The fast and the furious cars are here

fast and the furious cars
Who would not love fast and furious cars? Such cars do not just happen in a night. Fast cars are the efforts of sleepless nights with mind-blowing engineering, high grade performances and super power. Here is a list of the fastest cars on the world that you may not be aware of. Read More

Dell’s 20- inch touchscreen PC launched in India

dellThe ace pc manufacturer Dell launched the new Inspiron All-In-One 20 today which comes with an optional touchscreen. The new desktop computer is powered by a third-generation Intel processor and boasts of space-saving design and one-cord set up/use. The non- Read More

After 100 years, Norway town to get sunlight

norway-townThe residents of Rjukan, a Norwegian industrial town nestled in a narrow valley in central Norway, will get some sunlight on the town square from this September, breaking a history of over 100 years of having no sunlight in winter. Read More

Husband, wife sentenced for racially abusing Sikh taxi driver in Australia

australiaRecently a couple has been sentenced by an Australian court to nine months in jail for a racially motivated attack in which a Sikh taxi driver’s turban was ripped off.

‘NTNews’ reported that, Angeline Kim Sollitt, 44, and Read More

Charles Saatchi to divorce Nigella Lawson

Charles-SaatchiCeliberity Chef Nigella Lawson’s husband Charles Saatchi has announced that he is appliying for a divorce, expressing disappointment that she failed to publicly defend him during the fallout over their public fight. Read More

Blood research reveals clues to old-age health

blood-researchRecently Scientists have found the chemical evidence that links birthweight to health in later life and babies may one day have a blood test that tells them when they’ll start getting old. Read More

You can’t buy a Mercedes in France

benzThe German auto company said on Tuesday that, in France the latest models of Mercedes cars cannot be sold as the company still uses an air conditioning refrigerant the EU says emits excessive greenhouse gases and should be replaced. Read More

Another royal great-grandchild for Queen Elizabeth II

queenAfter Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby is born; in a few days’ time, Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest granddaughter and an Olympic silver medalist, Zara Phillips, is next in line to deliver a royal baby. Read More

Space solar power initiative launched by India, US science body

abdul-kalamIndia and a top US science body have forged an international organization to develop space solar power. This initiative is been said to have the potential of solving humanity’s energy needs and greatly mitigating climate change. Read More

Anti-gay bill passed by the Russian Parliament

Anti-gayThe lower House of Russia’s parliament has recently passed a bill that stigmatizes gay people and bans giving children any information about homosexuality.

This bill was passed with a massive 436 votes in the 450-seat lower house, the Duma. Read More

Reports say, LK Advani wanted to be PM for 6 months

lk-advaniIt is widely speculated that the senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader LK Advani’s prime ministerial ambitions has led to his resignation from all top posts of the party and not necessarily because of the reasons mentioned by the party patriarch in his resignation letter addressed Read More

Nelson Mandela ‘serious’, ‘all are praying’ says President Jacob Zuma

nelson-mandelaOn Tuesday South African President Jacob Zuma announced that, Nelson Mandela, who is battling a recurrent lung infection, is “very serious but stabilized” in hospital.

Mandela spent a fourth day in the intensive care unit and continued to be in Read More

Oldest ever man in the world dies at 116

Oldest-ever-manOfficials in Japan have said that the oldest person and the oldest man to have lived have been deceased because of natural causes at the age of 116.

An official in Kyoto’s Kyotango city said in a statement that Jiroemon Kimura, Read More

4 die as cyclone lashes Bay of Bengal

cyclone-lashesOn Thursday Tropical Cyclone Mahasen jogged northward prior to striking the coast of Bangladesh, averting the widespread disaster that government authorities had prepared for. Read More

Suicide bomber targets foreigners in Afghanistan

Suicide-bomberA coaliton official said on Thursday a suicide car bombing in the heart of Afghanistan’s capital killed and injured dozens of civilians including a half-dozen ISAF forces. Read More

Carbon dioxide passes its symbolic mark

Carbon_DioxideCarbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere seem to have broken through a symbolic mark.

The measurements take daily of CO2 at a US government agency lab on Hawaii have topped 400 parts per million for the first time in recent times. Read More

Nigeria police ambush Death toll at 46

ambushThis week, Nigerian militants killed 46 police officers in an ambush in the north central state of Nassarawa, police said on Thursday.

However it was unclear if the militants in Tuesday’s attack were linked to Islamist sect Boko Haram, which has waged an Read More

The mobile Browser ace Opera ties up with Indian cell phone manufacturers to install browser on devices.

opera-software-logoThe Opera Software Company has made a tie up with seven Indian handset manufacturers to pre-install the Opera Mini mobile browser on their select upcoming Android products which includes smartphones and tablets. Read More