Sunday, June 25, 2017

Saudi Arabia to Build World’s First Entertainment City

Saudi Arabia has revealed plans for an entertainment city on the outer skirts of Riyadh, boasting that it will be 50x the size of Gibraltar, or roughly the same size as Las Vegas. As well as entertainment, the city complex...

Could Ayurveda be the Key to the NHS Crisis?

  The 1st and 2nd of April 2017 saw a large international congress attended by health leaders, government ministers from around the world and UK MP's held in London  in order to address healthcare challenges and posit possible Ayuvedic solutions. Against...

TATA Group Talks top of Agenda for Street

TATA Group talks top of the agenda for Street during India and Pakistan visit. Conservative candidate for West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has met with senior representatives from Jaguar Land Rover parent company Tata Group. Fresh from the announcement that...

Women Only ‘Pink Taxi’ Launches in Pakistan

Have you been to Pakistan lately? If so, you might have heard rumours of a fleet of Pink Taxi’s donning the streets. Pink Taxi is a taxi service launching in Karachi, Pakistan on March 30th. The service aims to protect...

Rare Indochinese Tiger Rediscovered in Thailand

The critically endangered Indochinese tiger has been found in a national park in Eastern Thailand. Camera traps discovered a small population of the tiger in the jungle, including six cubs. As of now, the extremely rare creature is believed to...

Brummy Part-Time Photographer Wins International Photography Awards

A Birmingham photographer has won the international Sony World Photography Awards. Tim Cornbill, a part time photographer, took his stunning shot in Berlin, capturing three pedestrians crossing a huge, eye-catching monochromatic structure near the River Spree. The photo, named Oculus,...

Only 1 out of 170 schools chose to cover Israel-Palestine conflict; Feared too Sensitive

Do you remember what you learned in school? Perhaps it was WW2, the Tudors, the Egyptians or  the Romans? One thing that many contemporary school have been teaching is the Arab-Israeli conflict…until recently that is. In the last four to...

The River Ganges: Pure, Polluted And Now Protected

The River Ganges is perhaps the most revered spiritual spot for Hindus in India. Over 2500km long, the river flows through numerous mountains, valleys, cities and villages and is believed to have purifying properties, including wiping away dirt and...

Any Devices Larger than Phones to be Banned on Middle East-US flights

The US will be barring passengers from eight largely Muslim countries from having any device larger than a phone in their carry-on. Nine airlines from a number of Middle Eastern and North African countries were given 96 hours to implement...

Inspiration for all ages at Neasden Mandir’s 8th annual International Women’s Day

Over 1,300 women came together at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden, London (popularly known as the Neasden Temple), to celebrate its eighth annual International Women’s Day on Saturday 11 March. The event, themed ‘Celebrating Women: Inspiring Generations’, was...