2012 DA14 causes injuries in Russia

An approximate diameter of 50 meters and mass of 190,000 metric tons, a space rock was discovered on 23rd February, 2013 and named 2012 DA14 by the astronomers.  It was predicted that this flyby may hit the earth today but fortunately our planet is … [Read more...]

Ragas Never Die: A Tribute to Pandit Ravi Shankar

"Sometimes he makes his sitar wail like a cat, or imitate a baby crying out in the audience. He repeats a phrase several times, indicating that he has no control over his hand, until he slaps his instrument in playful anger. He gives me little winks … [Read more...]

David Guetta Euphoric to Visit India Again!

Nothing but the beat is coming to India. The high-powered techno/electronic Grammy award-winning DJ David Guetta is excited about his second visit to India and all set to perform at Candolim Beach, Goa on December 8. The 45-year-old's maiden India … [Read more...]


Four more years! Four more years! Four more years! {Supporters Chanting} This happened because of you. Thank you. –Barack Obama The 51 years old president Obama who never misses using the word "hope" in his speeches is not leaving the white house … [Read more...]

Malala – A fire within

"On my way from school to home I heard a man saying 'I will kill you'. I hastened my pace and after a while I looked back if the man was still coming behind me. But to my utter relief he was talking on his mobile and must have been threatening … [Read more...]

Felix Baumgartner’s deadliest record-breaking supersonic jump

Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner is a fusion of bravery and madness. On 14th October, he did what no other man has ever done. Felix became the first man to break the sound barrier, without any aircraft assistance in a deadly record-breaking jump … [Read more...]

Indian Champions at London Olympics 2012.

More than 200 countries participate in the Olympic Games. These are considered to be the world’s most prestigious sports’ competition. Olympics were first held in Greece, in 776 BC. They are held every four years, with two years apart for Summer … [Read more...]