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Tattoo helps cop find mom after 24 years

MUMBAI: An Indian policeman who got lost as a child at a crowded railway station has been reunited with his family after 24 years — thanks to a tattoo on his arm.

Celebrating Eid Al-Adha in the US

Muslims in the US celebrated Eid Al-Adha with religious fervor.

Microsoft releases long-awaited Windows 8.1 upgrade

LOS ANGELES: Microsoft has released its long-awaited Windows 8.1 upgrade as a free download.

Toyota recalls 803K US vehicles for air bag defect

DETROIT: Toyota is recalling 803,000 vehicles in the US because their air bags or power steering could stop working.

DNA links mysterious Yeti to ancient polar bear

LONDON: A British scientist says he may have solved the mystery of the Abominable Snowman — the elusive ape-like creature of the Himalayas. He thinks it’s a bear.

Study: Good night’s sleep cleans out gunk in brain

LOS ANGELES: When we sleep, our brains get rid of gunk that builds up while we’re awake, suggests a study that may provide new clues to treat Alzheimer’s disease and other disorders.

Experiencing Morocco as a woman traveling alone

MEKNES, Morocco: “So you travel ... only?” asked the woman sitting next to me in halting but intuitive English as we sat in the packed compartment on a train speeding through Moroccan farmland.

Ex-Marcos aide on trial in NYC case of Monet work

NEW YORK: A debt-ridden onetime aide to Imelda Marcos wrongly sold a hidden treasure: a $32 million Monet painting the former Philippine first lady had acquired and her country wants back, prosecutors

Sydney team focussing on changing habits of penguins

SYDNEY: Ancient penguin droppings and the impact of global warming on the Antarctic food chain will be the focus of Australia’s latest scientific mission to the icy continent which departed Tuesday.

Crace, Catton favorites for fiction’s Booker Prize

LONDON: Britain’s Jim Crace and New Zealand’s Eleanor Catton are the favorites to win the prestigious Booker Prize for fiction on Tuesday, among six contenders who include the first female African fin

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