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First time ever rapid 'motion of single molecule' captured

Washington, Sept 17 : A new research has revealed about the first time capturing of extremely rapid "motions of single molecule in real time."


Rihanna rants about CBS pulling song from 'Thursday Night Football'

Washington, Sept 17 : Rihanna has slammed CBS for pulling out her 'Run This Town' song from 'Thursday Night Football' in September 2014.


Zia graft cases: Dhaka court tells Khaleda Zia to appear before it on September 22

Dhaka, Sept.17 : A Dhaka court today asked Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson Khaleda Zia to appear before it on September 22 in connection with Zia Orphanage and Zia Charitable Trust graft cases.


Malala set to receive first ever Asia Game changer award

Karachi, Sep 17 : A report has revealed that Malala Yousufzai and Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy have been chosen from Pakistan by the Asia society for the first Asia Game changer awards that will be handed out at the United Nations (UN) later this year.


Now, 'Problem Child' TV show in the works

Washington, Sept 17 : NBC is working on a TV show, 'Problem Child,' which is based on John Ritter's 1990 film of the same name.


Gerrard's late penalty helps Liverpool pip Ludogorets Razgrad in CL fixture

London, Sep 17 : Steven Gerrard's late penalty got Liverpool back into the Champions League football by defeating Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad.


Why Jada Pinkett Smith loves playing 'hot headed' Fish Malone in 'Gotham'

London, Sept 17 : Jada Pinkett Smith loves her role as Fish Malone, who's a "hot headed little woman," in the upcoming TV show 'Gotham.'


Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe starrer 'Nice Guys' finds female leads

Washington, Sept 17 : Young stars Angourie Rice and Margaret Qualley will be joining Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe in the upcoming film 'Nice Guys.'


Chris Martin has 'date nights' with new love J Law

Washington, Sept 17 : Chris Martin may be a family man, but he is making way for his new love Jennifer Lawrence by having 'date nights' with the star at his home.


Rihanna employs 'personal assistant' to roll joints

London, Sep 17 : Rihanna hired Melissa Forde, her best friend, as personal assistant to do some "outrageous" tasks like rolling joints and folding her toilet paper.


Almost 3,70,000 people fled from Ukraine to neighbouring countries: UN

Johannesburg, Sep 17 : Around 3,70,000 people have fled from Ukraine to neighbouring countries due to violence between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists, says the United Nations.


Ukraine grants self-governance, amnesty to Russian separatists in east

London, Sep 17 : Ukrainian government has granted self-rule and amnesty to pro-Russian separatists in eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk.


Former Germany goalkeeper Wiese to join WWE

London, Sep 17 : Tim Wiese, former goalkeeper of Germany, is preparing to enter the wrestling ring following a WWE offer.


Apple's smartwatch may be 'fatal' for British drivers

London, Sep 17 : Road safety groups have recently warned that Apple's smartwatch may be unsafe for British drivers and could also lead to increase the mortality rate.


Sri Lanka, China ink 27 agreements to deepen strategic cooperative partnership

Colombo, Sept.17 : Sri Lanka and China have signed 27 agreements to further cooperation between the two nations.


Why sharks 'appear to be math genius' revealed

Washington, Sep 17 : A new study has revealed that sharks possibly are more sensible than clever, which might make them appear like they are brilliant mathematicians.


Meet the model who spent 30k pounds on her 'sex doll makeover'

London, Sept 17 : A France-based model has spent 30,000 pounds on her 'sex doll makeover' that included 'three boob jobs', rhinoplasty procedure for thinner nose, lip implants and Botox.


Sri Lanka, China presidents inaugurate Colombo Port City Project

Colombo, Sept.17 : Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping launched the Colombo Port City Project here on Wednesday.


CA builds artificial pitch to rid cricketers of 'sub continental' spin demons

Johannesburg, Sep 17 : Australia has reportedly built an artificial pitch at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane that simulates the conditions of the pitches in the South Asian subcontinent to allow Australian batsmen to deal with spin bowling on slow tracks, where they have struggled quite a lot in the past.


Scientific info on social networks could help solve major global health issues

Washington, September 17 : In an initiative to use networks to spread messages about public health knowledge, Noshir Contractor and his collaborators are combining social networks with knowledge about social motives to influence the adoption of family health innovations.


What drives some consumers to spend more on buying ethical products

Washington, Sept 17 : A new research has revealed that emotions of contempt, concern, and celebration motivate some consumers to spend more time, energy and money on ethical products.


Why Scotch whiskey lovers are praying for Scotland not seceding from UK

New York, Sep 17 : Experts have recently warned that Scottish independence from UK as a result of historic referendum might increase the price of Scotch whisky, ultimately hampering the export of the product.


Religious Nick Jonas no longer wears 'purity ring'

Washington, Sept 17 : Nick Jonas revealed that though he still has strong belief in God, he no longer wears his purity ring.


Rich, complex viruses exist in healthy humans too

Washington, Sept 17 : A new research has revealed that a normal viral flora that is rich and complex exists in and on healthy human body too.


Human faces evolved to be unique and easily recognizable

Washington, Sep 17 : A new study has revealed that the remarkable diversity of human faces was the result of evolutionary pressure in order to make human faces more unique and recognizable as compared to other animals.


IS militants luring western females with cash to fight in Iraq, Syria

London, Sep 17 : United States intelligence agencies suspect that Islamic State militants are luring young western females with the promise of paying cash to fight in Iraq and Syria.


Obama dubs Ebola outbreak 'global security threat'

London, Sep 17 : While delineating a larger role for the United States in fighting the Ebola outbreak, President Barack Obama has reportedly called the epidemic "a threat to global security."


Losing weight, quitting smoking may reduce risk of old age dementia

London, Sept 17 : A new study has revealed that old age dementia can be avoided by losing weight, quitting smoking and reducing heart disease and diabetes risk.


Wrong assessment of body size contributes to obesity

Washington, September 17 : A new study has found that people who fail to recognize abnormal weight contribute to adolescent and adult obesity.


'Teammates Hamilton, Rosberg competing like enemies for world title', says Merc boss Wolff

London, Sep 16 : British Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg are competing like 'enemies' rather than partners for the world title, said Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.


Jamaat to observe nation-wide shutdown tomorrow, Sunday

Dhaka, Sept.17 : The Jamaat-e-Islami on Wednesday announced plans to observe a nation-wide shutdown on Thursday and Sunday.


Jenny McCarthy reveals how she 'lost' her 'wedding ring'

Washington, Sep 17 : Jenny McCarthy recently revealed that she lost her wedding ring in a hotel that she was staying in.


Death threat issued by IS against Pope 'credible', warns Iraqi ambassador to Vatican

London, Sep 17 : The Iraqi ambassador to the Vatican City has reportedly warned the church that Pope Francis may be targeted by the Islamic State (IS) ahead of his first visit to Albania this weekend.


Gonojagoron Mancha says Bangladesh SC's verdict on Jamaat leader biased

Dhaka, Sept.17 : Activists of the Gonojagoron Morcha staged protests here on Wednesday against the Bangladesh Supreme Court's verdict to commute the death sentence of Jamaat leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee to imprisonment till death.


IS urges supporters to attack Times Square with homemade pipe bombs

New York, Sep 17 : The Islamic State group is urging its supporters to carry out attacks on Times Square and other famous tourist attractions in the US with easily assembled homemade bombs.


Katy Perry leads with 7 nominations for MTV EMAs 2014

London, Sept 17 : Katy Perry has received seven nominations for MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) 2014.


Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez undergoing chemotherapy for testicular cancer

London, Sep 17 : Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez has revealed that he has been diagnosed with testicular cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy to battle the illness.


Coroner rubbishes LiLo's 'handling Whitney Houston's dead body' claims

London, September 17 : Lindsay Lohan's claims that she had "rolled a body bag for Whitney Houston" have been trashed by the coroner.


Jack Huston may play 'Ben-Hur' in remake

Washington, Sept 17 : Jack Huston is in negotiations to play lead in Paramount and MGM's remake of 1959 film 'Ben-Hur.'


Meteorite that 'wiped out' dinosaurs 66m yrs ago also helped forests 'flourish'

Washington, Sep 17 : Researchers has recently hypothesized that, a 10-km diameter chunk of rock that hit the Yukatan peninsula 66 million years ago, which wiped out the dinosaurs also helped modern forests to bloom.


Bangladesh SC commutes death sentence of Jamaat leader Sayedee

Dhaka, Sept.17 : The Bangladesh Supreme Court today commuted the death sentence of Jamaat leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee to imprisonment till death for his crimes against humanity committed during the Liberation War of 1971.


U.N names Leonardo DiCaprio 'messenger of peace' for climate

London, Sept. 17 : The United Nations has tapped Leonardo DiCaprio as its Messenger of Peace, a post he will use to raise awareness about climate change, it has been reported.


Pakistan must restore moratorium on death penalty: HRW

New York, Sept.17 : Pakistan should immediately halt a planned execution and officially reinstate its moratorium on the death penalty, Human Rights Watch said today.


Home life too plays critical role in workplace burnout

Washington, Sep 17 : A new study has revealed that job stress is the only reason that could brought a sense of fatigue in people, but other reasons like home life also play crucial role in wearing them out at their workplaces.


Joan Rivers' doctor clicked 'selfie' while she was out cold

Washington, Sept 17 : Joan Rivers personal doctor had reportedly clicked a selfie while the comedienne was under anesthesia.


68 Pakistani nationals stranded in J-K floods sent back

Poonch, Sept. 17 : Sixty eight Pakistani nationals who were trapped here due to the floods in Jammu and Kashmir were sent back to their homes on Tuesday via the Poonch Rawalakot bus service.


Cara Delevingne bags lead role in 'Paper Towns'

Washington, Sept 17 : Cara Delevingne has landed lead in the upcoming film adaptation of John Green's 'Paper Towns.'


Dortmund scores facile 2-0 win over Arsenal in Champions League fixture

London, Sep 17 : Borussia Dortmund bagged a well-deserved 2-0 victory after defeating Arsenal in the Champions League Group D campaign.


Mathura researchers develop 'emotion' detecting, face recognizing software

Washington, Sept 17 : Indian researchers from Mathura, Uttar Pradesh have reached a step further in face recognition software by developing an emotion detector.


Male consumers likelier to become less charitable post viewing sexy women ads

Washington, Sept 17 : A new study has revealed that advertisements showing images of sexy women make male consumers less charitable.


Cara Delevingne to star in John Green's 'Paper Towns'

Washington, Sept 17 : Author John Green has announced that Cara Delevingne is going to be the female lead in a film adaptation of his 'Paper Towns' novel.


Revolver Entertainment acquires North American rights to 'Bhopal' disaster drama film

Washington, Sep 17 : Revolver Entertainment has recently obtained the rights to Martin Sheen starrer ' Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain ' disaster drama, it has been reported.


Batman, Spider-man arrested in Big Apple post brawl with hecklers

London, Sept 17 : Two men, dressed as Batman and Spider-man, were arrested after getting involved in a fight with hecklers in New York.


Ben Kingsley, Brie Larson set to join 'Brooklyn Bridge' film

Washington, Sep 17 : Ben Kingsley and Brie Larson have been recently added to the star cast of Killer Films' 'Brooklyn Bridge,' it has been reported.


Bayern Munich manager Guardiola says Man U's failure to reach Europe 'a lesson to others'

London, Sep 17 : Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola says that Manchester United's failure to qualify for Europe is a lesson for all.


Reeva Steenkamp's parents say will only come to terms with loss after speaking face to face with Pistorius

London, Sep 16 : Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius' late girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp's parents said in an interview after the verdict of their daughter's murder case that they would only come to terms with their tragic loss after talking to Pistorius face to face.


Reeva Steenkamp's parents say will only come to terms with loss after speaking face to face with Pistorius

London, Sep 16 : Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius' late girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp's parents said in an interview after the verdict of their daughter's murder case that they would only come to terms with their tragic loss after talking to Pistorius face to face.


Ebola outbreak severity is 'impossible' to predict, claims researcher

Washington, Sep 17 : a new study has revealed that a mathematical model which was supposed to predict Ebola outbreaks has now been ruled out to foretell its severity.


Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes welcome baby girl

London, Sept 17 : Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes reportedly welcomed their very first baby.


Two blows to head caused King Richard III's death on battlefield

Washington, Sept 17 : Scientists after analyzing the skeleton of King Richard III have found that it was blows to his head at the Battle of Bosworth Field on Aug 22, 1485 that caused his death.


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