Tennis ace Serena Williams crashes wedding in leopard swimsuit


Ace tennis star Serena Williams alongwith fellow tennis mate Caroline Wozniacki crashed a wedding in Miami, Florida according to USA Today. Incidentally when both Williams and Wozniacki were hanging out together they came across a beachside wedding to which Williams couldn’t resist the urge to gate crash. However Williams was dressed slightly awkward in aContinue reading “Tennis ace Serena Williams crashes wedding in leopard swimsuit”

Sabad – A World Poetry Festival brings global poets to Delhi


The Sahitya Akademi in association with Ministry of Culture, Government of India has organized the Sabad – A World Poetry Festival (21-24 March 2014) to mark the celebrations of 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda and 100th year of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore’s receiving of  the Nobel Prize. “Verses which will be recited here celebrate theContinue reading “Sabad – A World Poetry Festival brings global poets to Delhi”

World War II “Kissing Sailor”- Glenn Mc Duffie dies at 86


In what is considered as the most iconic pictures of all time, the young sailor seen kissing a nurse is actually no more, he was 86. The said picture was taken by famous Life magazine photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt on V-J Day. McDuffie was 18 when he admitted to the fact that it was him inContinue reading “World War II “Kissing Sailor”- Glenn Mc Duffie dies at 86”

Latest News/Update on Microsoft (Live Blog)


16 March, 2014: Microsoft seeks legal help in US against piracy in emerging markets Microsoft has succeeded in getting Attorneys general of states like Lousiana and Oklahoma in its efforts to secure payments from unlicensed users in China and other emerging markets. Earlier Attorneys-general did not take active interest in overseas issues concerning companies. Microsoft managedContinue reading “Latest News/Update on Microsoft (Live Blog)”

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”

41-year-old woman dies of swine flu in Santa Clara County


A 41-year-old woman has died of swine flu in the Santa Clara County, prompting the health officials to make a public announcement on Friday, advising vaccination. Nobody younger than 65, had died of any flu strain in the US last year. The typical swine flu virus triggers a medical indication of severe pneumonia that effectsContinue reading “41-year-old woman dies of swine flu in Santa Clara County”

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”

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”

The Rhythm – Weekly Photo Challenge


The picture was taken on a usual afternoon at my college (Centennial College, Toronto, Canada) when I was about to leave for volunteering at another event hosted by my CCPR colleagues for “Mukibaum Treatment Centres” and was sort of hurried and not gratifying to my artistic intuition. But still I guess what helped me whileContinue reading “The Rhythm – Weekly Photo Challenge”

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”