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US Presidency New Candidates: Former CEO and Neurosurgeon

Carly Fiorina, 60 years old, has been HP’s executive director in 1999-2005; under her leadership, HP has become the largest computer manufacturer in the world. She retired from HP after the dismissal of tens of thousands of employees and a sharp fall in share prices. Former executive director of...

ExxonMobil continues the good fight against Malaria

The battle for eradicating malaria is on. ExxonMobil continues to fight relentlessly against the disease worldwide grip. The good news is that its efforts are now having a measurable impact. Mortality rates due to malaria have come down dramatically. But the war, is not won yet, and ExxonMobil...

Where the Happiness Lies

According to World Happiness Report 2015, which revises a number of influential economists, the happiest people live in Switzerland, Iceland, Denmark and Norway. And just only one of these countries is a member of the European Union. Perhaps the Scandinavian countries have some secret unknown to...

Chinese Built a Skyscraper in 19 Days

A company from China has built a 57-storey skyscraper in 19 working days. According to the Associated Press, a rectangular building of glass and steel has been built in the central district of Changsha, Hunan Province. The workers were building three floors a day, using a modular approach....

Housing prices shoot up in UK, Australia

House prices have climbed higher in the UK for the month of April according to data from a major mortgage lender. The annual house price growth edged up to 5.2 per cent in April from March’s 5.1 per cent. The average UK house price is now a £193,048 – the highest on record. Lack of supply and...

South Africa releases first Lion population report to public

South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs has released for public comment its first-ever Biodiversity Management Plan for lions titled Panthero Leo. The proposed plan is outlined in the government’s vision for the South African lion population. While African range lions have declined...

UK leader puts down new EU policies on illegal migrants

British politician and leader of the UK independent party Nigel Farage has claimed that half a million Islamic extremists could cross the Mediterranean and gain access to the UK as a result of the new EU policies to address the migrant boat crisis. The leader had been vocal about his...

Comcast NBC Universal is making change happen through its Comcast Cares Day

Across the globe, friends, families and volunteers, from Comcast NBC Universal along with its many partners will be coming together and joining hands to uplift, beautify and bring about a positive changes in their respective communities, all over the world. Comcast Cares Day is the single largest...

Water a political tool in Mexico

Mexico’s water resources are nearing depletion and at the same time they are highly polluted. Untreated industrial effluents are dumped in rivers and majority of the quantity that is available is passed on to industries and for agricultural purposes, leaving the citizens dry and high. Although...

Over-exploitation of our Ocean is leading to degradation of our $24 trillion wealth

The oceans harbour huge riches which needs to be managed and not just exploited. As per a report, 90% of the ocean’s global fish stock is either over-exploited or fully exploited. Unless this pattern is put to end, our very survival as a species is questionable. As per a new report released by the...
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