Category Archives: Interesting

DD News Launches Facebook,Twitter Accounts In Sanskrit

By | June 2, 2017

Public broadcaster Doordarshan News has launched an exclusive social media accounts in Sanskrit on Facebook,Twitter. Officials says that the latest new and information would be shared with people in Sanskrit language through these social media. “On the event of Sanskrit Diwas,we have now launched an unique Facebook web page and a Twitter deal with in… Read More »

Usage Of Fruit Infused Water Bottle Is Good For Health & For Losing Weight

By | June 1, 2017

Infused Water Bottle that allows you to take delicious,nutrient-rich,fruit infused water.Allowing limitless combinations of fresh fruit,tea and herbs etc and provides a great alternative to plain water. The best part about using a  infusing water bottles is that the fruits,herbs etc can be reused many times before the flavour starts to dissolve. The benefits of… Read More »

China Population May Reach 1.45 Billion By 2030

By | June 1, 2017

China’s population is expected to reach 1.45 billion by 2030 due to following removal of the one-child policy. And the new law allows all couples to have two children,it comes into effect after being ratified by legislators,family authorities said. Local authorities in each province should not carry out the two-child policy “willfully”,the National Health and… Read More »

IMD Launches SMS Alert System, Which Gives Updates On Weather And Natural Calamites

By | May 30, 2017

Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) launches an SMS based alert system for public. It provides information about the current weather conditions and on in-coming natural calamities. And also when disaster occurs it suggests to authorities and the people what action needed to be taken. The web based operational system works 24 hours a day by sending… Read More »

Step-By-Step Guide: How To Transfer Or Change Name In Railway Ticket

By | May 29, 2017

In a move to get closer in delivering passenger needs and to make their railway journey more comfortable. The Indian Railways announced railway ticket name change procedure for reservation bookings. Under the passenger ticket name change initiative, an individual who have confirmed reservation train ticket can sought for Edit ‘Passenger name’ (that typed mistake). Can… Read More »

Thousands marry in mass ceremony in South Korea

By | February 20, 2016

About 3,000 couples from 62 countries tied the knot in South Korea on Saturday, in a mass wedding ceremony conducted by the Unification Church founded by the late Reverend Sun Myung Moon. A further 12,000 couples worldwide participated in the ceremony via the Internet, said Ryu Kyeung-seuk, president of the South Korean headquarters of the… Read More »

Frinkiac.com: New ‘Simpsons’ search engine matching quotes with frames

By | February 9, 2016

With ‘The Simpsons’ being fan’s favourite, a new search engine has been created to match up quotes from the hit sitcom with their corresponding still frames. The search engine which is known as Frinkiac has been named after the four-fingered scientist Professor Fink, reports News.com.au. The search engine has been created by three pals Sean… Read More »

Dhoni has fantastic ability to remain calm under any situation: Ganguly

By | February 4, 2016

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly believes that current limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been on the hot seat for such a long time that he has mastered the art of taking criticism in his stride while staying “calm under pressure.” Asked whether Dhoni at times get unfairly criticised, Ganguly said: “It is part… Read More »

IT giant Infosys to build world’s tallest freestanding digital clock tower, costs about Rs 60 Cr

By | February 2, 2016

In what could be a first from a tech giant, Infosys is geared to build the world’s tallest freestanding clock tower. The tower would be built at its 345-acre global education centre located in Mysuru, a site that is proudly claimed to be the world’s biggest corporate university. The height of the tower would be… Read More »