Saturday, November 27

Day: October 11, 2016

Samsung Galaxy Note7 is dead: company permanently ends the production
ENGLISH, Technology

Samsung Galaxy Note7 is dead: company permanently ends the production

    Samsung has acknowledged reports of 92 devices overheating and recently the replacement devices started catching fire Samsung Galaxy Note7 is dead. Yes, you read that right- Samsung has announced that it is permanently ending the production of Galaxy Note7 around the world. “Taking our customer’s safety as our highest priority, we have decided to halt sales and production of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung said in a statement. The Korean smartphone giant has pulled the plug on one of its most important device after spending months trying to fix the battery issue. Samsung Galaxy Note7, which was launched on August 2 in New York, has been a controversy kid in the tech industry for the past few months. In a statement filed with South Korea’s stock exchange, Samsung has confirmed i...
Why are we all feeling so anxious and what can we do about it revealed
ENGLISH, Life Style

Why are we all feeling so anxious and what can we do about it revealed

    Dry mouth, feeling sick, racing heart... most of us are familiar with a state of anxiety – although it is usually just a fleeting reaction to a stressful or ¬frightening situation. But for many it’s a permanent state. And in 2016 an anxiety epidemic is sweeping Britain, wrecking relationships, careers and family lives. Growing numbers of us are finding our everyday worries and stresses escalating to levels of anxiety that can leave us panicked and fearful. And it seems anxiety knows no boundaries when it comes to age or gender. Stephen Buckley, head of information at mental health charity Mind, says: “Anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems in the UK – it’s thought that around one in 20 people will experience anxiety each year. “Many people wait too long b...
Happy Vijaya Dashami and immersing the idols today
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Happy Vijaya Dashami and immersing the idols today

    The five-day Durga Puja, the largest religious festival of the Hindus, ends today with the immersion of the goddess Durga's idols in water bodies. The Hindu devotees will also celebrate Bijoya Dashami, a special ceremony to reaffirm peace and good relations among the people. The annual festivities began on Friday with Mahashashthi puja while the Maha Saptami puja was held on Saturday; Maha Ashtami, Kumari Puja and Sandhi puja on Sunday and Maha Nabami puja yesterday. Durga Puja is being celebrated this year at 29,395 permanent and temporary puja mandaps across the country, including 229 in the capital, said leaders of Bangladesh Puja Udjapan Parishad. According to Hindu faith, goddess Durga descends on the earth from heaven to annihilate evil forces and establish peace and...
A married teacher Mydrim had sex with two school boys in her classroom
America, ENGLISH

A married teacher Mydrim had sex with two school boys in her classroom

    Mydrim Jones A married teacher had sex with two schoolboys in her classroom on the SAME DAY, court papers say. June Kendall is accused of seducing the two pupils - both 17 - by sending sending them explicit pictures of herself through Snapchat. The raunchy snaps included images of the 29-year-old in various states of undress, said prosecutors. Court files say: "Over time, messages became sexual in nature, and Kendall indicated to one of the boys that she wanted to have sex with him.” They reportedly ended up romping during school hours in a room attached to Kendall’s classroom in September. Then, on October 3 they allegedly had sex again in the same place after swapping messages. A witness saw them leaving Kendall's classroom after being alone for 20 to 25 minutes, prosecu...
Father’s last embrace saves girl in China building collapse
Asia, ENGLISH

Father’s last embrace saves girl in China building collapse

    A little girl protected by the embrace of her dead father was the last survivor pulled out of the rubble of collapsed multi-storey buildings in China, reports said today. She was found deep in the debris of four six-storey residential buildings more than 12 hours after they crumbled in Wenzhou in the eastern province of Zhejiang, killing at least 22 people, state broadcaster CCTV said. Three-year-old Wu Ningxi survived with only minor injuries thanks to the protection offered by her young father, who was found dead after shielding her from falling rubble, it added. "The child was able to survive entirely thanks to the fact that her dad used his own flesh and blood to prop up a life-saving space for his daughter," a rescuer told the China Youth Daily. The 26-year-old shoe f...