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Malala Nominated For The World Children's Prize

- Amit Kr. Yadav   05-02-2014

Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai has been nominated for the World Children's Prize in Sweden for her long and determined attempt for education rights for girls.Liv Kjellberg, a member of the international prize jury, said Malala is a child herself and she stands up for girls' rights to education

Woman Lay Dead In House For Eight Years

- Trivesh Sharma   05-02-2014

An elderly lady lay dead in her inner city home for 8 years and neglected by local media.Natalie Wood was discovered by police in July 2011 having died in early 2004. She is believed to have fallen in her bedroom and then found herself unable to get up.Her terrace house, just

Fastest Flowing Glacier In Greenland

- Paromita Balodi   05-02-2014

A new study suggests that Greenland has the fastest flowing glacier in the world. It is said that it is the same glacier that has produced the iceberg that sank the Titanic.The Jakobshavn Glacier is moving ice from the Greenland ice sheet into the ocean at a speed that

Coca-Cola Ad in 7 Languages Including Hindi Stirs Row

- Paromita Balodi   04-02-2014

Coca-Cola’s latest advertisement which shows US diversity with different communities singing the national anthem of America, ‘America the Beautiful’, in 7 different languages, including Hindi, has stirred up some communities all over the world.In a bid to impress people of several communities residing in America, the

Steve Jobs Was Willing To Use Sony Vaios in OS X

- Trivesh Sharma   04-02-2014

Steve Jobs wanted to do extra by combining Sony Vaios to run apple’s OS 10. In 2005, Steve Jobs' announcement that Apple's computers would be moving from PowerPC to Intel surprised many. OS X had been living "a secret double life" with Intel for five years, said

Is Grammy Flesh Flashing Award Show!!

- Tanmay Rai   03-02-2014

Sheer clothes have taken the fashion world by storm as celebrities walk the red carpet in outfits that hardly cover their assets.In a letter that sounded like something a high school principal would send home, CBS requested the stars follow a dress code for the Grammy Awards. And the

Indian Fisherman found dead in Pak Jail

- Paromita Balodi   03-02-2014

An Indian fisherman was found dead in a Pakistani jail. Media reports identified the prisoner found dead in Landhi jail, in Karachi, as Kishore Bhagwan. The cause of Bhagwan's death is yet to be ascertained. His body has been shifted to a hospital. Indian diplomatic sources said they

U2's Music Is On The Verge Of Irrelevance: Bono

- Trivesh Sharma   03-02-2014

U2 front man Bono has admitted what many people have been saying for a long time,    that his band's music has become increasingly irrelevant.In an interview with radio DJ Zane Lowe for BBC Radio 1, Bono said that the music they make needs to be honest

Earthquake in Eastern Indonesia

- AKSHAY GOEL   04-02-2014

Eastern Indonesia hits with a strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake but there was no tsunami alert, seismologists said.The quake struck at 7:36 am local time (0306 IST), 318 kilometres (197 miles) east-northeast of the East Timor capital Dili in the Banda Sea at a depth of 18 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.The Pacific Tsunami

India Working With China To Build Security Architecture

- AKSHAY GOEL   02-02-2014

National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon has said that India is working with China, Japan as well as with its neighbours andfriends to build a "security architecture" in the strategic Asia-Pacific region to help create an environment of development and prosperity,   Speaking during a panel discussion on '

Indonesia Volcano Explosion kills 16

- shilpi sharma   02-02-2014

The death toll from an Indonesian volcano that has been rumbling for months rose to 16 after rescuers found another charred corpse and a critically injured college student died in a hospital, officials said.Mount Sinabung erupted again just a day after authorities allowed thousands of villagers who had been evacuated

Pak: Grenade Attack On Cinema Kills 4

- AKSHAY GOEL   02-02-2014

4 people were killed and 31 was injured when an unidentified attackers hurled two grenades  at a cinema in northwest Pakistan,  police said.It took place when near about 90 people were watching a late night show of the film 'Ziddi Pakhtun' at a cinema hall in Peshawar the region’

Three explosions In Yemen's Capital

- AKSHAY GOEL   02-02-2014

 Three large explosions were heard in Yemen's capital Sanaa, close to the defence ministry, the central bank and the former president's home, locals told a news agency. A resident in the area said, "The explosions were followed by heavy gunfire."  Residents added that the

Most dangerous place for journalists: Pakistan

- Alive Correspondent   28-01-2013

Just a decade back it might have made a best comic piece on a bullet-proof jackets’ sales-man’s visit to the office of a news organisation to fetch a business deal. But two nights back when a gentleman with a heavy bundle of this military merchandize turned up

Hundred Islands Nature’s wonder

- Alive Correspondent   28-01-2013

Excitement ran high as I took the bus from Manila to the town of Alaminos, gateway to the Hundred Islands National Park, lying in the South China Sea. This is nature’s wonder at its best. A number of islands and islets sprout out of the ocean to reveal

Jungle trekking at Ton Luk Chang

- Alive Correspondent   28-01-2013

Nai Harn beach is known for its gentle waves. It is the best beach in Phuket for those who enjoy gentle waves and shallow waters. I had booked into the Mangosteen Resort and Spa in Phuket, Thailand. Mangosteen Resort, that crowns the peak of a hill among a multitude of

A salute to the heroic spirit of Hiroshima

- Alive Correspondent   02-01-2013

Until recently, for me, Hiroshima was a place in Japan, confined to newspaper columns, history text-books or television visuals that commemorated the atomic explosion, on 6 August every year. Little did I know that I would, one day, step into that very site, which symbolised man’s brutality and destructive

Political turmoil in Egypt

- Alive Correspondent   02-01-2013

A proper insight into the current political turmoil in Egypt can scarcely be understood, much less appreciated, unless it is explained historically. The conflict between fundamentalist Islam  (as represented by the Muslim Brotherhood and others such as the scholars of al-Azhar University) with liberals and secularists, is one, which

‘Believe it or not’ cricket

- Alive Correspondent   02-01-2013

This is a true account of a One-Day International match, which must have been the most amazing game ever played in the history of cricket. You may have heard of One-Day Internationals, in which one team was all out in just 18 overs, or even less. But have you ever heard

Ricky Ponting one roaring career

- Alive Correspondent   02-01-2013

Ricky Thomas Ponting will be missed in international cricket. The greatest Australian batsman, after Sir Donald Bradman, hung up his boots after the conclusion of the third and final Test against South Africa in Perth. Incidentally, it was in Perth that Ponting started his Test career against Sri Lanka, in 1995.


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