| 2013 | January | 19

  • No Spitfires found buried in Burma

    Yangoon, Jan 19 (): Archaeologists who are hunting for World War II Spitfires in Burma have now said that there are no planes buried at the sites where they have been digging. They have concluded that the evidence does not support the original claim that a lost squadron of World War II Spitfires, as many…

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  • Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah

    Texas, Jan 19 (): In an interview with Oprah Winfrey that was aired Thursday, cycling legend Lance Armstrong admitted that he had doped throughout most of his famed cycling career and that he bullied people who dared to tell the truth about it. In the first part of his interview, he said that he doped…

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  • Congress begins ‘Chintan Shivir’ in Jaipur

    Jaipur, Jan 19 ():The two-day-long session of the ruling Congress has started in Jaipur, where the Congress is footing the bill for the “Chintan Shivir, an urgent need to reform the criminal justice system and ensure swift punishment to the accused who indulge in sexual assault against women. Getting a face-lift for the event, Congress,…

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  • William Shatner is a douche, says ‘Star Trek’ co-star George Takei

    New York, Jan. 19 (ANI): George Takei, who co-starred with William Shatner in ‘Star Trek’ 45 years ago, still remembers the experience vividly but not with fondness. “Bill’s douchiness…He’s very self-possessed, self-involved, everything revolves around the captain,” the New York Post quoted him as saying on ‘Watch What Happens Live.’ The 75-year-old Japanese American actor…

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  • Vitamin B and folate supplements may help migraine sufferers

    Melbourne, January 19 (ANI): A team of Queensland researchers is close to developing a new treatment for severe headaches, which consists of vitamin B and folate supplements. The remedy would help the 20 per cent of migraine sufferers whose condition is genetic, said Griffith University postdoctoral researcher Bridget Maher. Telling to a news agency she…

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  • Time for Gen Next in Congress, Rahul to take charge

    Jaipur, Jan 19 (ANI): If there is one issue that has been smartly orchestrated and carefully synchronized at the Congress Party’s ‘Chintan Shivir’, it is the growing demand for declaring Rahul Gandhi as the prime ministerial candidate of the party before 2014 polls. Congress think tank members and senior functionaries like Ahmad Patel, Janardhan Dwivedi,…

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