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Electronics might just get smaller, faster and more powerful now

Scientists, including those of Indian origin, have discovered a new material with the highest-ever conductivity in its class, which could lead to smaller, faster and more powerful electronic devices.

Slain militant gets gun salute by fellow militants in Kashmir

A group of militants appeared at the funeral of a slain militant and fired a volley of bullets in the air as a form of "gun salute" in south Kashmir's Kulgam district on Sunday.

Indian High Commission has detained my wife, says Pakistani man

Uzma, who belongs to New Delhi, and Tahir met in Malaysia and fell in love with each other, after which she travelled to Pakistan on May 1 via the Wagah border. The two contracted nikkah (marriage) on May 3.

France votes for new President as Macron, Le Pen face off

Polling day follows an unprecedented campaign marked by scandal, repeated surprises and a last-minute hacking attack on Macron, a 39-year-old who has never held elected office.

Two years, 23 lives, and daily ceasefire violation from Pakistan

At least one incident of ceasefire violation by Pakistan has been reported daily along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir in 2015 and 2016, with 23 security personnel being killed in the two years, the Home Ministry said in an RTI reply.

White House fires its first woman manager, gives no reason

No reason was given for Angella Reid's dismissal. Two White House officials confirmed that Reid, hired in late 2011, had been let go. Reid was the first woman and second African-American to hold the post.

Dangal does business worth $ 3 mn in two days in China

Aamir is one of the most popular Bollywood actors in China, and his other movies "3 Idiots" and "PK" have done roaring business here before.

A novel way to attend funerals: go online!

There is a growing trend of crematoriums offering live-streaming of funeral services in the UK with millennials more open to the idea of attending the last rites of loved ones online.

Hyderabad is India’s cleanest metro city: Swachh survey

From a total of 2,000 marks, Hyderabad obtained 1605, while Mumbai got 1535 marks, Bengaluru 967 and Chennai 915.

Emergency meeting by Britain’s Queen sparks off a rumour frenzy

Meeting comes a day after the Queen met Prime Minister May at Buckingham Palace to formally agree to the dissolution of Parliament, officially kick-starting the campaign ahead of the general election on June 8.

Pakistan takes serious note of India returning its students

Referring to "India's hostile policy towards Pakistan", Zakaria alleged that "Hindu extremist organisations are involved while the government is watching as a silent spectator".

Guardians of the Galaxy 2: Engaging, but not thoroughly entertaining

This sequel does have scenes that feel a bit like playing it safe, repeating ideas that worked in part one and in other Marvel Universe films. But thankfully, overall this does not seem like a mere copy.

Three detained in Uttar Pradesh elopement murder case

Ghulam Mohammad was beaten to death in Bulandshahar district a day earlier. The killing came days after Mohammad's relative eloped with a Hindu girl. The detained men belong to the Hindu Yuva Vahini.

UP village bans mobile phones for women to stop eloping

The ruling was issued in Madora, a mainly Muslim village in Uttar Pradesh. The order is against the Constitution and action will be taken against the khap panchayat, police chief Arun Kumar Singh said.

Hamas condemned for holding two ‘mentally-challenged’ Israelis

In a detailed report based on interviews with the men's families and with Israeli and Palestinian officials, the New York-based rights group said Avera Mangistu and Hisham al-Sayed likely wandered into Gaza on foot and had no connection to hostilities between Israel and Gaza.

Kerala says remonetisation has failed, demands policy change

The government of Kerala on Tuesday said the remonetisation process of the Centre has not resolved the currency shortage felt in the State and demanded that the union government correct its policy.

The Rock will have a gorilla buddy in his new film ‘Rampage’

Actor Dwayne Johnson, popular as The Rock from WWE, has revealed details of his movie 'Rampage'. "I head an anti-poaching unit out of Rwanda. My best friend is a rare albino gorilla named George," he said.

Heroines in Hindi films now more liberated: Swara Bhaskar

Actress Swara Bhaskar, who has essayed some strongly opinionated roles in films like "Nil Battey Sannata" and "Listen... Amaya", says that heroines in Hindi films are no longer expected to be like "a white angelic character".

Fake Rs 2,000 notes seized along border

Guwahati: Fake Indian currency notes with a face value of Rs 4.4 lakh were recovered by BSF personnel from a village along the Indo-Bangladesh...

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