Prince George took his first major royal engagement in his stride - or crawl - this morning as he joined 10 other babies at a play date in New Zealand. Wearing navy and ivory sailboat smocked dungarees by Rachel Riley, the eight-month-old made friends as he crawled about on the toy laden floor of the playgroup, organized by The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society at Government House in Wellington.
A teenager is in a coma after another lad tugged his testicles as part of a prank that went wrong. The 17-year-old, who is from Artane in Dublin, suffered a suspected heart attack while joking around with other youths.
For the first time in history, scientists are witnessing the formation of a new moon in our solar system. NASA's Cassini spacecraft has detected a new moon forming in the edge of Saturn's rings. Astronomers around the world are amazed about this incredible find, which they have named Peggy.*
The challenge, posted on the MANS website, denounces astrologers’ claims as being based on “pseudo sciences” and lists a set of multiple-choice questions to which the organisation invites predictions. These include questions about how many seats parties such as the Congress, AIADMK and Communist Party of India (Marxist) will win, what percentage of votes candidates such as Rahul Gandhi, Ram Vilas
Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivered the eulogy at St. James Cathedral for former finance minister Jim Flaherty. In a personal tribute, Harper described his longtime confidante and political lieutenant as a principled and pragmatic man who was also by turns combative and kind. He said Flaherty was as much soft-hearted as he was known for being hard-headed.