The Millennium City is considered as the hub for professional and amateur golfers in India. It is a title that Gurgaon has earned with world-class learn-and-play services at its various golf courses. From ITC Classic Golf Resort to Karma Lakelands and Tarudhan Valley Golf Resort, this city has plenty of […]Read more ›
Articles by: Paul Linus
Paul Linus is an eminent online journalist who has been writing news, features and editorials on different websites from across the world for about a decade.
In one of the new studies researchers have found eating hot chilli peppers could help to live longer. Details of the study are published in the PLoS ONE journal. It writes the researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont found 13 percent lower risk of […]Read more ›
British Prime Minister Theresa May is learned to have made several phone calls to many European Union leaders including Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel. PMO spokesman said, “Chancellor Merkel and President Hollande both welcomed the Prime Minister’s commitment to the continuing strength of the EU, and her intention to negotiate […]Read more ›
BREAKING: Nigerian Fighter Jet Mistakenly Drops Bomb On Refugee Camp; 100 Dead Nigerian fighter jet was on a mission to bomb Boko Haram, but mistakenly dropped the explosives on a refugee camp on Tuesday, killing more than 100 refugees and injuring about 100 others. Among the dead were refugees, aid […]Read more ›
The market is waiting patiently to hear the outline priorities of British Prime Minister Theresa May for Brexit following which the country will leave a single market and remain away from the policies of European Union bloc. According to prime minister’s office, the country would not look for such a […]Read more ›
Former Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa said all the African countries must join China to curb elephant ivory trade. His statement came after the walk organized by Chinese embassy in Dar es Salaam to support the decision of China in banning domestic ivory trade. Some of the African countries accused the […]Read more ›