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Eagle gives Prince Charles a scare

Prince Charles had a close encounter with an eagle when the bird, a military mascot, nearly clipped the royal heir with its massive wings.

Ex-Top Gear trio move to Amazon

Jeremy Clarkson

Sacked BBC Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has signed a deal with Amazon to present a new motoring show alongside his former co-presenters Rich-ard Hammond and Ja-mes May.

Amid border tensions, Bajrangi Bhaijaan big hit in Pakistan

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

The Bajrangi Bhaijaan fever has gripped audiences in Pakistan and thanks to the positive Indo-Pak message in the movie, the Salman Khan-starrer has received phenomenal response, with people thronging

Anuradha Roy in Booker longlist

Anuradha Roy

Indian novelist Anuradha Roy, who is also a well-known publisher, has made it to the Booker longlist with her latest book, Sleeping on Jupiter.

Michael Chabon to pen Bob the musical

Michael Chabon

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon is in talks to write Disney’s comedy, Bob the Musical.The 52-year-old writer has previously worked on many other projects for Disney and 2004’s Spider-Man

It’s official! Brains of intelligent people work better

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Scientists refer to this as the neural efficiency hypothesis, although it is now accepted by experts as an undisputed fact, with ample evidence to support it

Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet oppose Amnesty sex trade move

Meryl Streep

Actresses Meryl Streep, Lena Du-nham, Kate Winslet and Anne Hathaway have opposed a human rights group’s proposal to decriminalise sex trade.

Oxford English Dictionary starts search for first use of ‘email’

The Oxford English Dictionary has launched a search to find the first recorded use in English of the word “email”.

Nineteen-year-old Naina was made to take the place of her mother who had died of tuberculosis in 2004.

Punjab is back in the headlines with a brutality reminiscent of the violent Eighties. In the early hours of July 27, three gunmen dressed in Army uniforms struck at Gurdaspur.