Kaash at Sadlers Wells London wows the audience

Kaash – the unexpected, the unexplainable, the “thinking and dancing outside the box….” Breaking new ground is something that everyone who is an artist should feel it is their task to do. “Kaash” takes the audience on a ride which is not altogether comfortable and I believe it is studiously intended  to express pain and…

Times Internet buys Willow TV for £70m

  America’s favourite Baseball, better watch out for new competition. “Times Internet”, India’s largest digital network and part of The Times of India Group, the newspaper arm of India’s largest media conglomerate Bennett Coleman & Co, announced a £70m ($100m) drive to expand the game in the US, by acquiring Willow TV International, America’s largest…

Martin Crowe dies aged 53

Auckland-born, Martin David Crowe 53, former New Zealand batsman and cricket commentator dies of cancer of the immune system, suffering from Lymphoma. New Zealand’s one of the best players, scoring 17 centuries and 5,444 runs in 77 tests at an average of 45.36. The right-hander Crowe captained the Kiwis in 16 Test matches, scored five…

Emirates Airbus A380 makes Dubai-NZ longest non-stop flight

Emirates Airbus A380 jet has made history, the world’s longest non-stop scheduled commercial fight from Dubai to Auckland, covering 14,200km (8, 824miles) on March 2, 2016. The return flight to Dubai let at about 19:30 local time 8:30 GMT, reducing the travel time by 3 hours. Both flights were around 17 hours and 15 minutes.…

Bill Gates tops the world of billionaires

source Forbes Bill Gates (60), Microsoft head although 4.2 billion poorer than 2015, his net worth of $75bn,  is the world’s richest billionaire for the 17th time in 22 years, beating Mexico’s Carlos Slim Helu, who came fourth, behind Zara’s Amancio Ortega and Warren Buffet, according to Forbes’ annual ranking of billionaires. Other top ten include…

999 Emergency Test Set up as “Tower Block Collapses into Tube”

The biggest disaster test scenario ever run in Europe was staged in London.  Titled “Exercise Untitled Response” it simulated the collapsing of a tower block into Waterloo Underground station. The 4 day Exercise Unified Response is designed to test the contingency planning of more than 70 organisations, including police, London Ambulance Service, councils, mortuaries and…

Severed head held up in Street by Moscow “Nanny”

The Saturn Herald is posting a picture of a Moscow scene to go with this story as we do not have a shot of the woman who caused this story. Shouting “I am a terrorist” and threatening to set off explosives, Gyulchekhra Bobokulova from Uzbekistan wearing a hijab was arrested by police  after pulling a…

Google car crashes into a bus

One of the driverless Google cars crashed into a bus in California on February 14, 2016, at Mountain View, near Google’s headquarters, but there were no injuries. Google reps are to meet California’s Department for Motor Vehicles (DMV) to discuss the incident and determine where the blame lies. The Google car was travelling at 2mph…