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Brief Facts and History of the Danube River

Flowing across ten countries, the Danube River is the second longest river in Europe with the longest being the Volga River. The river’s source is in the Germany’s Black Forest and flows spectacularly through countries such as Bulgaria and Austria. It continues to flow through major Read More

Is Your Savings Account with a Local Bank? Yeah, You Might Want to Change That

Written by Mark Pringle
If you are like most people, you probably bank at an institution close to where you live. Understandably, convenience is a crucial factor when deciding where you should bank. The ability to be able to talk to a person face-to-face provides a much-needed level of comfort and peace of mind when you ha Read More

Trip to the Eastern Himalayas

Written by judesolomonc
Trip to the Eastern Himalayas - Part I (Aritar, Zuluk, Nathula, Gangtok, Lachen, Gurudongmar, Lachung, Yumthung, yumesamdong, Darjeeling)The journey started from Chennai to Bagdogra (the nearest Airport) Siliguri and NJP are the nearest stations. Then from there, nearly a 5 hour drive on the lower H Read More

Navratangarh: Treasure of History Lies Unattended

Written by ABHIJIT JHA
Travelling is a passion for me and in spite of my busy schedule, I always try to spend my weekend exploring new places. It was 25th of Dec,2016 when I myself, my wife Sonali and daughter Tasha  visited one such lost kingdom of Nagvanshi rulers. Story of Navratangarh has been glorious and at Read More

5 Emerging Ways Millennials Influence Travel

Millennials have grown accustomed to seeing the world in the palm of their hand. The generation born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s has grown up at the forefront of the digital age and with a smartphone as their ubiquitous accessory. The development of this generation has coincide Read More

Understanding 'Waterproof'

Proper, solid and failsafe watertighting is key to underwater photography. Most photographing devices are created for use in the air. All optical, mechanical and electrical components must have air around them to work properly. So we encase the camera in an artificial “air bubble” to Read More

The Sound of Silence

Have you been planning, on alleviating noise pollution, in your neighborhood? Imagine if you no longer heard the screeching of motor vehicles, the ding dong of door bells, dripping of taps, honks and horns of cars or the sound from generator set in your neighborhood. These noise making mechanisms Read More

The Igbo Agitation, A Road Map To Regaining Our Pride Of Place In The Scheme Of Things In Nigeria

Written by Ekoja Okewu
‘’ Those who profess to favour freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want ocean without the roar of its waters. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or Read More

All I know about her

All I know about “her” It is not about love, but rather life. He was emotionally bound to an operating system. And he fell in love with a voice he could listen to and ears he could open up to. Nevertheless, the film was not meant to put everything under “romance”. There&rs Read More

life as it is

Written by wendy clement
life as it is, it's never as it seems many ask the question what have I done why my life has turned out like this? but do we all have the answer to this question. life starts when we are being made in our mothers womb and when we are born this is when our life starts, we grow, we make mistake Read More

Go Green With The Solar Panels Option And Save Money

Written by Enervest Solar
Are you thinking to get the best option for the energy and still confused for the perfect source? Then here is the best way to choose the perfect one. Some Glimpse Of The Green Energy AKA Solar Energy, Solar Panels Melbourne system capture the sun's energy using photovoltaic cells, and that Read More

Learning is Important

Written by Nadine Oraby
Generally speaking, the vast majority of people think that the moment they graduate from college, they will not need to study ever again. In other words, they think that their long journey of education has finally come to an end. However, there is a huge difference between education and learning. Al Read More