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Saturday, December 17, 2011

World's Shortest Woman Wants Acting Career

Nagpur woman Jyoti amegi, shortest woman in the world declared by Guinness World Record, set to work in  the Kannada film for release next year.
"I always wanted to make a career in acting. This title of world's shortest woman will take my career to new heights, amegi, which stands tall 62.8 cm ".
Double celebration was amegi, who has been granted the title Friday-her 18th.
Amegi was measured three times over the previous day and was given the title. Wockhardt hospital, doctors have measured in the presence of Rob Molloy, the arbitral tribunal, the official Guinness world. "
Amegi wept with joy as she submitted a certificate, in the presence of her father, Kisan, 55, and mother, rangana, 50.
"I'm really happy too and I was awarded this title. I cannot express in words, this means to me, "said the news service.


Sunday, November 27, 2011

Shah Mehmood Qureshi joins Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf

Former Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi joined cricketer turned politician Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf party, giving it a boost in the run-up to the general election scheduled for 2013.
Mr Qureshi, who recently left the ruler Party (PPP) after being disposed of at the beginning of this year, said a meeting of about 30,000 people in Gotki, in southern Sindh that he would be part of the movement of Khan to bring far-reaching changes.
"Imran Khan Sahab, starting today that Shah Mahmood is part of your team," Qureshi said as the crowd applauded.


Robot will charge the duty as guards in Jail at South Korea

Guards of robot with sensors to detect abnormal behavior soon will begin patrolling South Korean prisons to relieve the load on their human counterparts, researchers said Thursday. A group of scientists developed the warders robot under a project won a billion (US $ 850,000) organized by the Ministry of knowledge economy. Robots — 1.5 meters (five) high and running on four wheels — will be used mainly at night.


NASA's Life finding Mission on Mars

Rover curiosity of the American space agency blasted off Saturday on a trip of nearly nine months for Mars, where he will look for signs that life once existed on the red planet.
The rover is the largest and most powerful ever built and is part of the spacecraft of Mars Science Laboratory of NASA's $ 2.5 billion which took off at 10:02 (1502 GMT) at the top of an Atlas V rocket.
"Liftoff of Atlas V with curiosity, seeking clues to the planetary puzzle about life on Mars," said NASA commentator George Diller as the rocket white rose skyward space-cushion to Florida.


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