£250 mn: Amount Brits will spend on Kate-Will baby, Kim ‘never wants to get pregnant again’, Colombian Poet wants to sell testicles for $20K and now, four-legged robot that runs like cats. Read More.
Swiss researchers said Monday they have created a small four-legged, high-speed robot that runs like a cat in a bid to create a new breed of robots for use in search and rescue operations.
A Colombian poet is selling his testicles to pay for his upcoming European tour.
Kamal Hassan’s classic, the silent Pushpak, Wake Up Sid, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye are being showcased. But with three films, -- Lagaan, Dil Chahta Hai and 3 Iditots -- it’s Aamir Khan who is hogging the screen light at the film fest.
New mom Kim Kardashian has admitted that she doesn't want to go through another pregnancy, in the latest episode of her reality TV show- Keeping Up With The Kardashian.
After a member of Pakistan's National Assembly alleged that a PPP leader wore a 'million dollar watch', Twitter reports have claimed that the leader was none other that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
In addition to relinquishing lead responsibility for security, the US said Tuesday it will be holding direct talks with the Taliban in support of the Afghan reconciliation process, Yashwant Raj reports.
The Taliban today opened an office in Qatar in a bid to start "dialogue with the world" as US officials said they hoped to meet the insurgents within days, after the Afghan government took control of nationwide security from Nato troops.
US President Barack Obama sparred with Russia's Vladimir Putin over how to end the war in Syria on Monday during an icy encounter at a G8 summit where divisions over the conflict eclipsed the rest of the agenda.
President Karzai to send a team to Qatar for peace talks with Taliban, warns against exploitation of composite dialogue by a ‘third country’
Scientists claim to have discovered the culprit behind ‘bad hair days’ — copper piping in your house! Researchers found that washing with water containing the metal from copper pipes can lead to split ends and unmanageable hair.
China on Monday dismissed hints that former CIA employee-turned whistleblower Edward Snowden in hiding in Hong Kong was spying for Beijing and instead asked the US to explain to the world Snowden’s claim of wide-ranging internet surveillance by the US.
Major issues are chronic urban unemployment and more protests from sceptical farmers. Instead of creating wealth, urbanisation could result in a permanent underclass in big cities and destruction of a rural culture and religion, writes Ian Johnson for the New York Times.
The hope is to spare the women from life-threatening condition of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, wrtites Sarah Boseley for Guardian News Service.
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