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Thirteen tourists <strong>found</strong> <strong>alive</strong>, two still missing after Indonesia ship sinks

Thirteen tourists found alive, two still missing after Indonesia ship sinks

18 Aug 2014

Jakarta: Bad weather was hampering a desperate search on Monday for two foreign tourists still missing after a boat travelling between two Indonesian islands sank at the weekend, although 13 more people had been plucked from the water alive, officials said.

Jakarta,   bad weather,   foreign tourists,   Indonesian Islands,  Indonesian officials,   Komodo Island,   boat disaster,  
Are <strong>mermaids</strong> for real, maybe yes !

Are mermaids for real, maybe yes !

17 Sep 2012

My first tryst with mermaids was in kindergarten in a fancy dress competition. My aunt had created a fin out of yellow chart paper. When the 2 feet something mermaid in me lost, I remember my aunt saying, “Mermaids are shy of humans, so they don’t accept prizes.”Last week, I watched Mermaid, The Body Found, a programme that will air on Animal Planet on September 22 at 8 pm. In April 2004, two boys are the first to find whales, in large numbers, washed up on the shore of Washington state. Later, this was discovered to be the largest whale beaching ever witnessed.

Mermaids,   real mermaids,   mermaids found alive,   found and lost mermaids ,  
Kishore Kumar, the man who is still <strong>alive</strong> in his tunes

Kishore Kumar, the man who is still alive in his tunes

04 Aug 2014

New Delhi: His voice still coons in the hearts of music lovers, his versatile acts are alive in the minds of millions of cinema lovers, the man who redefined entertainment and never feared to explore all the quarters of film making. Drenched in his art, Kishore Kumar gave Bollywood an evergreen musical legacy which keeps on resonating in every musical nerve alive.

Kishore Kumar,   Ashok kumar,   Bollywood,   Madhubala,   ,  
Incriminating documents <strong>found</strong> in locker of AIIMS attendant

Incriminating documents found in locker of AIIMS attendant

04 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Several incriminating documents, including blank fitness and medical certificates having seals of senior resident doctors, have been recovered from the possession of an attendant working at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

Documents,   AIIMS,   medical institute,   doctors,   FIR,   medical certificates,  
Two tigers are killed per week: WWF

Two tigers are killed per week: WWF

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Global conservation organization WWF on Tuesday sounded an alarm over poaching of tigers and said that at an average, two wild cats are killed per week due to high demand of their body parts in Asian countries.

WWF,   tigers,   WWF Tigers Alive Initiative,   Poaching,   killing of tigers,   Michael Baltzer,  
Case of mistaken identity: ‘Dead’ boy comes <strong>alive</strong> on birthday

Case of mistaken identity: ‘Dead’ boy comes alive on birthday

26 Jul 2014

Hyderabad: It is like ‘rebirth’ for six-year-old Darshan Goud, who was mistakenly believed to have been killed in the terrible train-school bus collision at an unmanned railway crossing that left 16 persons, including 14 children, dead in Telangana's Medak district.

Telangana,   Hyderabad,   Medak,   train accident,   train-bus collision,   school bus collision,  
Bacteria linked to obesity and diabetes <strong>found</strong>

Bacteria linked to obesity and diabetes found

25 Jul 2014

New York: Biologists have discovered an extremely widespread virus that could be as old as humans and could play a major role in obesity and diabetes. More than half the world's population is host to the newly described virus, named crAssphage, which infects one of the most common types of gut bacteria, Bacteroidetes, the findings showed.

Bacteria,   obesity,   diabetes,   biologist,   virus,   population,  
Oldest evidence of human brain damage <strong>found</strong>

Oldest evidence of human brain damage found

26 Jul 2014

London: Anthropologists have unearthed a 100,000-year-old skeleton of a child in Israel who may have died because of a brain injury - the oldest evidence of brain damage in a modern human.

brain injuries,   brain damage ,   human brain ,   Qafzeh in Galilee,   University of Bordeaux ,  
Chickens in Delhi-NCR <strong>found</strong> with large-scale antibiotics, may develop antibiotic resistance in Indians: Study

Chickens in Delhi-NCR found with large-scale antibiotics, may develop antibiotic resistance in Indians: Study

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Claiming that it found several antibiotic residues in chickens tested in Delhi-NCR region, an environment body on Wednesday said "large-scale and indiscriminate" use of antibiotics in poultry industry might be "strongly linked" to growing antibiotic resistance in Indians.

Centre for Science and Environment,   CSE,   Chicken products,   Delhi-NCR,   antibiotics,   ,  
Ukrainian investigators <strong>found</strong> 196 bodies at MH17 crash site

Ukrainian investigators found 196 bodies at MH17 crash site

20 Jul 2014

Kiev/Kuala Lumpur: Ukrainian investigators have found 196 bodies at the crash site where a Malaysian passenger plane carrying 298 people was brought down by a missile in pro-Russia rebels-held eastern part of the country.

MH17 evidence,   MH17 crash,   Malaysian plane crash,   Malaysian Airlines probe,   Ukraine crisis,  

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