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Gas Prices Drop, Oil Retreats Below $76

Oil prices dangled on Monday (July 23) as exports to Angolan oil facility commenced once more and on expectancy that US gasoline demand will decrease in place with the end of peak summer demand.

Williams Eyes Travel To Red Planet

Sunita WilliamsNew Delhi: Now Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams has set her eyes on the Red Planet ‘Mars.’

Sunita, who came back to earth on June 22 after spending 195 days at the International Space Station told that she would love to fly to Mars, if not the moon.

“I would love to go to Mars ... just because it is a different planet,” she told through a videoconference from Houston.

N Korea Promises To Break Up All Nuke Plans In 6-Months

Beijing: Joint talks on North Korea's nuclear disarmament opened up in an optimistic mood on Wednesday after Pyongyang close down all its five nuclear plants and expressed enthusiasm to come clean on its divisive atomic programme in the coming six months.

Chun Yung Woo, chief negotiator of South Korea said, “North Korea has demonstrated its willingness to disable its nuclear facilities and declare all its nuclear programmes in five to six months.”

Martin Gives Away India Innovation Award

New Delhi: Lockheed Martin CorporationUS defense major Lockheed Martin on Wed

Brazil Plane Crash, 200 Feared Dead

Sao Paulo- A Brazilian airlines crashed and burst into flames at busiest airport of Brazil, and about 200 people were feared dead in the country’s second major air disaster in less than a year.

Rescue crews said none of 176 people on board the Airbus A320 were likely to have survived, according to Sao Paulo state Gov. Jose Serra. The leader of rescue said there could be 200 people dead, including casualties on the ground.

Crude Oil Rates Stable At Its 11-Month Peak

Crude oil prices remained firm after extending to an 11 month high on Monday (July 16).