Monthly archives: December 2014

ICCC seeks permanent residency status for foreign students

Toronto: Canada needs structural reforms in its immigration policies to attract foreign students and must consider granting them permanent residency rights, a top official of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce has said. “The existing Canadian immigration policies are not facilitating participation of foreign graduates in its labour force, discouraging meaningful immigration and denying them permanent residency status on technical grounds,” president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC), DP Jain, here […]

5 Causes & 5 Treatments – Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)? Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is characterized by distressing symptoms of abdominal pain, gas, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea. It is believed as much as 20% of the American population suffers from IBS. These individuals will suffer for years and have few options to help provide relief outside of taking ineffective pharmaceutical drugs. This only cover up the symptoms without identifying the true underlying cause of […]


‘In the Heart of the Sea’ trailer released

The new trailer for Chris Hemsworth’s ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ has been unveiled. The film is based on the book by Nathaniel Philbrick, which tells the true story of the Essex whaling ship sinking into the Pacific Ocean in 1820, reported Ace Showbiz. ‘In the Heart’ of the Sea will open in cinemas on March 13, 2015. Please follow and like us:

With Internet still spotty, how might North Korea respond?

North Koreans’ ability to surf the Internet — for the few in the isolated nation who could ever really go online anyway — is rockier than ever. Dyn Research reported on Monday that the country’s Internet was down, after 24 hours of “increasing instability.” It stayed dead for more than nine hours, then came back to life — but not for long. Half a day later Dyn said it was […]

Tamil filmmaker K Balachander: The man who introduced us to Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth

Legendary Tamil movie and theatre director, screen writer and producer K Balachander passed away on Tuesday. He was 84.  Everyone from Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan to Mani Ratnam and Khushbu had paid him a visit at the hospital. At 84, “KB sir”, as he is fondly called by one and all in the industry, has seen Tamil cinema evolve and is a guru and mentor to many people across many […]

12 Tips for Recovering from Emotional Pain

“Pain (any pain–emotional, physical, mental) has a message. The information it has about our life can be remarkably specific, but it usually falls into one of two categories: “We would be more alive if we did more of this,” and, “Life would be more lovely if we did less of that.” Once we get the pain’s message, and follow its advice, the pain goes away.” ~ Peter McWilliams Have you […]

Heels over head for 2015! 'World's bendiest woman' dresses in skin-tight gold jumpsuit to show off incredible contortion skills

Zlata has won awards and holds world records for her contortion skills Real name Julia, she has been contorting since she was just four years old Poses in a gold bodysuit for dramatic 2015 calender Promises her fans ‘more surprises’ for them in the coming year These incredible photos reveal how world’s bendiest woman contorts herself into unbelievable shapes in her 2015 calendar. Russian-born Zlata twists herself into the most […]

Late-night snacks may damage memory

Late-night meals may interfere with your memory, a new study has warned. The study in mice found that eating during times of day when one would normally be sleeping impaired the animals’ memory for objects they had seen, even when the rats got the same amount of sleep as mice on a normal eating and sleeping schedule. Study co-author Christopher Colwell, of the University of California, Los Angeles, and a […]

Winnipeg sisters give away more than 2,000 gifts to strangers

Two sisters hit the streets to hand out more than 2,000 gifts to unsuspecting strangers in Winnipeg Monday. The Gary Effect is a mass gift-giveaway project by sisters Kay Lizon and Jessica Boittiaux. In its fourth year, the project took place Monday in memory of the girls’ father, Gary Boittiaux. He always went out of his way to do what he could for other people,” said Lizon. “That’s what he […]

A terrorist is not a true Muslim

The recent barbaric killing of school children in Peshawar, Pakistan, by terrorists waging what they call a Jihad, or religious war, once again puts the spotlight on a religion which has taken a beating because of its followers not really understanding the true essence of their faith… Islam Means Peace, Not Violence To understand Islam’s stance on terrorism, one must go back to the holy scripture of the religion – […]