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India’s iconic Hindustan Ambassador gets EV makeover

For nearly six decades since its introduction in the late Fifties, the Ambassador has been as much of an icon ...
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More than 3,500 vehicles destroyed following massive airport fire

1 of 8 A massive fire mysteriously broke out over the weekend at the Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort ...
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Brazil confirms first indigenous case of coronavirus in Amazon

An indigenous woman in a village deep in the Amazon rainforest has contracted the novel coronavirus, the first case reported ...
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Super Greens: How to Grow Nature’s Own Super Food at Home

Being healthy is a goal for most people, yet attaining and maintaining good health can be an ongoing struggle in ...
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From 7 to 100s! This Hero Brought Sparrows Back From Near-Extinction In His Village

Rabindra Sahu was not surprised when his friend, Lingaraj Panda, a photographer, complained about how he was not able to ...
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How a team of Filipino scientists developed a COVID-19 test kit

Manila (CNN Philippines Life) — The Filipino science community remains largely underappreciated and underfunded. Within the last five years, the ...
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Coronavirus: US moves towards promoting broader use of face masks

The administration of United States President Donald Trump is formalising new guidance to recommend that many, if not all, people ...
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COVID-19 pandemic is testing world leaders. Who’s stepping up?

The COVID-19 pandemic is threatening lives and livelihoods across the world. In just three months, more than a million people ...
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Cautious optimism as Italy shows initial signs of crisis slowing

Turin, Italy - Initial signs of a slowdown in Italy's coronavirus epidemic, the world's deadliest, have started appearing across the ...
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US coronavirus deaths near 6,000, cases top 240,000: Live updates

The number of coronavirus infections continue to rise worldwide, with more than 1,013,000 people diagnosed, as the death toll surpassed ...
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