Author: Anubha

Anubha is a prolific writer in everything related to technology and politics.She has a Masters degree in Journalism and can be reached out via Email and Facebook.

The upcoming week starting from Tuesday, 9th September is a little bit freaking one. It’s marking the beginning of palindrome week. It’s not just a week but a set of 10 days when every date is read as the same backward or forward. Date format should be  Month-Date-Year which is specific or unique to a few countries such as the United States. 9/10/19 (91019) -> 9/10/19 (91019) Tuesday 9/11/19 – (91119) -> 9/11/19 (91119) Wednesday 9/12/19 (91219) -> 9/12/19 (91219) Thursday ….and so on. Palindrome Week was first observed in 2011 and ever since 2011, it happens once a…

Read More

The two nations have resumed trade talks after US president Donald Trump created pressure by announcing huge new round of potential tariff. As a response, Chinese firms stopped purchase of US farm produce as stated by Chinese commerce ministry as on August 6th. Furthermore, China is planning to impose additional tariff on US farm products. Trump said, “Beijing has not fulfilled the commitment to buy large volume of US farm products and vowed to impose new tariff on Chinese goods.” The deemed reason of the battle is global economics and technological dominance. The two nations have been engaged in the…

Read More

Little Women (2019) is an excellent recommendation for movie lovers who are fans of the 1995 version, which features Winona Ryder and Christian Bale, or for fans of the novel with the same title by the author Louisa May Alcott. But if you’re neither of the two, then you’re in for a treat! If you’re still wondering whether you should check out the movie, then here are the top 5 reasons why you should. Little Women (2019) Movie Review and 5 Reasons why you should watch it right now 1. Greta Gerwig wrote and directed Little Women If you’re familiar…

Read More

Halloween also termed as all Hallow’s(saint) eve or all saint’s eve is observed on 31st October every year.  The next day to Halloween Eve is November 1, celebrated as all Saint’s day. Both the days’ acclaim saints. There is a third holiday as well to celebrate All Soul’s Day on November 2nd when children go door to door asking for soul cakes. Lets us study the significance of this great festival. Western Christians and many non-Christians around the world celebrate Halloween. The celebration involves children dressing up in obscure costumes and knocking door to door to ask for trick or…

Read More

Recently Google added a new feature in chrome application for your desktop. It allows you to share website links from desktop to your smartphone or vice-versa. After a great response on this feature the company took a step forward and experimented on sharing phone numbers for enhanced user experience. We often look for phone numbers across websites on desktop and dial it on the handset. As reported by android police, Google is planning to make it easier and improve the connectivity between android smartphones and google on your desktop. All you need is google chrome on your desktop and you…

Read More

The popular gaming console Nintendo 64 officially released on 29th September 1996 completes 23 years today. It was a home video game console also termed as N64. Being a fifth-generation console it was developed and manufactured by Nintendo. Prototyped as Ultra 64 before the release in 1996, the prototyped product was different from the final retail version in some ways, the thumbstick of the prototype was significantly large and comfortable to use compared to N64. Characterized by a three-prong design, it’s gaming controller was the central piece of attraction. The console was rectangular in design with a cartridge insert provided…

Read More

About 66 million years ago the event of sudden mass extinction of three quarters of the earth’s plant and animal species was caused by a massive asteroid strike on earth termed as Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event. New research states that this event of mass extinction led to the world’s oceans being disrupted for millions of years. The global species of plankton at the base of the ocean ecosystem were disrupted for 2 million years after the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event, states the scientists examining the fossils records extend across 13 million years using calcareous nannofossils. Furthermore, researchers stated that the loss of…

Read More

The fictional superhero spider man played by Tom Holland will now reappear as an avenger in the marvel cinematic universe, for the third Spider-Man movie. Negotiations have been going on between Sony entertainment studios and Walt Disney Studios. Kevin Feige, the president of marvel studios had announced Spider-Man’s return which also means Spider-Man can now appear in future Avengers movies. Sony and Marvel Studios had been producing homecoming movies together but due to previous financial disagreements during august, it was announced that Spider-Man will not be the part of the marvel cinematic universe. Thus, Tom Holland will appear only on…

Read More