Author archives: cuteneha

The Biggest Risk Is Not Taking One: 14 Risks Everyone Needs To Take In Life

Life is a series of calculated risks – nothing more. Everything that you decide to do has a margin of risk. No outcome is ever 100 percent certain and, therefore, any attempt at anything has a chance of complete failure. We risk everything, every day of our lives without knowing it. There is always a chance that walking outside will kill us. There’s a chance that we’ll never make it […]

Now Tonk witnesses khaki boots on killing spree inside the mosque

Jaipur, July 15: The Tonk district of Rajasthan Friday noon witnessed infamous brutal khaki boots entering the mosque and unleashing rein of baton attack on the Namazis (who were offering Friday prayers). One person died in police attack inside the mosque while more than 50 others got serious injuries. A similar condemnable attack took place more than one and half years ago in Goplagarh district of the state – more […]

Iraq Violence Kills 460 In April

Violence in Iraq rose sharply in April, with 460 people killed according to a AFP figures, raising fears of a return to the all-out sectarian conflict that plagued the country in past years. The majority of the deaths came during a wave of unrest that began on April 23 when security forces moved on Sunni anti-government protesters near the northern Sunni Arab town of Hawijah, sparking clashes that killed 53 […]

Amanda Knox Interview: Seattle Student Says She Wants The Truth To Come Out About Kercher Murder

SEATTLE — Amanda Knox says in an interview that what happened to her was “surreal but it could have happened to anyone.” The Seattle native told ABC News’ Diane Sawyer in an interview airing Tuesday night that “I want the truth to come out. I’d like to be reconsidered as a person.” In March, Italy’s highest criminal court overturned Knox’s acquittal in the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher […]

U.S. Department of Labor Hacking Incident Suspends Website

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) — A U.S. Department of Labor spokesman confirms one of its websites is offline after being targeted by hackers. “A DOL program appeared to be compromised,” says a statement released by the agency. “The website was immediately taken offline and the Department began working with appropriate internal and external authorities to investigate.” At this time there is no evidence of compromise to or loss of DOL information nor […]

Sarabjit Singh dies in Lahore, Pakistan agrees to send body back

Lahore: Sarabjit Singh, the Indian who was attacked in a prison in Pakistan where he spent 22 years after being convicted of terrorism, died early this morning at a Lahore hospital after a cardiac arrest. Pakistan has agreed to India’s request that his body be sent back for last rites. The 49-year-old was admitted at Lahore’s Jinnah hospital on Friday with severe brain injuries after a group of inmates hit him […]

Meet the World's Biggest Rabbit!

Meet the World’s Biggest Rabbit! This rabbit’s name is Herman and he lives with his owner, Hans Wagner, in Berlin, Germany. German Giants are domestic rabbits. They do not exist in the wild and can live as long as 12 years. Herman can eat a bale of hay per week. He weighs in at 22 pounds and measures a little over 3 feet. Please follow and like us:

Why Indian cities lag behind global metropolises

The results of an ET-Janaagraha survey assessing India’s top 11 cities against two global metropolises are disheartening. These cities scored in the range of 0.7 to 4.5 across four categories on a scale of 0 to 10 against New York and London, which scored between 8.1 and 9.9. The comparisons included how cities are planned, their capacity to raise resources, empowerment of political representatives and people’s participation.   A missing […]

Taiwan’s unwanted pups find new homes in Vancouver

Mei is one of Taiwan’s unwanted. The attractive, two-year-old Formosan Mountain Dog is friendly, up-to-date on all her shots, and spayed. In Canada, she would be an ideal candidate for adoption. But in Taiwan, the former stray spent months bouncing around shelter-to-shelter, unable to attract the interest of potential new owners. Adoption rates in that country are low, making it nearly impossible for mutts and dogs with disabilities to find […]

Small Children, Big Dreams

In Pic :The office bearers committee of the Makala Kavalu Samiti (MAKASA). Photo: Kumar Sringeri In a small town in Karnataka, government-school students are working to ensure that their schools meet the infrastructure norms of the RTE Act. Can this model be replicated elsewhere in the country? Kishore Mahadevaiah, a Std VII student, is describing his ideal school. “The school should be very clean and neat. In every class, there […]