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China to relocate 10,000 to make way for huge telescope

Telescope that officials say could help search for alien life is due to start operations later this year. China plans to relocate 10,000 people to make way for the world’s largest radio telescope, which authorities say will help them search for alien life. The 500-metre Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), nestled between hills in the southwestern Guizhou province, is due to ... Read More »

France, Israel and Palestine: Same as it ever was?

While Syria burns and great powers run towards collision there, the French government has formally put forward a new initiative for Israeli-Palestinian peace. The three-step process (consult with both sides, convene an international support group, and convene an international summit to restart talks) is the brainchild of now former French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. Despite Syria, Yemen, Iraq and Libya, ... Read More »

Impoverished Gaza turns to crowd-funding to meet needs

Creative use of crowd-funding has helped Palestinians in Gaza raise money to study abroad or start their own businesses. Gaza Strip – With economic conditions continuing to deteriorate in the Gaza Strip, more Palestinians living in the coastal enclave are resorting to crowd-funding websites to fulfil their dreams. A growing number of young people have successfully raised the money needed ... Read More »

Missing radioactive material found dumped in Iraq

Official says “no concern of radiation” as five-month search for device ends in southern town of Zubair. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, ending speculation it could be acquired by the Islamic State of Syria and the Levant (ISIL) group and used as a weapon. ... Read More »

In the internet age, radio still rules the world

On World Radio Day, UN says 44,000 radio stations broadcast to five billion people, or roughly 70 percent of the world. The United Nations cultural agency UNESCO has marked World Radio Day by calling for more freedom of expression and wider access to information in times of emergencies and disasters. While digital technology dominates the modern means of transmitting information, ... Read More »

Bacteria ‘see’ like tiny eyeballs

Biologists say they have solved the riddle of how a tiny bacterium senses light and moves towards it: the entire organism acts like an eyeball. In a single-celled pond slime, they observed how incoming rays are bent by the bug’s spherical surface and focused in a spot on the far side of the cell. By shuffling along in the opposite ... Read More »

Zika: The key unanswered questions

  The infection has prompted the World Health Organization to declared a global health emergency due to the link to thousands of suspected cases of babies born with small brains – or microcephaly – in Brazil. But there are still many, crucial, unanswered questions. How many people have been infected in the Americas? The best estimate of Zika infections is ... Read More »

El Niño passes its peak while La Niña is possible

El Niño passes its peak while La Niña is possible this year-Warmest January on record The El Niño weather phenomenon has reached its peak according to scientists and is set to decline over the next few months. Researchers say there is a 50:50 chance that it will be replaced by a La Niña event before the end of this summer. ... Read More »

Rand Corporation USA

RAND Corpration USA View On Islam Rand Corp has published a paper of 80 pages defining Muslim Catogories in the World. We produce the Video exert in Urdu. Those who know may watch this video. Basically they divided Muslims in 4 Categories, Fundamentalists for them Islam is only a Deen not the religion, Traditionalists which consist of we & the ... Read More »

Hadith-64

Hadith Of The Day Today’s Beautiful Hadith is about Good Character Narrated Aisha RA: The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: By his good character a believer will attain the degree of one who prays during the night and fasts during the day. (Dawoud – Book 42, Hadith 4780) Mufti Raees Ahmad Learn Arabic Online contact: +923006882889   Read More »