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S-512 Supersonic Jet With Thin Display Screens

- shilpi sharma   19-02-2014

A company building a supersonic jet says it plans to replace cabin windows with thin display screens embedded in the wall.Cameras recording outside the aircraft will display pictures on the screens. Spike Aerospace, which is designing the plane, says drag will be reduced by removing windows, which "

Pak Bombs Taliban Hideouts, 15 Killed

- AKSHAY GOEL   19-02-2014

Pakistani jets bombed Taliban hideouts in a northwestern tribal district, killing at least 15 people, security officials said.The airstrikes in the country's troubled North Waziristan come a day after Taliban insurgents said they are ready to observe a ceasefire to allow the resumption of stalled peace talks, provided Pakistanisecurity

100 Tons Radioactive Water Leak In Japan

- AKSHAY GOEL   19-02-2014

 A new leak of 100 tons of highly radioactive water has been discovered at Fukushima, the plant's operator said on Thursday after it revealed only one of nine thermometers in a crippled reactor was still working.The toxic water is no longer escaping from a storage tank on the

Internet Law: Turkish President Loses Twitter Followers

- Paromita Balodi   18-02-2014

President of Turkey, Abdullah Gul, loses almost 80,000 Twitter followers after he signed a controversial bill increasing government controls over the Internet into law.Abdullah Gul, who has more than 4 million followers on Twitter, announced in a tweet that he had given a formal consent on the legislation following government assurances

Now You Can Read JK Rowling's Crime Novel

- shilpi sharma   18-02-2014

JK Rowling, celebrated British author of the popular Harry Potter series, has penned her second crime novel under a pseudonym to be published in June. The Silkworm, to be published on June 19, will again feature Cormoran Strike, the private detective Rowling introduced in 2013′s ‘The Cuckoo’s

Nun To Be Jailed Over Nuke Plant Protest

- Jyoti Singh   18-02-2014

According to sources, an 84-year-old nun has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for breaking into a US nuclear weapons complex and defacing a bunker holding bomb-grade uranium. It was a demonstration that exposed serious security flaws. Along with Megan Rice, the nun, there were two more

Singapore Passes Law To Keep Order In Little India

- Jyoti Singh   18-02-2014

Singapore allowed the police to continue to take calibrated measures to maintain public order and calm in Little India, the scene of worst riot in 40 years in the city state. The Public Order (Additional Temporary Measures) Bill will be effective for a year in the district, where some 400 migrant

US & Allies See Iran's Missile As Nuclear Threat

- Jyoti Singh   18-02-2014

The US said Iran must deal with matters related to its ballistic missiles before a comprehensive resolution can be reached on its controversial nuclear programme.  White House spokesman Jay Carney at a conference said,  "They have to deal with matters related to their ballistic missile programme that

Child Porn Operation Inside School

- AKSHAY GOEL   18-02-2014

Philippine government agents have raided an alleged Internet child porn operation based in a school and arrested its president and eight other people. Reuters Cybercrime investigation head Ronald Aguto says the suspects used a room at the Mountaintop Christian Academy in Metropolitan Manila to post images and video on

Baghdad Bomb Blast Kills 49

- AKSHAY GOEL   18-02-2014

49 people were killed in a series of bomb attacks in Iraq and there were damages in several parts of Baghdad. Nine people died in car bomb explosions that targeted mosques in the Iraqi capital’s predominantly Shi’ite districts of Amil and Karrada.In the worst attack,

Footloose in Basel

- Madan M. Mathur   18-02-2014

Although international travel is becoming more and more expensive, with the declining value of the Indian rupee, Switzerland still remains a once-in-a-lifetime dream-destination for holiday-makers all over the world. To make it easier, a variety of dependable and well-structured package-tours are now available, which will take you to the most

Mumbai Indians coach Jonty Rhodes speaks up

- Gayatri T Rao   18-02-2014

Sports was always a part of my life,” says Jonty Rhodes, the coach of the Mumbai Indians. His mother played tennis and his father was a former athlete and rugby scrum-half. The former South African cricketer and hockey player believes that schoolchildren should be encouraged to play as much

Genesis of the Guinness Book of World Records

- T. Rajagopalan   18-02-2014

The most spectacular of the string of TV telecasts had been doubtless The World of Guinness Book of Records (WGBR), that I used to view without fail, on Sunday mornings. After witnessing one breath-catching installment of the programme, my daughter was leaving for a competitive examination, when I asked her

Imprisonment of Mandela and Nehru

- T. Rajagopalan   18-02-2014

Nelson Mandela, the iconic South African leader, was lodged in a small cell in a high-security prison, in the Robben Island of South Africa, for an incredible 27 years, for opposing the apartheid policy of the White regime. The only ray of happiness for Mandela, during his cruel and protracted incarceration,

A stopover in splendid Xi'an

- Sujata Patnaik   18-02-2014

One of the reasons I could relate to Xi’an (pronounced Shee-ahn), was that Hieun Tsang had propagated the Buddhist faith in China from this very place, after his Indian sojourn. Hieun Tsang or Xuanzang, a Buddhist monk, pilgrim, scholar and translator, had visited India in 630 AD during Harsha

Trek to Air Itam at Penang

- Murli Menon   18-02-2014

I booked into the City Bayview Hotel, in Penang. It was the middle of August, but the weather was pleasant. Penang is an island in Malaysia, 350 km from Kuala Lumpur. The excellent highway makes driving a pleasure and it takes five hours to reach Penang from Kuala Lumpur. Penang is

John Travolta Wishes To Be Next Bond Villain

- shilpi sharma   17-02-2014

Hollywood star John Travolta says he would love to play the baddie in the next installment of the 007 series. The Pulp Fiction star revealed he and Bond producer Barbara Broccoli have discussed the possibility of him playing 007's foe in the untitled 24th Bond film, reported magazine. "

Italy recalls India's Ambassador

- Jyoti Singh   17-02-2014

The two marines, Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone, who are staying at the Italian embassy in New Delhi, are accused of killing two Indian fishermen they mistook for pirates while guarding a cargo ship in 2012.  According to reports, Italy recalled its ambassador from India in protest over a new

Samsung Smart-Phones Outsell Feature Phones

- Jyoti Singh   17-02-2014

According to a study, Samsung smartphones have reportedly outsold feature phones for the first time. Research firm Gartner found that smartphone sales totalled 968 million units in 2013, representing growth of 42.3 percent over the previous year since people are increasingly making a great shift towards smart phones.According to a website, it

US Sikh Challenges Congress Party Plea

- shilpi sharma   17-02-2014

US Sikh Human Rights group in New York has challenged a motion filed by India's Congress Party for dismissing of a Human Rights Violation case relating to the 1984 Anti-Sikh Violence.In a 32-page message reminder of law filed with the US Federal Court Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) argues that


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