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opening ceremony for the first Ice skating center in Mashhad

Padideh skating ring was inaugurated in front of several thousand people in the city of Mashad. To start the ceremonies several young children got things going by using the skating ring for the first time. The size of this complex is 600 square meters. The complex had shops and a coffee shop for visitors enjoyment. The skate ring also has ... Read More »

A robot human, insane televisions and cameras everywhere

The Japanese technology giant offered the only human-like android on the CES floor this year. Her name is ChihiraAico, and she’s here to serve you. ChihiraAico can move her hands and communicate in Japanese sign language. The company hopes one day she’ll function as a service robot in the health care industry, helping elderly people with dementia. ChirhiraAico looks like ... Read More »

Manila Police Asked To Use Diapers During Pope’s Visit!

Some 2,000 traffic cops in the Philippine capital are being asked to wear adult diapers during next week’s visit by Pope Francis to the predominately Roman Catholic country. So, some of them will no doubt feel relieved that they’ve got a place to go during what promises to be a particularly long and grueling stint at their posts. Others might ... Read More »

Ali Daei, Azizi, Bagheri and Mahdavikia in a Friendly match in Island

Some of These players were player of Perspolis FC. Persepolis FC is based in capital. Persepolis Football Club was founded in 1963 and the founder of this famous club is Ali Abdeh. Persepolis Football Club has been in the top division of Iranian football since 1967. Hamid Jasemian,Homayoun Behzadi,Ebrahim Ashtiani,Jafar Kashani,Ali Parvin,Mohammad Panjali,Farshad Pious,Ahmad Reza Abedzadeh,Mojtaba Moharrami,Afshin Peyrovani,Karim Bagheri,Ali Karimi,Mehdi Mahdavikia ... Read More »

the 2015 AFC Asian Cup Opening Ceremony

The AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 Local Organising Committee (LOC) today unveiled the match schedule and host venues for the 2015 competition. The competition will kick off in Melbourne on January 9, 2015 with an opening ceremony and Socceroos match at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium and will culminate in the Final at Sydney’s Stadium Australia on January 31, 2015. The other ... Read More »

2016 Chevy Volt sneak peek at CES

The gasoline-electric sedan will officially debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week, but Chevy gave us a sneak peek of its redesigned Volt at a media event in Las Vegas late Sunday, as part of its CES festivities. There isn’t a ton to see here, and sorry about the low quality video (and for us not standing front and ... Read More »

Giraffe dance

When it comes to ‘dancing’ these giraffes are definitely head and shoulders above the rest. The beautiful creatures appeared to be performing an elegant routine as they crossed their necks and ‘swayed’ in time to the music in a series of synchronised moves. Despite their size the giraffes appeared to create perfect symmetry in what looked like a graceful dance ... Read More »

Beyond the ‘poo bus’: the many uses of human waste

A British “poo bus” went into service last week, powered by biomethane energy derived from human waste at a sewage plant. For those of us who follow these matters – and my academic works include Geographies of S**t: Spatial and temporal variations in attitudes towards human waste – this was an exciting moment, a rare piece of good PR for ... Read More »

The baptism of Jesus in the Bedkhem Church in Isfahan

The baptism of Jesus marks the beginning of his public ministry. This event is recorded in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. John’s gospel does not directly describe Jesus’ baptism. Most modern theologians view the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist as an historical event to which a high degree of certainty can be assigned if religious texts ... Read More »