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Reagan hologram unveiled at museum dedicated to late US president

SIMI VALLEY: The Ronald Reagan museum in California has brought the late president back to virtual life with a state of the art hologram. It features his voice, facial expressions and even hand movements in a project that cost a million dollars and took four years to complete. It was unveiled Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, near Los Angeles. "It's amazing. It really is. It's a little jarring to be honest with you," said Joanne Drake, who worked in the White House…

Rs1 million compensation announced for late census worker

ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar on Monday announced special compensation worth one million rupee for the family of an official deputed on census duty who died in a fatal accident in village Neen Ban, Mansehra Distt last week. Abdul Qadir, a Primary School Teacher, who hailed from village Khun Shakoora in distt Mansehra, was on census duty when the accident took place. He is survived by a widow, four sons, two daughters and aging parents. Dar expressed deep sense of grief over the tragic death of Abdul…

Messi’s late strike sends Argentina through

Belo Horizonte, BRAZIL: Lionel Messi saved Argentina's blushes with a brilliant stoppage time winner against unheralded Iran at the World Cup on Saturday to send the South Americans into the last 16. Argentina's fabled "Fab Four" strike force had appeared heading for a blank at the Mineirao stadium despite dominating possession to the frustration of their massed ranks of fans who came expecting a goalfest at Belo Horizonte's Mineirao stadium.  But four-times world player of the year Messi curled the ball in during stoppage…