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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Why Super Tuesday is so important – US Elections

Super Tuesday is the name given to the day when the largest number of US states are given the chance to cast votes for Republican and Democratic candidates.It is usually seen as a turning point in most presidential campaigns, and a key indicator as to who the nominees will be from each party. It narrows the field.No doubt, it will ... Read More »

Migrants charge through Macedonia fence on Greek border

A crowd of migrants has burst through a barbed-wire fence on the Macedonia-Greece border using a steel pole as a battering ram.TV footage showed migrants pushing against the fence at Idomeni, ripping away barbed wire, as Macedonian police let off tear gas to force them away.A section of fence was smashed open with the battering ram. It is not clear ... Read More »

Islamic Online University at Dubai Managed by Scholar Bilal Phillips

Islamic Online University at Dubai Managed by Scholar Bilal Phillips Assalam o alikum warahmatullah brothers and sisters, Habus bint Bashir (1182-1768 – 1240/1825) attended gatherings of men for study. In 1208/1794 her father appointed her as a ruler over part of his domain which she ruled wisely. During a time when her father was imprisoned by the Ottoman authorities, she ... Read More »

Cyclone Winston wreaks devastation in Fiji

At least five people have been killed and of widespread damage reported in Fiji after a massive cyclone hit the Island nation on Saturday. Tropical Cyclone Winston is believed to be one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere with winds of over 300km/h (200mph). Read More »

European banks fail to sell Coco bonds

UK and European banks have failed to sell any so-called Coco bonds this year amid worries about the health of the banking sector. Cocos – short for contingent convertible bonds – are turned into shares if a bank starts to struggle. European banks raised around €45bn from the bonds last year. But in 2016 none have been issued, according to ... Read More »

Snowspeed: Why shouldn’t a sledge go at 150mph?

The world speed record for a gravity-powered snow sledge is currently 83mph (134km/h) but three Norwegian friends who have spent much of their lives messing about in snow have a plan to beat it – by about 70mph. The first step, writes Jorn Madslien, one of the trio of speed freaks, is to make sure the sledge is the right ... Read More »

Trump predicts he’ll face Clinton

Trump predicts he’ll face Clinton break turnout records Donald Trump’s general election prediction: He’ll face Hillary Clinton, and the two will bring out “the greatest turnout in history.” “Frankly, if she gets indicted, that’s the only way she’s going to be stopped. I think it’s going to be Hillary and myself,” the Republican real estate mogul said Sunday in an ... Read More »

Revealed! The new race cars for the 2016 Formula One season

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India’s $4 smartphone: Too good to be true?

What’s the real story behind India’s $4 smartphone? Just days after launching with enormous buzz, a cutting-edge device with a rock-bottom price is being blasted by industry officials and analysts. Ringing Bells unveiled its Freedom 251 smartphone on Wednesday, touting features that included a 4-inch display, 1.3-GHz quad-core processor and 8 GB of storage. The “made-in-India” product was listed for ... Read More »

In Chhattisgarh, PM Modi touches the feet of 104-yr-old woman

In Chhattisgarh, PM Modi touches the feet of 104-yr-old woman who sold her goats to build toilets KURRUBHAT(C’garh): A 104-year-old woman from a village in Chhattisgarh’s Dhamtari district who sold her goats for constructing toilets at her home, came in for special praise on Sunday by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who said it is a big sign of changing India. ... Read More »