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Bleed blue? Not quite: For 70th anniversary of UN on Friday, 200 global landmarks will be lit blue

Oct 20, 2015

Bleed blue? Not quite: For 70th anniversary of UN on Friday, 200 global landmarks will be lit blue

From the Sydney Opera House in Australia to the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, more than 200 of the world's most iconic landmarks will be lit United Nations blue when the sun sets on Friday, 24 October to mark the 70th birthday of the global organisation, the UN announced here. #United Nations #United Nations General Assembly #Sydney Opera House #Leaning tower of pisa #Shareworthy #Sustainable Development Goals #Great Pyramids #Christ the Redeemer #Hermitage Museum
CIA had weighed up South Asia intervention 20 years before Afghanistan

Sep 01, 2015

CIA had weighed up South Asia intervention 20 years before Afghanistan

The US was actually in the process of weighing up a direct intervention in South Asia two decades before its invasion of Afghanistan, according to a CIA report. #India #Pakistan #CIA #Indira Gandhi #Nuclear tests #Operation Opera #F-16 aircraft
Paris Opera expels woman in veil during performance, cast refuses to sing

Oct 20, 2014

Paris Opera expels woman in veil during performance, cast refuses to sing

The Paris Opera ejected a woman for wearing a veil during a performance, the institution's deputy director said Sunday. #NewsTracker #Paris #Opera #Muslim veil #France government #ban on veil
Opera adaptation of Brokeback Mountain to premiere in Spain

Jan 27, 2014

Opera adaptation of Brokeback Mountain to premiere in Spain

It was a short story, then a Hollywood movie. Now the tragic tale of cowboys in love is being reinvented again: Brokeback Mountain — the opera. #NewsTracker #Brokeback Mountain #Brokeback Mountain opera
Images: Australia celebrate Ashes triumph with fans at the Sydney Opera House

Jan 07, 2014

Images: Australia celebrate Ashes triumph with fans at the Sydney Opera House

Images as Australia celebrated their Ashes triumph with the fans near the iconic Sydney Opera House. #Australia #The Ashes #England #ImagesOfTheDay #Ashes #Ashes 2013 #Sydney Opera House
Samsung's huge marketing budget doesn't mean bang-for-its-buck

Nov 28, 2013

Samsung's huge marketing budget doesn't mean bang-for-its-buck

The outlay buys the South Korean technology giant publicity in TV and cinema ads, on billboards, and at sports and arts events from the Sydney Opera House to New York's Radio City Music Hall. Google Inc spent less on buying Motorola's handset business #Apple Inc. #Google #smartphones #Technology #Seoul #Advertising #Sydney #Opera House #Samsung #mobile phones #Motorola #New York #Radio City
Rahul Gandhi to meet Datia stampede injured

Oct 18, 2013

Rahul Gandhi to meet Datia stampede injured

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi would Thursday visit the injured admitted to a hospital following a stampede at Ratangarh temple in Madhya Pradesh's Datia district, leaving 111 people dead. #Sports #Politics #Congress #Education #Africa #Madhya Pradesh #Police #Firefox #News #Opera #university #ians-photo #Ratangarh Temple #Ghannshyam Singh
Mumbai bid its noisiest goodbye to Lord Ganesh this year

Sep 20, 2013

Mumbai bid its noisiest goodbye to Lord Ganesh this year

Worli Naka, Girgaum Chowpatty and Opera House had the noisest Ganesh visarjans in the city — they also contributed to making this year's Ganeshotsav the noisiest in seven years. #Opera House #Ganesh Utsav #Awaaz Foundation #Visarjan #Ganpati #Ganeshotsav #Girgaum Chowpatty #Worli naka
Opera Browser out of beta, now available for Android devices

May 22, 2013

Opera Browser out of beta, now available for Android devices

The Opera Browser for Android is out of the beta testing and the final version of the browser is out on Google's Play Store. The interface of Opera has been redesigned, with a lighter colour scheme. #TechBuzz #Opera Software #Opera Browser #Opera Browser for Android #Opera for Android