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All’s Not Well With Qatar, Especially With a Grim 2017

It is one thing to be an optimist; but something quite other to be a rationalist in the face of adversity. The above couldn’t be truer for Qatar, the tiny Emirate in the heart of the Middle East. For a…

5 Insanely Ridiculous Band Names Ever- Part 1

A popular saying goes that music has the power to make the lifeless full of vigour. Why not, one asks? After all, when the gods drank, they sang and out came the rains. No sorry, that became a little too…

5 Things To Look Forward To At The 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand prix

After giving its globetrotting fans a panoramic view of the planet, commencing from Australia before moving to Europe and then to Asia and the Americas, the Formula One caravan has reached the Middle East for its final destination. We are…

Justice Finally Arrives for Families of Those Who Perished in Bosnia’s Genocide, 1992

Bosnia. This serenely beautiful country in the Balkan peninsula isn’t just about medieval castles, cringe-worthy Dinaric Alps or plush lakes and rivers. Bosnia has, in fact, been home to one of the worst persecutions of the muslims ever witnessed in…

Aston Martin Unveil a Near-James Bond Style Gem in Next-Generation Vantage

You love Ferrari for its rich sporting heritage, you regard Rolls Royce for the unmatched luxury it offers and, you revel in the exceeding brilliance of Mercedes. But there are only a few equivalents out there that can match the…

In a Rarest of Rare Moves, Bentley Present Only 19 Grand Convertible Cars

It is about to complete a centenary of being in existence. Ever since 1919, its foundation year, it has remained a cynosure of everyone’s eyes- whether industrialists, film-stars, media barons and anyone who can lay their hands on one. To…

Australia Announce Ashes Squad For First Test: Will Bird, Marsh Cause Paine?

November 23 might be a usual, run of the mill kind of day for most unnerved by sporting action. But for cricket enthusiasts, boundaries will extinct between England and Australia as two mighty cricketing outfits will lock horns in perhaps…

Post Hiccups- Inflation, Unemployment- Finland’s Economy Bounces Back. But How?

Whether you have or haven’t ever visited Finland, chances are, there’s been, at least at some stage, a part of Finland that’s stayed with you. Implicit in the heart of this wondrous European nation is a brand that perhaps we’ve…

Not Every Disneyland Is About Fun-Rides. Italy’s Got A Disneyland Of Pasta

Theme parks, are usually, in fact always, about rides, roller coasters, beaming joys and plenty of banter and light-hearted fun. The world’s seen a wide-eyed instance of the abode of endless fun with Disneyland. When the Disneyland at Anaheim didn’t…

J&K Tourism’s ‘Valley Weekend’ Will Inspire Tourists To Flock To Kashmir in Winter

It ain’t tourism, if it ain’t Kashmir. The valley of celebrated beauty, the abode of the gods, perhaps a slice of heaven here on Earth; there are joys and more joys, there hardly being any dearth. Over the course of…

The Spoilt, Luxurious and, Indulgent Lives of Zimbabwe’s Youth

Usually when the word Zimbabwe comes about, one tends to think of all the malaise there is. A struggling economy, rather a wounded economy. Political chaos, enmity between its feisty political leadership and the civilians. Then there’s always the talk…

Australia Pick Usain Bolt to Smash England This Ashes

The Ashes. It’s here. It’s going to happen in a few hours from now. Soon, sitting on the lazy comfort of that sofa would be hundreds of thousands of Australians unmuffling their ties seeking to find new excuses for arriving…

5 Sebastian Vettel Memes That Might Light Up Fans In 2017

The 2017 season is drawing to a close. A lot has happened. Indeed, it’s been Hamilton’s year, wherein he’s been crowned world champion. Yet again. But there have been gains. Tons of them, truth be told, if you are a…

Florida Finds A Unique Way Of Contributing To Economy: via Alligator-Farms

You know it for its fancy beaches. You warm up to its spicy night-life. You’ve even witnessed it welcoming Cricket here, when its Baseball that’s highly liked. Now, Florida is making news for a hitherto less-observed reason. So any takers for this one?…

Top 5 Countries Responsible For Consuming Most of World’s Water

The world is sitting, ever so dearly, on the cusp of a great ecological crisis. As increased urbanisation continues to stalk a planet already plagued by dearth of resources, the real challenge is to make do with the paucity felt…

There Seems To Be No End To The Crisis At Yemen

Bordering the UAE, Oman and Saudi Arabia is a country in the Middle East that is stifled with a cesspool of problems. War, it must be said, isn’t its only concern. While on one hand, there’s been an unstoppable crusade…

Skoda Announces Plans To Go Electric By 2020

It is one of the five oldest companies producing cars; a brand respected by generations ever since it was birthed in 1895. You regard it for smoothly marrying luxury with comfort. You stand in pure admiration of the temerity of…

Will the West Indies Flex Their Muscle in USA? After all, it’s T20s!

You have seen them play to their peak and to the best of their abilities in recent times. You have seen them defend their fortress at Barbados recently. You’ve seen topple them England at Headingly, and you’ve seen them sneak…

Did Justice League Hand Out Justice for Legions of Fans?

Justice League. It is here in it’s awe-inspiring, magnanimous avatar. It’s big. No, wait! It’s humongous. How else would you describe a superhero wagon that is bolstered by the strengths of not one but six rapturous powers? Ideally, when force…

Moody, Bright, Driven, Suave: John Cusack is in a League of his Own

He can often seem over-analytical. He possesses energy levels that could challenge a hyperactive college-going bloke. It often seems, he is a better actor than the character he comes to represent on screen. Always alluring, seldom whining about challenges he…

Canada is Fighting Back for the Homeless in Unique, Novel Way

A large chunk of Canada might be seething with aching cold but that doesn’t mean the country is bereft of any warmth. You regard Canada as one of the most happiest nations in an entire world. At a time where…

Meet One Of India’s Finest Unsung Heroes: Manasi Pradhan

For some strange reason, inexplicable in all counts, it is the deeds, acts of those coming from India’s burgeoning urban centers that make news more quickly than those staying in its hinterland. This isn’t to say that the country has…

Want to Understand Luxury? Stay in at Greece’s Kensho at Mykonos and Unravel Yourself

With its sandy white beaches, sprawling blue oceanic resorts and a spectacular eye-pleasing landscape, Greece has been a beacon for Europe’s globetrotting travelers. Entrenched in copious pages of history for being the second oldest civilization in the world, there is…

The Most Fundamental Gain From 2017 UN Climate Summit

It is always interesting when a keenly-anticipated global event produces myriad viewing points. There are a multiple ways in which to ascertain last week’s UN Climate Summit held in Bonn, depending upon who you exactly are: whether a rationalist who…

Why Robert Mugabe’s Decline Is Good News For Zimbabwe?

In lighten vein, it could be said that there are often as many tyrants in the world as there are constructive thinkers and progressive minds. It so happens that, very often, though not always, the bad outnumber the good in…