Most robots are built rigid and will break under strain–their durability and resilience is more or less dictated by the amount of stress their material components can withstand before breaking down. But a soft robot–one that lacks a rigid structure–could do all sorts of things, like change its shape and method of movement or survive unique . . . → Read More: SoftBot- the flexible robot
Now that we know his name, many people are wondering about the Jaguars soon-to-be owner, Shahid Khan. First Coast News did a little digging and found a couple areas where Khan likes to go big: business and charity.
. . . → Read More: Shahid Khan, owner of $3 Billion corporation Flex-N-Gate, is Jaguar’s forthcoming owner
Vienna’s excellent infrastructure, safe streets and good public health service make it the nicest place to live in the world, consulting group Mercer said in a global survey which put Baghdad firmly in last place.
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Muhammad Danish Baltistani, 32, left his home in Nawan-Killi (Quetta) for University of Balochistan, where he taught in the Computer Science Department on November 29 only to be carried back home by several men. He was killed. His crime: being Shia.
. . . → Read More: Is it because Danish was a Shia Muslim?
Various Research Institutions have teamed up and formed a combined forum with the name “Faisalabad Research Forum” to render technical expertise to local Industry for solution of their multiple problems including energy crisis besides solving social problems of the community.
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Assessment tests seem to be everywhere, measuring everything from intelligence to personality, ability, leadership potential — you name it, they test it. But, how effective are these tests really at predicting job success?
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The Associated Press recently reported on know-your-rights trainings happening in New York City’s Muslim communities. This was one of the latest installments in the wire agency’s series confirming what Muslim New Yorkers had long suspected – that the New York Police Department has engaged in indiscriminate surveillance on ethnic and religious grounds, without concrete suspicion of . . . → Read More: Muslims in US demand Equal rights
While the Pakistani media paid serious attention to NATO strikes on a check-post near the Afghan border, the US media seemed to defend the incident with its biased reporting.
. . . → Read More: US’s version of the NATO strike
Over one billion of us live without many of the basics that the other six billion take as given. In the least-developed countries, conflict, disaster and broader human insecurity impose structural limits on efforts to move from crisis to risk reduction and from growth to sustained development.
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Actress Anne Hathaway has got engaged to her boyfriend of three years, Adam Shulman.
The couple started dating in 2008 following Hathaway’s split from Raffaello Follieri, after he pleaded guilty to 14 counts of money laundering, conspiracy and wire fraud, reports contactmusic.com.
. . . → Read More: Anne Hathaway engaged to longtime boyfriend , Adam Shulman