It is very cold in London. “This is the coldest it’s been in 25 years,” said a colleague. People are bundled up in scarves and hats. There are patches of ice on the sidewalk. Heck, it could be Baltimore or New York. London is usually milder. It snows occasionally, here. But rarely do you get [...]
LONDON — The best advice for visitors to Britain — pack an umbrella — is more vital than ever.
Weather scientists said Tuesday that a country that has been unusually soggy in recent years is not likely to dry out soon, and a warm Atlantic Ocean may be to blame.
Meteorologists and climate scientists from around Britain met to discuss why this traditionally temperate country has recently experienced icy winters, the coldest spring in half a century and a string of washed-out summers.
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KOCHI: The UAE-based Tablez Food Company , headed by Shafeena Yusuff Ali, daughter of NRK billionaire M A Yusuff Ali, is planning to roll out a string of home grown and franchised food products outlets in India and Gulf region as part of its strategy to be a top food and beverages company with significant market share in the coming years. The company on Thursday signed a franchisee agreement with the US-based ice cream products manufacturer Cold Stone Creamery to open the latter's premium ice cream stores in India and Sri Lanka.
Nearly 35 years after a Canadian nurse was savagely murdered in her California apartment, the unrelenting efforts of her grieving sister — a Toronto-area woman who refused to let U.S. investigators, officials or politicians forget the August 1979 killing of Lynne Knight of Stratford, Ont. — have come down to this: a six-week trial of her ex-boyfriend, Douglas Bradford, and a jury deliberating the verdict on one of the oldest cold cases ever to reach a U.S. courtroom.
Using data from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta orbiter, scientists have confirmed the existence of patches of exposed water ice on the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. This marks the first time water ice has made a bold appearance on the comet’s surface, and it could help scientists puzzle out some of the comet’s origin story.
City paramedics are warning Ottawans to “look up a bit” for the next couple of weeks when they are out walking after a pedestrian was seriously hurt Tuesday by ice falling from a residential roof.
Paramedics were called to a stretch of Cooper Street between Bank and Lyon streets just after 5 p.m. after a man was struck on the head by a 100-kilogram chunk of ice as he walked along the sidewalk.
MUMBAI: Tablez Food Company, the food and beverage arm of Lulu International Group, has signed an agreement with US-based Kahala Brands to bring its ice-cream brand Cold Stone Creamery to India and Sri Lanka. Tablez will invest about Rs 75-85 crore in opening 40 outlets in India over the next five years. "When we look for brands to tie up with we always look for those that are high in quality, have great value and are passionate about what they do and Cold Stone ticks all the boxes for us," Shafeena Yusuff Ali, CEO of Tablez Food Company, told ET.