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Nepal earthquake: Google, Facebook helping survivors reach out

Nepal earthquake: Google, Facebook helping survivors reach out The deadly earthquake, which jolted Nepal on Saturday has left over 2,200 people dead and many people are still await rescue, food and shelter. In this time of crisis, technological tools are helping

Nepal jolted by more aftershocks after earthquake; death toll climbs to 3218

Nepal jolted by more aftershocks after earthquake; death toll climbs to 3218 At least 3,218 people have been confirmed killed in the massive earthquake and aftershocks which jolted Nepal on Saturday and Sunday. The death toll was confirmed by Deputy Inspector General of

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Anurag Kashyap reveals the truth behind Radhika Apte's nude video


Much to her distress, 'Hunterrr' actress Radhika Apte has landed herself in another controversy as a video featuring Radhika in the nude has appeared and quickly gone viral on popular messaging app

KRK gets an earful from Anurag Kashyap on Twitter


C-grade actor Kamaal Rashid Khan aka KRK is infamous for tweeting rubbish about people and making himself the laughing stock, purposely or not, we don't know. This time KRK tried to target Bombay

Katrina won't mind if her wedding causes a circus


Bollywood star Katrina Kaif is quite busy this year as she is busy shotting for three films - with directors Abhishek Kapoor, Kabir Khan and Anurag Basu. The busy schedule has made Katrina quite

Call Of Duty: Black Ops III trailer is out


This year's Call Of Duty will see the return of zombies mode as the first story trailer released on Sunday showed off robots, boost jumps, etc. The story campaign of the game has been revealed in

Nepal earthquake: Telecom services cut call rates


In an apparent effort to help disaster relief efforts in quake-hit Nepal, telecom operators MTS India and Tata Teleservices on Sunday slashed charges for calls made to the country. State-run telecom

Nepal quake: Google activates Person Finder Tool


Responding to massive earthquake that jolted Nepal on Saturday, search engine giant Google today morning officially opened up its Person Finder Web-based tool, which will give people looking for

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Indian origin woman scientist wins $250000 Heinz Award


An Indian-origin scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sangeeta Bhatia, has won the prestigious 2015 Heinz Award for Technology, the Economy, and Employment.

Hepatitis C ups cancer risk


A new study has found that people infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) are more at risk of suffering from various forms of cancers, including renal, prostate as well as liver cancer.

Shock waves from cosmic tsunamis can revive dead galaxies


A new study has found that shock waves caused by giant cosmic tsunamis are capable of reviving dead galaxies. Astronomers say that clusters of galaxies take billions of years to grow large enough to

Chinese scientists genetically modify human embryos, court controversy


Questions of ethics are being raised as a team of scientists from China has claimed to have genetically modified human embryos. The team started the research in order to modify the gene responsible

Human ancestors had tentacles?


A new study suggests that common ancestors of the humans had tentacles around 600 million years ago. The famous Vitruvian Man was drawn by Leonardo da Vinci and it pictures the canon of proportions

Long-term air pollution exposure damages brain


Long-term exposure to air pollution can damage brain structure and impair cognitive function in middle aged or older people, reveals a new study. The study led by scientists from Beth Israel