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Woman accused of theft thrashed by cop, video goes viral

Published on 01-Mar-2015
A woman, accused of stealing jewellery of a passenger at a bus stand, was beaten up in full public view allegedly by a policeman, a video of which has gone viral. Screengrab

A woman, accused of stealing jewellery of a passenger at a bus stand, was beaten up in full public view allegedly by a policeman...

'Pakistan ranks third in global human slavery'

Published on 01-Mar-2015
Pakistan ranks third among a list of 167 countries where human slavery is most severe, a media report said on Sunday.Reuters File Photo For representation Purpose only

Pakistan ranks third among a list of 167 countries where human slavery is most severe, a media report said on Sunday...

Perfectly spherical chicken egg sold for 480 pounds

Published on 01-Mar-2015
A perfectly spherical chicken egg in the UK has fetched an unbelievable 480 pounds in an internet auction. AP File Photo

A perfectly spherical chicken egg in the UK has fetched an unbelievable 480 pounds in an internet auction...

Future computers could communicate with humans

Published on 01-Mar-2015
Humans may soon be able to talk to computers and robots the same way they talk to their friends, scientists say.DH File Photo For representation Purpose Only

Humans may soon be able to talk to computers and robots the same way they talk to their friends, scientists say...

First 'space selfie' sells for nearly 6,000 pounds at auction

Published on 01-Mar-2015
The first 'selfie' taken in space by NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin in 1966 has fetched almost 6,000 pounds - ten times its estimate - at an auction here. Reuters Photo

The first 'selfie' taken in space by NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin in 1966 has fetched almost 6,000 pounds - ten times its estimate - at...

'Sun has maximum impact when the Earth is cooler'

Published on 01-Mar-2015
Giving fresh insight into the role of the Sun in climate change, a new study shows its impact is not constant over time but has greater significance when the Earth is cooler.

Giving fresh insight into the role of the Sun in climate change, a new study shows its impact is not constant over time but has...

Google Glass-like motorcycle helmet to hit stands soon

Published on 01-Mar-2015
Real motorcycle riding may soon become a 3D videogame-like experience with an augmented reality motorcycle helmet..screen grab

Real motorcycle riding may soon become a 3D videogame-like experience with an augmented reality motorcycle helmet..

In Algeria, women 'imams' battle Islamist radicalisation

Published on 28-Feb-2015
Hundreds of female religious guides have been at the forefront of Algeria's battle against Islamic radicalisation since the civil war that devastated the North African country in the 1990s.

Hundreds of female religious guides have been at the forefront of Algeria's battle against Islamic radicalisation since the civil war...

Methane on Mars hints life existed there: NASA

Published on 28-Feb-2015
After an exhaustive analysis of data obtained during 605 Martian days, NASA's Curiosity rover has confirmed the presence of methane on Mars environment which may hint that life once existed on the Red Planet. AP File Photo

After an exhaustive analysis of data obtained during 605 Martian days, NASA's Curiosity rover has confirmed the presence of methane on Mars environment which may...

Pakistan loses 66-year-old Taj Mahal cinema

Published on 28-Feb-2015
A 66-year-old cinema in Pakistan has shut down -- mainly due to declining clientele. The Taj Mahal cinema in Abbottabad city, built in 1948, was being dismantled after its owner recently sold the property, the Dawn reported Saturday. Representational image

A 66-year-old cinema in Pakistan has shut down -- mainly due to declining clientele. The Taj Mahal cinema in Abbottabad city, built in 1948, was...

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Cambodian artists presenting dance-drama at the International Ramayana Mela...

Cambodian artists presenting dance-drama at the International Ramayana Mela...

Cyclist at the Rajpath as the national capital received early morning showers in New Delhi...

Cyclist at the Rajpath as the national capital received early morning showers in New Delhi...

A waterlogged street after the early morning showers in the national capital...

A waterlogged street after the early morning showers in the national capital...

A train moves through snow covered railway track as the region received heavy snowfall in Anantnag..

A train moves through snow covered railway track as the region received heavy snowfall in Anantnag..

Artists dressed up as Hindu deities Lord Krishna and Radha play Holi...

Artists dressed up as Hindu deities Lord Krishna and Radha play Holi...

People throw coloured powder as they celebrate Lathmar Holi at Nandgaon...

People throw coloured powder as they celebrate Lathmar Holi at Nandgaon...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the new Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mufti Mohammad Syeed..

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the new Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mufti Mohammad Syeed..

Sangakkara and Thirimanne celebrate beating England in their Cricket World Cup match in Wellington..

Sangakkara and Thirimanne celebrate beating England in their Cricket World Cup match in Wellington..

Sangakkara congratulates team mate Perera who celebrates talking the wicket of England's Morgan...

Sangakkara congratulates team mate Perera who celebrates talking the wicket of England's Morgan...

Pakistan players celebrate with wicket of Zimbabwe's Chamunorwa Chibhabha during the Pool B Cricket.

Pakistan players celebrate with wicket of Zimbabwe's Chamunorwa Chibhabha during the Pool B Cricket.

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