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Signs of life on Mars

Signs of life on Mars

Scientists have claimed that there are basic building blocks of life found on Mars. Certain evidences from Martian also support the claim.

28 May 2012
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A Parental Plea: Don’t Make Me See “Smaug”!

A Parental Plea: Don’t Make Me See “Smaug”!

We spend a hell of a lot time in this great country of ours thinking about the children (indeed, there’s even a Wikipedia entry for “think of the children”). But shouldn’t we also think about the parents every once in a while?

13 December 2013
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FAA is looking into contention regarding Bieber’s Flight to New Jersey

FAA is looking into contention regarding Bieber’s Flight to New Jersey

It’s no later than last week, when the world famous singer Justin Bieber impeded with the flight squad. Under FAA policies, no individual is allowed to intimidate, interfere, threaten or assault with the crew members in response to their duties...

22 February 2014
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Do you know about the US Army’s new Superchopper?

Do you know about the US Army’s new Superchopper?

Helicopter or new Superchopper? What you say? Although surprising but the interesting fact, the US Army’s new Superchopper will be able to carry heavy good

10 July 2014
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Apple Pay is currently prepared for TSB and Tesco Bank – however where's Barclays?

Apple Pay is currently prepared for TSB and Tesco Bank – however where's Barclays?

Apple Pay launched in the UK rear in July with a handful of banks involved with the service. Gradually and certainly about all of the big name banks have attached Apple Pay to sustain contactless payments. The newest accumulations to that catalog are TSB and Tesco Bank. If you're a client of any, you'll be capable to go into the Apple Wallet app now and enter your card particulars.

18 November 2015
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A Crucial Call From JPMorgan’s Chief

A Crucial Call From JPMorgan’s Chief

In late September, four hours before the Justice Department planned to hold a news conference to announce civil charges against JPMorgan Chase over its sale of troubled mortgage securities, Jamie Dimon, the bank’s chief executive, personally called one of Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.’s top lieutenants to reopen settlement talks, Ben Protess and Jessica Silver-Greenberg report in DealBook. The call scuttled the news conference and set in motion weeks of negotiations that have led to a tentative $1

21 October 2013
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Lady Gaga is rumored to take place of Beyoncé at Coachella 2017

Lady Gaga is rumored to take place of Beyoncé at Coachella 2017

This year's gargantuan music festival has something different to make people breathe in the air of music. Gossips are circulating around with the names of Lady Gaga and Daft Punk, but both of them haven't yet confirmed.

28 February 2017
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Lindsay Lohan's lifestyle leading to premature aging

Lindsay Lohan's lifestyle leading to premature aging

Recently Lindsay Lohan appeared at the Red Carpet with bleached blonde locks and a serious tan, looking a bit aged of about 40 rather than 25.

24 October 2012
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Your iPhone 6S might be reporting a wrong battery life – here's how to repair it

Your iPhone 6S might be reporting a wrong battery life – here's how to repair it

Apple is examining a bug in the iPhone 6S that can root it to show the incorrect quantity of battery life while you're travelling – however there is a fix for anybody who runs into the difficulty. The mistake happens when the cell phone switches time zones mechanically, or when you alter the time on the gadget yourself. Several users are finding the battery percentage is not updating, although the charge is dipping.

19 January 2016
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Skyjacked: A nation with no airline security

Skyjacked: A nation with no airline security

Imagine the airport with no security. No metal detectors. No TSA guards. No luggage searches. Boarding an airliner with a firearm could be as easy as putting a pistol in your pocket and taking your seat. That's the way it was in the United States in the early 1970s when an epidemic of airline "skyjackings" dominated the news. Hijackers' motives ranged from political to financial. Their destinations spanned North America, Europe and Asia and quite often included the island nation of Cuba. The hijackings took

25 June 2013
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