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New Zealand river granted legal status as ‘a person’

Wellington, March 16 New Zealand's Whanganui River has gained its own identity with all the corresponding rights, duties and liabilities of a legal person, after a 170-year battle, the media reported on Thursday.

Malik wants Hadid to be with him during loneliness

London, March 16 Former One Direction singer Zayn Malik says his girlfriend and model Gigi Hadid is the only one he would love to have by his side when he is alone.

Thousands of Twitter accounts hacked by Erdogan supporters

London, March 15 Thousands of Twitter accounts, including those belonging to Forbes, Amnesty International and tennis star Boris Becker, were compromised on Wednesday, resulting in them tweeting propaganda related to Turkeys escalating diplomatic conflict with Germany and the Netherlands.

1.6 bn years old plant-like fossil oldest in the world

London, March 15 Researchers have found in India fossils of 1.6 billion-year-old probable red algae which indicates that advanced multicellular life evolved much earlier than previously thought.

Australia’s Voges, Doherty quit international cricket

Melbourne, March 15 Batsman Adam Voges and left-arm orthodox spinner Xavier Doherty have announced their retirement from international cricket, Cricket Australia declared on Wednesday.

AI to have dramatic impact on business by 2020 TCS

London, March 15 Sixty-eight per cent of organisations use artificial intelligence (AI) for IT functions, but 70 per cent believe AIs greatest impact by 2020 will be in marketing, customer service, finance and HR, a new study said on Wednesday.

Cricket celebrates 140th anniversary of first Test match

Melbourne, March 15 A day before India take on Australia in what has been one of the most fiercely contested rivalries over the years, Test cricket celebrated its 140th anniversary.

Leicester oust Sevilla from Champions League

Leicester (England), March 15 English football champions Leicester City defeated Sevilla 2-0 in the second leg of their Champions League round-of-16 tie to move into the quarter-finals on an aggregate score of 3-2 here.

Thousands of Twitter accounts hacked with swastikas

London, March 15 Thousands of Twitter accounts, including high-profile ones belonging to Forbes, Amnesty International and the BBCs North American service, were compromised on Wednesday, resulting in them tweeting propaganda related to Turkeys escalating diplomatic conflict with Germany and the Netherlands.

‘Get Out’ star responds to Samuel L Jackson’s criticism

London, March 15 Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya has responded to criticism by actor Samuel L Jackson over the casting of black British actors in roles about US race relations, saying that he resented having to prove that Im black.

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