SpaceX delivery delayed few days; first reused rocket for NASA

SpaceX delivery delayed few days; first reused rocket for NASA

SpaceX has delayed its latest grocery run for the International Space Station by at least another few days. The company now aims to launch its first recycled rocket for NASA on Friday. (Reuters) SpaceX has delayed its latest grocery run...
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Is ‘re-gifting’ always a bad thing? A new study says no

Is ‘re-gifting’ always a bad thing? A new study says no

“Re-gifting,” the practice of giving someone a gift you already received, is thought to be a major faux pas. But that’s not always true, according to Judy Zaichkowsky, a business professor at Simon Fraser University who co-authored a recent s...
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Kingdom of one: Indian adventurer declares new country in Africa

Kingdom of one: Indian adventurer declares new country in Africa

An Indian adventurer has declared himself the ruler of an unclaimed strip of land between Egypt and Sudan. “It was an epic journey,” Suyash Dixit wrote in a November Facebook post about his trip to this barren no man’s land....
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These were the most wish-listed homes on Airbnb in 2017

These were the most wish-listed homes on Airbnb in 2017

A fairytale treehouse for adults in the city of Atlanta was one of the most wish-listed homes on Airbnb in 2017. The short-term vacation rental site released a country by country look of the most popular homes on people’s wish...
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Tea bags in your office dirtier than toilet seat! Check out shocking truth

Tea bags in your office dirtier than toilet seat! Check out shocking truth

Tea bags in your office dirtier than toilet seat! Check out shocking truth (Image Source IE) Grabbing a cup of coffee or a tea during office hours can be a stress buster for many, however, if we were to find...
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High-intensity workout may slow Parkinson’s symptoms

High-intensity workout may slow Parkinson’s symptoms

By: IANS | Published: December 12, 2017 6:59 pm As the disease progresses, it becomes difficult for patients to walk, talk and complete simple tasks. (Source: File Photo) High-intensity workout three times a week may be safe and help decrease...
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Kidney disease may up risk of diabetes: Study

Kidney disease may up risk of diabetes: Study

By: IANS | New York | Published: December 12, 2017 5:01 pm According to the study when urea builds up in the blood because of kidney dysfunction, it often results in increased insulin resistance.(Source: Thinkstock Images) If you are suffering...
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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot one-and-a-half Earths wide: NASA

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot one-and-a-half Earths wide: NASA

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot – the solar system’s most famous storm – is almost one-and-a-half Earths wide and penetrates about 300 kilometres into the planet’s atmosphere, according to data collected by NASA’s Juno spacecraft. (Image: Reuters) Jupiter...
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Five unique experiences in Shandong

Five unique experiences in Shandong

This northeastern coast of China has abundance of attractive mountains, rivers and lakes Shandong province, known as ‘a jewel between Beijing and Shanghai’, is placed strategically between these two cities and is easily accessible by a bullet train where y...
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Merriam-Webster unveils latest word of the year: ‘Feminism’

Merriam-Webster unveils latest word of the year: ‘Feminism’

NEW YORK – Merriam-Webster has revealed “feminism” as its word of the year for 2017. Company lexicographer and editor at large, Peter Sokolowski, says the word hung in the air throughout the year. It saw a 70 per cent increase...
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Indian Medical Association to doctors: Prescribe generic drugs, medicines with price cap

Indian Medical Association to doctors: Prescribe generic drugs, medicines with price cap

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 12, 2017 4:09 am IMA has also called upon the government to subsidise costs in emergencies in the private sector and create a mechanism for reimbursement as “emergency care is...
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