Bail Application of American Spy Suspect Paul Whelan Denied in Russia for Possession of State Secrets


The bail application of American spy suspect Paul Whelan has been denied by a Moscow City Court, in a closed hearing. Whelan is a retired US Marine who was arrested in Russia on charges of spying. According to Whelan’s family, he went to Russia to attend a wedding ceremony – while also denying the chargesContinue reading “Bail Application of American Spy Suspect Paul Whelan Denied in Russia for Possession of State Secrets”

Why did planes kept flying over Ukraine even after it was crisis hit?


After the news of Malaysian Airlines jet that was carrying 298 people was shot down by a surface-to-air missile yesterday in Eastern Ukraine, you must be asking yourself that the country has been crisis torn for months and yet International airlines did not took the precaution of avoiding the risky route. Well, following are aContinue reading “Why did planes kept flying over Ukraine even after it was crisis hit?”

Mumbai skyline captured by Russian photographers


Mumbai, the financial capital of India, can be seen here from the perspective of two Russian Photographers. All the pictures are taken from a high point, capturing the city in the miniature style. Here only a few of Raskalov’s pictures are shared but you can also check out more pictures and high-resolution images on hisContinue reading “Mumbai skyline captured by Russian photographers”

Photographer lead around the world by Girlfriend


The series was shot by Russian photographer Murad Osmann and his girlfriend Nataly Zakharova in an ongoing project called Follow Me. Each photograph has the hand of photographer Osmann and back of his girlfriend Zakharova. The pictures were first published on Instagram which was blown out into a  movement while providing others with the uniqueContinue reading “Photographer lead around the world by Girlfriend”

Ace International Photographers (Series): Martine Franck


I came across a great quote from Martine Franck that said: “What I like most about photography is the moment that you can’t anticipate: you have to be constantly watching for it, ready to welcome the unexpected.” When I delved deeper into knowing who she was and what she did to arrive at such aContinue reading “Ace International Photographers (Series): Martine Franck”

Top 3 – Global News


1. Ukraine: Prime Minister Mykola Azarov is pinning its hopes on Russia after they received a financial bailout from the country. The activists from opposition are however claiming that this will not serve the Ukraine’s priority of looking for a solution to its economic troubles and will invariably make Ukraine more dependent on Russia. 2. Sudan:Continue reading “Top 3 – Global News”

Samsung is soon going to launch wristwatch like Smartphone Galaxy Gear


Samsung Electronics is going to introduce a wristwatch-like mobile device named as the “Galaxy Gear” in the coming month. The device is said to be able to handle phone calls and e-mails and surf the internet, people close to the issue said. The Galaxy Gear is going to be based on the Google’s Android operatingContinue reading “Samsung is soon going to launch wristwatch like Smartphone Galaxy Gear”

Emirates launches super luxury Private Jet service


Emirates has luxury to a whole new level by launching a private jet service to its offerings. The new service is housed in Airbus 319 aircrafts. The Dubai based airline will offer customers the benefit of their private jet experience through its Executive scheme.     The aircraft features a highly configurable cabin that canContinue reading “Emirates launches super luxury Private Jet service”

Government backed Internet Censorship crackdowns rising globally from UK to Vietnam


In Vietnam, a new law has been passed under which it’s illegal if citizens post news or “general information” online. Some of you may be thinking that what’s new in this law, this too shall be one of those government crackdowns on Internet that could hardly be enforceable. However, to your surprise this time insteadContinue reading “Government backed Internet Censorship crackdowns rising globally from UK to Vietnam”

First Red 6K Dragon test footage is out with three more f-stops (Video)


  The 6K Dragon sensor is here at last after its scheduled release date in late 2012. However the wait seems worth it, if you take a look at the first test footage. This first test footage of the camera is shot by cinematographer and Red booster Mark Toia, who had put the camera throughContinue reading “First Red 6K Dragon test footage is out with three more f-stops (Video)”