Persistent drone activity interfere with Changi Airport’s transit
London’s Court reverses a forced abortion ruling

London’s Court reverses a forced abortion ruling

In a rare case of abortion, a woman won the London court’s appeal. A woman’s daughter was claimed mentally ill and thus unfit for taking care of the child. The mother, however, refused the verdict of abortion and said that…

Eurostar introduces alcohol limits on the train

Eurostar introduces alcohol limits on the train

In order to maintain ‘a pleasant environment’ on board, Eurostar has restricted the number of alcohol passengers can carry on the train. According to reports, passengers will now be allowed to carry only one bottle of wine or maximum of…

UK Police force of West Midlands provides a safeguard of £7m for knife crime emergency
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Report analyses projects that generate revenue from CO2 products

Latest reports of a meeting held in Germany highlight the efforts of scientists who are improvising on ways to generate money from carbon dioxide. The project is directing efforts in generating products beneficial for humans, by transforming CO2 that is…

New e-tattoo to monitor heart disease

A team of engineers at the University of Texas at Austin developed a new technology that can monitor heart health. The leading cause of death in Texas was attributed to heart disease according to new research conducted by the National…

Foodie call- the new dating cult

Progressive dating culture calls for liberal and forward-looking approach. The newest introduction is a “foodie call”. According to this dating phenomenon, a person can set up a date, not for romantic pursuits, but for the love of food. A new…

London’s Buses4Homeless: a hope for rough sleepers

London based project- Buses4Homeless is created in the wake of an increasing number of rough sleepers in the capital city. As part of the venture, four old buses were reconstructed into secured shelters for sleeping, eating among other things. In…