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US-born Indian to play Mowgli in 'Jungle Book: Origins'
New Delhi, Aug 22 : Young actor Rohan Chand, who was born in New York to Indian parents, has been cast as Mowgli in Warner Bros' 3D adventure entertainer "Jungle Book: Origins".
Human skin fungus tracked to deep sea animals
New York, Aug 22 : A ubiquitous skin fungus linked to dandruff, eczema and other itchy, flaky maladies in humans has now been tracked to Hawaiian coral reefs and the extreme environments of arctic soils and deep sea vents.
ISIS vows to 'quench thirst for American blood' in email addressed to ...
New York, August 22 : American journalist James Foley's former employer, The Global Post has reportedly revealed that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants, who had abducted him, sent his family an email before beheading him.
50 Cent pledges to donate $750K if Mayweather could read page of ...
New York, Aug 22 : 50 Cent has challenged professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. saying that he will donate 750K dollars if he could prove that he could read one full page of a 'Harry Potter'.
Malala Yousafzai's mother learning to read and write
New York, Aug 22 : Tor Pekai Yousafzai, the mother of girls' education activist Malala Yousafzai, has started to read and write, and speaks a bit of English.
Sachin, here is a person who doesn't know who Maria Sharapova is
New York, Aug 22 : American designer, Betsey Johnson, had no idea who Maria Sharapova was, when she attended a charity fashion show hosted by her.
Decoded: How hummingbirds detect sweetness
New York, Aug 22 : Hummingbirds are highly specialised nectar feeders and you cannot even fool them by sugar substitute that sweetens most diet cola.
NASA plans to send rats to space for longer duration
New York, Aug 22 : NASA is planning to send rats to space for longer duration.
Novel way to monitor drone's parametres
New York, Aug 22 : Drones are the future of home delivery and surveillance but to achieve this consistently, they will have to tackle high winds and other uncertainties like depletion of fuel.
Not just body, treat your partner as a whole
New York, Aug 22 : Are you among those who treat their partners in terms of how they can provide sexual pleasure rather than viewing them as complete human beings with thoughts and feelings?
Ladyfinger to help ice cream last longer
New York, Aug 22 : How the humble okra or ladyfinger vegetable can help your ice cream last longer and hinder melting? Well if we believe scientists, okra extracts can be used as a stabiliser in ice cream.
Reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey' unhealthy for young women
New York, Aug 22 : Have you read the blockbuster erotica "Fifty Shades of Grey" that has sold over 100 million copies worldwide and a movie adaptation is scheduled for release? Beware that you are at an heightened risk of developing binge drinking and unhealthy sexual habits.
Smartphone app to detect underlying heart condition
New York, Aug 22 : How about an app that can detect in a jiffy if you are suffering from atrial fibrillation (AF), a serious type of heart arrhythmia that is often a precursor to stroke?
Monkey doesn't own his selfie: US regulator
New York, Aug 22 : The US Copyright Office has confirmed that a monkey - or any other animal - that takes a selfie does not own the copyright of the photo.
Judge rules Shakira's 'Loca' rip off from Dominican artist's 90's song
New York, Aug 21 : A Manhattan federal judge has ruled that Shakira's 'Loca' is copied from Dominican artist Ramon Arias Vasquez's "Loca con su Tiguere" from the late 1990.
Mass spotting of UFO in skies near NASA
New York, August 21 : Several people reported seeing a ring of blinking lights in the sky in Texas during a recent lightning storm and have claimed that it was a UFO.
Same mechanism behind both forms of diabetes
New York, Aug 21 : Both major forms of diabetes -- type-1 and type-2 -- result from the same mechanism, suggests a 20-year-long research.
An abusive boss can make entire team hostile
New York, Aug 21 : Is your boss abusive and does not pay much heed to even positive suggestions made by the team? Such superiors can actually throw the entire work team into conflict, hurting productivity, reveals a study.
Coming, smartphones that correct vision
New York, Aug 21 : You can soon kiss goodbye to your glasses or contact lenses as future smartphones can adjust the display screen for better visibility for you.
Lizard tails may help humans get new limbs
New York, Aug 21 : Lizard tails have fascinated humans from ancient times, falling off and growing back just like new. Now, scientists have solved the mystery of how lizards can regenerate their tails.
Meg Ryan, John Mellencamp split
New York, Aug 21 : Actress Meg Ryan and musician John Mellencamp have reportedly split after dating for nearly three years.
Your sunscreen is threat to marine life
New York, Aug 21 : Sunscreens give protection to the human skin from ultraviolet (UV) radiation and are almost a necessity among the beach goers - but at the cost to the environment.
Tom Hanks' typewriter app No 1 on Apple iTunes
New York, Aug 21 : Actor Tom Hank's recently-launched typewriter app for iPad has become the leading app at the Apple iTunes App Store.
Rihanna, Drake back together?
New York, Aug 21 : Singer Rihanna and her on-again, off-again boyfriend Drake were recently spotted flirting at a party here.
Is RiRi dating Drake again?
Washington, Aug 20 : Drake and Rihanna have been spotted coming out of a New York City Griffin nightclub together.
Standard Chartered agrees to pay USD 300m penalty to NY regulator
London, Aug 20 : Following failure to improve money laundering controls, Standard Chartered has reportedly agreed to pay 300 million dollars (GBP180m) in penalty to New York's top banking regulator.
Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon to end their six-year-old marriage
New York, Aug 20 : Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are reportedly headed for splitville after six years of marriage.
Is your deodorant making your armpits smell worse?
New York, Aug 20 : Deodorants and antiperspirants are being more widely used and advertised than ever before, but did you know that they may actually make you smell worse in the long run?
See in the dark via your smartphone
New York, Aug 20 : See in the dark through this smartphone.Flir One is a USD 349 (Rs.21,220) iPhone accessory that allows your smartphone's display to show glowing heat signatures of people, animals and anything else you point the camera to, says the information available on its website.
Is your college going kid more active on weekends?
New York, Aug 20 : Parents always suspect that their college going kids prefer weekends to weekdays. Now there is proof that college graduates are more active on weekends compared to non-college goers.