Local printers get a leg-up in fight for textbook orders

Local printers are likely to be able to compete with their foreign counterparts in securing orders to make textbooks for schoolchildren using imported paper thanks to a decision

What a 5G-powered office looks like: No more desktops or cables

Clocking in for work at Cetropolis, a high-rise business building in downtown Seoul, office workers literally have to do nothing but, well, start working. They have no entrance

Where childhood obesity is highest in world

Childhood obesity continues to rise around the world, and the World Health Organization has called it "one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century."

President Abdul Hamid to enjoy ‘Fagun Haway’

President Abdul Hamid is going to enjoy actor-turned-director Tauquir Ahmed’s new film ‘Fagun Haway – In spring Breeze’, which is produced based on the 1952 Language

Tanzanian beast sheds light on gigantic dinosaur group

A relatively complete skeleton of a long-necked, long-tailed plant-eater excavated from a rocky cliff above a Tanzanian river is providing insight into the early evolution of a

Smartphones blamed for mental health crisis in Australia, expert calls for real solutions

One of Australia is leading youth mental health experts warned Friday that smartphones are responsible for a crisis costing the nation 60 billion Australian dollars (42.5 billion

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