Sunday, March 13, 2011
Just two days after the warning that the moon's movement could trigger unpredictable events on Earth, the powerful tsunami slammed into Japan's eastern coast, causing many to believe that the moon may cause calamities to Earth .
Astrologers predicted that on March 19 the so-called 'supermoon' will be closer to Earth than at any time since 1992, just 221,567 miles away, and that its gravitational pull will bring chaos to Earth.
TOKYO: Japan’s twin disaster claims at least 10,000 dead and trillion dollors loss to property as according to government officials.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said the government would hold a meeting Sunday to assess economic damage from the disaster.
“The quake is expected to have considerable impact on a wide range of our country’s economic activities,” he said.
Rhode Islands : The mayor of Providence, the capital of the US state of Rhode Island, is facing criticism after he fired all of the city's nearly 2,000 school teachers in an effort to tackle a $100m deficit.
Not all will ultimately go, but sending dismissal notices to everyone means the city can fire teachers at the end of the school year without regard to seniority.
ISLAMABAD: A Motorcyclist was hit by a US embassy car on Saturday, leaving him critically injured in Islamabad.
According to police officials, the vehicle bearing registration number MK-743 overran Maqbool Ahmed who was riding with his wife and child .
Ahmed and his wife suffered injuries while the child remained unhurt. The injured were rushed to Polyclinic Hospital.
Police arrested the driver named Carlos, an official of the US embassy, and started investigation.
Later on Carlos was released to US embassy as Maqbool Hussain (Injured Motorist) asked Police to release embassy man.