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Category:Science and technology

This is the category for science and technology. Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 9 March 2023: Netherlands set to further restrict semiconductor technology exports 15 February 2023: Saudi Arabia announces astronaut to be nation’s first female space traveler 12 February 2023: India launches Small Satellite Launch Vehicle, deploying three low-earth orbit satellites […]


Anti-Olympic protesters break into office of British Columbia premier

Wednesday, May 23, 2007 The Olympic Flag outside the Vancouver City Hall. This particular flag was replaced with a replica after it was stolen. Three anti-Olympic games protesters, posed as a flower delivery service, quickly ransacked British Columbia, Canada premier Gordon Campbell‘s downtown Vancouver, British Columbia office yesterday afternoon, breaking windows and throwing pictures, office […]

Performing Arts

Should You Take Revenge On Your Ex

Click Here To Know More About: Theatre Production Sydney Should You Take Revenge On Your Ex by CD Mohatta Many-a-times relationships end on a very bad note, leaving us devastated and torn apart. Not everyone in this world is a nice person. Your ex hasn’t left a stone unturned when it came to hurting you […]


New Zealand government withdraws asset forfeiture bill

Monday, July 17, 2006 The New Zealand government has withdrawn its Criminal Proceeds and Instruments Bill from Parliament, putting on hold its plans to introduce a non-conviction-based asset forfeiture regime. The bill was introduced to Parliament in June last year, and was removed from the Parliamentary Order Paper in the last week, before it had […]


At least 53 killed, over 90 injured in Shanghai apartment fire

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 China’s Xinhua News Agency said Tuesday that at least 53 people were killed in Shanghai during a deadly fire. The blaze, which occurred on Monday at 2:15 p.m. CST (0615 UTC), consumed a 28-story high-rise apartment building in the city’s Jing’an District. The building was being renovated at the time of […]


Delhi rocked by bomb blasts

Sunday, September 14, 2008 At least five bombs exploded in crowded markets and streets in the heart of India’s capital New Delhi on Saturday killing 30 while injuring more than 100 people. The blasts at Ghaffar market in Karol Bagh, at Connaught Place and Greater Kailash took place in a quick succession. The challenge posed […]


Calls for corporate tax reform in Australia goes unheeded

Friday, May 12, 2006 Peter Costello’s budget announcement has led to rejoicing for small businesses, but the lack of joy for those pushing for radical corporate taxation reform has led to many businesses asking “what about us?” Personal taxation and small business have been the big winners after this year’s federal budget. Although dampened by […]


Kordia’s annual report shows increase in profit

Friday, October 12, 2007 New Zealand state-owned enterprise (SOE), Kordia published its annual report a few days ago for the financial year ending June 30, 2007. Formerly known as Broadcast Communications Ltd (BCL) prior to the name change in November 2006, the Crown-owned company offers contracting, consulting, and networking services. They operate a national communication […]


University of Wales to close down after 120 years

Saturday, October 22, 2011 120 years after it was founded, the University of Wales (UoW) will shut down. Already comprised of several institutions, two will merge fully while two more will become independent universities. With a charter from 1893 and the Prince of Wales as its chancellor, problems began at UoW last year after concerns […]