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”

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”

Assange’s prosecution likely after Manning’s conviction on espionage charges


The likelihood of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s prosecution by the United States as a co-conspirator has moved a step closer following the conviction of Army private, Bradley Manning on espionage charges on Tuesday. The view is shared by his attorney and civil liberties groups alike. Manning is found guilty of numerous violations under Espionage ActContinue reading “Assange’s prosecution likely after Manning’s conviction on espionage charges”

Dubai rape case: Norwegian women ‘free to go’


The Norwegian woman who was the centre of attention during a Dubai rape case dispute has been pardoned and is free to leave Dubai. Marte Deborah Dalelv (Norwegian) is the woman who had to undergo all the trouble and is actually an Interior designer who went to Dubai on a business trip in March, whenContinue reading “Dubai rape case: Norwegian women ‘free to go’”

Rolling Stones heavily criticized for glam cover treatment of Boston bombing suspect Tsarnaev


Rolling Stone’s has met with criticism and boycott calls over its latest cover treatment and alleged glam photo of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Rolling Stones has defended itself on Wednesday saying that its cover was within its tradition of “serious and thoughtful coverage” of important cultural and political issues. The magazine’s readers especially fromContinue reading “Rolling Stones heavily criticized for glam cover treatment of Boston bombing suspect Tsarnaev”

Proposition 8 Supreme Court ruling could boost California’s wedding industry


The Supreme Court ruling on Proposition 8 that came out on Wednesday proved to be good news for the gay and lesbian couples in California who can now legally marry in the state. However Supreme Court didn’t realised that its ruling can boost prospects for Golden State’s wedding industry. There’s no specific data available onContinue reading “Proposition 8 Supreme Court ruling could boost California’s wedding industry”

Roger Federer asked to take off orange sole shoes at Wimbledon


Within just 69 minutes of their use by Roger Federer in his match against Victor Hanescu, Federer has been asked by Wimbledon authorities to not wear the orange sole Nike shoes. The reason behind the directive is the strict adherence of all-white dress code at the sporting event. Though Kevin Anderson also wore Lotto shoesContinue reading “Roger Federer asked to take off orange sole shoes at Wimbledon”

CPJ pressing upon Mexican Government to seriously look into death threats given to Journalist


Journalism watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is asking the Mexican government to take serious the death threats given to Lydia Cacho, a Mexican investigative reporter and author. Lydia Cacho has told CPJ that death threat has been given to her through the security system installed in her abode. The threat given to Lydia warnedContinue reading “CPJ pressing upon Mexican Government to seriously look into death threats given to Journalist”