Super typhoon Soudelor death toll-The storm has already claimed at least two casualties and one missing in a coastal area off the coast of Taiwan’s northeastern Yilan county, according to report. Two dead in Taiwan as nation braced for super typhoon Soudelor. An eight-year-old girl and her mother died after being swept out to sea […]

alcohol tracker app

Smartphone’s new alcohol tracker app, an application available for download to check alcohol consumption limit. A new application called “The Alcohol Tracker,” developed by tech-savvy doctors . This app can check  users alcohol intake and its limit, it also enables user to log the number of shots or glasses of wine they are prescribed. The application […]

Selfie for MasterCard Payment- A new application used by MasterCard for an easy payment only takes a single shot on your phone. MasterCard payment security introduces selfie scan as facial recognition, an alternative to SecureCode using new application for their no hassle, stress free payment. With this selfie app from smartphone, costumers can easily verify […]

Indonesian plane crash updates: An aircraft who had been in service since 1964 crashed in Sumatran city of Medan. The aging military plane was not equipped with a black box recorder, making any investigation into the crash difficult. The Indonesian rescuers are  working  at the crash site where Hercules military aircraft crashed which occurred only two […]

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Score Updates

2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Score Updates England defeated host Canada at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, 2-1 advance to meet defending champions Japan, 1-0 winners over Australia. England was defeated 1-0 by host nation Canada in their final warm-up game before the World Cup. Sophie Schmidt scored with a brilliant first-time strike from […]

EGoogle doodle

Earth Day 2014 logo—Google doodle celebrates the 44th Earth Day with doodles of Rufous hummingbird, veiled chameleon, moon jellyfish, dung beetle, puffer fish and macaques. Earth Day a global environmental event began in 1970, when 20 million people across the United States—that’s one in ten—rallied for increased protection of the environment. Organised by the Earth […]

Thailand Foreign Minister

Protesters will never win — Thailand Foreign Minister (caretaker)  Surapong Tovichakchaikul on Saturday said that anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban will never triumph over the government, and urged him to end the rallies completely, according to reports. Mr Surapong’s comments came after thanking Mr Suthep for making the decision to end the “Bangkok Shutdown” campaign […]

Red shirt leader seeks 600,000 men for volunteer force: Thailand’s Suporn Attawong, a red shirt leader and deputy secretary-general to the prime minister, announced plans to recruit 600,000 young men for a new pro-government Democracy Protection Volunteers this year, amid mounting concerns over the country sliding in the direction of civil war, say reports. Mr […]

Fears rising of warfare in Bangkok: Fears are mounting in Thailand of “guerrilla warfare” waged by armed elements from both pro- and anti-government sides in Bangkok, sparked by the recent upsurge in violence and the red-shirts’ announcement of a huge upcoming rally, say reports. Security sources say “men in black” could end up battling it […]

2 killed in bombing at Bangkok protest site: A 12-year-old boy and a 40-year-old woman were killed, and 22 others injured, in an apparent 40mm grenade attack at the Ratchaprasong anti-government protest site in Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday afternoon, according to reports. The attack occurred in front of the Big C Supercentre on Ratchadamri Road, […]

Thailand: Video sparks accusations over bomb

Thailand: Video sparks accusations over bomb — A CNN news clip video of the grenade explosion that injured police officers during deadly clashes with anti-government protesters at the Phan Fah Bridge rally site last Tuesday has sparked fierce debate and accusations over who threw the grenade, say reports. The CNN video, titled “On the scene […]

Court forces Thai govt to change tactics on protesters: The caretaker government of Thailand says it will abide by Wednesday’s Civil Court ruling that it cannot disperse anti-government protesters, forcing it to adjust its tactics in dealing with the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) demonstrations, according to reports. The court ruled that the government has the […]

Video Thailand policeman hero injured: A Thai policeman is being hailed as a hero and has become an overnight social media star when a video clip of him in action Tuesday at an anti-government protest site went viral. The footage shows Pol Sen Sgt Maj Theeradet Lekphoo trying to protect his colleagues by kicking away […]

Protest leader freed by ‘unknown men’ after arrest: Thailand anti-government protest co-leader Somkiat Pongpaibul of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) was set free by “unknown men” minutes after being arrested by police as they retook a rally site in Bangkok on Tuesday morning, according to reports. Mr Somkiat was arrested, handcuffed and held in a […]

Police source: ‘Dubai’ ordered arrest of protest leaders — The arrest of Thailand anti-government protest leader Sonthiyan Chuenruthainaitham on Feb 10 came after three previous aborted attempts to capture protest leaders, including secretary-general Suthep Thaugsuban of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), according to a Bangkok Post report. The report quotes a police source as saying orders […]

Japanese divers missing in Bali: Rescuers in Indonesia have been searching for seven Japanese scuba divers who went missing off the popular resort island of Bali on Friday. The search for the group, which includes five tourists and two locally-based Japanese instructors, was halted on Saturday evening after two days and will resume on Sunday […]

Police seize 1 Thai protest site, withdraw from a 2nd: Police in Thailand seized one anti-government rally site from protesters in Bangkok on Friday, but withdrew from a second site after a stand-off with demonstrators. Riot police were able to reclaim the site at Makkhawan Rangsan Bridge peacefully and took control of the surrounding area […]

Thailand govt: list of 61 funding protests — The Thai government’s Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) says it has evidence proving 61 companies and individuals are guilty of allegedly funding the ongoing anti-government protests in Thailand, according to reports. A working group has already been appointed to find out who exactly is funding […]

Thai farmers storm out of govt talks, 3rd commits suicide: Angry farmers’ representatives stormed out of talks with the Thai government after officials were unable to give them an answer on when they can expect payment for money owed them for crops sold under the state rice-pledging programme. Western province farming representative and negotiation leader […]

Aquino: Chinese insults show Philippines is right: Philippine President Benigno Aquino on Friday brushed off a barrage of insults from China in response to him comparing Chinese rulers to Hitler, as the two sides continued to trade angry accusations over a territorial dispute. On Tuesday Aquino compared China’s efforts to seize disputed parts of the South […]

Thai protest leader mocks government’s rice scheme: Thailand’s fiery anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban denounced the government’s battered rice-buying scheme as corrupt on Wednesday, piling on more pressure on the Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s administration. The rice programme was one of the populist policies pioneered by Ms Yingluck’s brother, former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, whose […]

Snapchat hack made easy— Graham Smith tells about hacking Snapchat accounts was done. The move led to Smith getting a job interview from the company. High School Sophomore Graham Smith tells “Bloomberg West’s”Emily Chang how he was able to hack into Snapchat, using the exact same vulnerability they claimed they had fixed, to get the […]