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Talking robot goes hitchhiking across <strong>Canada</strong>

Talking robot goes hitchhiking across Canada

18 Aug 2014

Toronto: A talking, bucket-bodied robot has enthralled Canadians since it departed from Halifax last month on a hitch-hike journey to the Pacific coast. He has dipped his boots in Lake Superior, crashed a wedding and attended an Aboriginal feast.

Talking robot,   hitchhiking,   hitch-hike journey,   hitchBOT,   GPS system,   robot,  
Pak court order to file murder case against Sharif challenged

Pak court order to file murder case against Sharif challenged

22 Aug 2014

Lahore: Three Pakistani federal ministers on Friday challenged a sessions court's decision to register a murder case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his brother Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz and 19 others for their alleged role in the killing of 14 supporters of Canada-based cleric Tahirul Qadri.

Pakistan court,   Asim Bajwa,   Nawaz Sharif,   Shahbaaz Sharif,   Tahirul Qadri,   PAT,   Canada-based cleric,  
<strong>Canada</strong> to donate its own Ebola vaccine to WHO for use in Africa

Canada to donate its own Ebola vaccine to WHO for use in Africa

13 Aug 2014

Canada has said that it will donate up to 1,000 doses of an experimental Ebola vaccine to help in battling the disease's outbreak in West Africa. The Ebola vaccine developed in Canadian government lab will be given to the World Health Organization for use in Africa, the country's health minister said on Tuesday.

Canada,   Ebola,   WHO,   Africa,   Canadian government,   health minister,   vaccine,  
Quake hits Andaman Sea, <strong>Tsunami</strong> ruled out

Quake hits Andaman Sea, Tsunami ruled out

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale hit the Andaman Sea today but the Met department ruled out Tsunami.

Andaman Sea,   earthquake,   Tsunami,   Andaman Island,   Indian Meteorological Department,  
Golf: Kyle Stanley back in form to contend in <strong>Canada</strong>

Golf: Kyle Stanley back in form to contend in Canada

25 Jul 2014

Kyle Stanley has endured a frustrating 2013-14 PGA Tour season with 11 missed cuts in 25 starts but hinted at better things to come as he surged into contention for the Canadian Open in Montreal on Thursday before being overtaken late in the day by Michael Putnam and Tim Petrovic.

Kyle Stanley,   PGA Tour season,   Canadian Open,   Michael Putnam,   Tim Petrovic,   golfer,  
Karunanidhi did not visit his <strong>Tsunami</strong> affected constituency: Jayalalithaa

Karunanidhi did not visit his Tsunami affected constituency: Jayalalithaa

15 Jul 2014

Chennai: The December 2004 tsunami sparked a debate in the Tamil Nadu Assembly with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa asserting she had extended aid and succour to the affected, while DMK chief Karunanidhi had not even visited his constituency, which was also hit by the disaster.

Karunanidhi,   Tsunami,   Jayalalithaa,   DMK chief,   Karunanidhi,   disaster,   ,  
Exercise, relaxation can reduce social anxiety: Report

Exercise, relaxation can reduce social anxiety: Report

19 Jul 2014

Toronto: Exercise and relaxation activities like yoga can positively impact people with social anxiety disorders, revealed scientists.

Exercise,   relaxation,   Adam Heenan,   Clinical Psychology,   Queen's University,   Canada ,  
Shah Rukh Khan to promote his upcoming movie 'HNY' with SLAM! THE TOUR

Shah Rukh Khan to promote his upcoming movie 'HNY' with SLAM! THE TOUR

28 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood heatthrob Shah Rukh Khan will soon be touring in different cities of USA and Canada along with the cast and crew of his movie ‘Happy New Year’ (HNY). The concert is named as SLAM! THE TOUR. The actor will be seen performing with the lead actress of his flick Deepika Padukone.

Shah Rukh Khan,   SLAM! THE TOUR,   USA,   Canada,   Happy New Year,   Deepika Padukone,  ,   ,  
Shuttler Anand in third round of <strong>Canada</strong> Open

Shuttler Anand in third round of Canada Open

02 Jul 2014

Vancouver: India's Anand Pawar reached the men's singles pre-quarterfinals of the Canada Open Grand Prix tournament with a straight-game win over local shuttler Bobby Milroy in Vancouver.

Anand Pawar,   Canada Open,   Vancouver,   shuttler,   Bobby Milroy,   Maxime Moreels,  
<strong>Tsunami</strong> hits Hawaii after powerful 7.6 magnitude <strong>Canada</strong> quake

Tsunami hits Hawaii after powerful 7.6 magnitude Canada quake

28 Oct 2012

A potentially destructive Pacific tsunami hit Hawaii on Sunday after a powerful earthquake struck off the west coast of Canada, triggering calls for urgent action to protect lives as sirens wailed across the archipelago.

Tsunami in Canada,   Canada quake,   Tsunami in Hawaii,   7.7 magnitude quake,  

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