8 hrs ago
Central Co-op's New Product Line: Bugs
Now that you've maybe managed to get some veggies mixed into your kid's smoothies, how about adding nutrient-rich crickets or mealworm flour? That's what Central Co-op's suggesting you do with their new insect flours .
15 hrs ago
#AzadiMarch: Why are Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri protesting in Pakistan?
Last week, thousands of protesters in Pakistan advanced on to the capital, lead by cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan and activist cleric Tahir ul-Qadri, to demand the resignation Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
22 hrs ago
Canada geese force Saltaire Cricket Club into daily clean-up operation
THE frustrated groundsman at Saltaire Cricket Club has called for action after being faced with a daily clean-up due to a group of Canada geese.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Big News Network.com
Imran Khans party threatens to renounce all parliamentary seats
ISLAMABAD Political tension loomed in Pakistan as opposition politician Imran Khan's party announced Monday it will renounce all its parliamentary seats to push its demand that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should resign and hold fresh elections.
The art of divergence
I'm from San Fernando, born and bred. I'm not putting down South people, but it's hard to be "different" in any way, in South.
Satyajit Das: The ECB's 'policy fireworks' won't have anyone turning cartwheels
Satyajit Das writes the Das Capital Column in the Independent. He has worked in financial markets for over 35 years, as a banker, a corporate treasurer and now as a consultant to banks, fund managers, governments, companies and regulators around the world.
Good week/Bad week
Another busy period of action has thrown up plenty of contenders for our weekly pick of the winners and losers.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Globe and Mail
Best photos from the past 24 hours
Participants react as they hold on to a greased pole during the "Panjat Pinang" event organised in celebration of Indonesia's 69th Independence Day at Ancol Dreamland Park in Jakarta August 17, 2014.
Times of Oman
Pakistan protesters seek to enter capital's restricted area
A Pakistani supporter of Canada-based preacher Tahirul Qadri flashes victory signs during a protest rally in Islamabad on August 17, 2014, against the country's Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz-led government.
Friends and relatives say goodbye to volunteers before they were sent ...
Villagers carry an auto rickshaw on a boat to safer areas in flood affected Balimukh village of Morigaon district, Assam.
Easy Unlock iOS 7.1.2 IMEI iPhone 5S - Pangu, Ultrasn0w or IMEI Unlock?
That's why many people are searching for factory unlock iPhone 5 service. The good news is our official partner is well-versed in unlocking this handset.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
New York Daily News
NYPD cricket squad gives international game local flavor
"To show people police officers playing a game that is not popular in this country is a big thing," said Mahaan Chandu, an NYPD sergeant who founded the team in 2010.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Pakistan protest leaders vow no let-up until PM Sharif steps down
The leaders of two Pakistani protest movements vowed on Saturday to keep their protests alive until Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigns, after thousands entered the country's capital in the biggest challenge yet to the 15-month-old civilian government.
National Public Radio
Startups Pitch Cricket Flour As The Best Protein You Could Eat
If you heard crickets chirping in your backyard, would it occur to you to grind them into a powder to mix into a protein shake? That could become the next foraging trend if several edible insect companies can convince consumers that pulverized crickets are the next "it" protein.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Thousands march to demand new Pakistan elections
Thousands of Pakistanis rallied behind former cricketer Imran Khan on Thursday as he led a motor cavalcade toward the capital, Islamabad, for a protest to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and fresh elections.
Intolerance and violence is betrayal of the letter and spirit of democracy President
In his Independence Day eve address to the nation, President Pranab Mukherjee referred to bigotry and noted that an increasingly turbulent international environment has sparked off rising dangers "in our region and beyond".
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
New push for easier transtasman travel
Australia's Tourism and Transport Forum wants a domestic flight style travel experience at international airports in Australia and New Zealand by streamlining of border formalities on exit and entry.
Globe and Mail
Police fortify Islamabad ahead of early-election protests
Police placed shipping containers across roads in Islamabad Wednesday in a bid to foil a planned march into the capitol by government opposition leader Imran Khan and his followers.
Popularity boost for Indian traditional sport of Kabaddi
India's traditional sport of kabaddi is expected to reach a new high with the establishment of a World Kabaddi League.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Ebola crisis Doctors stranded in Nigeria await help from Indian govt
The comments will likely weaken the hand of Pakistan prime minister, who has made improving relations with India a cornerstone of his policy, despite stiff opposition from his powerful military and security establishment.