Theresa Mays calamitous Conference Speech - compilation

Theresa Mays calamitous Conference Speech - compilation

In possibly the most disastrous conference speech in British political history, UK Prime Minister Theresa May was heckled by a comedian, suffered a prolonged coughing fit and had the party slogan fall off the stage behind her. The under-fire Conservative leader was addressing her partys political members in Manchester, trying to reassure them about Brexit and Britains future. Oct 4, 2017
The Playboy Legend: Hugh Hefner in quotes

The Playboy Legend: Hugh Hefner in quotes

The founder of iconic magazine Playboy, Hugh M. Hefner, died at the age of 91 from natural causes in Los Angeles. Though he was considered disgusting to womenkind for his attitudes on women, relationships and nudity, but he was also an admirable businessman, celebrity and American pioneer. In honor of his passing, here are 10 quotes to celebrate the former California playboy. Sep 29, 2017
Old Telephone

We are painfully disconnected in this seamlessly connected world

Communication channels galore, yet the vast disconnect. When was the last time you actually had a good-old conversation with someone? Or you personally paid a visit to someone? This random rambling revolves around the disconnected lot in this connected world. Sep 8, 2017
Why do hurricanes have names?

Why do hurricanes have names?

Arlene to Earl, even Gaston, hurricanes have been given an eclectic mix of names.Despite the myths you cant put forward names of ex partners, so who does choose them? And why are they named in the first place?  Sep 6, 2017
More than 18,500 Rohingyas flee Myanmar in 5 days as unrest rages

More than 18,500 Rohingyas flee Myanmar in 5 days as unrest rages

The condition of ethnic Rohingya Muslims is worsening in Myanmar. Thousands from the persecuted minority community are attempting to escape to neighbouring Bangladesh even though many fail in their perilous journey. They are often dubbed a stateless minority and are branded illegal immigrants. Aug 31, 2017
Sierra Leone mudslide: Residents evacuate in fear of second mudslide

Sierra Leone mudslide: Residents evacuate in fear of second mudslide

Following the mudslide killing more than 400 people in Sierra Leone on August 14, the Regent area is being evacuated over fears of another deadly mudslide. Hundreds of people in the area near capital Freetown are still searching for lost relatives. Approximately 600 people went missing in one of Africas worst flood disasters. Soldiers and volunteers continue the search for bodies buried in the mudslide. Aid agencies fear corpses in the mud could contaminate water sources. Aug 19, 2017