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Dinosaur extinction directly related to Maggi, scientists suggest

Dinosaur extinction directly related to Maggi, scientists suggest

Jun 5, 2015 Comments

After allegations were brought to light when it was revealed that Maggi had high content of lead in it, scientists have made a startling discovery about the extinction of dinosaurs and their relationship with Maggi.

Nitin Gadkari demands trees to be planted along roads for best utilization of roadside peeing

Nitin Gadkari demands trees to be planted along roads for best utilization of roadside peeing

May 5, 2015 Comments

“Tonnes of valuable urine goes down the drain year after year, literally. UPA govt slept over this issue, but we won’t,” said Gadkari

USGS recruits Sakshi Maharaj as a honorary scientist after he predicted the cause for earthquakes

USGS recruits Sakshi Maharaj as a honorary scientist after he predicted the cause for earthquakes

Apr 29, 2015 Comments

United States Geological Survey (USGS), which religiously records the occurrence of Earthquake across the world has hit its lottery in India

Dangerous comet observed moving away from earth after cement company launches ad-campaign

Dangerous comet observed moving away from earth after cement company launches ad-campaign

Apr 18, 2015 Comments

Bhutan Indigenous Space & Technology Research Organization (BISTRO) has claimed in a recent observational study that comet Magma 9O7x33 which was initially on collision course with earth has suddenly changed its trajectory.

India launches “Pracheen Nek Puraskar,” an “Ancient Nobel Prize” for Ancient Indian Science

India launches “Pracheen Nek Puraskar,” an “Ancient Nobel Prize” for Ancient Indian Science

Jan 19, 2015 Comments

Satisfied with adulations and gratulations received due to the recent edition of Indian Science Congress, the Indian government has now launched Pracheen Nek Puraskar, an award to recognize the brilliance of ancient Indian minds.

Surgery will not revive dead heartbeats among couples: Cardiac specialist

Surgery will not revive dead heartbeats among couples: Cardiac specialist

Nov 1, 2014 Comments

Speaking on the Indian couples comments, Dr Kumud Dhital reacted from Sydney, Australia,”Sorry to disappoint but modern science is not likely to develop the art a surgical procedure which can revive dead heartbeats among couples alienated from each other. Although we keep working on it.”

Swiss Banks categorized as black holes, withdrawal of anything possessing finite mass is impossible in this era

Swiss Banks categorized as black holes, withdrawal of anything possessing finite mass is impossible in this era

Oct 31, 2014 Comments

“Everything was going fine, as usual, it was early morning time, suddenly every worker felt a dramatic force that was trying to engulf all earthly matter which includes us the sapiens too,this extra gravity pulled all such things to the locker room and things are trapped inside,” revealed SadaLakshmi Keller, an Indian origin banker who managed to escape through the bank.

After finding bats as source of Ebola virus, US panics and expels Batman from Gotham city

After finding bats as source of Ebola virus, US panics and expels Batman from Gotham city

Oct 13, 2014 Comments

“We have got confirmed reports from Africa that Ebola virus was transmitted to the humans via bats. Few Africans had touched or ate the Ebola infected bats and that transmitted this disease to human which is currently spreading across the world,” said mayor of Gotham, justifying his decision.

On being subjected to suspicion and frequent lab tests, blood gets angry, gives man hypertension

On being subjected to suspicion and frequent lab tests, blood gets angry, gives man hypertension

Oct 5, 2014 Comments

“Bloody hell! I have been subjected to pathological tests 42 times in last five years and on 40 of these occasions results have not been not on expected lines,” the blood added.

ISRO dismayed after learning that Pratibha Patil had traveled more distance than Mangalyaan

ISRO dismayed after learning that Pratibha Patil had traveled more distance than Mangalyaan

Sep 24, 2014 Comments

As soon as Mangalyaan entered into Mars orbit after traveling a distance of 650 million kilometers, massive celebrations began at the ISRO control room.