JK Rowling Wrote Some Of Harry Potter While Sitting On The Toilet

25/7/2021 11:45:00 AM

JK Rowling Wrote Some Of Harry Potter While Sitting On The Toilet

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Covid-19: S’pore will take 3-6 months to reach ‘new normal’ with trying few months ahead, says PM Lee

SINGAPORE — It will take Singapore at least three to six months to reach a “new normal” where people can resume doing the things they used to do and see crowds again without feeling worried or strange, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Saturday (Oct 9).


Taxis and tuk-tuks come to a standstill after Thai virus surgeTuk-tuks and garishly coloured taxis that once weaved through chaotic Bangkok traffic are sitting idle in storage as a fresh coronavirus surge scuttles hopes of relief for Thailand's tourism-dependent economy.

Tesla lobbies India for sharply lower import taxes on electric vehicles: sourcesTesla Inc has written to Indian ministries seeking a big reduction in import duties on electric vehicles (EVs), a move it says will boost demand ...

Donald Trump said he probably could beat George Washington in an election, even with Abraham Lincoln as his running mateTrump told journalists who wrote the book 'I Alone Can Fix It,' that he believed he could beat Washington in an election, even with Lincoln as his running mate.

Philippines to bar travel from Malaysia, Thailand to curb Delta's spreadThe Philippines will suspend travel from Malaysia and Thailand, as well as tighten restrictions in the Manila area, in a bid to prevent the spread of the contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus, the presidential spokesperson said on Friday. The travel restriction will take effect from Sunday and run to the end of July, presidential spokesman Harry Roque said in a national address. 'This action is undertaken to prevent the further spread and community transmission of COVID-19 variants in the Philippines,' Roque said. Better safe than sorry

First death from mining BitcoinIt has been described as the digital world's Gold Rush, a virtual Klondike where all comers can get rich. But despite sitting behind a computer terminal rather than digging in frozen Alaska, prospectors to the craze of 'Bitcoin mining' are learning that it too can be a hazardous trade. In what is believed to be the industry's first fatality, a bit-coin 'miner' has died after his computer exploded during an attempt to increase its power and allow him to mine more Bitcoins. The death of Danai Makm Karma