Cambodia has drafted a law mandating all telcos “selling” their infrastructure including towers and underground cables to the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of Cambodia (MPTC). Subsequently, all operators surrender their licenses too. The government will decide how the access service providers will make reentry to their dispossessed infrastructure. And these draconian terms will be planted in the licenses the ...

Update! what's happening?Hey “BD beauties”!This is going to be more of a casual post today with so much happening around it kind of gets overwhelming to keep up with reviews for the blog so I thought I’d let you all know bit about what’s happening. First of all I’m super excited to show all of you the Beauty Dosage studio ...

Marmite Marmite is the best thing the British have come up with after Doctor Who (and for those who don’t know me: I am obsessed with Doctor Who, so me comparing Marmite to the Doctor is a big big deal! Also to Doctor loves Marmite too or he might hate it.. You can never tell with the Doctor’s ever changing personally ...

When Sanath Jayasuriya, the chief selector, got his heart problems, he obviously wasn’t having as much input on the selections and someone else was calling the shots while he recuperated. Otherwise it’s difficult to explain the picking of four spinners in the deciding one dayer at Hambantota. Jayasuriya has generally been spot on with his selections and has not been ...

After a rollicking start to 2014 with Test and ODI wins in Bangladesh and then the Asia Cup and World T20 wins, the dream run continued to England where SL got the better of the whingeing Poms in the last over of both Test matches. However, we’ve been brought down to earth with a fairly loud thud, losing the ODI ...

I wonder what Carlos Afonso, who was so upset when I said at IGF2009 in Sharm El Sheikh that most people in developing countries would be accessing the Internet over mobile devices, would have to say now? China had 632 million Internet users at the end of June, an increase of 14.4 million since the end of December, according to ...

As someone old enough to remember the 1984 Apple ad that assailed IMB as big brother, I am willing to bet Big Blue will pull through and to be amused by Apple collaborating with IBM. The areas IBM is betting heavily on include data analytics, cloud computing and corporate mobile and social computing. At a meeting with analysts in May, ...

Mrs. Dulcie Ganendra de Silva, former principal at Musaeus and mentor to me and countless others, is no more. Mrs. Silva was the beloved principal and mathematics teacher at Musaeaus College from 1963-1972. She continued to receive adulations of her students throughout her retirement in Brighton, UK. The beginning of Mrs. Silva tenure at Musaues shows how those days school ...

I look into the mirror with blotches blocking my reflection. The toilet was too close to the sink to my comfort and the whole room gave me the creeps. It look several efforts to subdue the urge to run away, every time I tried to enter the horrendous bathroom, and to reach for the tap to wash my face. It ...

Nihal Ekanayaka is in need of a B+ or AB kidney Nihal Ekanayaka Nihal Ekanayaka is 54-year-old farmer from Mahawilachchiya, Anuradhapura. He was a hard working farmer and served his family of 5 daughters by cultivating his paddy land for all these long years. He earned a name as a fierce volleyball dasher when he was young. All his daughters are also very talented in sports. Three of them are married ...

Nihal Ekanayaka is in need of a B+ or AB kidney Nihal Ekanayaka Nihal Ekanayaka is 54-year-old farmer from Mahawilachchiya, Anuradhapura. He was a hard working farmer and served his family of 5 daughters by cultivating his paddy land for all these long years. He earned a name as a fierce volleyball dasher when he was young. All his daughters are also very talented in sports. Three of them are married ...

First Post: First Ever Camping rothbourne:Elmo’s first blog post and it’s about a resent camping trip we did awhile back. Since I couldn’t (my excuse: being having to dive head first into #SMdayCMB preparations as soon as I got back, about which also I need to write about) write my own perspective of my experience, and this post does an excellent job of summing up ...

Can You Stay Off Facebook? Somehow, somewhere, we all do it. On the couch, on the table, in the kitchen, on the bed. Young or old, boy or girl, everyone does it. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about. We all check Facebook. Facebook and other SNS (Social Networking Services) have become such a part of our lives, it’s hard to imagine a day without it. ...

Quality of Service Experience (QoSE) is generally not what ISPs worry about. QoSE however, is what affects the user’s broadband experience. LIRNEasia’s broadband benchmarking efforts have consistently been about QoSE. In a recent launch of its new service Google aims to provide statistics based on streaming media via YouTube, that will help users make informed choices of ISPs. It seems however ...

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