Web Desk(April 28, 2018): On January 9, 1324, the Venetian traveler, merchant, and writer Marco Polo was preparing for his final journey – to the afterlife that he as a God-fearing Christian was certain existed.Aged 70, Polo summoned a...
Web Desk(April 27, 2018): Archaeologists have uncovered what may be the largest single mass child sacrifice event in human history.More than 140 children were sacrificed at about the same time in Peru’s northern coastal region, about 550 years ago.The discovery...
Web Desk(April 26, 2018): A curious thing happens when you type in the words ‘India first PM’ into Google India’s search bar since late Wednesday. reported TOI.The search engine correctly spits out the answer in the form of a Wikipedia...
Web Desk(April 25, 2018): A mummified body discovered near the site of a former royal mausoleum in Iran may be the remains of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the founder of the Pahlavi dynasty and the father of the country’s last...
Web Desk (April 24, 2018): Italy is a country that teeters under the weight of the art it carries. Milan, city of commerce and fashion, is an aberration, dismissed by the Romans as an uncivilised, uncultured place. But there...
Web Desk (April 2018): Over 2,000 years old and located in the north-west of Saudi Arabia is al-Ula, the world’s largest open museum.Al-Ula region is a rocky area which is home to numerous artefacts dating back to 900BC, making...
Web Desk(April 24, 2018): The employee received the first delivery by accident, but never reported it to his superiors and instead profited from the mistake.A Texas man was sentenced on Friday to 50 years in prison, after being convicted of stealing...
Web Desk(April 23, 2018): A man in Paris has become the world’s first to successfully receive two facial transplants.Jérôme Hamon, 43, underwent his first face transplantation procedure in 2010 to treat neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder characterized by the growth of tumors along...
Web Desk(April 23, 2018): In an unprecedented move, scientists at the Salk Institute implanted tiny human brain organoids into the heads of mice.What they observed was the mice looked and behaved like ordinary mice, while supplying blood and nutrients...
Web Desk (April 18, 2018): A Hong Kong tourism company recently made it to the Guinness World Records building a large-scale replica out of LEGO to celebrate the launch of a new 18-deck, 151,695-ton cruise ship.The LEGO ship was...

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