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    Feb 07 2017

    Bajirao I of the Maratha Empire : Do you about of Peshwa Bajirao

    Bajirao Ballal Bhat lived for just forty years, but in that short time he fought dozens of battles and reputedly was never defeated.  He also established the authority of the office of Peshwa or prime minister over the Maratha Empire of India.  Perhaps most significantly, under his leadership the Hindu Marathas posed a significant challenge to […]

  • This One Fruit Kills Malignant Cells of 12 Different Types of Cancer
    Jan 31 2017

    This One Fruit Kills Malignant Cells of 12 Different Types of Cancer

    Recent research has shown that the extract of the Graviola fruit, or also known as soursop or guyabano, effectively destroys the malignant cells of 12 different cancer types. Apparently, the extract of this miraculous fruit can kill the affected cells in the case of lung, colon, liver, pancreatic, cervical, prostate, ovarian, and breast. This discovery […]

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    Jan 13 2017

    The World Largest Hotel : The Abraj Kudai

    The Abraj Kudai hotel in Mecca is set to become the largest hotel in the world with 10,000 rooms, four helipads, and 70 restaurants spread across 48 floors and 12 towers. The hotel is going to be the holy city’s crowning glory and is scheduled to open in time for the 2017 annual Hajj pilgrimage. […]

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    Jan 13 2017

    Mind-Boggling Rivers of Blue Lava Are Pouring Out of This Volcano in Indonesia – The Incidence of Volcano in Indonesia

    The Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia is a sulfur mine by day and a surreal alien landscape in the night. The infernal mountain spews out electric-blue lava in the night time and it’s an absolutely mind-blowing sight. Photographer Olivier Grunewald first learned about the mountain in 2008. He collaborated with Régis Etienne to photograph and […]

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    Jan 13 2017

    After 137 Years, California’s Iconic Drive-Through Tunnel Tree is No More – the incidence of California’s Iconic Drive

    The ancient sequoias in the park—some of which are estimated to be over 1,000 years old—have made it a popular destination since the late 1800s. In the 1880, well before the Calaveras North Grove became a part of the California State Park System, a private landowner dug an enormous tunnel in what came to be […]

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    Jan 13 2017

    Sunken Ruins of Alexandria Will Be World’s First Underwater Museum

    Instead of removing artifacts from the water and bringing them to tourists, it will soon be the other way around. A $150 million museum is being planned that will bring guests to the relics’ location on the Egyptian seabed.The Ministry of Antiquities in Egypt is planning to turn submerged ruins of ancient Alexandria into an […]

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    Dec 28 2016

    6 Things You Never Knew About Sesame Street

    Sesame Street is the most-watched children’s program of all time, touching lives across over one hundred countries and multiple generations. Created in 1969 by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett, the show immediately set itself apart from other educational programs with its multiracial cast (who seamlessly interacted with Jim Henson’s muppets), urban setting, and research-based […]

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    Dec 27 2016

    Dubai is GCC residents’ top choice for living

    74 per cent of GCC residents say Dubai has the region’s highest quality property architecture and interior design. More than two-thirds of GCC residents say the UAE is their first choice for living based on the quality and design aesthetics of their residences, according to a new survey. The survey, commissioned by Ellington Properties, a […]

  • the-agriculture-industry-is-mutilating-cows-by-drilling-holes-in-them
    Nov 24 2016

    Agriculture Industry’s Dirty Secret: Mutilating Cows By Drilling Holes In Them

    Cows are a staple of the agriculture industry across the world. They have become one of the most profitable commodities and farmers are developing many new practices to ensure the highest quality meat and dairy. But how far is too far when it comes to these practices? A current process being used, called fistulation, involves […]

  • wi-fi-a-silent-killer-that-kills-us-slowly
    Nov 24 2016

    Wi-Fi Technology: A Silent Killer That Kills Us Slowly

    Wi-Fi is the popular wireless networking technology that uses radio waves, to provide us with wireless high-speed Internet connections. Wireless devices like cell phones, tablets, and laptops use electromagnetic waves to communicate with wireless routers, which are manufactured in compliance with strict safety standards. This article examines their safety, and explains how to protect yourself…. […]