Is this the beginning of an avionics transformation?

As air journeys go, it was just a short hop into the early morning sky before the de Havilland seaplane splashed back down on the Fraser River in Richmond, British Columbia. Four minutes earlier it had taken off from the same patch of water. But despite its brief duration, the flight may have marked the start of an aviation revolution. Those keen of More...

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By eliana watson On Friday, February 14th, 2020
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Coronavirus: New China figures feature cost for restorative staff

Chinese officials have given figures for health workers infected with the new coronavirus, amid concerns about shortages of protective equipment. Six health workers have died and 1,716 have been infected since the More...

By eliana watson On Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
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Einstein letters on Israel, Red Scare go to auction

JERUSALEM (AP) — A collection of letters written by Albert Einstein is set to go to auction next week, offering a new glimpse at the Nobel-winning physicist’s views on God, McCarthyism and what was then the More...

By eliana watson On Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
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Can Russia protests lead to genuine movement?

After calling two nationwide demonstrations in three months that have rattled the Kremlin, it’s clear that opposition leader Alexei Navalny has the ability to bring people into the streets. What’s less certain, More...

By John Lee On Sunday, July 2nd, 2017
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Monacoin the cryptocurrency of Japan on the verge

Crpytocurrencies have been in limelight since the bitcoin  surged with the marketcap value of 41.8 Billion (note – these values keep changing due to volatility ) . Since , then hundreds of new coins emerged More...

By Neha Sharma On Sunday, April 10th, 2016
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Big Royal bash: 1 billion pound bill expected on Queen’s 90th birthday

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s official birthday will kick off a weekend of festivities across the UK and a ceremonial ‘Trooping of the Colour’ on June 11   Over 1 billion pounds is the expected bill More...

By Neha Sharma On Sunday, April 10th, 2016
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Tremors in Delhi as quake shakes Pak, Afghanistan; 6 feared dead

Six people were feared dead after an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.6 struck South Asia on Sunday, shaking buildings and sparking panic in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, witnesses said. The US Geological Survey More...

By Neha Sharma On Sunday, April 10th, 2016
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Thousands return to Ramadi, town from where IS driven out in Iraq

Thousands of displaced families are returning to the western city of Ramadi three months after Iraqi forces backed by US-led airstrikes drove out the Islamic State group, an Iraqi official said on Sunday. The city’s More...

By Staff Reporter On Sunday, April 10th, 2016
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‘It came like a storm’: Kerala survivors describe temple blaze horror

“It came like a storm, throwing everyone to the ground.” This was how Anish Kumar described the explosions and a blaze that killed at least 110 people at Puttingal Devi temple in Kollam district’s Paravur More...

Marco Simoncelli topped the times in the second practice German Grand Prix.
By eliana watson On Friday, July 15th, 2011
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Marco Simoncelli topped the times in the second practice German Grand Prix.

The Honda Gresini rider posted a best time of one minute 22.225 seconds, over half a second quicker than his time in the opening practice session, in which the Italian also went quickest. The second session was More...