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Some Things Husband And Wife Must Not Say To Each Other

Quite paradoxical and self-contradictory is a relationship between a man and his better half. However very truly though, both the genders cannot live without each other. Now, when there is a matter of staying together arising, it brings with it a chunk of problems. Daily chaos, fights and quarrels are…

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…

CM Jaya Introduces Bill To Safeguard Dhoti

Providing a safety belt to the culture of Tamil Nadu, it was CM Jayalalithaa who introduced a bill in the assembly that barred recreation clubs, associations, companies and societies from restricting persons wearing a dhoti. The bill proposed that any club or organisation found guilty of violating the new law…

Social Media Outrage Against Rape-Inspired Fashion Shoot

Huge outburst of disgust and anger hit the social media when photographer Raj Sheyte posted a photo of an Indian fashion shoot, where a model was seen deliberately fighting against two men, while being groped by a gang. Nonetheless, the fashion photo shoot was in a close proximity to the…

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…

Massive Increase Of Sale Of British Arms To Russia

The British Government has been accused of double standards over arms sales to Russia, after it emerged that UK is continuing to export tens of millions of pounds worth of military equipment to the country, despite showing concerns that Moscow is arming separatist rebels in Ukraine. Officials have approved a…

Samsung Claims To Have Found Child Labour In A China Factory

Samsung Electronics claimed that it has found clear evidences of child labor at a factory in China. The factory is itself a supplier of Samsung and is known as Shinyang Electronics. A probe was made on behalf of the erstwhile Samsung into the supplier after New York based campaign group…

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…

Israel Military Launches Ground Operation In The Gaza Strip

Israel resumed air strikes in the Gaza Strip nearly six hours after the deal to an Egyptian proposed truce that failed to halt the attack by Hamas. According to an Israeli military source, Hamas has fired 50 rockets since the Israelis suspended their strikes in Gaza. But the Izz el-Deen…

US And EU Have Expanded Sanctions Against Russia

Reacting strongly to the gunning down of the Malaysian airlines plane carrying 295 people, US and EU authorities have expanded their sanctions on various fronts on Russia. Obama warned Russia about the situation in Eastern Ukraine and told them to control the flow of rebels. While the earlier sanction was…

China Awfully Admits Its Permission Regarding Trade In Tiger Skins

Surprisingly for the first time China has admitted in public that it allows trade in skins from captive tigers. The awful submission was made at a meeting of an international convention to protect endangered species that was attended by good many participants and officials. They said that earlier China had…

Typhoon Hits Philippines, Kills 10, Many Evacuated

A disastrous typhoon named Rammasun hit the capital and churned around Philippines making the death toll to 10 and more than 370,000 evacuating the place. Financial markets, schools, offices have remained shut throughout in response to such a calamity. The eye of Typhoon Rammasun, the strongest one to hit the…

History Takes New Dimension With Women To Become Bishops

A new history is on the verge of being created with The Church of England voting in favour of women to become bishops for the first time. This unprecedented idea was approved by ruling General Synod, who introduced this big change with majority of two-third. Earlier in 2012, such a…

Five New Governors Appointed by Centre Today

After coming to power BJP, is appointing new governors, in every state, by replacing the older governors that had been appointed by the UPA government, previously. BJP leader Ram Nasik has been given the post of the governor in Uttar Pradesh, replacing BL Joshi––as announced by Rashtrapati Bhavan, on this…

Replica of Madame Tussauds Museum In Kolkata

Trying with all might to make the city resemble the city of London in looks and elegance, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has got plans to have a wax museum in Kolkata. The museum which is presumed to resemble the Madame Tussauds’ in central London, will have a king…

Child Abuse Tends To Rise, FBI Rescues 168 Children

Near about 170 victims of child abuse and illegal sex trafficking had been successfully rescued by the FBI, as a part of its annual nationwide crackdown process. All of these children had been reported as missing and was abducted by notorious people who spoil them at the spring time of…

Twin Tall Towers On Either Side Of River Hooghly To Transmit Electricity

Adding to more skyscrapers in the city, now it is twin tall towers shaking hands across the river Hooghly. These two are CESC’ new transmission towers placed on either bank of the river from which the transmission lines emanate. Both of them are 380 feet in height, surprisingly only falling…

Indian Hostages May Be Used As Line Of Defence, Fears Government

Iraq Crisis, US Military

Situation tend to worsen in Iraq as the government presumes that the 39 Indian construction workers who were abducted from north Iraq on June 15 may be used as human shields when there is a confrontation with the US army or the Iraqi counterparts. There were 40 workers who were…

Abbott Paying Back To Immigrants To Leave Australia

Asylum seekers staying in Manus island and Nauru detention centers in Australia has been offered $10,000 to forget their dream of settling in Australia and go back to their country of origin from where they have fled and entered the Australian land in boats. Abbott government was looking confident while…

NDA Government Increases Railway Fare Across All Classes

In a decision which is bound to have negative political consequences, newly formed Narendra Modi government has announced increase of train fare by 14.2% across all classes and freight charges has been increased by 6.5%. Railway Ministry officials said that the decision was taken on 16th May, by the UPA…