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95-year-old wakes up during his own funeral in Rajasthan, family shocked
Ram reportedly sat up and told his grieving relatives he had pain in his chest so he decided to take a nap.
Best gig ever: Family needs nanny in Bahamas for Christmas, offers 5-star stay
Dozens of sitters applied within seconds of the request going out, causing a huge spike to the service.
Painted 40,000 years ago, world's earliest figurative art cave paintings discovered in Borneo
Painting in Borneo, possibly depicting native type of wild cattle, is among thousands of artworks discovered decades ago in remote region.
Ayodhya breaks Guinness record with Diwali lamps, lights over 3 lakh diyas
Ayodhya broke Guinness World Record on Tuesday by lighting 3,00,150 earthen lamps and keeping them burning for 45 minutes.
'Single-use' is Collins' 2018 word of the year
Word, which means made to be used only once, came into being as more people are getting aware of the damage caused by plastic waste.
This Diwali, Delhi children demand complete ban on firecrackers
Under initiative by Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF), children marched across the narrow lanes and by-lanes of Sanjay Camp.
First moon walk's commemorative plaque sold for $468,500
The plaque includes a representation of the lunar module that touched down on the moon on July 20, 1969.
Adventurer becomes first person to swim around coast of Great Britain
British endurance athlete Ross Edgley completes 157-day, 1,791-mile swim around Britain.
Vegetarians more miserable, have lower self-esteem than meat-eaters: scientists
According to study, those who cut meat from their diet harbour more negative feelings, have low self-esteem and see less meaning in life.
Bank of England invites public to nominate British scientist to appear on high tech currency
Public has six weeks to register their nominations on the bank's website, with Carney making the selection to be announced next year.