Items filtered by date: Friday, 18 May 2018

Our internet search results play a crucial role in how we form opinions, says Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble, assistant professor at the USC Annenberg School of Communication.

Published in TipTops

A southern white rhino has become pregnant through artificial insemination at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park — giving hope for efforts to save a subspecies of one of the world's most recognizable animals, researchers announced Thursday.

Published in Tech

Interstellar space is mostly a vacuum, so there is no medium that can carry sound. In other words, space is totally silent. But astronomers have often associated the movement of heavenly bodies with music. With the help of modern technology, one astronomer has turned the signals from the Milky Way into a funky tune.

Published in Tech

Hrithik Roshan will be next seen essaying the role of Math genius Anand Kumar in the film ‘Super 30’. Now, a new picture has surfaced from the sets of the film that will further increase everyone’s curiosity regarding the project.

Published in Entertainment

Ariana Grande has spoken in detail for the first time about the Manchester Arena bomb attack last year.

Published in Entertainment
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Work to rule: arrive early at BIA

SriLankan Airlines informed passengers to arrive at the Katunayake airport three hours prior to the departure time effective from yesterday as delays may arise due to ‘work to rule’ campaign carried out by the members of Sri Lanka Immigration and Emigration Officer’s Association.

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Work to rule: arrive early at BIA

SriLankan Airlines informed passengers to arrive at the Katunayake airport three hours prior to the departure time effective from yesterday as delays may arise due to ‘work to rule’ campaign carried out by the members of Sri Lanka Immigration and Emigration Officer’s Association.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Police aided in Digana riots - Dilum

Joint Opposition (JO) Parliamentarian Dilum Amunugama claimed that the Police had also aided those involved in the riots that took place in Digana, Kandy.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Patients suffer as docs strike

Patients from most parts of the country were inconvenienced due to the one day token strike carried out by the Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA) against the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed with Singapore and the proposed ETCA with India yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka
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12 SLFP MPs to join Opposition – SB

Following the submission of a proposal to the Sri Lanka Freedom Party Central Committee that the Party should quit the current regime, around 12 SLFP Parliamentarians will crossover to the Opposition, ahead of joining the 16 SLFP MPs who have already defected from the Government, MP S.B. Dissanayake said.

Published in Sri Lanka
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