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Many trapped under debris as shop’s roof collapsed in anti-encroachment drive

KARACHI: Several people were trapped under wreckage as roof of a shop collapsed in Karachi's area of Garden, during anti-encroachment operation, ARY News reported on Saturday. As per details, roof of a shop caved in city’s area of Garden, where the Karachi Municipal Corporation (KMC) had launched an anti-encroachment drive against illegal constructions. Soon after the incident, the rescue teams reached the spot and recovered one from the debris, while the rescue operation was underway. The eye-witnesses said the…

Can you spot a snake in this photo?

The picture below appears to show a typical back garden, but look closer at you will see something terrifying – A snake is actually hidden among the plants in the corner of the garden. A team of snake catchers was called in after the reptile was spotted lurking amid the shrubs, with a part of its body hanging over the fence. They took a picture of the scene and then asked their Facebook followers to try to spot the creature. "Top points for the species, too!" they told their followers. However, the task proved…

Garden of illuminated daffodils light up London

LONDON: A garden made up of 2,100 beautiful handmade daffodils will be springing up overnight in the shadows of St Paul's Cathedral in London to mark the launch of a charity appeal for those living with terminal illness. The outdoor illuminated installation, named "Garden of Light," was designed by artist Andrew Shoben and his public art collective Greyworld to mark the launch of the Great Daffodil Appeal by the Marie Curie charitable organization, which provides care and support for people with terminal illnesses and…

3,800-year-old potato garden discovered in Canada

OTTAWA: Ancient spuds recently dug up on Canada's Pacific coast are blackened and surely unedible, but are the first proof, say researchers, that North American natives tended gardens at least 3,800 years ago. The excavated potato patch on the ancestral lands of the Katzie tribe in British Columbia is "the first evidence" of gardening by local hunter-gatherers of the era, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances' December issue. Archeologists led by Tanja Hoffmann and Simon Fraser University…