But Susan Cutter, director of the University of South Carolina's Hazards and Vulnerability Research Institute, dismissed the idea that female-named storms are deadlier
On Saturday, Kejriwal had trained his guns on the Congress and the BJP by terming himself deadlier
The paper, published in PLoS ONE, challenges the idea that the pandemic was deadlier
in the tropics, which harbor nearly half of the world's population and which have the highest burden of infectious disease.
After the Dancing On Ice final, ice of another, deadlier
kind as this impressive four-part drama begins.
It said improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were being used more widely and suicide attacks had become deadlier
Mankind's war against extinction is nearing an end, and it's up to a handful of refugees to rebuild their world and face a different siege from an unexpected, deadlier
The supplements were found to have no effect on either non-melanoma (basal or squamous cell skin cancer) or the deadlier
melanoma skin cancer.
But they turned out to be deadlier
- Bluelines killed 1,072 people in the last decade, with year 2005 being the worst with 175 deaths.
However, before he gets to cast his line for the pirarucu, he must head deep into the jungle in search of a much smaller but far deadlier
fish - the notorious black piranha.
The report claims the LeT is using deadlier
tools and strategy.
0-litre engine spitting out 215 horsepower under its sleekly sweptback design, this Made-in-the-UAE sports car has an even deadlier
CDATA[ Hamas and Hizbullah may force Israel into a replay of 2006 with a two-front war, but a much deadlier
one, says the respected Aviation Week.
New evidence about the worldwide influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 indicates getting sick from influenza early protected many people against a second, deadlier
wave of infection, according to a recent study published in the Nov.
See which hunting bullets are deadlier
than others and why.
ROLL-UPS are deadlier
than ordinary cigarettes, frightening new research reveals.