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London, Oct 25 (ANI): Pro-democracy Protest leaders in Hong Kong would ballot their followers on whether they should accept the government's offer or end their protests.
J.K. Rowling to release short story from 'Harry Potter' universe Oct 25, 11:18 am
Washington, Oct 25 (ANI): J.K. Rowling gives fans yet another medium to stay in the Harry Potter universe as she is now planning to release short story based on the magical world.
Pollution level increases in India post-Diwali Oct 24, 5:00 pm
Mumbai/Nagpur/Raipur/New Delhi, Oct.24 (ANI): Pollution levels have risen significantly following the excessive use of fireworks during Diwali.
Why some toddlers stare at faces rather than objects Oct 24, 3:53 pm
London, Oct 24 (ANI): In a new study, scientists have pointed to the fact that an infant's preference for a person's face, rather than an object, was associated with lower levels of callous and unemotional behaviors in toddlerhood.
Exposure to sunshine slows weight gain, diabetes Oct 24, 12:26 pm
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): A new study has revealed that exposure to moderate amounts of sunshine may slow the development of obesity and diabetes.
London, Oct 24 (ANI): Stricken Formula One legend Michael Schumacher's doctor, who treated him for nearly six months following his brain injury in a skiing accident, has said that the former champion has made some progress.
Kochi Airport on high alert after bomb threat Oct 24, 12:05 pm
New Delhi, Oct.24 (ANI): Kerala's Kochi Airport has been put on high alert on the orders of the Airports Authority of India following receipt of a bomb threat.
Turkey to allow access of 200 Iraqi Peshmerga fighters to fight IS militants in Syria's Kobane Oct 24, 9:53 am
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has reportedly said that an agreement has been reached for 200 Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters to pass through Turkey and join the Syrian Kurdish forces battling the Islamic State (IS) in the Syrian town of Kobane.
Scientists observe third significant Solar flare in 2 days Oct 23, 1:46 pm
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory has recently captured images of the third substantial Solar flare, which occurred on Oct. 22 in the lower half of the sun, in two days.
New Delhi, Oct. 22 (ANI): Asserting that his party would not let the government negate or dilute the 1973 Coal Nationalisation Act in any form, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury on Wednesday said the requirements of the state electricity boards and the public sector units like the NTPC must be met first before considering on the needs of private players.
New Delhi, Oct 22 (ANI): Pakistan made a slow start to their first innings on the opening day of the first Test, as they struggle to find pace against the Australian bowlers.
Washington, Oct 22 (ANI): Shia LaBeouf has recently opened about his drug-habit and falling out relationships with his co-actors and directors in an interview.
Exhausted parent David Arquette has blowout with fiancee Oct 22, 2:11 pm
Washington, Oct 22 (ANI): David Arquette was recently spotted storming away from celeb hotspot Craig's as his teary-eyed fiancee begged him to come back.
London, Oct 22 (ANI): Manchester City's hopes of making it to the Champions League's knockout stage suffered a major blow as CSKA Moscow held them to a 2-2 draw, despite Manuel Pellegrini side's two-goal lead against the hosts.
India, Nepal sign power trade agreement Oct 22, 12:19 pm
New Delhi, Oct. 22 (ANI): India and Nepal have inked a Power Trade Agreement (PTA) that reportedly allows for the exchange of electricity and the opening up new areas of cooperation in the hydropower sector.
Bangalore school principal promises to nab perpetrators of rape of 3-year-old girl(Update/Rape) Oct 22, 12:19 pm
Bangalore, Oct. 22 (ANI): Seeking to pacify agitated parents, the principal of a private school in Bangalore on Wednesday maintained that the institution would abide by the law and use all of its resources to nab the perpetrators of the alleged rape of a three-year-old Lower Kinder Garden student.
New Delhi, Oct.22 (ANI): Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Dr. Jitendra Singh on Tuesday announced an over 50 per cent hike in the fellowship amount received by various categories of young research scientists.
Six major tasks before Afghanistan's unity government Oct 22, 8:57 am
Kabul, Oct.22 (ANI): The peaceful transition, the first ever in the history of Afghanistan, to a unity government, led by President Ashraf Ghani and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah as CEO has, to great extent, given Afghanistan a sigh of relief, following the fiercely contested elections and respite to the major stakeholders in the region.
Bokaro, Oct. 21 (ANI): Maoists blew up a portion of a railway track in Jharkhand's Bokaro District, which resulted in the disruption of train services.
Now, laser tractor beam that can repel and attract objects Oct 21, 1:06 pm
Washington, Oct 21 (ANI): scientists have built a tractor beam that can repel and attract objects, using a hollow laser beam that is bright around the edges and dark in its centre.
KP is 'a guy who commands huge respect' for Morgan Oct 21, 12:04 pm
Wellington, Oct 21 (ANI): England batsman Eoin Morgan has said that his former teammate Kevin Pietersen is a guy who commands huge respect and believes that the strength of the national cricket team in the wake of the ousted batsman's autobiography would be measured by the way in which the team performs at the World Cup.
Australian senator says decision to allow burqas in Parliament will make Islamic extremists 'smile' Oct 20, 3:52 pm
Melbourne, Oct 20 (ANI): Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie says that the decision to allow burqas to be worn in Australia's Parliament will make Islamic extremists "smile".
Natural gas expansion not enough to slow climate change Oct 20, 3:26 pm
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): In a new study, scientists have found that natural gas alone was not enough to slow the growth of global greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.
Low Carbon emissions can be beneficial for developing countries Oct 20, 3:08 pm
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): Scientists have revealed that expanding energy access increases CO2 emissions but in India and other developing countries it could have positive effects and very little effect on climate change.
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): Following Jessie J's recent saucy 'X Factor' performance, One Direction star Niall Horan asked her to "marry" him over Twitter.
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