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Elon Musk and his employee Shivon Zilis welcomed two children last year at the time when the Tesla CEO and then his girlfriend Grimes headed for a split.
Residents of US US had their eyes glued to the sky as it turned bright green before severe storms hit Sioux Falls city. Photos and videos of the rare phenomenon went viral after being shared online and left viewers puzzled.
The paper, published in the journal Brain, was based on brain autopsies from nine people who died suddenly after contracting the virus.
To reach this conclusion, they reviewed crime statistics from 595 residential neighbourhoods in Columbus, Ohio, between 2014 and 2016.
In a video shared by IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra on Twitter, a baraat is seen moving despite heavy rainfall.
Scientists made the supposition that dogs' senses, which they employ to recognise things like their toys, correspond to how those things are mentally represented.
Boris Johnson may not appreciate these memes.
A post claims that on the said date, 99 percent of the world’s population will receive sunlight.
BBC news presenter Tim Willcox was caught on camera with his feet on the desk and looking through his phone.
As per The Sun, the picture was originally posted on Reddit by the username Iranian Genius.
The research analysed 72 ancient wolf genomes spanning the last 1,00,000 years.
For the study, researchers analysed the biochemistry of the thick, sulphur-rich clouds present in Venus.
Ever got so scared of a spider that you dialed up the police? This woman in the UK did exactly that and got roasted online.
Rahul Kabra, a regular Zomato customer, dropped a comparison picture of the same food order bill from the food delivery app and an offline bill from the restaurant. Zomato has responded.
Larry the Cat has joined the 40 odd officials who have quit from UK PM Boris Johnson's cabinet.