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Sunday, 26 Oct 2014 | Agencies | in Agenda

Dressed To Ill: Buy Ebola Costumes For Halloween As Halloween approaches, some costume companies are hoping to scare up sales based on current events. BrandsOnSale.com is finding a way to sell last year’s Breaking Bad costumes by marketing them as ‘Ebola containment suits’. The $79.99 costume comes with a face...

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Sunday, 19 Oct 2014 | Agencies | in Agenda

Life-Size Hulk Statue Made of Discarded Nuts and Bolts Ban Hun Lek is a Thai scrap metal art company that makes amazing pop culture sculptures from discarded auto parts. One of their best works is this Incredible Hulk statue made almost entirely out of rusty old nuts and bolts. According to the...

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Sunday, 12 Oct 2014 | Agencies | in Agenda

Woman gets fed up with being single, and marries herself! A woman so fed up with the dating scene and single life has become the first person in Britain to marry herself. Grace Gelder even ‘proposed’ to herself on a park bench and staged a full wedding ceremony with 50 guests....

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Sunday, 05 Oct 2014 | Agencies | in Agenda

Tennessee Man Sees Jesus In Tree Trunk What ‘wood’ Jesus do? A Tennessee lumber yard owner is stumped with what to do with a split-open tree trunk that appears to bear the image of Jesus Christ, WMC reports. “If somebody wanted it I would sell it, but I do think it...

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Sunday, 28 Sep 2014 | Pioneer | in Agenda

MAN HELD FOR POSING AS COP FOR OVER 20 YEARS A funeral home worker was arrested in Washington state after police said he pretended to be a retired officer for two decades and recently intervened in a fight. Authorities became aware of suspect Jim Bailey last month after he tried to break...

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Sunday, 21 Sep 2014 | Pioneer | in Agenda

ARGENTINE LAW CIRCUMVENTED TO LET FAMILY NAME SON MESSI A couple have named their newborn son Messi after Argentina’s soccer captain, having been granted permission to circumvent a 45-year-old law banning the use of last names as first names. Barcelona striker Lionel Messi may be one of the highest-profile figures in...

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Sunday, 14 Sep 2014 | Agencies | in Agenda

Creepy clown prank results in charges for two men A pair of Massachusetts pranksters were caught on a would-be victim’s porch when an off-duty officer’s suspicions were raised by a creepy clown mask. An off-duty officer became suspicious when he spotted Nicholas Court and Jonathan Gebbia running through his backyard while...

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Sunday, 07 Sep 2014 | Pioneer | in Agenda

MAN POURS ICE WATER ON GRANDDAUGHTER In the latest controversy of the internet sensation, a grandfather in the US is being investigated for making his 10-month-old granddaughter take the ice bucket challenge. In a video posted to Facebook earlier this week, Reggie Stewart from Houston, Texas announced: “I’ve been called out for...

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Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 | Pioneer | in Agenda

Fan who dresses like Fidel Castro meets his idol All that’s missing is the beard. An eight-year-old Cuban boy who likes to dress up as Fidel Castro got to meet his idol after Cuba’s 88-year-old retired leader invited him and his family to his Havana home for a chat. “I...

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Sunday, 24 Aug 2014 | Pioneer | in Agenda

Dubai officials deny entry to world’s most pierced man A German man who holds the world record for the most piercings was recently denied entry to Dubai. Rolf Buchholz was on his way to make an appearance at a hotel nightclub when he was turned away. Buchholz, who has 453 piercings (including...

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Odia version of PM’s ‘Exam Warriors’ released

14 Aug 2018 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR

Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal released Odia version of ‘Exam Warriors’, written by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, here on Monday. Releasing the book, the Governor said a common child can build self a superman by strong commitment and will power...

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