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4-Year-Old Indian Girl Raped, Left With Severe Brain Injuries In Critical Condition A 4-year-old Indian girl who was raped last week is currently in critical condition, having sustained severe brain injuries after allegedly being suffocated. The unnamed child was reportedly raped in her village in Madhya Pradesh on April 17, according to Press Trust of India. The girl's family found the child, who went missing on Wednesday, the next morning lying unconscious and profusely bleeding near a crematorium in her village, according to The Times of India. She had lacerations, tears and bruises on her body, and had allegedly been suffocated, which caused serious brain injuries. Firoz Khan, a 35-year-old welder, is accused of raping the 4-year-old. His alleged accomplice is accused of using chocolate to lure the girl from her home, NDTV reports.

Top 10 Inventors of all Time -Biography Online 10 great inventors who helped change the world. Thomas Edison (1847 – 1931)Edison filed over 1,000 patents. He developed and innovated a wide range of products from the electric light bulb to the phonograph and motion picture camera.The Wright BrothersSuccessfully designed, built and flew the first powered aircraft, showing that man could fly. Know the News Home | Login/Register RSS / Podcasts Close Home > Get Involved > For Educators > Know the News > Remix the News News Challenge

Street Artist Charged with 56 Counts for Punking NYPD with Drone Poster Street artist Essan Attia is being charged with 56 criminal counts after planting dozens of mock public service posters around New York, advertising the NYPD's use of drones to monitor civilians. He was arrested in New York last week after being tracked down by an ill-humored police force. Attia's arrest followed on a video interview the artist gave with the arts and culture website Animal New York, in which he described some of his motivations—including his libertarian political leanings—and how he pulled off the stunt: As Reason.com reports: On September 16, 29-year-old “Essam” and a group of friends blanketed lower Manhattan with posters designed to look like official New York Police Department signage. “Drones: Protection When You Least Expect It,” read the slogan below simple ideograms of families running from unmanned aerial vehicles.

The Pleiadians: You Have Chosen to be Human – A Message of Encouragement … The Pleiades are a cluster of beautiful, dazzling stars located in the constellation of Taurus. With a telescope, you can see about one-hundred stars. Without a telescope, you can see only six or seven stars. According to ancient legends, the stars are said to be sisters and the daughters of Atlas. The entire Pleiades cluster is actually the eye of the bull in the constellation of Taurus.. Gallery View Anyone seeking permission to use or reproduce the front page of a newspaper featured in our Today’s Front Pages online gallery must contact the newspaper’s publisher directly. U.S. copyright laws apply. The Newseum DOES NOT provide access to front pages from previous dates.

World Map, Online Maps, Satellite Maps - National Geographic Skip to this page's content National Geographic Society P.O. Box 98199 Washington, DC 20090-8199 USA The Citizen Online National 5.5.2014 05.00 pm FILE PICTURE: An IEC official scans a green bar coded ID book at a voter registration center in Melville, Johannesburg, 10 November 2013. Picture: Tracy lee Stark Uses and Misuses of Logic. Introduction This document contains observations on the uses and misuses of logic, particularly in the sciences. Along the way we'll wander into the murky realms of absolute and proximate truths, deduction and induction and address the question of how we can have confidence in knowledge that is less than perfect.

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