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The best markets for Christmas shopping

We all love a Christmas market preferably somewhere snowy and crisp with steaming gluhwein, men in funny hats and a fuggy but cosy local hostelry to go back to. The best of them are in Germany and Austria─but we’ve listed Christmas Markets and Christmas holidays all over the world. The best christmas lunches in Delhi Although celebrations reach a crescendo ... Read More »

Israel eases visa rules for Indian tourists, but with a condition

In a bid to attract more Indian tourists to the country, Israel has eased its visa requirements for Indian citizens. However, the relaxed rules would be applicable for Indian citizens who have already availed the Schengen visa (a visa valid for countries like US, Canada and Australia). These tourists would have to undergo lesser documentation when they apply for the ... Read More »

Girls are better than boys at solving problems in teams, finds new global study

Analysts said the findings suggest girls are better equipped for the workplace and are more able to cope with modern ways of working Girls are better than boys at problem-solving in teams, according to the world’s first global study examining the skill. Analysts said the findings suggest girls are better equipped for the workplace and are more able to cope ... Read More »

Spain’s greatest golfer speaks out against continuing Cataluyna tensions

ONE of Spain’s greatest golfers has called for peace amidst rising tensions in Catalunya. Speaking from his home in Florida, Sergio Garcia pleaded for people to come together following a recent rally in Barcelona that saw 750,000 protesters take to the streets demanding the release of the separatist leaders. “As a Spaniard, I think that there’s so many bad things ... Read More »

Internationally renown insurers descend onto Fuengirola for largest expat event of the year

LEADING expat insurer, Liberty Seguros will be one of the main attractions at this years 50 Plus Expo at the IPV Palace Hotel in Fuengirola. The insurers will be on hand offering first-class advise for all of your insurance needs from areas as broad as money, health, property and inheritance. A visit to their stands, number 20 and 21, is ... Read More »

Dead dolphins found off Spain’s southern coast ‘had Alzheimer’s’

DOLPHINS found dead off the Spanish coast ‘had Alzheimer’s’. Scientists from the Universities of St Andrews, Edinburgh, Florida and Oxford, concluded that the dolphins shared the same proteins found in human patients with dementia in the journal Alzheimer’s and Dementia. This is the first study to show the disease in a wild animal as it was previously thought that Alzheimer’s ... Read More »

The Future Looks Bright: Light Pollution Rises on a Global Scale

The world is getting brighter, but scientists say that may not be a good thing. Researchers said on Wednesday satellite data showed that Earth’s artificially lit outdoor surface at night grew by about 2 percent annually in brightness and area from 2012 to 2016, underscoring concerns about the ecological effects of light pollution on people and animals. The rate of ... Read More »

Switzerland, India To Further Boost Research Collaboration

Switzerland, yesterday, said it will join hands with India for the next phase of bilateral cooperation in the field of science and technology. Switzerland, yesterday, said it will join hands with India for the next phase of bilateral cooperation in the field of science and technology. The Swiss government also described India as one of the “emerging global players in ... Read More »

BTech Biotechnology, Taekwondo Gold Medallist, Diver: Shubhangi Swaroop Indian Navy’s First Female Pilot

Hailing from Uttar Pradesh, she holds a BTech Biotechnology degree from VIT University. She will be flying a maritime reconnaissance aircraft. Carving a niche in the history, Shubhangi Swaroop is all set to become country’s first female pilot for Indian Navy. Hailing from Uttar Pradesh, she holds a BTech Biotechnology degree from VIT University. She will be flying a maritime ... Read More »

Cidco CEO Bhushan Gagrani on search panel to appoint MU vice-chancellor

The position of V-C is currently being held as an additional charge by Devanand Shinde, V-C of Kolhapur University, after Sanjay Deshmukh was dismissed over the delay in declaration of results. BHUSHAN GAGRANI, the chief executive officer of Cidco, has been named as the government nominee to the search committee formed to appoint the next vice-chancellor of the University of ... Read More »