After A Century Of Disappearance, It Occurs That Wolves Have Returned To Belgium

Hounding music, bright full moon, cold, nippy winds and what comes to the mind? Wolves, what else? There’s this sublime sort of horror and scare associated with wolves that one doesn’t quite find attuned to any other feral creature. Isn’t…

In A Welcome Move, Britain’s Iceland Supermarket Chain Completely Bans All Plastic

Often the common byline one gets to hear from everyone regarding pollution is that it is utterly detrimental to everyone’s health and toward general well-being of the planet. Still, there are very few who counter this growing menace in which…

All Of £3.5 Million Worth Robbed Jewels From Paris’ Ritz Hotel Recovered

It’s one of Paris’ most exquisite and luxurious hotels. It is also a hotel where many a celeb have stayed as guests and continue to, pretty much to this point of time. But despite being laden with opulence and grandeur,…

German Research States Migrants Responsible For Rise In Violent Crimes

It is common knowledge that Germany is home to tens of thousands of refugees who’ve fleed troubled waters, averting crisis back home in the Middle East. From the onset of 2015, Germany has accommodated more refugees in its domicile than…

5 Astounding Snapshots That perfectly Summarise How Britain Celebrated Its New Year’s eve

Bright hopes, big dreams, loads of aspiration and tons of excitement about an impending party plan: that pretty much sums up the New Year’s spirit. Isn’t it? But while different cultures in different parts of the world celebrate the highly…

Brussels Has A Special Gift For Its Commuters On 31st December To Jan 1, 2018

You know it for being the city of waffles. You know it for being the home of martial arts superstar Jean Claude Van Damme. You are also aware of it being home to the master adventurer, traveller and many a…

France Bans Kids From Using Phones In Classrooms Until They Turn 15

One of the world’s most beautiful nations, one that has often been in the news (especially of late) for evidencing a horrible spate of terror attacks has just made an interesting new move as far as kids studying in schools…

McDonald’s Announces Plans To Make McVegan A Permanent Choice In Nordic Countries’ Menu

The world’s favourite fast-food joint just announced an encouraging bit of news for the vegetarians among us and it is something that might leave them with a green, leafy smile. McDonald’s just announced that its first pure vegetarian burger is…

United Kingdom Now Has Its Highest Peak Re-Measured And Reassessed

Usually, unless and until some peculiar writing or debate shifts the focus, the talk about United Kingdom more often than not only stays restricted to the state of politics, culture and economy.   We hear about United Kingdom’s political luminaries,…

Lufthansa Pilots Refuse To Fly 222 Deported Refugees. Moral Stand or Confusion?

The mass exodus of hundreds and thousands of refugees who are fleeing their homes in the Middle East, looking for safe havens in Europe has dominated discussions since 2015. What was once a trend, has now become common news. That…

In A First, London Welcomes Black Electric Taxis

Air quality. It remains a highly debated issue in this part of the 21st century. Asia is struggling with it- China and India, in particular.  America, despite several top-tier discussions organized by think-tanks manages to cast away the issue. Now,…

Terror Plot Aimed At Taking Down Theresa May Successfully Foiled By Britain’s MI 5

Clearly, Theresa May isn’t the most popular Briton alive in today’s day and age. She might be the Prime Minister of perhaps one of the greatest empires in the modern world. But Theresa May clearly lacks the support and appreciation…

Have You Seen The Beauty Of A New Marvel Of Sprawling Architecture in Greece?

In the course of the last several years, Greece has often find itself in the wrong end of the spectrum as far as its economics and dwindling fortunes are concerned. Often weighing heavily on Germany for economic bailouts, life hasn’t…

Chinese Entrepreneurs Are Making Way For Other Chinese To Live, Succeed In Germany

With myriad institutes offering tons and tons of opportunities for undergraduates to study engineering- a fulcrum around which many interesting careers revolve in these times- Germany offers a fascinating ocean of study for students hailing from Asia. But particularly when…

Switzerland’s Touristy Graubunden Tests Driverless Busses

Long after the discussion about driverless cars came down into real terms having until recently been a flight of fancy, it was obvious that the discussion had to shift to a new paradigm. Change is, after all, the only constant…

All’s Not Well In Romania, With Widespread Protests Dominating Headlines

In popular culture, it is known for being the land of the Dracula; a hugely entertaining symbol of cinematic folklore. It is revered for being the sprawling home to the majestic Carpathian mountains. It is also loved for its eclectic…

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…

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…

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…

What’s Really Wow About Iceland’s WOW Air: Gay-Rights!

You know Iceland for its magnificent natural beauty. You admire its serene icy-cool climate, you love to snuggle up some brandy whilst you are there. You can hum, almost endlessly, the many soulful melodies crooned by Bjork: undoubtedly, a national treasure…

Don’t Go Soft On News: Gorge On Candid, Hotly-Debated Views in BBC’s HARDtalk

How does one define truth? Perhaps it’s that force of purity, made of some sanctity that we are all after. How does one define perspective? Funnily speaking, perspective isn’t just a ‘view’. It isn’t merely restricted to ‘answer’. It is,…

Why Germany’s Erwin Rommel Will Not Be Forgotten?

The Nazis; the face of brutality, the symbol of pure, terrifying evil- haven’t been forgotten. Can’t be. There are more symbols in the ebb of Nazism that remind of atrocities than there are famished souls in the developing world. These…

Not Just Snow, Cows or Chateaus: Switzerland, A Mighty Abode of Foreigners

Switzerland! Regardless of who you are- whether a stock trader at the NYSC, a student rushing late to submit a PhD thesis in Chittagong, a scholar on renewable energy based in Melbourne, an entrepreneur dabbling in the commercial clutter of…