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IPhone 6 dropped from space, lands in perfectly working condition.

Worried about dropping your iPhone? Shouldn’t be worried anymore. The smartphone was placed in a case from Urban Armor Gear and dropped from an altitude of 100,000 feet above ground. The phone was sent to the space with the help of a balloon and flight ring along with a backup phone with GPS and active tracking. Two GoPro cameras and ... Read More »

Black box of crashed AirAsia QZ8501 plane found

Indonesian divers found the black box recorders of the AirAsia plane QZ8501 that crashed in the Java Sea with 162 people on board. Difficulties were caused in the easy recovery as it was stuck under the debris from the main body of the plane at a depth of 99-162 feet (10-32 meters). “The navy divers in the Jadayat state boat ... Read More »

German newspaper Hamburger Morgenpost office blitzed after reprinting charlie hebdo cartoons

The aftermath of the recent Paris attacks: a fiery blitz on a hapless newspaper company, in Hamburgh, Germany. A company that had been foolish enough to reprint versions of the cartoon that sparked off the paris outrage in the first place. Charlie hebado cartoons. They’d made an appearance in a magazine one week ago, in the hamburger morning post, with the ... Read More »

Air Asia QZ8501 Tail Found, blackbox yet to be recovered

Tail of Air Asia QZ8501 was found by the forensic search team in the Java sea. Identifiable portion of the wreckage painted in red and white considered to be flight QZ8501. Sonars have found large pieces of debris yet to confirm from the missing flight. The flight bound to Singapore from Surabaya lost contact after pilot requested the communication centre ... Read More »

Charlie Hebdo Carnage

Two Heavily armed gunmen opened fire at Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine in Paris killing 12 people and many injured. An Eye witness said , “They shot everywhere shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ and drove off after the incident. We ran to the rooftop and stayed there. They were dressed in black with balaclava caps heavily armed and continued firing in the ... Read More »

6 students of the TKM Engineering college dies in a Kerala road accident after returning the New Year bash

Six engineering students of the TKM Kollam Engineering College, Kollam dies in an accident when their speeding car rammed into a lorry. All of the students were of the third year and they were returning from Varkala beach after the new year bash. “The car was at high speed and it rammed into my lorry. The bodies were taken out ... Read More »

2-Year-Old Boy Accidentally shoots & Killed Mother in Walmart, Hayden, Idaho

A 2-year-old boy accidentally shoots and killed his mother (29) Mother in Walmart, Hayden, Idaho. The woman had a concealed weapons permit. The boy reached his mother’s bag and shot the caliber handgun, which discharged once. There were another three children accompanied. The store was closed after the incident. The woman’s husband arrived after the incident and took the children ... Read More »

DoT to block 32 Websites entirely

Twitter is being flooded with the news that 32 websites including GitHub, Sourceforge, Archive.org, Vimeo & Dailymotion will be blocked as per the orders from DOT, Department of Telecom. A circulated letter shows a list of 32 websites which will be blocked under the order. What matters is that the entire website will be blocked instead of a particular page ... Read More »

AirAsia Zest plane overshoots the runway at Kalibo International Airport, Aklan, Philippines

Soon after the AirAsia’s flight QZ8501 disappeared over the Java Sea on Sunday morning, the domestic carrier AirAsia Zest’s plane Z2272 with 159 passengers on board overshot a runway at Kalibo International Airport near Boracay, Aklan. The flight originated from Manila. AirAsia Zest is partly owned by AirAsia Philippines. Giovanni Hontomin, AirAsia Zest’s operations, said crew members helped passengers disembark ... Read More »

Mahendra Singh Dhoni retires from Test Cricket with immediate effect. Strain of playing all formats

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian Cricket captain retired from Test Cricket with immediate effect due to ‘strain of playing all formats’ after the Indian team lost the Border-Gavaskar Trophy to Australia. “He is the man behind and whose leadership made the Indian team to the 1st position in the Test Rankings. He retired from Test Cricket citing the strain of playing ... Read More »

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