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Job Satisfaction Increases with Regular, Healthy Sex

Having a job satisfaction and giving full engagement at work depends on many causes. But also a healthy sex life plays a vital role in as per a group of researchers. Keith Leavitt, an associate professor from the College of Business, Oregon State University, and their team of researchers, have…

Saudi Arabia Women To Participate In The Upcoming Municipal Polls

History was made in Saudi Arabia when Saudi women registered their candidature for the municipal polls for the first time last Sunday. Not only that, in the first quarter of this month, women also registered themselves as a voter at centers which are completely run by the female stuffs. This…

After Savannah University Shooting, will the US administration ban the carrying of guns by the students?

Shootout at the US University in the state of Georgia left a student dead and resulted in a temporary lock down of the campus. The student killed was named Christopher Starks, a junior from the Atlanta metropolitan area. He was declared dead at a local hospital after an ‘altercation’ on…

Google Doodle Celebrates La Tomatina: World’s Biggest Food Fight

La Tomatina fun approaches slowly as we move further in the month of August. In the last Wednesday of August massive trucks carrying heaps of tomatoes arrive in the streets of Bunol, a small town in Valencia province of Spain. This time the fun gets even doubled as the playful…

UK To Send Illegal Immigration Employees To Jail As Part of Immigration Crackdown

If any illegal immigrant is found working in UK without any valid document, then he or she will be sent to prison for a period of six months. Government will make crackdown on late night take-away and see if they have hired foreigners without any valid document. For few days,…

Revenues Drop in All Major Nigerian Telcos

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The availability of multiple applications like BBM, Skype, WhatsApp are eating up the revenues of major Nigerian Telecommunication companies. With the budding apps, calling and short message services have taken the back seat and as a result, the telecommunication companies are facing a massive loss of revenue. A recent report…

War of Words Between Heidi Klum And Donald Trump

Donald Trump is again in the news by commenting on women and their lifestyle. And this time his target has been the supermodel, Heidi Klum. Earlier this week, Donald made an embarrassing comment on Heidi Klum by saying that she is no more the beauty that she used to be…

Galaxy Note 5 & S6 edge+ Releasing August 21st

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Announcing the launch of Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ smartphones in New York, Samsung authorities said that they have felt that the transformation of smartphones have been from just nice to having some useful things. Keeping this concept in mind, Samsung note 5 has been made such that…

What Your Sleeping Position Says About You?

Scientists are in favor of saying that your sleeping positions can say a lot about you. Robert Phipps, a UK based body language expert analyzed the results of a survey taken by a British hotel chain on preferred sleeping positions, while another research undertaken by Dr. Chris Idzikowski of Edinburg…

Windows 10 Soon To Be Released In 190 countries, 111 Languages

Recently Microsoft confirmed all new Windows 10 Operating System is soon to be released ‘this summer’ in 190 countries and 111 languages. In the blog post Microsoft executive vice president Terry Myerson announced that Windows 10 is specifically designed for multiple devices. However, Microsoft is yet to make the official…

A Good Air Conditioner Maintenance Service Can Help You

The temperature of the earth is increasing every year and hence it should be taken care of. The main cause of this temperature rise is global warming and increase of pollution. The emission of harmful gases also leads to increase in temperature of the earth. Due to the rapid increase…

Ebola Victims May Rise To A Great Extent During Next Two Months: WHO

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa which has already killed 4,447 people this year can still claim up to 10,000 lives per week in the next two months, a World Health Organization (WHO) official said in Geneva recently. Dr Bruce Aylward, the WHO assistant director-general said that 4,000 new cases in…

French Economist Jean Tirole Bags 2014 Noble Prize, For Economics

Jean Tirole, the French economist was awarded the 2014 Noble Prize for this successful works in the field of economics. His work focuses on how exactly the government of any country should control the increasing dominance of powerful companies in the market. His researches showed that the market regulations should…

Make Your Business Fruitful One Through Online Marketing

Modern day is the age of internet and online. Whether it is an educational purpose or business purpose or even official purpose, the internet has become an integral part of our life. And when it comes to the business purposes then the use of internet policy is a must. And…

At Old Age, Playing Computer Games Can Reduce Depression

In a case study of 11 older patients, researchers has come up with a fact that playing computer games can be highly effective in reducing symptoms of depression. It was seen that those playing the games achieved good results in just four weeks, whereas it generally takes twelve weeks with…

Russia Imposes One Year Ban On Western Products

Russia, through its PM Dmitry Medvedev, officially announced on Thursday that it had banned imports of meat, fish, milk and milk products, vegetables and fruits from the European Union and countries like Australia, Canada, Norway and the United States. This was a major decision taken by the country’s president Vladimir…

Engineer Blames Referee And ICC For Jadeja-Anderson Spat To Linger

Former Indian wicket-keeper, Farokh Engineer blamed the ICC and the match referee David Boon for making the Jadeja-Anderson controversy even worse. It was ICC that had given its verdict that both Jadeja and Anderson were not guilty of breaching its code of conduct and no cricketing formalities were violated. Engineer…

Grave Of Colonial Era Is Unveiled in Bolivia

A grave having nearly 400 people has been unearthed in Potosi-a Bolivian city. Presumably the grave consists of the remains of colonial-era miners and was discovered by workers carrying out excavations for the construction of a new building. The Potosi mine became the world’s biggest mining place after silver was…

Couples Losing Virginity Now Had Much Better Experience Than Those 20 Years Ago

It has been reported that sex between men and women has become increasingly satisfying in the present age. A survey has brought out the fact that people losing their virginity 20-30 years ago had a more difficult experience. Although the maximum pleasure was received by men, they also received maximum…

Canterbury Court Hears Of Cannibal Nurse Planning To Kill A Girl Of 14

A bizarre news shocked many when the Canterbury Crown Court heard about a cannibal nurse planning to kill a girl of 14 with an axe before eating her. According to the reports, it was said to the court that Nurse Dale Bolinger, 57, used the Dark Fetish Network (DFN) to…