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American teen named as world's highest whistler  Apr 23, 6:19 pm
London, April 23 (ANI): Walker Harnden, a 19-year-old music student at the University of North Carolina School of Arts has become the highest whistler in the world.
Facebook accounts for 51% of social logins in North America  Apr 23, 2:55 pm
Washington, Apr 23 (ANI): Facebook reportedly powers more than half of all social logins, according to latest data.
Is this the greatest basketball hoop ever?  Apr 23, 2:37 pm
Washington, Apr. 23 (ANI): American basketball player Kevin Durant scored a basket with a near-impossible, off-balance shot while falling out of bounds for the three-pointer and making the subsequent foul shot for a four-point play.
US lawyers gearing up for filing MH370 lawsuits as 45 days waiting period ends  Apr 23, 1:24 pm
Washington, Apr. 23 (ANI): Families of the passengers in the missing MH370 plane can now file a lawsuit in American courts against U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co.
VMware to invest $500M in India over next three years  Apr 22, 4:35 pm
Washington, Apr 22 (ANI): American software company VMware is reportedly planning to invest up to 500 million dollars in India over the next three years.
Samsung files 'patent-infringement' suit against Apple  Apr 22, 4:35 pm
Washington, Apr 22 (ANI): Samsung has filed a 'patent-infringement' case against Apple saying that the American multinational infringed the '239 patent in its iPhone through the use of FaceTime.
America's first feline coffee shop opening up in NYC  Apr 22, 1:39 pm
New York, Apr 22 (ANI): Cat lovers in New York city will soon have the perfect place to grab their coffee, as pet food maker Purina is opening a pop-up cat cafe at 168 Bowery on Thursday, and billing it as America's first feline coffee shop.
Fed court orders Obama administration to release memos justifying drone strikes on Americans  Apr 22, 12:14 pm
Washington, Apr 22 (ANI): The Obama administration has been ordered by a federal appeals court to release a revised version of secret memos justifying the use of drones to kill American citizens suspected of terrorism overseas.
MH370 passengers' loved ones criticise Malaysian government of mismanaging investigation  Apr 22, 11:46 am
Sydney, Apr. 22 (ANI): The Malaysian government has reportedly been criticised by family members of the passengers lost on the missing Malaysia Airlines 370 as they said that the investigation into the missing flight has been mismanaged.
Meb Keflezighi becomes first American male since 1983 to win Boston Marathon  Apr 22, 10:40 am
Washington, Apr 22 (ANI): American long distance runner Meb Keflezighi has become the first man from his country to win the men's race of the Boston Marathon since 1983.
How Chelsea's pregnancy could affect Hillary's presidential bid  Apr 21, 3:19 pm
Washington, Apr. 21 (ANI): Chelsea Clinton's pregnancy announcement has triggered a wave of assumptions and speculations among political analysts, who believe that the news could prove to be a game changer for Hillary Clinton.
Microsoft mulling renaming Nokia Oyj to Microsoft Oy: Reports  Apr 21, 2:19 pm
Washington, Apr 21 (ANI): The American software giant Microsoft is reportedly planning to rename the Nokia Oyj to Microsoft Oy, when the acquisition deal is closed.
'Captain America' tops box office charts for third week with $26.6 m earnings  Apr 21, 1:35 pm
London, April 21 (ANI): 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' retained it's numero uno position at the box office for third successive week, adding another 26 million dollars to its accounts, according to reports.
'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' reigns US box office for third week  Apr 21, 1:10 pm
Washington, April 21 (ANI): 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' has topped the US box office for the third week in a row.
Michelle Obama to star in ABC Drama `Nashville`  Apr 21, 12:25 pm
Washington, April 21 (ANI): Michelle Obama is set to join the cast of American musical drama 'Nashville' as a guest star.
Pakistani Taliban infighting putting peace deal in jeopardy: NYT  Apr 21, 11:22 am
New York, Apr. 21 (ANI): The growing internal disputes within the Pakistani Taliban are reportedly raising questions on the outfit's ability to continue peace talks with the government.
Kuchar bunks spectacular last birdie to clinch RBC Heritage tournament   Apr 21, 11:02 am
Washington, Apr. 21 (ANI): American golfer Matt Kuchar reportedly holed a bunker shot at the last clinch to clinch a one-shot RBC Heritage tournament victory to finish his run of final-round disappointments in spectacular style.
Miss America Nina Davuluri asks school to reverse suspension for student's prom stunt  Apr 21, 9:46 am
Washington, April 21 (ANI): Miss America Nina Davuluri has pleaded with a high school in Pennsylvania to reconsider their decision of suspending a student, who asked her to go to the prom with him.
Liverpool owner John W Henry says PL title bid 'ahead of schedule' for club  Apr 20, 3:34 pm
London, Apr. 20 (ANI): Liverpool owner John W Henry has said that the club's Premier League title bid is 'ahead of schedule'.
Juventus-SC boss Celso Teixeira may be banned for calling lineswoman 'hot chick'  Apr 20, 11:27 am
London, Apr. 20 (ANI): Juventus-SC boss Celso Teixeira may reportedly face a hefty ban for allegedly calling a lineswoman 'a hot chick' as she ran the line in front of him.
US student suspended for asking Miss America to be prom date  Apr 19, 3:32 pm
Washington, Apr.19 (ANI): A student of Central York High School was suspended for three days after he asked Miss America Nina Davuluri to the prom at a school event even after he was asked by the school administration to shelve his plan.
Most Americans are wary of futuristic science and tech  Apr 18, 4:23 pm
Washington, Apr 18 (ANI): A new survey suggests that Americans are generally excited about the new technology they expect to see in their lifetimes, but when confronted with some advances that already appear possible they get nervous.
Putin tells Snowden Russia doesn't spy like NSA   Apr 18, 3:21 pm
Washington, Apr 18 (ANI): Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that Moscow does not carry out mass surveillance programmes like the US' National Security Agency.
Internet can help reduce depression among elderly  Apr 18, 12:58 pm
Washington, Apr 18 (ANI): A new research that followed the lives of thousands of retired older Americans for six years, found that Internet use among the elderly can reduce the chances of depression by more than 30 percent.
Majority of Americans do not consider Obama 'black'  Apr 17, 1:30 pm
Washington, Apr 17, (ANI): America's first man, Barack Obama became very famous as the first Black president of America but half of American people consider him mixed-race.
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