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Crucial Steps Ahead for Flying Cars

An artist’s conception of the AeroMobil flying car. (Credit: AeroMobil) Flying cars are up against a wall — literally. Turning aircraft into street-safe machines requires manufacturers to prove their safety standards in crash tests. So at least one expensive prototype needs to get smashed to smithereens, while its dummy passengers …

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A Stella way to have fun at Aussie World

GET the kids off the iPads and head out for a night of good old-fashioned family fun at the Stella Winter Wonderland. Stella Maris School Parents and Friends Association will present the Stella Winter Wonderland at Aussie World on Saturday, July 29. Gates open at 5.30pm for a fun-filled, adrenalin-packed …

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Gal Gadot comforts emotional young fan at Comic-Con

PrevNext Gal Gadot. Pic/AFP Gal Gadot comforted a young fan who teared up after she met the ‘Wonder Woman’ star at Comic-Con. In the video, a girl, dressed as Wonder Woman, can be seen emotionally approaching Gadot for an autograph signing at Comic-Con on Sunday, reports dailymail.co.uk. The young fan …

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MSSA football: No medical aid for injured Aman Joshi

PrevNext Injured Aman Joshi applies ice on his hand at Azad Maidan yesterday. Pic/Suresh Karkera St Francis D’Assisi B’s (Borivli) Aman Joshi was left without any medical attention after severely hurting his hand during a Mumbai Schools Sports (MSSA)-organised U-16 Division III encounter against Sacred Heart (Santacruz). Aman collided with …

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HIV-preventing vaginal ring found safe for teenage girls: Study

A vaginal ring that contains an experimental antiretroviral (ARV) drug, previously found to provide protection against HIV infection in women, has been found safe and acceptable in teenage girls, researchers claim. Dapivirine, also known as TMC-120, belongs to a class of ARVs called non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors that bind to …

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Recalling violent incidents may hamper memory, cognitive skills : Study

The findings demonstrate the long-lasting effects of violence on cognition and memory recall and highlight the need for policies that provide proper therapy for those coping with violence. (Source: File Photo) People who experience violent incidents in their life and often recall them, even those that happened a decade earlier, …

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Dunkirk: Will Christopher Nolan finally win an Oscar?

Written by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Published:July 24, 2017 2:35 pm From direction to production, director Christopher Nolan has managed to give his attention to detail in every aspect of the film. Set during the Second World War, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk chronicles the evacuation of British soldiers who …

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Renowned astrophysicist Yash Pal dies at 90

Renowned astrophysicist Professor Yash Pal, who did yeoman work in the field of cosmic rays and high energy physics, died here on Monday night due to age-related illness. He was 90. A passionate educator who became popular specially with children for his programmes that enunciated tough subjects in simple terms, …

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Justin Bieber Canceled His Tour Because of Christ

Justin Bieber I Canceled My Tour Because of Christ 7/25/2017 10:37 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Justin Bieber pulled the plug on his Purpose tour because he “rededicated his life to Christ” … sources connected to Hillsong Church tell TMZ. Bieber’s decision seemed to come out of the blue, but our sources say …

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What 'intimidated' Chris Hemsworth's Thor while filming?

HE PLAYS the musclebound God of Thunder, all powerful and afraid of nothing. But, it looks like Chris Hemsworth met his match on the Gold Coast set of the third instalment of the Marvel franchise, Thor: Ragnarok. The Aussie star has admitted to being “wildly intimidated” about going toe to …

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