‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Again’ trailer revealed, this time it’s personal


After engrossing viewers with his last movie ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’, Milan Luthria is back once with the sequel of his next gangster flick. ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Again’ has Akshay Kumar playing the role of the cool gangster with Sonakshi Sinha playing his leading lady. The onscreen rivalry between ImranContinue reading “‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Again’ trailer revealed, this time it’s personal”

Working moms are breadwinners for 40% US households: Pew Research Center report


American working mothers have earned a new distinction of being the primary breadwinners in a record 40 percent of households with children. The milestone is said to be changing the face of modern families in America where earlier the numbers just used to be about 11 percent in 1960. The report was released by PewContinue reading “Working moms are breadwinners for 40% US households: Pew Research Center report”

Report says Chinese hackers behind the top weapons design violation


Chinese hackers have got the access to design blueprints of many of nation’s highly sensitive advanced weapons systems. The development came into picture through the report prepared by the Defense Department and government and defense industry officials, reports The Washington Post. In the list of weapons whose designs are compromised apart from others includes advancedContinue reading “Report says Chinese hackers behind the top weapons design violation”

Teen sparks public outrage in China by putting graffiti on Egyptian heritage site, Luxor


A Chinese micro-blogger posted a photo of graffiti at a Luxor temple complex on Friday saying: “Ding Jinhao was here.” The person behind this act is a 15-year-old boy from Nanjing whose details such as name, date of birth and school were posted online according to reports. His parents have apologised on his behalf toContinue reading “Teen sparks public outrage in China by putting graffiti on Egyptian heritage site, Luxor”

NBA Playoffs: Heat gains a 2-1 lead over Pacers in Game 3


It isn’t Indiana Pacers fault if they couldn’t see this version of Udonis Haslem coming. In fact there wasn’t any reason for it either.  Haslem has always performed well his role of being a veteran forward for his side. He had scored in single digits in six out of seven playoff games and helped finished for the Miami Heat beat theContinue reading “NBA Playoffs: Heat gains a 2-1 lead over Pacers in Game 3”

Hezbollah’s leader in support of Syrian government against rebels


Militant group Hezbollah’s leader has lent support of his powerful movement to the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad and vowed to help the government in securing a victory against the Syrian rebels. Hassan Nasrallah considers the Syrian rebels as proxy warriors for the West and Israel. The current Nasrallah’s comments are looked at asContinue reading “Hezbollah’s leader in support of Syrian government against rebels”

NTSB worried over fate of other bridges after Washington bridge collapse


The collapse of an Interstate highway bridge in northern Washington State should be taken seriously according to the chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. Detailed investigation must go in to find out the reason behind this unforeseen catastrophe in the north of Seattle and seek for measures through more such incidents could be repeatedContinue reading “NTSB worried over fate of other bridges after Washington bridge collapse”

Ashima Narain: Passion for Photography and Documentary Film-making


As someone who is passionately interested in Photography, I recently came across a piece of writing on Ashima Narain, the photo editor of the National Geographic Traveller India magazine. In the interview given to The Hindu, she talked about her journey in photography and documentary filmmaking so far. In the Sewri bay of Mumbai hundredsContinue reading “Ashima Narain: Passion for Photography and Documentary Film-making”

Excerpts from the diary of a Photographer on an expedition to Mount Everest


As I was looking for something of interest to read through on the net, I stumbled upon this personal account of a photographer going on an expedition to Himalayas, I found it particularly worth sharing and so here are some experiences shared by the photographer from his journey. About 60 years have passed since TenzingContinue reading “Excerpts from the diary of a Photographer on an expedition to Mount Everest”