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Monthly Archives: May, 2016

For First Time in 130 Years, American Adults are Living more with their Parents than Partners in USA

32.1 percent of people live in their parents’ house, while 31.6 end up living with spouse or partner in their own homes and the...

94-year-old former SS Auschwitz guard apologizes for the Nazi Holocaust

DETMOLD: A former SS sergeant aged 94 years admitted that he had also worked as an Auschwitz death camp guard. He apologized to the...

Islamic Council says Pakistani husbands can “lightly beat” their wives

This year Punjab approved a law in Pakistan which gives women protection and escape from abusive husbands, but it has been strongly opposed by...

Black Rice cultivation? How a local farmer makes it a success story in Assam

If you presume that rice comes in shades of white, you are definitely wrong! In the Goalpara district of Assam, black rice farming is...

Exclusive: Indian origin Singapore-based producer of Award-winning film says Mithila Makhaan is just the beginning

NewsGram presents an exclusive tête-à-tête with the cast and crew of this year’s National Award winning Maithili film, Mithila Makhaan. In the first part...

Studies reveal that Depression might lower the chances of motherhood

There is 38 percent decrease in the average probability of conception in a given menstrual cycle among women who reported severe depressive symptoms compared...

Saudi Cleric: Selfies with Cats ‘Prohibited’ in Saudi Arabia

An influential Saudi cleric says taking selfies with cats or other animals is “prohibited" unless completely necessary. Sheikh Saleh Bin Fawzan Al-Fazwan, a member of...

Sanskrit Gyan- A college’s endeavor to preserve Indian culture

In this modern era where technology has taken over everything, there lies a College in remotest areas of Raipur since last 51 years which...

Zika Virus: Origin and Timeline Explained

Earlier it was Ebola virus that caught global attention and now it is Zika Virus. Zika has caused a worldwide concern for its notorious...

Shot in an Afghan firefight, 6 year-old Ameera is saved by American troops

The hospital on the sprawling Bagram Airfield does not many trauma cases these days expect one. In a firefight between American and Afghan soldiers...

Three men held for ‘Crucifixion’ styled attack in Limerick, Ireland

May 25,2016: Limerick, Ireland: The garda (police) have arrested 3 men in connection to the horror 'crucifixion' style attack in which a man had...

Facebook and Microsoft to jointly build a TransAtlantic Sub-sea Cable

(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp and Facebook Inc have agreed to jointly build a sub-sea cable across the Atlantic Ocean to meet growing demand for...

Guinness World Record: Indian origin Delhi man Har Parkash Rishi removes all teeth and gets over 500 tattoos

An Indian man obsessed with setting Guinness world records got 366 flags tattooed on his body and had all his teeth removed so he...

UK doctor Issam Abuanza joins ISIS; Urges British medics to do the same

Issam Abuanza (37) is the first ever doctor to join the ISIS. He fled UK in 2014 by allegedly leaving his wife and two children behind in...

World’s first robot smartphone ‘RoBoHon’ goes on sale in Japan

World’s first robotic mobile phone is on sale now. The small pocket size cute robot  is capable of walking and dancing. Weighing 390 grams and 19.5cm in height...

Lebanon Citizen Law: Marrying a foreigner strips the Woman of her Identity and property

BEIRUT- Nadise Moussa could have been more proud as a mother when her teenage daughter was selected for a national Lebanese team for football. But,...

Millions go hungry as Zimbabwe faces the worst drought in decades

GENEVA—  Zimbabwe is currently facing a huge drought and the President of Zimbabwe has declared this as “state of disaster”. It has faced many...

Meet Hafsat Abiola: Woman Rights Activist’s fight for democracy in Nigeria

Hafsat Abiola, daughter of Moshood Abiola (president- Nigeria 1993) has been a determined Woman Rights activist of Nigeria. In conversation with Peter Clottey, she...

China Re-asserts it is against Self-Determination for Taiwan

1.3 billion people in China are resolute and united in their decision that they will never allow self-ruled Taiwan to come under Beijing’s ‘One...

Vertical farming: A big leap towards sustainable farming

What Is Vertical Farming? Vertical farming is the technique of producing food in stacked layers or on vertically inclined surfaces which comprises of new automated...

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New Antiplatelet Drug Prevents Blood Clots Without Increasing Risk of Bleeding

Researchers have developed a new drug that prevents blood clots without causing an increased risk of bleeding, a common side effect of all antiplatelet...

Only 3% Engineer Graduates in India Get Good Tech Jobs with High Salary Packages

Only three per cent of engineer graduates in India get high-quality tech jobs with salary packages of Rs 8-10 lakh and above, according to...

Cybercriminals Increasingly Attack on Home Routers: Report

Increase in attacks targeting and leveraging routers will continue as cybercriminals are able to easily monetise these infections in secondary attacks, warns a new...

Photography Influences Karnataka Ace Lensman’s House, Sons’ Names

Passionate over photography, ace lensman Ravi Hongal has built his dream house in Karnataka's Belagavi city in the shape of a camera, while his...