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Dec 04, 2016
Finland Shooting: Mayor, two journalists shot dead in Helsinki; one suspect arrestedThe chairwoman of Imatra Town Council and two local reporters, all women, were gunned down in a pedestrian area outside a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland
Aug 06, 2016
Olympic humour: A history of all that was funny, hilarious and absurd at the GamesThe Olympic Games aren't just all about serious sporting endeavour. Interspersed in its history are moments of absolute hilarity!
Feb 18, 2016
#TIL Thursdays: Asteroids that are hazardous to life on Earth are destroyed far away from Sun, says studyNear-Earth objects (NEOs)- asteroids and comets that may pose a hazard to life on Earth — are destroyed very far from the Sun rather than ending their existence in a dramatic plunge into the solar body, a new study suggests.
Dec 09, 2015
A novel photo-op: Croatia rights chief's trousers drop while posing for picture with presidentCroatian Helsinki Committee president Ivan Zvonimir Cicak's trousers suddenly slipped to his ankles while he was posing in the front row of a group photo along with Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic
Nov 20, 2013
Bill Gates chokes up at Steve Ballmer's shareholder goodbyeThe co-founder of the software giant said progress was being made to find Ballmer's replacement and he thanked him for serving as CEO for the last 13 years. Only Gates and Ballmer have led Microsoft Corp. since its founding in 1975.
Nov 20, 2013
Nokia shareholders approve Microsoft dealThe vote came at the end of a five-hour extraordinary meeting of shareholders on Tuesday called by the Finnish phone maker that has seen its global market share shrink as it battles stiff competition from Apple and Google Inc. in the lucrative smartphone trade.
Sep 26, 2013
Mumbai: Not the safest city, but tops the most honest listOk, so Mumbai may not be the safest city in the country anymore, but according to a recent Reader's Digest Survey, it has a strong strain of honesty intact.
Jun 18, 2013
Coming Soon: A vaccine for Respiratory InfectionScientist have got closer to developing a vaccine for respiratory infection, a common respiratory tract disorder that is estimated to cause over 100,000 deaths yearly, globally.
Jun 28, 2012
How Palak Paneer invaded HelsinkiFinland boasts of at least two dozen Indian restaurants that serve mouth-watering palak paneer, chole-naan, kadi-pakora, butter chicken and other delicacies.
Apr 19, 2012
Nokia's smartphone disappointment prompts it to dump sales chiefNokia ditched its sales chief and promised to slash more costs, as the Finnish cellphone maker runs out of time to reinvent itself under pressure from smartphone rivals.