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Former Afghan foreign minister enjoys early lead in presidential elections


Abdullah AbdullahWashington, Apr 14 - Afghanistan's former Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah is reportedly leading early vote count in presidential election, following last week's voting, the country's Independent Election Commission chairman said.

Fish from acidic ocean less able to smell predators


fishWashington, April 14 : Researchers have said that fish living on coral reefs where carbon dioxide seeps from the ocean floor are less able to detect predator odor than fish from normal coral reefs.

Now, ice cream that could serve as a replacement for Viagra


ice creamWashington, April 14 : A British ice cream maker has developed a flavor, ' The Arousal,' which includes 25 mg of Viagra per scoop.

Self-healing plastics that will repair your car


Self-healing plastics that will repair your carNew York, April 12 : A scratch on your car need no longer cause you distress - it will soon "heal" itself.

Researchers have developed a plastic that "heals" on its own by restoring the initial molecular structure after any damage.

Half of people lie while sexting


sextingWashington, Apr 12 : About half of people sending sexts are actually lying, according to a new study.

And if you're in a committed relationship, the sexts are even more likely to be fabricated than if you're just having casual sex with your partner, CBS News reported.

Now, shapeshifting furniture that can transform with gesture


Now, shapeshifting furniture that can transform with gestureWashington, April 12 : MIT labs have developed a furniture that can transform with a gesture.

NASA to take you 10 times farther into our galaxy


nasa galaxyWashington, April 11:Applying a novel technique that can yield new insight into dark energy in space, astronomers can now precisely measure the distance of stars up to 10,000 light-years away - 10 times farther than previously possible.

Tibetan Plateau longer that previously thought


New York, April 11 : In a major find, scientists have determined that parts of Tibetan Plateau, the world's largest, highest, and flattest plateau, were some 965 km longer than previously documented.

The scientists have determined the elevation history of the southeast margin of the Tibetan Plateau.