Worsening job situation in Spain


Spain has been performing quite consistently poor on the job front in the Eurozone from the past few days. The recent report from Eurostat reveals that there are as much as one out of every four person from Spain is unemployed. For younger members of the workforce, the situation is even worse as unemployment forContinue reading “Worsening job situation in Spain”

African players who can clinch medals at Paralympics, 2012 (Part 1)


Soon after the Summer Olympics concluded on 12th August, 2012 in London, Paralympics are about to take place at the same venues from 29th august till 9th September, 2012. Though the Great Britain won 65 medals during these games and stood third overall, the African contingent is looking way stronger. First in the list ofContinue reading “African players who can clinch medals at Paralympics, 2012 (Part 1)”

Maruti to include bigger cars in its portfolio to enhance market share


After Ertiga has been a runaway success, Maruti has been thinking of expanding its portfolio in the SUV/MUV/Sedan category. Where Indian auto market has been really competitive, Maruti have biggies like Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata, and Toyota that have already been putting up a brave fight for each other.   According to a report byContinue reading “Maruti to include bigger cars in its portfolio to enhance market share”

Life after “Assam Violence” in Jama Masjid and Urdu Bazaar (Old Delhi)


 Delhi is an Indian city that is rich in culture and heritage but its position as the political capital often tends to overshadow its rich multi-cultural heritage. As far as the question regarding origins of Delhi is concerned it first came into existence during the Mauryan rule dating back to 300 B.C. with British beingContinue reading “Life after “Assam Violence” in Jama Masjid and Urdu Bazaar (Old Delhi)”

Earthquake torn Haiti up for another challenge called Issac


News channels are taking this weather development seriously and why shouldn’t they, keeping in mind the many different areas in which natural calamities like these could wreck havoc on a piece of land.  People all around the world are praying for the people of Haiti who are on the forefront of this deadly weather phenomenon.Continue reading “Earthquake torn Haiti up for another challenge called Issac”

Lance Armstrong to loose titles, banned for lifetime following USADA decision


 Not long after Lance Armstrong made the world aware of his decision to stop fighting USADA against doping charges, USADA actually decided to punish the cyclist by taking away all his seven Tour de France titles and imposing lifetime ban on the sportsperson. Experts are however questioning the USADA authority for putting any player throughContinue reading “Lance Armstrong to loose titles, banned for lifetime following USADA decision”

Book on bin Laden encounter by Ex-Navy SEAL to release soon (Updated)


You may soon end up reading the first hand memoirs of an Ex-Navy SEAL’s experience during the Abbotabad encounter of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden sometime around the September 11 this year. Christine Ball, Director of Marketing for Dutton, that is an ancillary to Penguin Group confirmed that the book is going to be penned byContinue reading “Book on bin Laden encounter by Ex-Navy SEAL to release soon (Updated)”

Ethiopian Premier and loyal US ally Zenawi died at age 57


  Meles Zenawi, Ethiopian Prime minister and a powerful leader in the Horn of Africa region and trusted US supporter is no more as announced by the Ethiopian Government on Tuesday. Prior to the announcement, the curiosity for knowing where Mr. Zenawi has disappeared had already started to emerge on the international scene. The cause andContinue reading “Ethiopian Premier and loyal US ally Zenawi died at age 57”

Government forces kills 23 rebels near Damascus


The rebel controlled town near Damascus was attacked by Government forces on Tuesday. According to an activist group as much as 23 rebels and one rebel spokesman lost his life during the attack. On Monday, a Japanese reporter was also killed in one of such attacks   on Aleppo. The Japanese reporter was the first foreignContinue reading “Government forces kills 23 rebels near Damascus”

Don’t let the honor killing of Shefilea Ahmed leave you unaffected


The “honor killing” case of Shefilea Ahmed has a host of lessons for the many communities coming in contact with newer and more transparent communities. It also brings to the fore the kind of issues that some of us would find it suitable to handle behind their closed doors without holding any sympathy towards theirContinue reading “Don’t let the honor killing of Shefilea Ahmed leave you unaffected”