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US Court Says Monkey in ‘Selfie’ Cannot Sue for Copyright

Washington: Monkeys lack standing to sue for copyright protection and an animal rights group cannot act as legal guardian in such matters, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday, in a battle over ownership of a smiling “selfie” taken by

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Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Leads 40,000 Devotees in Hindu Temple Reconsecration Ceremony

Singapore: For the first time since assuming office in 2004, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong led some 40,000 devotees and four ministers at a 164-year-old Hindu temple’s reconsecration ceremony here, following the completion of its SGD 4.5 million restoration work.

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Queen Elizabeth’s Last Royal Corgi and ‘James Bond’ Star Willow Has Died

London: Queen Elizabeth’s last remaining corgi Willow, who famously appeared in a film with Daniel Craig’s James Bond during the 2012 London Olympics’ opening ceremony, has died, British media reported on Thursday. Willow, who was almost 15, was put down

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‘Shah Jahan Didn’t Leave Deed in Favour of Waqf’: Mughal Descendant on Taj Mahal Row

Agra: YH Tucy, who claims to be the great grandson of last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, has said the Sunni Waqf Board has no claim over the Taj Mahal and Ayodhya’s Babri Masjid land. The Taj Mahal, is the

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Russia Warns of ‘Consequences’ After US Leads Punitive Strikes on Syria

Syria ally Russia warned on Friday of “consequences” following the launch of US-led strikes against Bashar al-Assad’s regime in retaliation for a suspected chemical attack. ALSO READ:HERE’S WHY BEING GRATEFUL IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT AS PER UCLA NEUROSCIENTISTS “Again, we are

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Here’s Why Being Grateful is Extremely Important as per UCLA Neuroscientists

We all work tirelessly in pursuit of happiness; however, in the course we forget how to be happy. While you’ll hear a lot about how to be a happy person, neuroscientists at the University of California, Los Angeles, suggest being

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Tiny male python and the massive 20ft female he was mating with are killed by hungry villagers and chopped up to be cooked in a STIR FRY

A massive 20 foot female python and the tiny male it was mating with were killed by hungry villagers who chopped up the creatures and cooked them in a stir fryLocals on the Malaysian island of Borneo found the pair

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Russian ‘Progress 69’ Cargo Mission to International Space Station Aborted

The planned launch of a Russian Progress cargo spacecraft from Kazakhstan to the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday has been scrubbed, NASA said. The launch was scheduled to take place from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 2.58 pm

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‘I actually talk to him more when I’m away!’ Smitten Laura Whitmore admits she’s spending first Valentine’s Day without Love Island beau Iain Sterling

She’s in South Africa for the first time as she prepares to fulfil a new hosting role on forthcoming reality show Survival of the Fittest. But Laura Whitmore admits her three week stay on the sweltering savannah, where 12 contestants

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Make-up free Angelina Jolie sips on a soda during rare solo outing in Los Angeles

She usually has one or more of her six children by her side. But on Tuesday Angelina Jolie made a rare solo outing in Los Angeles to run some errands. The 42-year-old went make-up free while sipping on a diet

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Pune hosts the first round of Young Chef Olympiad, world’s largest culinary competition

une hosted the first round of the fourth edition of Young Chef Olympiad (YCO), a culinary competition yesterday. The event was held at International Institute of Hotel Management (IIHM), Pune. RECIPE PROVIDED IN TWO HOURS FOR: Poached Egg Florentine Lemon

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This Japanese island is the most trending travel spot on Earth

the pristine blue waters and white sandy beaches of beautiful Ishigaki, Japan, have earned the ranking of number one in the world. The island has topped TripAdvisor’s Destinations on the Rise list. The awards, now in its sixth year, recognise

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Sherin Mathews’ jailed foster parents give up right to biological daughter

The Indian-American foster parents of Sherin Mathews, the three-year-old Indian girl who was found dead in a culvert in Dallas, on Friday relinquished custody and parental rights to their biological child. In a custody hearing, Wesley and Sini Mathews stood

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FBI re-releases 9/11 Pentagon photos

The FBI has re-released a batch of archival photos showing the devastation at the Pentagon following the 9/11 terror attacks. The FBI uploaded 27 photos to its website’s “FBI Records: The Vault” section, showing the horrific aftermath at the facility,

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Colombia landslides leave at least 200 dead and many more injured after heavy flooding – with 220 missing

AT LEAST 200 people have died and many more injured in southern Colombia, authorities have confirmed.

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