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  • Tokyo park closed after high-level radiation

    TOKYO: Extremely high levels of radiation have been discovered in a playground in Tokyo, officials said on Friday, fanning fears for the health of children in the area...

    Soil underneath a slide at the park in the northwest of the Japanese capital showed radiation readings of up to 480 microsieverts per hour, the local administrative office said...

  • Radiation hazards to health workers discussed

    KARACHI: Experts at a symposium discussed hazards posed by radiation to healthcare workers and agreed on the need for adequate safety arrangements at health facilities to avoid any possible dangers to life of workers, particularly those having duties at facilities where radioactive rays and material were present...

    The symposium titled ‘Radiation and health imaging: hazards to healthcare workers’ was organised by the radiation safety...

  • Japan lifts evacuation order for radiation-hit town

    TOKYO: The Japanese government on Saturday lifted the evacuation order for the first town near the crippled Fukushima reactors, more than four years after ordering mass relocations near the tsunami-wrecked nuclear plant...

    Among communities where the entire population was forced to evacuate after the nuclear crisis started in March 2011, Naraha is the first town to allow all of its residents to return home permanently
  • US workers’ radiation exposure halts demolition of nuke plant

    SPOKANE: Seven decades after making key portions of the US atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation are being exposed to radiation as they tear down buildings that helped create the nation’s nuclear arsenal...

    Dozens of workers demolishing a plutonium processing plant from the 1940s have inhaled or ingested radioactive particles in the past year, and even carried some of that radiation into...

  • Russians rush to buy iodine after blast causes radiation spike

    MOSCOW: Residents of two northern Russian cities are stocking up on iodine that is used to reduce the effects of radiation exposure after a mysterious accident on a nearby military testing site, regional media reported...

    Although the ministry initially said no harmful chemicals were released into the atmosphere and radiation levels were unchanged, authorities in the nearby city of Severodvinsk reported what they described as a brief...

  • Russia has restarted sharing radiation data, says watchdog

    MOSCOW: Russia has resumed sharing data from radiation monitoring stations in Siberia after some were taken offline following a deadly explosion at a missile range, an nuclear weapons watchdog said on Tuesday, while an American expert said the fact that more than one Russian site went offline at the same time suggests it was not the work of Mother Nature...

    The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation (CNTBTO) said earlier...

  • Chips team off to Malaysia

    KARACHI: A six-member team of Champion Hunt Ini­tiative Programme for Squash (CHIPS) left here for Kuala Lumpur on Saturday to compete in the Malaysian Junior Open Squash Championship being held at Penang from June 1 to 6...

    It is pertinent to mention that CHIPS was launched by Kazim Anwar ADHD Trust (KAAT) earlier this year to scout talent from from all over the country...

  • Cook-it-yourself : Chocolate chips ice cream

    Creamy chocolate chips ice cream is a dream! And this dream can easily be a reality for you anytime you have the urge for it because we are going to tell you how to whip it up easily at home...

    Pour this mixture into a container with a lid and sprinkle the chocolate chips...

  • Blue-chips help PSX hit record high of 39,528

    KARACHI: The stock market remained range-bound in the early sessions of the week, but investor interest in index heavyweights, mainly in the banking sector, helped propel the KSE-100 index to a record high of 39,528 points, representing gains of 377 points (0...

    96 per cent) during the week
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