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    10 times India and Pakistan became friendly over Cricket

    1. The most loyal cricket fans from both the countries pose together. This picture is proof that Pakistan and India are really just one! In the picture, is Sudhir Kumar Gautam and Chaudhry Abdul Jalil, two loyal fans of Cricket. 2. Players of both the sides spent time together after Champions Trophy final that Pakistan won. Even ICC […] More

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    11 Lions found dead in Gujarat’s Gir Forest

    Carcasses of 11 lions were found in East region of Gir Forest. For administrative purpose, the Gir forest has been divided in east and west parts. A carcass of a lioness was found in a forest near Rajula of Amreli district Wednesday, while three more lions were found dead the same day in Dalkhaniya range area […] More

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    Croydon Cat Killer mystery finally solved after 3 years!

    For sometime in South London, no pet was safe, for there existed a mysterious cat-killer who can be attributed for death of more than a hundred cats. The so called “Croydon Cat Killer” was a mystery for three long years and had the whole UK police baffled. Even rabbits weren’t safe. The deaths were spreading […] More

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    Make your Twitter Timeline now chronological

    The algorithmic timeline of Twitter which was announced in 2016 was something that was boycotted since it made its debut and the company has finally given in to the complaints of users. Twitter announced on Monday that users can toggle between the algorithmic timeline, the one which allows a user to view tweets according to […] More

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    Alstom unveils the First Hydrogen Powered Trains in Germany

    The world’s two first hydrogen-powered trains have begun service in Germany. The trains operate between northern German towns and are one step forward towards sustainable development. The trains, manufactured by Alstom are equipped with fuel cells which convert hydrogen and oxygen into electricity, thus eliminating pollutant emissions related to propulsion. Coradia iLint trains will be […] More

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    iPhone XS: Price, Features and release Date

    When iPhone X came out last year, everybody went gaga over it, it was a totally new design by apple. It was only natural that everybody wanted to get their hands on it. However, that’s not the case with iPhone XS. It’s just iterative now. The new iPhone XS is mostly similar, except for a […] More

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    Scientists identify 4 Personality Types. Read what they say!

    If you’ve been on internet, without a doubt, you’ve taken a personality test at some point in your life. However, if you ask a professional, they’ll probably tell you the results are malarkey. However, in a report published Monday in the journal Nature Human Behavior, researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois identify four personality types: […] More

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    Eliud Kipchoge breaks the Marathon World Record!

    In a thrilling showcase of sheer athleticism, Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge broke the world record* at the BMW Berlin Marathon on Sunday (16), winning the IAAF Gold Label road race in a total of just 2:01:39. Eliud Kipchoge had already discussed his plans of not only coming first in the marathon, but also break the world record. In […] More

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    Petrol and Diesel Prices go up despite protests

    Petrol and Diesel Prices have been going up despite all the protests and Bharat Band.Oil companies raised prices of petrol and diesel by 23 paise and 22 paise respectively on Monday. Andhra Pradesh announced that it will be cutting down state taxes, thus bringing down the price by Rs 2. Along with Andhra Pradesh, even […] More

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    Hijab wearing Majiziya Bhanu lifting Stereotypes and breaking them

    “To the Muslim woman, the hijab provides a sense of empowerment. It is a personal decision to dress modestly according to the command of a gender-less Creator; to assert pride in self, and embrace one’s faith openly, with independence and courageous conviction. “ Majiziya Bhanu believes that hijab is never an obstacle for any woman […] More

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    Gay Indian Prince introduces course on LGBTQ in University

    The Supreme court decriminalised the 150 year old British law of section 377 which made Gay Marriages and sex illegal and a punishable offence on September the 6th of 2018. Just few days before this, India’s first Gay Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil kicked off a course on LGBTQ in Karnavati University, Ahmedabad. The course is […] More

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