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Liverpool titled as ‘City of Music’ by UNESCO

Liverpool

The birthplace of one of the world’s most famous pop groups the Beatles, Liverpool has been declared as England’s first Unesco city of Music. Fridays’s recognition came after 11 years after Unesco made Liverpool’s historic waterfront a world heritage site, Xinhua reported. Earlier in 2008, Glasgow became the first British city to receive a “City of Music” title. Unesco in its ...

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Dilip Kumar overewhelmed with warm greetings on his birthday

Dilip Kumar

Legendary bollywood actor Dilip Kumar might have decided to skip a grand celebration of his birthday on Friday in solidarity with Chennai flood-hit victims, but he deliberately celebrated his 93rd birthday by walking down memory lane in the virtual world with his well-wishers. Overwhelmed by birthday greetings, the cinematic icon readily responded to the “messages and photographs” posted by his ...

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Early morning’s light showers chills Chandigarh

Chandigarh

The dry winter spell in Chandigarh finally broke down as one get to see some light showers in the capital and surrounding areas of Punjab and Haryana on Friday. The rainfall started in Chandigarh early on Friday, giving people a feel of the winter. The skies remained overcast later in the day also. Adjoining towns of Panchkula in Haryana and ...

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Kamal Haasan donated for Chennai’s flood-hit cause

Haasan

Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan has extended his financial support to flood-hit victims of Tamil Nadu by donating Rs.15 lakh to the Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund. “The cheque of Rs.15 lakh has been handed over to Nadigar Sangam which will in turn pass it to the relief fund,” Haasan’s manager told. Several actors from Tamil and Telugu industries including Rajinikanth, Suriya, ...

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New method for producing cleaner diesel

Diesel

A team of researchers from two European universities have reached to an affluent discovery which paves an easy approach to the production of much cleaner diesel. Researchers from Belgium’s University of KU Leuven and Netherland’s Utrecht University in their following research used catalysts to produce clean diesel, which can quickly be scaled up for industrial use, according to a KU ...

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Former MP of Bihar, Shahabuddin gets life imprisonment

Shahabuddin

The criminal turned politician former MP Mohammad Shahabuddin and three others has been awarded with the life time imprisonment by a Bihar court on Friday on being found involved in a double-murder and kidnapping that took place 11 years ago, a lawyer said. Shahabuddin was four times Member of Parliament from Siwan, Bihar, with the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) party ...

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Myanmar opened its first UNESCO biosphere reserve

Myanmar

Myanmar has launched it’s country’s first Unesco Biosphere Reserve — Inle Lake in Shan state, that would serve as a new chapter in its commitment to bio-diversity and would paves way for eco-system conservation, the media reported on Friday. Inle Lake has been designated as Myanmar’s first biosphere reserve under Unesco’s Man and the Bioshpere (MAB) programme in Paris in ...

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Arthritis could now be diagnosed through simple blood test

Arthritis

A research conducted by the scientists from University of Oxford revealed that a simple blood test would be able to indicate a person’s likelihood of suffering from rheumatoid arthritis (RA) sooner or later or even 16 years before the condition takes effect. A team of researchers from the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology at Oxford University note that a blood test ...

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Trump’s proposal of banning Muslim was readily opposed in US

Trump

As per the latest survey, around 57 percent of Americans rejected the proposal of Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump to temporarily ban the entry of Muslim immigrants into the US. The survey was performed by NBC and The Wall Street Journal which came to a conclusion that 25 percent of Americans support the proposal and 18 percent have no opinion or are “not ...

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