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Sanjiv Bhatt, IPS Officer Previously Suspended, Now Sacked

Sanjiv Bhatt, the IPS officer who was suspended from service few years back, has now been sacked from service. While sacking him from service, Government showed the ground as “unauthorized absence” from service. Reacting to him being sacked, the IPS officer said that the outcome came as a result of…

Record Cycle Ride Lead By Thailand Prince

Hundreds and thousands of Thais cycled this Sunday in Bangkok to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s 83rd birthday, led by HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn. Around 295,000 people registered for ‘Bike for Mom’ contest in advance, out of which 40,000 participants were from Bangkok itself, while about 254,863 participants were…

Some Facts About 15th August Independence Day That Every Indian Should Know

15 August is the day which is considered to be the most significant day in Indian Calendar. How can one forget the day when India got its most coveted freedom from the British colonial rule after so many years of slavery? On 15 August 1947, India promulgated the end of…

Celebrities Rush To Help China Explosion Affected Victims

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The recent blast in China has paralyzed one of its core industrial zones. Northern China’s Binhai New Area is a huge logistics hub, considered twice the size of entire Hong Kong. The details of the China explosion at a chemical warehouse are yet to figure out, as the investigations are…

Casualties Increasing In Huge Explosion In China

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World is shaken with the news of the huge explosion in China that took place on Wednesday at around 23:30 (15:30 GMT) following by another more devastating blast leaving at least 45 people dead with hundreds of injured.   This shocking blast happened in a warehouse located in China’s northern…

The Earth’s ‘Cousin’ Found In The Universe

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Recent news from NASA has revealed that they have discovered a new planet similar to Earth which also orbits a star and also may have life in it. This new discovery of NASA was made by Jon Jenkins and his team. One of the team members of NASA said that…

Eurozone Agrees To Give Greece A Third Bailout

Greek debt crisis takes new dimensions with Eurozone leaders reaching an agreement over marathon talks in Brussels. They arrived at a conclusion finally on continuing support to Greece in such trouble waters after as long as 17 hours of uninterrupted talks. EU chairman Donald Tusk confirmed the story by saying…

A Homeless Man In USA Founds Forgotten Bank Account With Heaps Of Amount

John Helinski was living in the cardboard box on the streets of Tampa, Florida for the last three years. However, at the age of 62 when he was looking for a home and work to earn his livelihood, with the help of a homeless shelter worker and a policeman, Helinski…

Silly mistakes That May Harm Your Marriage

Marriage is that special bond that unites two people for the rest of their lives. But, with time often this bond becomes a burden for both the partners and they ends up getting divorced. There are several small things in a marriage, which if you notice from the beginning, can…

Black Money Or Not, Indians Are Holding 1195 Swiss Accounts

The controversies of India remains the same where maximum people residing belongs to a below poverty level, and we are topping the chart of Swiss bank with 1,195 names and Rs 25,420 cores under investigation. According to the laundry list released on February 9, some of the premium ex-bureaucrats, politicians…

Inhuman Practices of Islamic Militants On Children

Child abduction, suicide bombers, crucifixion and live burial is what children under the age of 18 are going through in Iraq. It seems the countries youth is in danger and rapidly vanishing due to Islamic state militant practices. Children in the minority zone are trained to be soldiers, bomb makers…

Seals Found Having Sex With Penguins In Antarctica

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Ever heard of seals mating with penguins? Well mammals and penguins seem to be moving on to this unheard behavior in the sub-Antarctics. Scientists are however not shocked by the behavior since it had been noticed among the two species in 2006 for the first time on Marion Island, a…

Miss Honduras – The Beauty Queen Murdered

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Miss Honduras who was to have flown to London to participate in the Miss World pageant was found dead with her sister along the banks of a remote river in Honduras today. The two women, 19-year-old Maria Jose Alvarado and her 23-year-old sister Sofia, were killed by the sister’s boyfriend….

Vampire Like Deer Spotted In Afghanistan

Recent surveys by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) reported the presence of a deer with vampire-like fangs in Kabul recently. Known as the Kashmiri Musk Deer, the animal was spotted more than 60 years ago in the forest slopes of North Afghanistan by a Danish survey team in 1948. There…

Time’s Shining Teens Of 2014

The US President’s daughters, a Nobel Laureate and a girl baseball player were among Time magazine’s list of 25 most influential teenagers this year. Barack Obama’s daughters Malia, 16, and Sasha, 13, Malala Yousafzai, the 17-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner and 17-year-old Grammy-winning New Zealand singer Lorde were among the…

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…

Heathrow Airport Will Screen Passengers For Ebola

The UK International airport has taken up strict steps to prevent people infected with Ebola from entering the nation. In September almost 1,000 people from the affected countries of West Africa had arrived in the country, and thus, to prevent the spread of this infection the authorities have taken up…

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…

World Likely To Face Another Financial Crisis, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund has once again called upon the leading developing countries to cope up with the financial crisis which is rising over the whole world. Once again the cloud is over the European countries regarding the newest crisis in the world market. The international financial body has urged…

Why Brides Wear White Dress On The Wedding Day?

Not many know about the “white wedding” as it is quite untrained to the ear, however for the British it has a nice history associated. White wedding is a formal or semi-formal wedding style originated in US and Britain and is well known by the colour of the white dress…