US regains top spot in confidence survey on FDI, beats China


US regain top spot as the top executive’s choice for FDI after a gap of 12 years. The reason behind this win for US is considered to have been its recourse towards sustainable and stable economic development in comparison to China. The United States was on fourth place in the same survey conducted in 2012. TheContinue reading “US regains top spot in confidence survey on FDI, beats China”

Obama defends NSA surveillance program, Urges people to draw balance between privacy and security


President Barack Obama has called out to Americans urging them to “make some choices” in drawing balance between privacy and security. Obama was on the defensive for the NSA secret surveillance programs which is known to sweep up an estimated 3 billion phone calls every day and collect Internet data from U.S. providers with anContinue reading “Obama defends NSA surveillance program, Urges people to draw balance between privacy and security”

Second suspect in Boston Marathon Blasts arrested by police


It has been four days to Boston Marathon blasts that led to the killing of three and injured 176. On Friday night, the people of Watertown, a Boston suburb, cheered for everyone in a police cruiser, SWAT car and unmarked car for capturing one of two brothers involved in the blasts. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, wasContinue reading “Second suspect in Boston Marathon Blasts arrested by police”

Mayan people don’t consider 12/21/12 to be Doomsday


According to some people the coming Friday, i.e. 12/21/12 is doomsday citing the Mayan calendar saying that a phase ends in Mayan calendar on that date. Mayan’s, especially those living in Merida, Mexico don’t believe in the observation and so doesn’t the people from Mayan village Yaxuna. These people think that though it may beContinue reading “Mayan people don’t consider 12/21/12 to be Doomsday”

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”

Caravan initiated to end US supported Drug War


On 12th August, 2012 people on foot and on vehicles are both going to begin their journey from the Tijuana–San Diego border for a social cause. The excursion is undertaken as part of the newly constituted peace movement to put an end to US supported drug war. This caravan is going to visit as muchContinue reading “Caravan initiated to end US supported Drug War”