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Mahatma Gandhi’s last ashes immersed in sea

30. January 2008

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The last ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed in Arabian Sea in Mumbai in accordance with Hindu rituals on 30th Jan,2008, a day that marked 60th death anniversary of the Mahatma. Mahatma was killed by Nathuram Godse,a hindu fanatic on 30th Jan,1948 in Delhi. Gandhi ji’s great grand daughter,Nilamben Parikh immersed the urn into Arabian […]

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“Baby girl” to undergo surgery

29. January 2008

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Baby girl,who has 5 legs will be operated upon to remove her extra leg.Another of her limb which is said to be deformed will also be removed. The 18 month old cat was found wandering on the streets of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.She walks on three legs only. She is currently under the care of Washington […]

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Sania Mirza is Asia’s numero uno

29. January 2008

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India’s only WTA title winner, Sania Mirza,despite of her injuries and inconsistency has managed a feat,she has,now become Asia’s #1 women tennis player. Her Australian Open performance(she reached third round) has helped her climb to 29th spot with 931 WTA points.She is now ahead of China’s Li Na,who is now at 32nd position. Her doubles […]

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Harbhajan cleared of racism charges

29. January 2008

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The appeal commissioner,Justin John Hansen has cleared Harbhajan Singh of racist charges(against Andrew Symonds) in the Sydney test in a near 5 hour long hearing in Adelaide. The ban of three test matches has dissappeared consequently.

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Scientists make beating heart in laboratory

22. January 2008

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MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (January, 13 2008) — University of Minnesota researchers have created a beating heart in the laboratory. By using a process called whole organ decellularization, scientists from the University of Minnesota Center for Cardiovascular Repair grew functioning heart tissue by taking dead rat and pig hearts and reseeding them with a mixture […]

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