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'Lone wolf terrorism' attacks rising in recent decades
A new report has shed light on the growing threat of terrorist attacks carried out by individuals. ANI

Now, recall your entire life on Facebook's new 'timeline'
Facebook's latest feature, 'Timeline' will now enable users to tell the story of their lives on a single page. ANI

Late Steve Jobs tops list of most fascinating celebrities
Late Steve Jobs has been named the most fascinating celebrities of 2011, according to Barbara Walters' annual The Ten Most Fascinating People of the year. ANI

First faint star discovered in globular cluster M22
A Swiss astrophysicist has for the first time detected a low-mass star in globular cluster M22 through microlensing. ANI

Robotic therapy helps 'immobilized' stroke survivors walk again
A new study has found that severely impaired stroke survivors could walk better when a robotic assist system was added to conventional rehabilitation. ANI

'Beauty' of nearby 'starburst' galaxy captured in 'crisp' details
Astronomers have captured perhaps the most detailed wide-field view of nearby spiral galaxy NGC 253 using VLT Survey Telescope (VST). ANI

Heavy lunch can make one sleepy while driving
A study has claimed that drivers who eat a big meal risk falling asleep while they are driving. ANI

Now, drum machine comes in T-shirt
Many may mistake it as an image of a drum machine on a shirt, but you can actually beat on it. ANI

Genetic blueprint of medicinal plants captured
Scientists are set to release all the data they have so far on the genetic blueprint of medicinal plants and what beneficial properties are encoded by the genes identified ANI

'White dwarf' triggers giant supernovae explosion
Some of the brightest known explosions in the universe, type 1a supernovae, are triggered by ancient, dense stars called white dwarfs, a new study has revealed. ANI

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