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Info about discovery of one million mummies not <strong>true</strong>: Egypt

Info about discovery of one million mummies not true: Egypt

19 Dec 2014

Cairo: Egypt has decided to stop cooperation with an American excavation team working in country's Fayoum Governorate for the past 34 years, refuting its claim of discovering a cemetery with over a million mummified bodies.

Egypt,   Fayoum Governorate,   cemetery of mummified bodies,   Brigham Young University ,  
South Korea rules out sharing Winter Games <strong>events</strong> with Japan

South Korea rules out sharing Winter Games events with Japan

12 Dec 2014

Seoul: South Korea on Friday formally ruled out any possibility of sharing events at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics with Japan, stressing its preparations were too advanced to consider venue changes.

South Korea,   2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics,   Japan ,  
Is 'Bewakoofiyan' based on <strong>true</strong> <strong>events</strong>?

Is 'Bewakoofiyan' based on true events?

22 Feb 2014

Mumbai: Promos of Ayushmann Khurrana’s upcoming film, Bewakoofiyaan, show him as an official with an airline company who loses his job due to retrenchment.

Bewakoofiyan,   true events,   Ayushmann Khurrana,   Sonam Kapoor,   Kingfisher Airlines,   retrenchment,   ,  
AITA announces qualifying <strong>events</strong> for Road to Wimbledon

AITA announces qualifying events for Road to Wimbledon

29 Nov 2014

New Delhi: AITA will conduct four qualifying events to select two boys and two girls from India for theprestigious Road to Wimbledon, England's national grass court tournament.

AITA,   Road to Wimbledon,   Grass court tournament,   All India Tennis Association All England Club,   Kolkata,   Chandigarh,   New Delhi,   Mumbai ,  
Facebook, Twitter data do not reveal <strong>true</strong> human behaviour

Facebook, Twitter data do not reveal true human behaviour

28 Nov 2014

Toronto: As researchers are mining Facebook and Twitter data to learn about online and offline human behaviour, a new study warns them to be wary of serious pitfalls that arise when working with huge social media data sets.

Researchers,   Facebook,   Twitter,   Online,   Offline,   Human behaviour,   Social media,  
IOC opens door to joint bids, new sports <strong>events</strong>

IOC opens door to joint bids, new sports events

19 Nov 2014

Lausanne (Switzerland): Breaking from the tradition of awarding the Olympics only to a single host city, the IOC is opening the door to possible wider bids, including bids from an entire country, joint bids from more than one city and even the possibility of events held in more than one country.

IOC,   International Olympic Committee,   Thomas Bach,   IOC Summer Games,  
Sebi revamping listing agreement guidelines: Sinha

Sebi revamping listing agreement guidelines: Sinha

11 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Sebi chairman UK Sinha on Tuesday said the existing listing agreement guidelines are being revamped and will be made into listing regulations shortly.

Market regulator,   SEBI,   revamping the listing agreement,   Clause 36,   mandatory for corporates,   disclose non-events,   benefit of investors,  
Pushkar fair comes to an end

Pushkar fair comes to an end

07 Nov 2014

Ajmer: Over five lakh tourists visited the annual Pushkar fair which witnessed several colourful events and cattle trade worth Rs 9 crore. However, the cattle fair which concluded on Thursday, has witnessed a dip in the number of foreign tourists, Tourism Officer, Ajmer, said.

five lakh tourists,   annual Pushkar fair,   colourful events,   cattle trade,   Rs 9 crore,  
Can your dog win your <strong>true</strong> love?

Can your dog win your true love?

15 Oct 2014

New York: You may take your dog for morning walks or to a vet when it feels sick but your canine may not get the kind of love you shower on your kid, found a small yet significant study.

dog,   true love,   vet,   sick dog,   pet,   canine,  
<strong>True</strong> love stays forever

True love stays forever

20 Sep 2014

London: Only true love stays forever is a saying that has been proved to be true as British archeologists have unearthed skeletons of a couple holding hands while searching for a lost chapel in Leicestershire, media reports said.

True love,   archeologists,   Leicestershire,   skeletal remains,   radiocarbon dating,   pilgrimage,  

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