The mystery behind shoelaces getting untied on their own has been solved by scientists who have found that a double whammy of stomping and whipping forces act like an invisible hand, loosening the knot and tugging on the laces until the whole thing unravels. Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
PM advises jewellers to frame a strategy for future growth Industry body sets $60-bn export target in five years Almost double from $31.98-bn achieved in 2015-16 To focus on value addition, reduce polished diamond sales and shifting from unbranded to branded ...Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Thursday IMAGE: Britain's high jumper and Olympian Germaine Mason. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters/File High jump star Germaine Mason died in a motorbike crash outside Jamaica's capital early on Thursday, police said, an announcement that prompted tributes to the British Olympic silver medalist from across the world of athletics. School friend and sprint medalist Michael Frater told Reuters he went to the scene after hearing ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
As global commodity prices witness a rebound, Indian mining billionaire Anil Agarwal has moved to buy $2.4 billion worth shares of mining giant Anglo American Plc. If the deal goes through, it could pave the way for subsequent takeover of Anglo by Agarwal, ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
By Lawrence White and Andrew MacAskill LONDON (Reuters) - Barclays reported a surprise increase in its capital reserves on Thursday thanks to the speedy sale of unwanted assets, helping the British bank put money aside as it braces for legal battles and ...Sify, 2 months ago
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