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Google’s self-driving car unit sues Uber

Google’s self-driving car unit sues Uber

CALIFORNIA: Google’s self-driving car unit Waymo has sued Uber for stealing trade secrets and technology.

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Weibo will soon beat Twitter

Weibo will soon beat Twitter

BEIJING: Experts predicts that Weibo, Chinese version of twitter will soon beat its American counterpart Twitter in terms of monthly active users.

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Unexploded bomb of WWII found in British harbor

Unexploded bomb of WWII found in British harbor

LONDON: Crew working on Portsmouth harbor found an unexploded World War II-era bomb containing 290 pounds of explosive material.

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S.Korean women to be first in the world to have average age of 90

S.Korean women to be first in the world to have average age of 90

South Korean women will be the first in the world to have an average life expectancy above 90, a study suggests. Imperial College London and the World Health Organization analysed lifespans in 35 industrialised countries. It predicted all would see ...

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Four species of tiny frogs discovered in India

Four species of tiny frogs discovered in India

Scientists discovered four new species of tiny frogs in India.

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Woman holds her broken heart in hands

Woman holds her broken heart in hands

A woman held her broken heart in her hands after it was removed in a life-saving transplant. Lisa Salberg, 48, was diagnosed with a dangerous form of heart disease at just 12 years old and has undergone multiple operations to keep ...

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Federer in action on a boat on Valta River in Prague

Federer in action on a boat on Valta River in Prague

Roger Federer of Switzerland was in action on Monday in Prague not in a formal tennis court rather on a boat on Vltava River. The tennis star was in action in a game of miniature tennis on the Vltava River ...

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Poachers kill 80 pc elephants in Gabon  

Poachers kill 80 pc elephants in Gabon  

MIAMI: Poachers have killed 80 percent population of the elephants for ivory in the last decade in the central African nation of Gabon.

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Body of ‘Lonesome George’ returned to Galapagos Islands

Body of ‘Lonesome George’ returned to Galapagos Islands

The embalmed body of the giant tortoise known as Lonesome George, the last known survivor of a species that died out in 2012 , has been returned home to the Ecuadoran Galapagos Islands.

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Cayla doll banned in Germany

Cayla doll banned in Germany

BERLIN: Germany banned children’s internet connected doll ‘My Friend Cayla’ that is capable of listening to children’s conversation and responding in real time and declared it a concealed surveillance device.

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Eighth continent discovered in New Zealand  

Eighth continent discovered in New Zealand  

You think you know your seven continents? Think again, as there’s a new contender hoping to join that club. Say hello to Zealandia, a huge landmass almost entirely submerged in the southwest Pacific. It’s not a complete stranger, you might ...

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Seven years old girl asks Google for a job

Seven years old girl asks Google for a job

A seven years old British girl Chloe Bridgewater who sent a letter to Google’s boss requesting a job received a response from the company’s CEO Sundar Pichai.

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UAE announces to build first city on Mars by 2117

UAE announces to build first city on Mars by 2117

ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Vice President Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced to build first city on the Red Planet by 2117 in collaboration with specialised international organisations and scientific institutions.

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63 differences between US, British English revealed

63 differences between US, British English revealed

While Britain and the US may have historically shared a ‘special relationship’, it doesn’t mean they’re actually talking the same language. Anyone who has jumped across the pond to visit their transatlantic cousins will have noticed that the two nations ...

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footballer guilty of ‘unethical hair’

footballer guilty of ‘unethical hair’

Former Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan is among a group of more than 40 players deemed to have “unethical hair” under United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAEFA) guidelines. The 31-year-old Ghanaian isn on loan at Dubai-based Arabian Gulf League side Al ...

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Fat taxes could save billions in healthcare cost

Fat taxes could save billions in healthcare cost

Researchers revealed that billion of rupees could be saved by imposing taxes on unhealthy foods that contain salt, sugar and fat.

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Image of Russian envoy’s murder wins World Press Photo award

Image of Russian envoy’s murder wins World Press Photo award

An image of the assassination of Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov has won the World Press Photo award 2017.

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Hundreds of whales stranded on New Zealand beach

Hundreds of whales stranded on New Zealand beach

WELLINGTON: More than 400 whales were stranded on a New Zealand beach on Friday, with most of them dying quickly as frustrated volunteers desperately raced to save the survivors.

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Dogs can mirror their owners

Dogs can mirror their owners

A new research has found that dog can be the mirror of their owners.

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Scientists discover ancient undersea landslide in Australia

Scientists discover ancient undersea landslide in Australia

CANBERRA: Scientists working on the Great Barrier Reef found remnants of a massive undersea landslide that took place above 300,000 years ago.

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