Andria Zafirakou of UK Awarded Global Best Teacher Prize 2018

Beauty queens and cinestars are not the only celebrities of today. On 18th March 2018, teachers had their own star-studded international ceremony in UAE, where the Global Best Teacher 2018 award worth $1 million went to Andria Zafirakou of Alperton Community College, London. Bill Gates had earlier annouced the names of the top ten finalists... Continue Reading →

Seven Positive Meanings of the Super Rare Blue Blood Moon on 31 Jan 2018

https://youtu.be/-PKMmxA8U1Q Full Moon (100% illumination of face of the moon), Lunar Eclipse (alignment of earth, sun and moon), Super Moon (large full moon), Blood Moon (total lunar eclipses) and Rare Blue Moon (extra full moon of a month) have been talked about a lot in recent times, but on 31 January 2018 all of these... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Positive News of 2017

We all have seen a lot of negativity in media all these years, so much so that we forget those things that really matter...messages of hope, peace and wellbeing that are before us to uplift our awareness and remind us that the world is getting better indeed.  For negative or disturbing news we can send energy... Continue Reading →

Five Ways of Refusing to Be a Victim

We might have heard of the recent social media trend #MeToo that encourages women to come out and admit that they have been victims of harassment in the past. #MeToo is a laudable effort by Alyssa Milano of Charmed fame to support Rose McGowan who played her witchy sister in TV show, among other Hollywood... Continue Reading →

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Wins Nobel Peace Prize

The International Campaign to Abolish  Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) currently headed by Beatrice Fihn has won the Nobel Peace Prize for their international efforts in prohibition of nuclear weapons. ICAN is a coalition of NGOs from around a 100 countries and has has been campaigning to stigmatise, prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons under international law. On 7... Continue Reading →

The World’s Least Stressful Cities

If you thought city life was all about high rises and fast cars, these cities will open up your mind to a new way of living. The world's least stressful cities were ranked on factors such as green spaces, ease of public transport, better security, lesser pollution, employment levels, better health and lesser debt.  We... Continue Reading →

The Good News Revolution

Our everyday media might make us feel differently at times, but there is a growing awareness among many of us about the importance of focusing on the positive even in terms of news and entertainment. In the past many of us were guilty of enjoying negativity. We loved stories including movies, books and social media... Continue Reading →

Historic Victory to Muslim Women’s Rights In India

The efforts and courage of a few strong women has brought about a ban on the ages old gender-biased practice of triple-talaq in India which allowed Muslim men to instantly and unilaterally divorce their wives by just repeating the word 'talaq' three times. The ruling was made after five women petitioned the court. Read the full BBC story... Continue Reading →

New Method of 3D Printing of Human Tissues to Revolutionize Medicine

  A team of researchers led by Professor Hagan Bayley, Professor of Chemical Biology in Oxford’s Department of Chemistry recently devised a way to 3D print living human tissues in self-contained cells at extremely high resolution using the above featured printer. The method developed by the team is superior to older 3D tissue printing technologies as... Continue Reading →

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