A ban on pedestrians looking at mobile phones or texting while crossing the street will take effect in Hawaii's largest city in late October, as Honolulu becomes the first major U.S. city to pass legislation aimed at reducing injuries and deaths from "distracted walking." The ban comes as cities around the world grapple with how to protect phone-obsessed "smartphone zombies" from injuring themselves by stepping into traffic or running into stationary objects. Starting Oct. 25, Honolulu pedestrians can be fined…
WELLINGTON: Traditional Hawaiian garments gifted to Captain James Cook before he was killed in the islands more than two centuries ago were handed back to indigenous people of the US Pacific state Friday at a ceremony in Wellington.
RAWALPINDI: Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Rashad Mahmood left for the United States to attend 2015 Chiefs of Defence (CHOD) Conference, ARY News reports.