Breakthrough: Scientists reverse aging

Is immortality here? One would be forced to ask this question as a company has claimed that it has been able to reverse aging. BioViva USA Inc has said that in a breakthrough first successful gene therapy against aging has been done on the company's CEO. The therapy reversed

Sikh MLA in Pakistan shot dead

In the latest attack on a religious minority in the majority-Muslim nation, gunmen shot dead a prominent Sikh MLA on Friday. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa MLA Soran Singh was a leading figure in Pakistan´s tiny Sikh community and an adviser to a Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister, representing Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). He was attacked

Trump uses Indian accent during rant about outsourcing

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump on Friday as used a fake Indian accent to make a point about outsourcing. However, to not sound too offensive, he did cover up by referring to Vietnam as well while also stating that he thinks India is a great place and it isn't India that

Chinese temple has a robot monk!

Temples are too going hi-tech as a Buddhist shrine near Beijing has developed a robot monk that can chant Buddhist mantras, move via voice command, and hold a simple conversation. Named Xian'er, the 2-foot tall robot resembles a cartoon-like novice monk in yellow robes with a shaven head, holding a touch

3 injured in explosion at gurdwara in Germany

Three persons were injured in an explosion in the city of Essen in west Germany. A 60-year-old man was reportedly critical. According to a report, a spokesman for Essen police said that a masked person is reported to have fled the scene shortly after the blast at 7 pm on Saturday. The

William & Kate trek to Tiger’s Nest monastery

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Friday trekked to the famous Tiger's Nest monastery in Bhutan. Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton took less than three hours to cover the distance through a pine forest on the slopes of the hill to the spectacular monastery that dates back to 1692

WATCH: Lensman, plane in a near-miss

Normally, the terminology of near-miss is used when two aircraft pass each other very closely. But this was a new type of near-miss. A man trying to click a photograph of a plane landing in St Barts narrowly missed getting hit by the aircraft as he just ducked in time.

Massive quake, 103 aftershocks rock Japan, nine dead

A shallow earthquake in Japan with an intensity of 7 on Richter scale killed at least nine persons late on Thursday. Nearly 800 people were injured, 50 severely. About 44,449 people were evacuated. The magnitude of the tremors was not too high by Japenese standards, but as it was centred just

William, Kate try hand at archery in Bhutan

Britain’s Prince William and wife Kate Middleton met Bhutan’s King and Queen on Thursday. After they were welcomed by colourful dancers and musicians at a ceremony in the tiny Himalayan nation, they tried their hand at Bhutan's national sport of archery. Later in the evening, both sauntered out for dinner with

Rare rain causes flooding in Riyadh

In a rare occurrence, a severe storm caused flooding in Riyadh and led to traffic snarls on Wednesday. All schools were shut in the Saudi Arabia's capital due to the storm. This came about one month after rare heavy rain hit most areas of the United Arab Emirates on March