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Is this the robot afterlife?
In Japan, robotic pet dogs, just like their real life counterparts, have funerals
Tracking Iran’s stray animals goes hi-tech
According to Tehran municipality, which works with a number of animal protection agencies, the project to vaccinate and track strays in the city aims to protect them from the public.
An ode to lost souls
Richard Flanagan’s Man Booker winner The Narrow Road to the Deep North — set against the backdrop of Burma’s infamous Death Railway project — is an excruciating but beautiful read
Jon Stewart: Comic Timing
Jon Stewart has announced he will quit Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. Will it be able to survive its hugely popular host’s departure?
A Sheepish Year
Good or baaa-d? Fortune tellers are divided over the outcome of 2015, Year of the Sheep — anyway, the good news first…
This Time, It’s Personal
Lee Child’s 19th Jack Reacher novel is a fun, fast-paced, coffee-fuelled rush of international mayhem
Haiti’s Hope
Former US President Bill Clinton says he’s proud to be her friend. Oprah Winfrey sings her praises. And the American fashion mogul Donna Karan says that her tireless work in uplifting the lives of her fellow Haitians has been extraordinary.
Rise of the Machines
A new study reveals that cheaper robots could replace more factory workers
Physics of food shows secrets of popcorn
To most people, it may be just a fun food to munch while watching a movie.
Book Review: Sins of the Flesh
Colleen McCullough, who passed away last month and who’ll always be remembered as the master craftswoman of The Thorn Birds, shows a very different side of her in Sins of the Flesh
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