August 2014

Buddhists, Spirituality and Environment

A strong contingent of 600 monks and nuns led by His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa (spiritual head of the Drukpa Lineage) are on a Pad Yatra (walking pilgrimage) from Mumbai to Sanchi via Ajanta Ellora spreading the message of peace,… Continue Reading →

Official Olympic Collector Coins Available in Silver and Gold

Richmond, U.S.A. – The British Royal Mint has announced a distribution deal with Stauer and GovMint to release their official Olympic London 2012 coin collection. Consumers will now be able to collect each of the unique gold and silver coins as a celebration of this year’s… Continue Reading →

New Book Explains The Role Of Nutrition in The NASA Space Program

Houston, U.S.A. — America’s space program has come a long way from the early days when astronauts ate food packed in toothpaste tubes. Today, nutrition is known to be a key ingredient in astronaut health in space, just as it… Continue Reading →

US Intelligence and Its Global Reach

The U.S. spying spat broke in Europe after French reports of U.S. spying spread across the globe with fresh allegations by an Australian news website that Washington used embassies in Asian nations for data collection. The U.S. intelligence operations and strategic… Continue Reading →

New Green Technology Cools Drinks Without the Fridge

Guildford, England — The first dispenser in Europe of drinks using new technology is unveiled at the University of Surrey June 26 by its inventor American entrepreneur Mitchell Joseph. Professor Roland Clift, of the Centre for Environmental Strategy (CES) at… Continue Reading →

NYCLASS Takes It to the Streets Loud and Proud

Besides the tall skyscrapers, the crowds and the Mac Store, 59th street 5th avenue in Manhattan this past summer has had a new addition added. Posters, chants, clipboards and horse costumes. NYCLASS has hit the streets hard this summer to… Continue Reading →

Adidas Cancels Jeremy Scott’s Handcuff Sneakers Amid Racism Controversy

Popular clothing and shoe designer, Jeremy Scott, has found himself in hot water. In collaboration with Adidas, Scott designed a pair of sneakers featuring a cuff that goes around the ankle. Many supporters and critics of both Scott and Adidas… Continue Reading →

NASDAQ Denies Marketing Consultant £1,000,000

Newcastle, England — Dedicated stock market betting site has narrowly missed out on its first million pound winner after regular player Chris Glancey correctly matched seven numbers on the flagship Millionaires game, although the GBP10,000 second prize should help to… Continue Reading →

Lionel Messi: Unappreciated Genius

Genius in sports does not come around every day, and when it does, it should not be hard to recognize and appreciate. When an athlete accomplishes things in a sport that have never been done before and does it in… Continue Reading →

Treatment for Tots

Medication is the new way to level the playing field. What may be a new eerie trend is discussed in a recent New York Times article. Interviewed for the piece, Dr. Michael Anderson prescribes psychotropic drugs for children who are… Continue Reading →

Unemployment Rate Show Real Impact on Young Americans

Washington, U.S.A. — Generation Opportunity, one of the largest grassroots organizations connecting with Millennials through advanced social media outreach and traditional, boots-on-the-ground organizing, announces non-seasonally adjusted (NSA) 18-29 unemployment rate data for July. The youth unemployment rate for 18-29-year-olds specifically… Continue Reading →

American Red Cross Continues Hurricane Sandy Relief Operation

Washington, U.S.A. — The American Red Cross is continuing a major relief operation throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast to shelter and assist people affected by Superstorm Sandy. Millions awoke this morning to power outages, fallen trees, scattered debris, and flooded… Continue Reading →

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