By: Mary Rose | 2011-01-13 | Nature Reportedly, on the last few days, thousands of dead birds are falling from sky into Italy which adds more mystery into the dead bird’s accounts as well as dead fish in some states of America and European countries including Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Canada and Sweden. An Italian Association for Birds said that a mass of more than 8,000 turtle doves falling into Northern Italy The dead birds in Italy are mainly white turtle doves. This is a kind of pretty and docile birds which symbolizes the mail celebrations and anniversaries such as weddings. A report states that the dead drove in Italy is the 15th incidents of dead wildlife in the world from New Year holiday. The dead birds are seen everywhere over the trees, in the streets, on the roofs of house in the town of Faenza in northern Italy. Almost these “little Christmas balls” have strange blue twinges in their beaks, which is not a scientific sign of poisoning or having lack of oxygen or hypoxia. Even Dr. Anna Mazzini in fores read more
By: jion smith | 2012-01-20 | Business It enables us to guide market to the mainstream at the very first time to ensure that we are able to occupy market sophisticated probabilities, win much more benefits by standing in the front of mainstream. read more
By: Jolie Crussel | 2011-07-03 | Business Every year, a list of brands that are going to disappear in near-term is released by the 24/7 Wall Street. The brands on this year’s list include Nokia and Sony Ericsson. read more
By: Elisa Wasson | 2012-01-06 | Free After rocking New York City's Times Square at “Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2012” on the last day of 2011 with a surprisingly great "Let It Be" duet with Carlos Santana, Baby singer Justin Bieber continuously made the headline on 5 January 2012 as being spotted with a new Jesus tattoo on his left calf on the beach in Los Angeles. read more
By: bajrangsingh | 2012-03-03 | Destinations Kaziranga Park is the oldest parks in Assam and India. It was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in the 1940. It is total covers area 430 square kilometres. It is also a heaven for birds. There is very beautiful and colourful species of the birds. Best Season to visit- best season to visit in the Kaziranga national park April to mid November. read more
By: Mary Rose | 2012-01-29 | News and society It was sad news for the ski world that the Four-time Winter X Games champion Sarah Burke died at the young age of 29 in hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, January 19, 2012, nine days after suffering serious injuries during a training session at the Park City Mountain Resort superpipe, Utah.
By: John Prytz | 2011-04-03 | Environment When it comes to the British crop circle phenomena, no explanation put forth makes any logical sense. The best of all the implausible explanations is the extraterrestrial intelligence one, but only on a scale of two out of ten because the rest don't even rate that highly. read more
By: Mary Rose | 2012-01-05 | News and society Former X Factor contestant Kerry McGregor who came in ninth place on “The X Factor” U.K. in 2006 reportedly died at age 37 at her home in Pumpherston, West Lothian after a battle with bladder cancer on January 4, 2012. Kerry McGregor is survived by her partner Dean Robertson, 36, and their 7-year-old son, Joshua. read more
By: Mary Rose | 2012-01-30 | Society Ian Abercrombie, best recognized for playing Elaine Benes’ boss on Seinfeld, passed away from a fatal heart attack at the age of 77 in Hollywood. Hearing the news of his death, fans took to Twitter to remember the Seinfeld actor, including Amanda Lebow: “Mr. Pit!!!!! Another goodie gone:(”. Skooch Banachek tweeted that “aw Ian Abercrombie died (Mr. Pitt from Seinfeld); remember the character actors people!” or “Mr. Pitt died!? I will eat a Snickers bar with a knife & fork today in your honor. Good night, #IanAbercrombie, thanks for the laughs”, tweeted Mark Lutz.
By: MBAUniverse.com India's No.1 MBA Portal for MBA Aspirants, Students, Executives and Educators . MBAUniverse.com covers the daily updates from all the top B schools in India, interviews eminent personalities in the MBA education domain and provides a platf | 2012-05-15 | College If you are interested in taking admissions to MBA/PGDM programs for academic year 2012-14, now is the time to decide which the right B-school is for you. MBAUniverse.com analysis brings you a fact sheet and analysis on the ROI period. read more
By: William Bailey | 2012-03-20 | Religion Zoroastrianism, also known as Mazdaism, and Zarathustra was at one time among the world's largest religions. Zoroastrianism has approximately 250,000 followers today, with 80% residing within the country of India and the remaining within other various countries including The United States. This article touches on the aspects of the religion. read more
By: bajrangsingh | 2012-03-21 | Vacations Kanha tiger reserve was created on the 1st June, 1955 and was declared as a Tiger Reserve in the 1974 under the tiger project of central government. It was divided into 2 sanctuaries include Hallon (250 sq km) and Banjara (300 sq km). Kanha National Park visited by five lakhs foreigners and domestics tourists between January and December. It is one of the busy national parks of India. read more
By: Wendell W Solomons | 2012-03-21 | Causes and organizations The returning diaspora will be asking the latter clan of Kallathonis (a term used in Jaffna to identify illicit immigrants from South India) to send HOME the money collected from them. The fire behind the smoke at the UNHCR conference on Sri Lanka in Geneva? The unwillingness of this clan to part with loot. read more