Home / news (page 30)

news

U.S Universities Fail to Instill Appreciation of the Democratic Process

The result of the US Presidential Election surprised many. It certainly surprised over 50% of the American Electorate and many overseas countries who were saturated with the crudity and coarseness of the debate that dominated our TV programmes for the past number of months. The Media got it Wrong It …

Read More »

Presidential Election Upset Occurs Exactly Fifty Years After Merger of Two Football Leagues

It seems somehow fitting that the stunning upset in the Presidential Election happened just one day before the fiftieth anniversary of the official merger of the nation’s two professional football leagues. That historic legislation, signed by President Lyndon Bains Johnson on November 7, 1966, helped pave the way for one …

Read More »

Hindustan Times News Mobile App – Review

Everything today seems to be converging to a single point – Mobile Phones! Email, web browsing, document viewing, etc have now become such common features that one does not even count them as a premium feature anymore. With the ever so expanding arena of what you can do with your …

Read More »

Color Toric Contacts – Good News for People with Astigmatism

If you have an astigmatism it does not mean that you are stuck with wearing glasses. These days there are special contact lenses, called "toric", developed specially for people with astigmatism. And it gets even more exiting – you can also wear color toric contacts. Find out what color toric …

Read More »

The Media: Was The Mainstream Media Only Interested In Getting Hillary Elected?

The American presidential election has now come to an end, and this has given people plenty to talk about. For some people, the result will be the best thing that could have happened, and for others, it will be the worst possible outcome. It is then not going to matter …

Read More »

The Story of Hurricane Mathew

In September 2016, a band atmospheric low pressure, known as a tropical wave, began to move away from the African Coast. In just a few days, that band of low pressure had developed into a tropical storm that was given the name of Mathew. By the time that Mathew had …

Read More »

Cambridge Researcher Explains Place of Parapsychology

Parapsychology is concerned with investigation of paranormal phenomena including psychokinesis, near death experiences, telepathy, and reincarnation. It wasn’t a hot topic to begin with, but many scientists were still interested in conducting research. Today, even research at top institutes rarely make it to news channels. Physical and Materialism research is …

Read More »

Writing a Newspaper Article – What to Include

Have you ever wanted to write for your local paper? Seeing your byline, or name, in an article is definitely something to be proud of. Though many people might be intimidated with writing a newspaper article, it is actually fairly simple, as long as you follow some general rules in …

Read More »

Making Our Earth Greener: Why The Participation of Local People and Their Culture Is Indispensable

Our wonderful planet, pregnant with resources tailored to human needs by the wise creator is now in wanton depletion. The situation is largely attributed to the bad human activities such as deforestation, land degradation and habitat destruction triggered by greed for wealth. Environmental schemes and programs meant to curtail the …

Read More »

Five Christmas Annoyances That You Can not Avoid

The irksome Presidential election is finally over, so Americans should be relieved to get back to normal. Unfortunately, another long annoyance is upon us now, the annual pains that come along with Christmas. I am not referring to the task of shopping in crowded stores, nor the chore of wrapping …

Read More »

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)