investigating Agency on Tuesday arrested Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin’s son Syed Shahid Yusuf in connection with a terror funding in Jammu a...

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Singapore to pay bonus to all citizens after surplus budget

All Singapore nationals aged 21 and above will get a bonus ranging from S$100 to S$300, depending on their income, because of the country’s surplus budget.

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Sikkim standoff: China issues safety advisory for its citizens travelling to India

New Delhi: In the wake of an armed force go head to head and chill in ties over Dokalam remain off, China has issued a wellbeing admonitory to its natives making a trip t...

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SpaceX launches Bangladesh’s first communications satellite

Bangabandhu-1, was placed into Earth orbit at 4:47 p.m. EDT (2:17 a.m IST), just 33 minutes after launch

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Richard Thaler, who showed how human traits affect markets, wins 2017 Nobel Prize in economics

US economist Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Economics Prize for his contributions in the field of behavioural economics, showing how human traits affect supposedly rat...

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Aadhaar mandatory for filling BHU admission forms online

The Banaras Hindu University administration has made Aadhaar mandatory for filling online forms for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the university.

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A visit to Disneyland in Paris is not just for the kids. There’s something for everyone

From shopping, restaurants, dancing, shows, a cinema and more, the most promised tourist destination has something for the whole family.

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Pakistan court allows Indian woman to return home

Islamabad: A Pakistan court on Wednesday requested that an Indian lady, who was allegedly forced to marry a Pakistani man at gunpoint, be ousted to her nation, a media re...

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"Is This Halloween Or Something?" US Man Asked Muslim Woman With Veil

It was around this point that other customers scattered around the coffee shop took notice.

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Mindfulness ! What is it?

Long long back, I was living in Virginia. It was particularly stressful time in my life. On recommendation of a friend, I joined a mindfulness course.

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Nasa astronaut Gene Cernan, last man to walk on the moon, dies at 82

Former astronaut Gene Cernan, the keep going person to walk on the moon who came back to Earth with a message of "peace and hope for all mankind," passed on Mon...

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Delhi’s pollution hotspots: Vehicles and factories suffocate Shahdara

Home to over 60,000 families, Shahdara is one of the most densely populated districts of Delhi, also one of the most polluted

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Marx, The Humanist

Karl Marx envisioned a world where humans are not abstracted by societies or commodities

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China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory,blames India for Sikkim trouble

China on Tuesday blamed the Indian military for attack into its territory along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Sikkim and discouraging its armed force staff from com...

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Social Media: The Most Dangerous Echo Chamber

With every passing day of my settling down in India, I am finding how the change in India and USA has been parallel. In USA I have seen the two political parties getting ...

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