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2-year-old US boy accidentally kills mom with concealed gun
New York, Dec 31: A 2-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his mother at a northern Idaho Wal-Mart after he reached into her purse and her concealed gun fired.
'Tomboy' Olivia Munn wasn't interested in 'girly stuff' as a kid
New York, Dec 31 : Olivia Munn has revealed that she was tomboy growing up and was never interested in doing makeup or styling her hair like her sisters.
Murray signs contract to become American sportswear brand 'Under ...
New York, Dec 31 : British number one tennis player Andy Murray has become American sports and active-wear brand Under Armour's newest spokesperson as he signed a contract to become the latest face of the company.
Jets fire head coach Rex Ryan
Houston, Dec 31 : The New York Jets, American football team, have fired head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik.
Parental suicide attempt ups suicide risk in kids
New York, Dec 31 : A child is five times more likely to attempt suicide if he/she has a parent who has attempted suicide in the past, research has found.
Pets could help improve social skills of autistic kids
New York, Dec 31 : Keeping a dog or any other animal at home could help improve the social skills of children with autism and make them more assertive, new research has found.
Justin Bieber sued for nighclub brawl
Los Angeles, Dec 31 : Justin Bieber has been sued by Wayne Rennalls, who claims he was left with cuts and bruises following an altercation with the singer's bodyguards in the Hamptons, New York.
Microsoft sues Indian company for technical support scam
By Arul Louis, New York, Dec 31 : Some international fraudsters are exploiting the tech-savvy reputation of Indians to trick computer users into giving them access to their machines by pretending to be from Microsoft.
'Botox' is latest cure for bad breakups
New York, Dec. 30 : More women and some men are now opting for botox as a cure to get through a bad breakup, it has been revealed.
Molly Sims 'exhausted' during festive season
New York, Dec 30 : Pregnant model Molly Sims says she often feels "exhausted" during the festive holidays but has planned ahead this year to avoid unnecessary stress.
Thank your customers to reap rewards
New York, Dec 30 : A sincere, well timed "thank you" for customers can reap huge rewards for companies, says a marketing scholar from Michigan State University.
Kaya Scodelario, Benjamin Walker engaged?
New York, Dec 30 : Actors Kaya Scodelario and Benjamin Walker appear to have got engaged after the actress posted an image of an engagement ring on photo-sharing site Instagram.
Blink assessment must before facial transplant
New York, Dec 30 : Careful assessment of eyelid function can improve results of facial transplants that some people undergo after severe facial trauma, shows a study.
Your birth year can influence obesity risk
New York, Dec 30 : People born before 1942 are less likely to be affected by a variant to a gene linked to obesity risk than those who are born after 1942. The effect is stronger in those born in later decades, finds a fascinating research.
Chicken flu virus can help spot deadly influenza strain
New York, Dec 30 : Warning signs of the avian influenza A (H7N9) virus could be traced in flu viruses circulating in poultry firms, research suggests.
Economic insecurity impacts diabetes control
New York, Dec 30 : People facing difficulty paying for food and medicines find it harder to manage their diabetes than those who are affluent, a study says.
Reprogramming stem cells may prevent cancer after radiation
New York, Dec 30 : After full body radiation, certain faulty stem cells re-engineer the blood system that creates cancer risk in people which can be prevented by artificially activating a stem cell maintenance pathway, research has found.
Al Qaeda's online magazine gives crash lessons on bomb-making
New York, Dec 29 : The Al Qaeda group released a new edition of its online magazine giving crash lessons on how to get through airport security and bomb passenger planes using homemade explosives.
Amy Pascal hopes success of 'The Interview' will help her stay ...
New York, Dec 29 : Amy Pascal has revealed that she hopes the success of "The Interview" will be enough to keep her job in the wake of the Sony hacking scandal.
Social media and behavioural psychology can help fight AIDS
New York, Dec 29 : Social media could be a valuable component in the fight against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) if the targeted population is engaged with the help of chats, massages and other available tools with the aim of changing their behaviour.
Text message reminders push influenza vaccination in kids
New York, Dec 29 : Sending text message reminders with educational information on the importance of the second dose of influenza vaccine boosts timely administration of the vaccine required for many young children, shows new research.
Turn your skin into a smartphone display
New York, Dec 29 : A wearable device that projects the image of a Android tablet on your skin will be a reality soon.
Is there an alien 'coffin' on the Red Planet
New York, Dec 29 : Hunters of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have spotted an object that looks strangely like a coffin on the Martian surface.
Data analytics could help fashion industry prosper
New York, Dec 29 : Analysing data from social media sites could one day help fashion designers better predict fashion trends and possibly identify next celebrity designers, researchers say.
Personalised cancer treatment soon
New York, Dec 29 : In a development that could lead to personalised treatment for people suffering from cancer, two Indian-origin researchers have developed a way to grow cancer cells in the laboratory that mimics the environment inside the body.
Twitter goes down for some Android users
New York, Dec 29 : If you are facing a problem logging into your Twitter account from an Android device, you are not alone.
'Homeland' series make Pakistani officials furious over wrong ...
New York, Dec 28 : The writers of 'Homeland' series recently enraged Pakistan and its leaders after showing similar concept of Sony's 'The Interview' but minus the assassination.
Facebook adopts worker-friendly management technique
New York, Dec 28 : To effectively shape its overwhelmingly young work force into future leaders, the social networking site Facebook has adopted a set of somewhat unconventional management techniques.
Justin Bieber wants break 'for a reason'
New York, Dec 28 : Singer Justin Bieber says he will take a break.
NASA app unravels space station working for layman
New York, Dec 28 : NASA has launched an app that tells you pretty much everything you need to know about what the International Space Station (ISS) is up to.