Sunday, March 26, 2017

Spinach leaves to be used as working human heart tissue

Green, Leafy, Vegetables, Leaves
Making  or recreating damaged heart tissues has always been a challenge for the scientists. But here is some unique and latest discovers: Use of spinach leaves to be used as working human heart tissues.

Scientists have tried many methods including the latest 3D-printing to recreate such delicate and intricate networks, but the technique was unsuccessful. Now Nature has come to the help in a revolutionary way.





Researchers are hopeful that such techniques could prove useful when it comes to treating the victims of heart attacks whereby new healthy layers of heart muscle could be created, writes Daily Mail.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Rise of Hindu Extremism: DIG OUT MUSLIM WOMEN FROM GRAVES AND RAPE THEM


The Hinduism is one of the most extremist religions of the world. The recent uprise of extremism can be heard from the nook and corner of India, specially spreading hatred against the Muslims.

The recent statements against Muslims by the Yogi Adityanath, recently appointed Chief Minister of UP in India are to be seen with concern. Upon taking over as the Chief Minister, he has specially targeted the Muslims and has told his followers to DIG OUT MUSLIM WOMEN FROM GRAVES AND RAPE THEM.





Declaring the Muslims as the 2nd class citizens. he calls upon to convert Masjid into Hindu Temples and instead of Muslim call to prayer ‘Azan’, Hindu slogans ‘Har Har Mahahdave’ should be shouted from Masjids.

Read more about it at: The London Post
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Monday, February 27, 2017

And the Oscar goes to....


List of Oscars is as under:

Best picture:
Moonlight 

Lead actor:
Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea 

Lead actress:

Emma Stone, La La Land 

Supporting actor:
Mahershala Ali, Moonlight 

Supporting actress:
Viola Davis, Fences 

Best director:
La La Land, Damien Chazelle 

Animated feature:
Zootopia, Byron Howard, Rich Moore and Clark Spencer

Animated short:

Piper, Alan Barillaro and Marc Sondheimer

Adapted screenplay:
Moonlight, Barry Jenkins; Story by Tarell Alvin McCraney 





Adapted screenplay:
Moonlight, Barry Jenkins; Story by Tarell Alvin McCraney 

Original screenplay:
Manchester by the Sea, Kenneth Lonergan 

Cinematography:
La La Land, Linus Sandgren 

Best documentary feature:
O.J.: Made in America, Ezra Edelman and Caroline Waterlow 

Best documentary short subject:
“The White Helmets,” Orlando von Einsiedel and Joanna Natasegara— WINNER

Best live action short film:
“Sing,” Kristof Deak and Anna Udvardy 

Best foreign language film:
The Salesman, Iran — WINNER


Film editing:
Hacksaw Ridge, John Gilbert 

Sound editing:
Arrival, Sylvain Bellemare 

Sound mixing:
Hacksaw Ridge, Kevin O’Connell, Andy Wright, Robert Mackenzie and Peter Grace 

Production design:
La La Land, David Wasco, Sandy Reynolds-Wasco 

Original score:
La La Land, Justin Hurwitz 

Original song:
“City of Stars,” “La La Land” — Music by Justin Hurwitz; Lyric by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul 

Costume design:
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Colleen Atwood 

Visual effects:
Jungle Book, Robert Legato, Adam Valdez, Andrew R. Jones, and Dan Lemmon 

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Sunday, February 5, 2017

Canada displays unique solidarity with Muslims

In a time when US president Donald Trump is hellbent on imposing entry of Muslims from seven Muslim countries - and God knows how many more countries will be added to the banned list, Canada has come forward and his displayed a unique solidarity with the Muslims.

In a rare and moving show of strength, the Canadians of the Quebec city joined hands with their local politicians and the Canadian prime minister Trudeau to show solidarity and sympathy to the Muslims after a terrorist attack on a local mosque.





Trudeau is speech on the occasion said:

"Our country was united. It is an entire country that is joining the families of the victims.  Together, we will rise from this darkness stronger, more unified, than ever before." 

Read more about it at: Step Feed
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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Seattle judge allows entry of immigrants from seven banned countries

US president Donald Trump's ban on entry of immigration from seven Muslim counties has become highly critical by even by the Americans. 

In a recent defiance incident, a judge in Seattle has temporarily blocked Trumps immigration ban and has allowed the entry of immigrants.





Within hours of the ruling the officials at the airports have told the airlines that can bring in immigrants. However, the the White House has announced that it will get a stay from the Justice Department against Seattle judge ruling.

Read more about it at:The Independent
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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Doris heading towards Britain with 70 mph winds and flooding

Hurricane, Irene, International Space Station, 2011

NASA has warned that storm Doris is heading towards Britain across the Atlantic carrying winds up to 70 mph and lots of flooding

The 800 mies wide storm may hit Britain by Friday.




The winds are likely to speed up on Thursday turning into gales up to 100 mph. A yellow warning has been sounded in Britain.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Roger Federer beat Nadal to win the Australian Open 2017


Oh boy what a match it was today between the two tennis giants; The seventeen times Grand Slam winner Roger Federer and fourteen times Grand Slam title holder Rafael Nadal.

As I wrote yesterday that age does not matter for some, it is true for America's Serena Williams and Swiss Roger Federer. Like Serena Williams, the same age 35-year-old Federer claimed his eighteenth Grand Slam title by beating Nadal 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3.





But for Federer the match was not easy as Nadal, coming back to finals after years of injuries preventing him to climb up the ladder. Nadal and Federer won one set after the other and it was the fifth set in which Nadal finally gave away the title to Federer.


It was federer's fifth Australian title, which also takes him on top of the world list as for men's single titles are concerned.

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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Serena Williams wins Australian Open and sets a Open Era record of 23 titles


Who says age matters? May be for many but not for Serena Williams when it comes to winning Grand Slam titles.

And that was exactly she did today by beat her sister Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4 to win the Australian Open title for record seven times. And if that is not all - she also become the record holder of Open era period with 23 Grand Slam titles.





However, despite all the laurels earned, Australia's Margaret Court, with 24, is the only player still ahead of Serena in terms of Grand Slam singles titles, reports BBC

Read more about it at: BBC Sport
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Australian Open Grand Finale: Nadal all set to regain lost glory - meets Federer in the final


Rafael Nadal of Spain won a stunning victory to reach the  final of the on going Australian Open tennis.

Nadal beat G. Dimitrov 6-3 5-7 7-6 (7-5) 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 in a match that lasted almost five hours.
Now the test ahead of his fitness ahead is the grand finale in which he meets 35 years Swiss Roger Federer, who too is looking for a Grand Slam title to start his tennis year with another feather in his cap. 






Nadal, who is attempting to win a 15th major title, has faced Federer 34 times, winning 23 matches. This also includes the 2009 Australian title which he won while playing Federer.


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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Australian Open 2017: Nadal in his first Grand Slam semis in years


Rafael Nadal, the fourteen times Grand Slam winner, has qualified for a Grand Slam final since 2014 after beating Milos Raonic.

The Spaniard bat his Canadian opponent 6-4 7-6 (9-7) 6-4. He now faces 15th seed Grigor Dimitrov on Friday.





Nadal seems to have overcome his injuries that are plaguing him in recent years and have prevented him from defending any of his title. 

If all goes well, Nadal may regain his 2009 title by defeating 35 years old roger Federer who plays his semi against fellow countryman Stan Wawrink on Thursday.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

PIA's ATR-42 aircraft crashes with 47 onboard


A Pakistan International's ATR-42 aircraft (inset above) flight PK 661 coming from Chitral to capital Islamabad crashes near Abbottabad this evening with 47 passengers and crew members on board. The plane on crash caught fire. ATR-42 were acquired by PIA to replace its aging Fokker Friendship aircraft and were used for its flights to its northern areas.

So far there no news of any survivors and 36 dead bodies have been recovered. Since the aircraft crashed in a hilly terrain, the rescue operations are taking time due to difficulties of area and night time





Singer turned religious preacher Junaid Jamshed and his wife were also on the ill fated flight beside three foreigners. 
Junaid Jamshed
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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Pakistan Army's new Chief takes over


In an inmpressive cceremony, the outgoing army chief of Pakistan Army General Raheel Sharif handed over the command baton to the incoming chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa today in Rawalpindi.

General Qamar Javed Bajwa has the distinction of commanding a brigade in Congo as part of the UN peace keeping mission and also commanded Pakistan's largest corps deployed along Pakistan India border and the line of control dividing the Indian held Kashmir and the Azad Kashmir.





General Qamar Javed Bajwa was earlier heading the training and evaluation branch of the GHQ.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Donald Trump trumps Hilary Clinton to win US Presidential Elections

So it is all over - the speculations, rumors and scandals as Donald Trumpo wins the US presidential elections to become the 45th president of the Unioted States of Ameriaca. 

Much to the surprize of many, the flow of the results was continously tilting in Trumps favour and finally Hillary was trumped. 





Now we will have a US president with experience of holding any government office , but a vast experience as TV star. The 70 yeaqrs old Trump will now rule America for four years - but the major question is would he bring peace to the world or add more fuel and weapons to the war torn Middle East?

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Terror attack perishes 61 in Quetta, Pakistan


Pakistan is the most affected country by the terrorists who are funded by countries surrounding Pakistan. Last night three terrorists managed to enter a police hostel in Quetta, Pakistan and before the security apparatus could mobilize, they had already carried out two suicide attacks killing dozens of police men.

Upon charge by the security forces, the third terrorist was also killed, leaving however 61 dead and over hundred wounded. Those who perished also included an army captain.





Security forces also got freed 250 police cadets kept hostage by the terrorists.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

China and Russia did not support India on its accusation of Pakistan as Terror State at BRICS - a big disappointment for India


The recently concluded 9-member BRICS conference at Goa, India has brought nothing to India, rather it rebuffed Indian Prime Minister's effort to drag in Pakistan and ratify it as a terrorist state by Russian and Chinese leaders.

Indian Express writes:
The Prime Minister proclaimed, in his closing statement at the summit, that BRICS member-states were “agreed that those who nurture, shelter, support and sponsor such forces of violence and terror are as much a threat to us as the terrorists themselves”. The BRICS 109 paragraph summit declaration, however, doesn’t have a single sentence reflecting this purported consensus—not even the words “nurture”, “shelter” or “sponsor”.





Thus the Indian PM Modi has just been delivered an unhappy lesson at the  BRICS summit in Goa: though nine-tenths of geopolitics is about bluff, the critical one-tenth is about knowing when to fold, writes Praveen Swami of Indian Express.

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