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Twitter shows wrong flag for UAE
BBC

Twitter shows wrong flag for UAE

Flag fail: Twitter users were unimpressed by the error Twitter used the wrong flag to represent the United Arab Emirates in tweets about the Cricket World Cup, fans have pointed out. The social media site is using "hashflags" to mark the sporting ... BBC, 3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Making Science Interesting

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Introducing Science to children should be done in an interesting manner, says Bindu, who runs Green Butterfly Edu along with her sister-in-law Sarah. The duo had recently conducted a Science activity workshop for children aged ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
World Bulletin

Twitter uses wrong 'hashflag' for United Arab Emirates

World Bulletin / News Desk The social media site is using "hashflags" to mark the sporting event, so when a user types #UAE, an image of the country's flag appears within their tweets. Or that was the idea. Instead, users saw a flag bearing the ...
 World Bulletin3 weeks ago

Hours after being brought to Mumbai, Govind Pansare succumbs

In a major development, senior Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Govind Pansare who was shot at multiple times by unidentified assailants outside his Kolhapur residence this Monday succumbed to his injuries at Breach Candy hospital late Friday ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Valentine love letters: February 14, 2015

Readers share their views on Valentine's Day, as well as letters to loved ones The colour of love For me, Valentine's Day holds a special significance as this is one day for expressing love. Love is universal and with this concept in mind, I do ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago
Alzheimer Research Forum

Are Upper Motor Neuron Gaffes a Prelude to Disease?

Corticospinal motor neurons are the motor system's foreman, according to Hande Ă–zdinler of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. They listen to what the brain wants, and then tell lower motor neurons to do it. If the ...
 Alzheimer Research Forum1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

With Baby gone, our lives have been destroyed

Anguished father talks to Bangalore Mirror Two days after losing their 16-year-old daughter Monali to suicide, Dr Bijay Mahala and his wife broke their silence by opening up to Bangalore Mirror correspondent Prakruti PK about their daughter and ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
Emirates247

'Taken' by Dubai, Liam Neeson eager to film 'thriller' here

There's something to be said about watching a 62-year-old man leapfrog his way up cliffs, sewage ducts and elevator shafts, right after he's indulged in a bout of fisticuffs with an army of henchmen without breaking into a sweat. Hollywood's ...
 Emirates2471 month ago

Can education end extremism?

Readers debate whether education prevents vulnerability to extremism. Accept all views I believe that education does play a role in making a person more open about views and therefore more inclined to consider opinions rather than issue extreme ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
The Week

Home, bittersweet home

One- and two-BHK flats with vitrified-tiled floors, granite-topped kitchen counters, semi-furnished rooms and attached toilets. Such a flat in a prime location, which is surrounded by greenery, protected by a compound wall, and having a courtyard ...
 The Week2 months ago
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