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Robotic cerebellum may help humans

WASHINGTON: A chip that helped injured rats move can open the way to providing human amputees with fully functioning robotic limbs, new research says. 

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Siraj Haqqani denies hand in Rabbani’s killing

LONDON: Branded as a "veritable arm" of ISI, the Haqqani network's operational chief Sirajuddin Haqqani has claimed that his group did not kill Burhanuddin Rabbani and denied any links with the Pakistani spy agency.

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Indian flag flies high at CERN

CERN (FRANCE): As the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, famously known as CERN, explores the process behind the formation of the universe, Indian scientific and technological contribution is what keeps the world’s biggest particle physics laboratory buzzing.

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Lia Diskin, a Gandhian in Brazil

SAO PAULO: Completely and selflessly devoting her life to the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, Ms Lia Diskin, an Argentine woman and a life-long follower of the message of non-violence, observed Gandhi Jayanti in Brazil this year, as she and her organisation have been doing for the past 30 years.

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Dalai Lama to receive Mahatma Gandhi peace prize in S Africa

JOHANNESBURG: The Dalai Lama will receive the Mahatma Gandhi peace prize, the legendary Indian leader’s granddaughter, Ms Ela Gandhi announced here today on Gandhi Jayanti and asked the South African government to grant a visa to the Tibetan spiritual leader to visit the country.

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