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Ben Heck's Hackmanji board game

With a bit of laser cutting for the box and some 3D printing for the pieces, cogs and arms, Ben, Karen and Felix build a new version of the board game Jumanji. 23 more words


The After Math: Potpourri

It’s been a mixed week for news with few clear winners and losers — outside of Chewbacca Mom of course, who has been killing it. Let’s see, Takata had to recall 12 million more airbags because they keep killing people. 13 more words


The Rajinder Sachar Committee report on the social, economic and educational conditions of the Muslim community of India.

On 9 March 2005, the PMO had issued the Notification for constitution of the High Level Committee for preparation of Report on the Social, Economic and Educational Status of the Muslim Community of India. 548 more words


‘Open bid for Haj air transport to cut cost for Indian pilgrims’

Shams Ahsan

Jeddah — A philanthropist and former bureaucrat has suggested that the government of India should open bids to all international airlines for Haj transportation so as to bring down the cost of the pilgrimage and do away with the much-criticized Haj subsidy given to Indian pilgrims. 958 more words


A video game creator got death threats when he delayed the release of a high-profile game

No Man’s Sky is delayed by about a month. You can survive.

No Man’s Sky, a highly anticipated adventure video game, was supposed to be released in late June. 202 more words


Seeing the “Eastern Outburst” on the Sinhala canvas: In defence of Eastern Province Chief Minister

By Kusal Perera

The Navy high Command has taken one step too far, too quick. The Daily Mirror (DM) on 27 May (2016), carried in one of its columns a statement made by the Navy media spokesman, Captain Alavi as saying the Navy Commander had given instructions to all navy officers and camps that Chief Minister of the Eastern Province, Nazeer Ahamed should not be allowed into any naval camp. 1,933 more words


Inhabitat's Week in Green: A VW bug made out of timber

Six years ago a Beijing company proposed an insane lane-straddling bus that could soar over congested freeways. The project just took a step closer to reality, as the Transit Explore Bus is set to begin testing this summer. 11 more words