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Meet Harmony: Could a ‘sexbot’ reboot your unhappy relationship?

Meet Harmony: Could a ‘sexbot’ reboot your unhappy relationship?

Tribunal Desk ‘Corn starch.’ I’ve got a soft, pliant buttock in each hand when the Abyss Creations PR director, Daivin, walks in and makes this unlikely pronouncement. ‘The skin…’ she explains. ‘We rub corn starch on it to make it that soft. Incredible, right? Feel the breasts.’ With her vacant eyes and expectant, semi-parted lips,


iPhone-8 launched in Bangladesh

Tribunal Desk iPhone-8, the latest version of mobile phone set of giant Apple brand, was formally launched today here for Bangladesh market with a call for buying the set from authorised sellers to evade from having fake or refurbish sets. Compustar PVT Limited (CPL), the authorised distributor of iPhone in Bangladesh, launched the new iPhone

Strange Buildings of the World

Dancing House, Czech Republic:Designed by architect Vlado Miluni, this weirdly crooked building was originally named Fred and Ginger after two famous dancers. The site previously had a house of historic significance that was destroyed during the bombing in Prague.National Centre for the Performing Arts, China: Shaped like a semi-spherical hub, the entire dome is covered


Expert for using climate fund for power generation through geothermal technology

An expert today claimed that Bangladesh can generate thousands megawatts of electricity using geothermal technology without burning conventional energy in power plants. Addressing a press conference at National Press Club in the city, Member of International Geothermal Association (IGA), Mosarof Hossain Montu made this claim and demanded investing climate change funds of the United Nations


Pakistani right cries ‘blasphemy’ to muzzle progressives

A virulent social media campaign to paint five disappeared Pakistani activists as blasphemers deserving execution has spotlighted how right-wing efforts to muzzle liberal voices using the country’s draconian laws have found a powerful new platform online. The five men had stood against religious intolerance and at times criticised Pakistan’s military, with several of them running