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Horn of world’s heaviest rhinoceros found in Assam

A high level inquiry committee set up by Assam govt. has completed the work of 509 rhinoceros horns counted in the Koshar of Nagaon district of Central Assam.In the same sequence, during the investigation in Nagaon district, one of the most weighty horns under the supervision of seven other departmental teams of the retired Chief

This is World’s largest aeroplane factory

The MailOnline website has released photos inside the world’s largest aeroplane factory Everett. This factory was built in Seattle in 1967, equivalent to 50 football grounds. More than 50 planes are built every month.By the way, this factory was built to build 747, Boeing, but today the world’s best aircrafts are made here. About 50


On Thursday: World’s most famous movie hall turns 90

On Thursday, the world’s most famous picture house celebrates 90 years at the epicentre of the movie business, the venue of many of Tinseltown’s most glamorous showbiz moments through 16 presidents, a world war and three huge earthquakes. The night before, veteran filmmaker Ridley Scott becomes the 304th star to sink his hands and feet

India aims to be world’s most open economy: PM

Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today invited Japanese investments, saying India has a huge and substantial need for finances and his government was pursuing reform policies to make the country the world’s “most open” economy. Addressing business leaders at the India-Japan Business Leaders’ Forum, he mentioned progress on GST and talked about other reforms in

Australian researchers find world’s oldest fossils

Canberra: Australian researchers have found what are believed to be the world’s oldest fossils, and along with them, signs that diverse life forms lived on Earth up to 3.7 billion years ago. The fossils were discovered in Greenland, and the Australian National University’s (ANU) co-lead investigator, Associate Professor Vickie Bennett, said the breakthrough would not

World’s Scholars Cup 2016 to be hosted in city for first time

Mohali: The World Scholar‘s Cup 2016 for the first time will be hosted by the city at Learning Paths School, Mohali from 26 August. The two-day scholar’s cup will witness around 280 students from 15 schools across the region. Recognised as the biggest global academic tournament, World Scholar’s cup combines debate, collaborative writing, multiple choice tests

Deepika on Forbes’ list of world’s highest paid actresses

New York: Leading Indian actress Deepika Padukone has made her debut among the world’s top 10 highest paid actresses with earnings of USD 10 million dollars in a list alongside Hollywood heavyweights Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts and “Friends” star Jennifer Anniston. Padukone, 30, is the only Indian actress and the sole newcomer in Forbes’

World’s longest, highest glass bridge to open in China

Beijing: The world’s longest and highest glass bridge will open to visitors on Saturday in Hunan province of China, the management committee said. The 430-metre long, six metre wide bridge, paved with 99 panes of three-layer transparent glasses, hangs between two steep cliffs 300 metres above the ground, Xinhua news agency reported. The bridge has

India ranked world’s top exporter of information, communication technology

United Nations: India has been ranked the world’s top exporter of information and communication technology in a UN agency report that recommended that the country leverage this lead to innovate in emerging areas where biology and materials sciences intersect with computing. Overall, India leapt 14 places from the 85th rank last year to the 61st

World’s “most diverse” Yoga Day celebrations to be held over two days at UN

United Nations: The “most diverse” International Yoga Day observances are slated to be held over two days at the UN headquarters where the ancient holistic science of India will be celebrated by a microcosm of the world’s nationalities, religions and cultures, blending its practice and yogic meals with digital interactivity, glamour, and an examination of