Archive | March, 2008

10 years of Viagra

24. March 2008


The revolutionary drug Viagra also known as Revatio, that changed lives of countless number of men and women instantaneously becomes 10 year old this month. The drug we know as Viagra was not intended and was discovered serendipitously(accidentally) by a team working in the research laboratory of the drug giant Pfizer. They were testing Sildenafil, […]

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India test fires nuclear capable Agni-I sucessfully

23. March 2008


India on Sunday successfully test-fired its nuclear-capable surface-to-surface Agni-1 missile from the Wheelers’ Island, a defence base in the Bay of Bengal on Orissa coast.”It was the second user’s trial of this sophisticated missile,” officials associated with the trial said. The 15 metre tall Agni-1 missile, weighing about 12 tonnes, is capable of carrying both […]

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This is how the international airport of Delhi(IGI) looks like.

15. March 2008


This is nothing new and there have been rants about this ever since its existence. I recently went to IGI( Indira Gandhi International) airport to receive a friend of mine. This was my first visit after about 10+ years and (i can say things havent changed) the first time i went i was too young […]

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Canadian woman gives birth to naturally born triplets

13. March 2008


A Canadian couple has shattered the odds with the birth of naturally conceived, identical triplets. Thea and Phil Willson became the proud parents of Daniella, Alexis and Gemma on February 29, 10 weeks before the babies’ expected due date. Naturally born identical triplets are born at a rate of one in 20 million, said Michael […]

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Kansas woman and her boyfriend’s pot inseparable!

13. March 2008


Authorities are considering charges in the bizarre case of a woman who sat on her boyfriend’s toilet for two years — so long that her body was stuck to the seat by the time the man finally called police. It appeared the 35-year-old Ness City woman’s skin had grown around the seat, said Ness County […]

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