For The Love Of Tea

Chai. Sigh. The word itself brings in this warm feeling of comfort. The sweet milk-tea (often with an infused aroma of cardamom or a hit of ginger) is popular along the entire Indian subcontinent. While we Indians have our specific way(s) of preparing and serving chai, people around the world too have their own tea... Continue Reading →


OnePlus Confirms Credit Card Breach, knotted in further security issues

Even as OnePlus, a few days back, announced that 40,000 of their customers were affected by the credit card security breach, they are again accused of sending data to Chinese servers. Talking first about the credit card breach, OnePlus had to suspend credit card payments on their online store. Investigations on this matter began after... Continue Reading →

Fifty Shades Freed

Cast: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan Director: James Foley Running Time: 2 hours Fifty Shades Freed is the third and final installation of the Fifty Shades triology, set to release worldwide on 9th February, 2018. With the splendid business the previous installations did in the box office, this one too is expected to create a roar.... Continue Reading →

Indian Paisa League…?

The season of IPL is back. Weeks of nail-biting anticipation has finally come to an end. For two days, the teams were engaged in heated auctioning. Players went under the hammer. Squadrons changed, some players left their teams, others took up new jerseys. And just like every year, some players remained unwanted for this 11th... Continue Reading →

India Budget 2018: Key Highlights

This election year's budget is much focused on rural India, with the uplifting of agriculture and other rural sectors. Healthcare too is brought into focus with the Government announcing the 'world's largest' health protection scheme. However, the middle class seems lost in this budget, which also has been termed a 'disappointment' for investors. Healthcare An... Continue Reading →

Trump-eting Pakistan

The first tweet of US President Donald Trump sent ripples across the expert panels. He claimed that Pakistan was full of "lies and deceit" and making "fools" of US leaders. The tweet said "The United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years, and they have... Continue Reading →

Waterfall Destinations Around The World

The chill of the high altitude, the fresheness in the air, the soothing green of the surrounding, and of course, the cascade of water torrenting down a rocky edge, but in a beautiful tranquil manner - everything makes waterfalls the ideal sightseeing scene. Though some of the below mentioned waterfalls may be less approachable then... Continue Reading →

The Scam That Spanned

It has become quite common to hear the Bihari babu’s name in the headlines adjoined with some scam. Recently we came to hear that Bihar’s ex-chief minister Laloo Prasad Yadav was convicted another time to spend about three and a half years in jail. Following the ruling given by the special CBI court, Yadav will... Continue Reading →

ISI-marked Helmets Only

First, they asked us to refrain from wearing half-helmets, next, they forced the helmets on the heads of children. Now they won't permit us to wear the imported ones. Call this move of the Bengaluru Traffic Police as patriotism or otherwise, people have started scratching their heads after the new rule has been rumored to... Continue Reading →

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