Shakespeare once said “what’s there in a name”, “a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”. But, in today’s time, there is a dire need of a common language to connect otherwise it becomes really difficult to communicate. With the advent of globalisation, it has become tough to explain to each other what we want to say. To curb this problem and avoid confusion, scientists have given “scientific names” to each and every [...]Read More
Let’s make the most of the thriving frosty season, shall we? There is no better way than to relish some hot savoury snacks which, by the way, are also very nutritious. We’ve sifted through zillion snack recipes for the cold weather and finally curated a list of winter snacks which ticks boxes of everything from taste to nutrition to ease of making. Read on to find what you can nibble on this season.
Built over a span of eighteen months, Train18 is part of our “Make in India” initiative- a proud badge on Indian sleeves. Being subjected to trials in the later part of 2018, Train 18 managed to reach the speed of 180 kmph, making it the country’s fastest. With all the final preparations in place, it will be a delight to see what magic the “bullet train” manages to pull off, once in action. It [...]Read More
Apparently, there are many misconceptions and myths that exist about AIDS. Even educated people and literates are unaware of some basic facts about the disease. As a result, people diagnosed with it are often at the receiving end of unwarranted discrimination. So, let’s get a few things straight and be a little more informed about the condition, shall we? By knowing how it can and, most importantly, cannot be transmitted, you would save yourself a [...]Read More
Railways are the lifeline of transportation in India. The foundation of the railways in India was laid by the Britishers in the 19th century. Indian Railways is currently the world’s fourth largest railway network in the world with evidently huge setup and numerous branches. It has its own dedicated ministry and budget. Bullet trains will be introduced in India in August 2022. To know more about some interesting facts about the Indian Railways, read on [...]Read More
The central government’s 10% quota bill has been approved by both the houses of Parliament, well on its way to now become a law. Ever since the Union Cabinet gave its nod, the reservation bill has stirred up debates in our political sphere. But, why? What makes the quota bill so special, and why are there two sides forming on the issue? Read on to find out. What is the reservation bill about? The 10% [...]Read More
Can’t find something exciting to do? Don’t worry. No one gets bored on Netflix’s watch. Crime drama, supernatural, comic-based shows, romance, comedy, dark humour, book-based shows, you name it and you’ve got it – all on this giant of a media platform. While you sift through thousands of shows, let us give you a heads up with 5 most trending Netflix originals. May you find your next great watch soon.
As far as movie promotions go, The Accidental Prime Minister has had its job laid out fairly easy. The film managed to be the buzz of B-town long before it hit the screens, and will likely remain so for a while. Based on the 2014 memoir book with the same name, The Accidental Prime Minister is a narration of events, as per Sanjay Baru. The now political commentator has served as the former PM Manmohan [...]Read More
Let the new year vibe sink in and enjoy the events this weekend in full swing. From stand-up comedies to dance performances, you’ve got your plate full with enlightening experiences and joyful evenings. Let’s get into the lively spirits already. Bengaluru Category of Event Event Place of Event Date Timings Art Colour and Hues Gallery [...]Read More
During our day, we intake a lot which can swing from healthy greens to plain junk food. The cycle continues and we keep functioning as usual. But, are any of those foods acting like a slow poison? The ones which do you no visible harm now but are gradually working up bigger and greater damage, especially for your kidneys. Apparently, there are many kidney damaging foods, which are part of our everyday diet, that weaken [...]Read More
The triple talaq bill was first passed by the government on December 28, 2017, in the Lok Sabha. The bill makes the act of triple talaq a crime and makes it a non-bailable offence with punishment of 3 years and fine for the husband. The bill was in Rajya Sabha on its last day of winter session. But it was never brought up for discussion. But, the hope is not dead yet. There’s still chance [...]Read More