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UK teens unique invention: Condoms that change colour to detect STIs

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UK teens unique invention: Condoms that change colour to detect STIs

Guess what a group of schoolchildren in the UK invented? Colour-changing condoms, for...

Watch: Scientists show you what happens when you put a Coke can into liquid nitrogen

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Watch: Scientists show you what happens when you put a Coke can into liquid nitrogen

In a video which made us believe that atypical 'mad scientist' does not just exist in...

Discovered: Here's why parrots can talk like humans

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Discovered: Here's why parrots can talk like humans

Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found key structural differences in the...

Alien alert! Pyramid like structure on Ceres seen in NASA photographs

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Alien alert! Pyramid like structure on Ceres seen in NASA photographs

Something interesting is brewing on the dwarf planet Ceres. The largest asteroid in the...

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Greece offers conditional okay to bailout, Germany sceptical

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Greece offers conditional okay to bailout, Germany sceptical

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has told international creditors Athens could accept their bailout offer if some conditions were changed, but Germany said it could not negotiate while Greece was headed ...


Nothing is free, DGCA will decide on charging extra for check-in baggage, says Aviation Minister

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Nothing is free, DGCA will decide on charging extra for check-in baggage, says Aviation Minister

New Delhi: The Civil Aviation Ministry is clearly divided over charging extra for carrying check-in baggage in low-cost airlines. Union Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Tuesday contradicted Minister o...

Nothing is free, DGCA will decide on charging extra for check-in baggage, says Aviation Minister

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Nothing is free, DGCA will decide on charging extra for check-in baggage, says Aviation Minister

New Delhi: The Civil Aviation Ministry is clearly divided over charging extra for carrying check-in baggage in low-cost airlines. Union Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Tuesday contradicted Minister o...

#SelfieWithGirlfriend: New York Times troll Digvijaya too, by mistake

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#SelfieWithGirlfriend: New York Times troll Digvijaya too, by mistake

As #SelfieWithDaughter dominated Twitter trends and made headlines around the world, New York Times committed a gaffe of epic proportions. All of Indiaturned up for a father-daughter selfie on Prime M...

FIR filed against Karnataka Lokayukta's son in connection with alleged bribery scandal

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FIR filed against Karnataka Lokayukta's son in connection with alleged bribery scandal

Bengaluru: An FIR was on Wednesday filed against Karnataka Lokayukta Bhaskar Rao's son in connection with an alleged bribery scandal, as the issue rocked the assembly and pressure mounted for the exit...

Gujarat: Heavy rains wash away 14,600 hectares of farmland, Amreli  worst hit

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Gujarat: Heavy rains wash away 14,600 hectares of farmland, Amreli worst hit

Gandhinagar: Heavy rains followed by floods in several parts of Gujarat washed away more than 14,600 hectares of farmland last week and severely damaged crops, according to a primary estimate by the s...

Major relief for Nestle, UK Food Standards Agency says Maggi produced in India safe to eat

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Major relief for Nestle, UK Food Standards Agency says Maggi produced in India safe to eat

In a major relief for Nestle, UK Food Standards Agency gave a clean chit to Maggi produced in India saying it is safe to eat. The agency said that levels of lead in the product was within the EU permi...