Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Amphibians in trouble

Amphibians –among the oldest inhabitants of planet Earth — seem to be struggling for survival for a variety of reasons. They are among the most imperiled beings

Alcohol is not a good sleeping aid

Alcohol initially acts as a sedative – but is later associated with sleep disruption. The take-home message is that alcohol is not actually a good sleep aid even though it may seem like it helps you get to sleep quicker. In fact, the quality of the sleep you get is significantly altered and disrupted


Monday, January 19, 2015

10 Most spectacular railway stations in the world

Railway stations are not necessarily eye-sores to look at where you essentially go to board or get off a train. They can be visually very attractive places which make you feel comfortable and relaxed. Here are some of the best places in the world where you might like to begin or end your memorable journey….


Will real estate sector bounce sink or sail in 2015?

The Indian real estate industry is in doldrums. Real estate companies are trying to lure buyers with marketing schemes at just 10 percent down payment and no payouts till possession. In spite of all this there was a significant drop in the number of new launches, especially during the festive season.


Sunday, January 18, 2015

The internet is killing the reading habit for pocket books

Rajan Iqbal, a bookseller at the New Delhi Railway Station, vividly remembers “those days” when Hindi pulp fiction books were his stall’s bestsellers. Today, he struggles to sell even a single copy in a day and blames the internet for “killing the reading habit and diminishing the business of pocket books”


Rdio -32 million songs; 43 languages, 61 countries — Now in India

Tuned into you- Rdio your personal radio station, offers you the choice to listen to a variety of music according to the mood. Get personalized recommendations, share playlists as well as stream or download songs and albums, start to finish, on every device instantly, online or offline –anywhere in the world

Monday, January 12, 2015

Surgical procedures that make people smile again

Smile is the greatest gift of God to man also as someone said smile is happiness, right under your nose. We all know the good that a simple smile can do. But can you imagine the suffering and torture when some people just can’t smile almost throughout their life despite wanting to do so? Smile seems to be the biggest burden and most difficult thing for them to do. Here are a few Surgeons who put the smile back on their faces.


A Gandhi at London’s Parliament Square

Britain is hoping to cement its historical connection with India by allowing a statue of Mahatma Gandhi alongside Churchill and Mandela at Parliament Square


Thursday, January 8, 2015

Top 10 qualities why Krishna is relevant today – 3

An all-in-one God, Krishna is able to transforms himself as a leader, hero, protector, philosopher, teacher and friend

Babies in the war zone

The unlikely price for the four-year-old Syrian War is being paid by millions of children. Thousands of children have who have lost their childhood in the frontlines of conflict. If not– killed or wounded–they have seen their families and loved ones being killed, and schools destroyed. Many of them are condemned to live without education. What will be the future of these children who have only experienced fear, hunger, violence, insecurity and crime? What hope do they look forward to in the future?

Chinese ‘Robin Hood’ arrested for burglary

During daytime 27-year-old, “Boss Yu” used to frequent clubs and five star hotels, or donate money to charities. But at night, he he was a totally different personality, stealing property

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Poinsettia – the flower that makes Christmas colourful

The poinsettia is one of the four flowers that traditionally ‘bloom” at the end of the year and have been associated with the celebration of Christmas

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Indians are the biggest and highest spending globetrotters

The only species found all over the world… By Taazakhabar News Bureau Go east; go west… You are sure to find an Indian – trying to make a home and a nest. The other day someone jokingly asked – which species are found all over the globe -including the north and pole- pat came the […]


A party without a structure, organization or ideology

She may prefer to call it a political party, but Mamta Bannerji’s Trinamool Congress has no structure, organization or ideology. It is just a loose group or assemblage of people who began walking with her in her march against the more than three-decade-old Left rule in the state. In spite of all these years in politics, she does not have many friends. The only reason she has not been able to fortify her citadel is because of her belligerent nature. She has nobody to blame for her fate except herself.


HELICOPTERS: Taxis to future war

It is difficult to imagine a future war without helicopters. Helicopters are versatile and lethal fighting machines. They do not need fancy airfields to take off and land. They can engage targets on the ground, air or sea. A typical helicopter gunship fitted with all kinds of armaments and missiles is like a samurai that can destroy around 17 times its cost before being destroyed. At the same time, Choppers can transport men, material, and casualties.


Friday, January 2, 2015

How Delhi women should deal with rise in rape case?

Delhi is becoming increasingly unsafe for women. Be it public transport, busy roads or secluded lanes during peak hours and otherwise, there is some ruffian waiting to pounce her, pinch her or comments on her. Every women has just two choices – one, to retaliate and two, look for the shortest route home