December 27, 2012 Although it’s unclear whether or not either project is still destined for the big screen, Cartoon Brew…
The experimental Launch of Agni-2-P Missile experienced a trajectory deviation immediately after the lift-off from the Wheeler island, off the coast of Orissa this morning, leading to the failure of the mission. A press release said: “Experimental launch of Agni-2-P Missile experienced a trajectory deviation. Detailed analysis is in progress.” “Many new technologies like Composite
India on Thursday successfully test-fired the 290-km range BrahMos cruise missile from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur off the Orissa coast. The supersonic cruise missile with precision strike capability was test-fired from a mobile launcher at 1100 hours from the launch pad No. 3 of the ITR. The missile can fly at 2.8
You may not need to pore over those ancient albums and family trees to find out who your ancestors were, for a new DNA test that reveals a “historical archive” of where you come from is up for sale. University of Edinburgh researchers found it was possible to detect whether a person”s parents or ancestors
Mariah Carey discovered she was expecting only when she took a test to prove pregnancy rumours wrong. The R&B superstar went public with the happy news in a series of TV chats and told Access Hollywood Live she only took a test because she and husband Nick Cannon were sick of reports she was with
It’s no secret that studios often hastily change endings before a movie is released. When a film scores badly with test audiences or studio execs, the original closing moments are often the first thing to go. And often, it’s not a bad thing: the new ending of Return of the Jedi, for example, refrained from
South African President Jacob Zuma has taken an HIV test in an effort to encourage his countrymen to do the same.
“I am doing so to encourage as many South Africans as possible to do the same,” the president, who took the test Thursday was quoted as saying by BuaNews.
Zuma said though HIV tests are voluntary
Scientists have developed a simple blood test that is capable of detecting breast cancer in women before it can be detected by standard screening methods.
Normal breast screening checks using x-rays – only detect a tumour once it is three of four times bigger, by which time it may have started to spread beyond the breast.