India is one of the largest countries in South-Asia. It is famous for its diverse culture. There are many places you can travel to but, there exist some places in India that no one has even heard about or is allowed to visit. Some could be beautiful and some ugly, some disgustingly strange and some seamlessly creepy, but whatever and wherever these places exist, they are all very fascinating and interesting. Want to know about some of these places? Let’s have a look.
The Facebook Founder and billionaire, Mark Zuckerberg is facing yet another controversy and this time it has to do with the private beach property Mark had invested in Hawaii. According the sources, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla had invested into a private beach property at Hawaii which is a huge portion of land with beach frontage measuring around 700 acres (28 Lac Sqmt.) coasting whopping 100 million US Dollars (650 crore INR). The sources in the Business Insider has revealed that, the Facebook billionaire is suing hundreds Hawaiians having the legal ownership (ancestral rights) on the said land and are not ready to vacate the same.
Journalism is a risky field. No doubt your life is in danger once a working journalist. Gauri Lankesh’s case is not the first in history. There have been so many reporters, editors and news anchors murdered. It is the duty of the press to be liberal as well as socially responsible about the public. Though the press is a fourth pillar in the nation, it is still treated as a slave and threatened by the government. Nothing has been changed since the time of independence.
There are two types of features in humans’ personality which we tend to have different episodes of life; 1: obsession and 2: Passion. But 13-year-old Janhavi Panvar from a village in Haryana seems to have both simultaneously, along with the efforts she puts into it.
Compared to all the other identity cards, in today’s India, the Aadhaar Card has been given a phenomenal importance than the rest. Almost all Indians are in possession of the Aadhaar card. Basically, it is a 12-digit unique identification number that can be obtained by residents of India, based on their biometric and demographic data. Considered a proof of residence and not a proof of citizenship, Aadhaar does not itself grant any rights to domicile in India.
This news might come as a pleasant surprise to you, but the United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday announced that a new visa will be launched in 2019 spring. This advantage will open wider doors to the talented founders of business ventures to the country. The scheme is introduced as a measure to show the world that the country is the best place to run a tech company.
Apart from our busy lifestyle, how many of us have heard about Mission Sai (Save animals initiative)? Let us explore the in-depth details of the Mission Sai and the secret of Anil and Tamela- the couple who travelled from the US to settle in India.