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Risalatul Juma -Message from the Imam

Risalatul Juma The Friday Message 2nd MAR 2012 / 9th Rabi ul Thani 1433 A H Message from the Imam: In one of his Risala- message to the adherents, our eleventh Imam Hasan Al Askari advised, “I command you to practice Taqwa, work hard for sake of Allah, tell the truth only, return the deposits [&hellip

US researchers build ‘waste water generator’

US researchers build ‘waste water generator’

The prototype uses two separate technologies to generate electricity Researchers in the US have built a prototype device which they say can generate electricity from waste water. The team at Pennsylvania State University says the technology would simultaneously treat the water. They suggest the process could be adopted in developing countries, providing power for homes [&hellip

Apple iPad 3 expected within days

Apple iPad 3 expected within days

Apple’s press invitation appeared to show a person using an iPad – possibly the new device Apple has announced an event on 7 March at which the company is expected to launch its latest iPad tablet. Invitations sent to journalists read: “We have something you really have to see. And touch.” While not officially confirming [&hellip

Old flu drug boosts brain recovery

Old flu drug boosts brain recovery

Researchers say an old cheap medication used to treat influenza can speed up the recovery of patients with severe traumatic brain injuries. Amantadine is a cheap flu medicine with side benefits which can also help patients with Parkinson’s disease. In recent years, many doctors have used amantadine for brain injuries caused by accidents, falls and [&hellip

Obesity risk asthma children

Obesity risk asthma children

A new US study has found that children and adolescents with higher body mass index (BMI) are at a greater risk of developing asthma. A study of 681,000 children between the ages of 6 and 19 showed that race and body mass index (BMI) were associated with their risk of asthma.The findings disclosed that overweight [&hellip

Champs Yanga arrive in Cairo

Champs Yanga arrive in Cairo

Yanga Team Mainland champions Young Africans have arrived safely in Cairo yesterday afternoon ready for their Champions League return leg match against hosts Zamalek tomorrow. Yanga conformed to the regulation imposed by the Confederation of African Football to limit their contingent to 40, including players and officials. Half of the contingent comprises players of the [&hellip

England boss search may take 2 months

England boss search may take 2 months

A new England manager may not be in place for another two months, says Sir Trevor Brooking. The national side have been without a permanent boss since Fabio Capello resigned last month. Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce took charge of the side for Wednesday’s 3-2 friendly loss to the Netherlands. “We’re not in a rush,” Football [&hellip

Active video games fail to boost fitness

Active video games fail to boost fitness

US researchers say playing lots of active video games every day does not mean than children meet their physical activity requirements. Despite previous findings about benefits of active video games to fitness of children, a new investigation warns parents that such games may not replace daily exercise for their kids.The Centers for Disease Control and [&hellip

New influenza A virus found in bats

New influenza A virus found in bats

Little yellow-shouldered Bat Scientists have found a new strain of influenza A in fruit bats of Guatemala, but there is no evidence to show that the virus may be transmissible to the human. The new flu virus strain was discovered by a team of US and Guatemalan researchers in little yellow-shouldered bats captured at two [&hellip

Ancient manuscripts help modern scientists

Ancient manuscripts help modern scientists

New study has revealed that ancient manuscripts written by Arab scholars can provide significant meteorological information for modern scientists. Spanish scientists from the Universidad de Extremadura have turned to Arabic documentary sources from the 9th and 10th centuries to get meteo information. The sources, penned by historians and political commentators of the era, focus on [&hellip