Show Biz is “addictive”, says Ruby Wax


In the recent HARDtalk interview given by Writer, performer and mental health campaigner Ruby Wax has talked about the addictive side of show business and why she left her career as a comedian to study neuroscience. The questions regarding her own troubled childhood were also raised during the interview and how her learning of theContinue reading “Show Biz is “addictive”, says Ruby Wax”

Controversy in Britain on immigration restrictions suspension for Romanians and Bulgarians


As Romanians and Bulgarians will have access to eight different countries including Britain for employment after the restrictions will be suspended from Jan. 1. The list of countries other than Britain that have suspended restrictions include Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Malta, Spain and Holland. There have been concerns in Britain regarding the possible overloadContinue reading “Controversy in Britain on immigration restrictions suspension for Romanians and Bulgarians”

Britain, France summons Israeli Ambassadors for approving construction in disputed West Bank


-After Israel approved construction of 3000 homes in West Bank and East Jerusalem area (E1), Britain and France have summoned Israeli Ambassadors in protest of the decision made by Israeli authorities. -UN has also warned of the move made by Israel in the disputed area by calling it “an almost fatal blow” to the ongoingContinue reading “Britain, France summons Israeli Ambassadors for approving construction in disputed West Bank”

Air strikes by Israel in Gaza kills BBC Arabic journalist’s son among others


11 year old Son of BBC Arabic Journalist of Jihad Misharawi was killed after shrapnel hit their family home in Gaza. Three people in all have died as a result of recent incidents of violence between Israel and Gaza militants. The place where these people were present was a four story building in Kiryat MalachiContinue reading “Air strikes by Israel in Gaza kills BBC Arabic journalist’s son among others”

Laws against Homosexuals may soon be a thing of the past in Malawi -Amnesty International


In a move that is could give rise to one of the most celebrated occasions for the LGBT community of South Africa, Malawi has repealed anti-gay laws and after the securing the majority in parliament this can well become official. The move is seen a bold initiative in the African continent where the community hasContinue reading “Laws against Homosexuals may soon be a thing of the past in Malawi -Amnesty International”

Pro-China promoting curriculum taken back in Hong Kong


Plans of Chinese Government to introduce Chinese civic subject compulsorily into the Hong Kong educational system has been rejected by the Hong-Kong government officials saying the move is inspired of promoting mainland agenda into their territory. (The picture above is that of a protester at government headquarters in Hong Kong signalling his protest over Pro-Chinese supported curriculumContinue reading “Pro-China promoting curriculum taken back in Hong Kong”

Julian Assange gets political asylum from Ecuador


  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange got political asylum from the government of Ecuador on Thurday. The diplomatic ties between England and Ecuador have complicated following the grant of asylum. Assange had been staying in the Ecuadorian embassy in London from past few days to avoid being cornered and extradited by the London Police to Sweden onContinue reading “Julian Assange gets political asylum from Ecuador”