Nov 072014
 
BJP leaders not taking PM Modi's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' seriously

In the heart of India’s capital, lies the Moti Nagar Constituency, which is being ignored by BJP leaders for many years. Strange irony is Moti Nagar’s MP is Meenakshi Lekhi (BJP), its MLA is Subhash Sachdeva (BJP), and Municipal Councillor is Bharat Bhushan Madaan (BJP), still Moti Nagar area has been ignored big time. Construction work of Moti Nagar Fun Cinema road was started in 2011, but it’s development pace is worse than snail. Local residents have complained to concerned authorities many times, but in […]

Dec 182014
 
Top 5 winter festivals in India

Are you looking to travel, want to go for a hangout to some beautiful place that you have never traveled before? Many of us though living in India are not aware what sort of places and how many types of festivals are popular in India and among them also winter festivals. As winter has almost arrived in India and vacations of your kids are soon going to start in early December- you must be planning for some place to visit. Why not enjoy the winter […]

Dec 182014
 
National capital becomes the second-most expensive city to buy a home

Delhi is the second-most expensive city to buy a home. The average increase in the rental values since past 3 years was 29.05 per cent where the property price was increased by only 2.59 per cent. This can be understood as the city have majority of immigrant population where renting is more preferred. Recommended to rent a property irrespective of how much they earn. However outer areas in the National Capital Region (NCR) region like Greater Noida Expressway and Indirapuram may provide some opportunities to […]

Dec 182014
 
Top 5 famous landmarks of India

India has been a land of cultural kaleidoscope and stands as a biggest example of unity in diversity. One can find mixture of culture, religion, divinity, valor, royalty and much more on the land of India. The country which speaks of the chivalry of the royal kings has also got serenity in the places like Golden Temple, Haridwar and much more. While the country is host to one of the beautiful architectural structures and many greatest battles fought on its land, it has also been […]

Dec 122014
 
Top 5 worst offender countries for human rights

Every country has issues related with human rights violation, the difference is only of degree. On the occasion of Human Rights Day we telling you about some countries which have reported many human rights violations. Maplecroft, global analytics firm, in its 2014 Human Rights Risk Atlas has revealed the list of countries with high degree of human rights violations. According to Human Rights Atlas 2014, top 5 worst offender countries are: 5 Somalia From last 20 years, county is suffering from human rights crisis. There […]

Dec 122014
 
Men tend to take more risks than women do: Study

Men tend to take more risks than women do, and they also seem to be ahead of women in engaging in risky behavior that is extremely “idiotic,” according to researchers who revealed in a new study. A person must die in “an extraordinarily idiotic manner,” and thereby protect the human gene pool and improve the species’ chances of long-term survival. For example, one person in the new study was a “terrorist who posted a letter bomb with insufficient postage stamps and who, on its return, […]

Dec 102014
 
Scientific Tips for Staying Warm

Staying comfy in the cold, whether you’re hiking urban canyons or hip deep in back country snow, requires paying attention to the science of heat transfer. Loren Greenway, CEO of the Wilderness Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, said that staying warm requires understanding two key principles: conduction and convection. Conduction is the transfer of heat between two solid surfaces that are in direct contact with each other, such as when you stand on icy pavement. Convection is the transfer of heat between a […]

Dec 102014
 
Some Unkonwn Facts About Squirrels

Squirrels are nimble, bushy-tailed rodents found all over the world. They belong to the Sciuridae family, which includes prairie dogs, chipmunks and marmots. There are more than 200 species of squirrels, according to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), and they are categorized into three types: tree squirrels, ground squirrels and flying squirrels. These three categories are further broken down into many squirrel types, such as Albino, Mountain Tree, Antelope, Spotted, Grey, American Red, Douglas, Fox, Pygmy, Northern Flying, Southern, Arizona Gray, Idaho, Arctic Ground, […]

Dec 092014
 
Bangkok ranks as the 11th most-affordable city for urban transit

Helped by the lowest taxi fares in Asia, Bangkok has been ranked as the 11th most-affordable city for urban transit by travel-search website GoEuro. The Berlin company, which runs an trip-planning search tool for European journeys, ranked 60 major cities around the world based on prices of a 10-kilometre trip using taxis, public transit and the Uber ride-sharing service. Its Urban Transit Price Index shows Bangkok has the third-lowest average taxi fares and sixth-most affordable Uber rates. Contributed By Sonia Narula

Dec 092014
 
List of 5 most splendid statues of the world

The world has witnessed many transitions from the stone age to the period of technological enhancements. Various sculptures, majestic monuments and statues have been made in various periods and in various parts of the world. The first statue ever created was called the Lion Man, created almost 32,000 years ago. Numerous statues and monuments have been created till date, be it of a deity, of significant people or to mark any historical event. While each statue has its own story to tell, some of them […]

Dec 062014
 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi named as the “Asian of the Year” 2014 by Singapore’s Strait Times

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was named “Asian of the Year” by a leading Singaporean press group for being focused on India’s development and getting the world “excited” about the prospects of the country again. Singapore Press Holdings Limited, the publisher of The Straits Times, said “despite being relatively new to the job, he has already made a mark on Asia, reaching out to neighbours and receiving national leaders including Xi Jinping of China and Tony Abbott of Australia.” The editors’ choice was based on several […]

Dec 052014
 
List of Indian politicians who have a royal background

We all know that India had been a land of princely states for a long time, the states being ruled by aristocratic families and their heirs. After India gained independence, the country was to be made into a democracy and the princely states were dissolved to be integrated into the government states. However, even after 67 years of independence, the inheritors of these princely states continue to have a strong foothold in the Indian politics. We present to you a list of Indian politicians who […]

Dec 052014
 
Top 10 Politicians Personalities Who Mattered to Us This Year

Plum cakes are being planned with best of rum, mistletoes are finding their way into homes, winter is getting from better to bitter, and the world’s getting ready for a festival that will soon colour the spirit of the season. Come December, it is the season of cheers and parties. But then, December is also a month when the world looks back at what went by in the last few months. As far as India is concerned, the year that is almost ending, was a […]

Dec 042014
 
How to Live Life Without Making Excuses

Life is a mystery. It has all sorts of unexpected twists and turns. Many of these happened outside of our control. They were experiences foisted upon us by others and seeming chance events. However many of these twists and turns also came as a result of our own choices and actions. The outcome of these choices and actions ultimately form our life. A life of reflecting with satisfaction on how it has turned out, or a life of tormenting regrets. Voltaire is reported as saying […]

Dec 042014
 
10 Little-known facts about man's best friend 'Dogs'

Dogs and humans have been living side-by-side for about 15,000 years, so you might think we know each other pretty well. But there’s more to dogs than fetching and playing dead. Here are some little-known facts about man’s best friend. Dogs get our diseases … Humans and canines aren’t so different after all, at least regarding what makes us sick. About 6 million dogs are diagnosed with cancer each year, and dogs get canine versions of rare human disorders like the brain-wasting neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis […]