Avalanche hits Afghanistan; kills more than 100

Afghanistan is facing a series of avalanche that killed more than 100 people till now. In a particular village, more than 50 people are killed instantly. It has been reported by the environment Officials that death toll can increase in the system heavily. There were a series of heavy rainfall followed by snowfall. The fall has affected many of the homes and blocked a lot of roads as well. It… Read Article →

A ban on Valentine’s Day in Pakistan

  When it is Pakistan, you are not allowed to show your ‘love’ openly to anyone. This time, they say a ban to Valentine’s Day. The reason behind this is, it is not their culture. It is true that, Valentine’s Day is a westernized form of the culture. But, when it is about love, then culture should not be a bar. But, Pakistan is ahead of all such thinking. The… Read Article →

UK does not need to do panic for electricity power cut

Steve Holliday, ex-National Grid Boss says that the UK has sufficient energy capacity to meet the demand, even on the coldest days when demand is highest. His confidence is based on the government’s most recent auction of capacity for power generation. Firms will offer for financial support to provide back-up power when needed. The stand-by plants will run for a few days a year during extreme situation. Most of the… Read Article →

Uber to defend service suspension in Taiwan

After a very long and bitter dispute, Uber Technologies has finally come to some decision. The company will be suspending the services that they provide throughout the province of Taiwan, beginning on February 10th. The legal battle had started after authorities had imposed heavy fines on all ride services, targeting Uber in particular. The reason that the authorities had maintained was that many of these services for sharing rides were… Read Article →

Romanian Capital witnesses major anti-government protests over corruption decree

The Romanian capital was the witness to one of the most violent and largest anti-government protests today, following a decree that was passed by the Government, to apparently set free a number of officials who have been behind the bars on charges of corruption. As per the latest reports that have been pouring in from Bucharest, at least 150,000 people was reported to have gathered outside the Government office buildings… Read Article →

UK does not need to do panic for electricity power cut

Steve Holliday, ex-National Grid Boss says that the UK has sufficient energy capacity to meet the demand, even on the coldest days when demand is highest. His confidence is based on the government’s most recent auction of capacity for power generation. Firms will offer for financial support to provide back-up power when needed. The stand-by plants will run for a few days a year during extreme situation. Most of the… Read Article →

Live Video Streaming of Gang-rape: Perversion or something more?

If we look back at our journey as a human being, we will get to see lots of achievements, especially the technological ones. The bliss of science, polished by our human brain has led to awesome inventions. If we start talking about the same, the list will be never-ending. But the point is, what how much is the progress? The progress does not only include the progress of the surroundings,… Read Article →

A 5 year old boy detained in US airport for security risk

Security risk in Iran has increased a lot after Donald Trump has taken the responsibility of being the President. As the number of refugees has increased over past few years over the Syrian crisis, US fear the ISIS more. That is why; Trump has decided to make the immigration stronger. The cost of his decision had to be paid by a 5 year old Iranian boy. He is not an… Read Article →

UK does not need to do panic for electricity power cut

Steve Holliday, ex-National Grid Boss says that the UK has sufficient energy capacity to meet the demand, even on the coldest days when demand is highest. His confidence is based on the government’s most recent auction of capacity for power generation. Firms will offer for financial support to provide back-up power when needed. The stand-by plants will run for a few days a year during extreme situation. Most of the… Read Article →

Shinzo Abe, the PM of Japan offers Pearl Harbor Condolences

Shinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan recently visited the US naval base at Pearl Harbor, where he offered “sincere and everlasting condolences” to the people who lost their lives in the Japan’s attack that took place in naval base 75 years ago. Abe said in one of his statements, “We must never repeat the horrors of war again, this is the solemn vow the people of Japan have taken.”… Read Article →