Crazy Optical Illusions That Will Blow Your Mind

Is what you see what you really get? Don’t be fooled, not everything is as it seems. Our senses have limitations and can be bent and twisted. This is especially true of our sense of sight. Pictures can mess with our perspective, making us see one thing over the other or causing immovable objects to move,... Continue Reading →


Everyday Activities That Are Illegal In North Korea

Have you ever wondered what happens behind the North Korean border? It’s one of the most secretive regimes in the world. However, thanks to defectors and spies, we have been able to get at least a small glimpse into daily life within the hermit kingdom of North Korea. These are Everyday Activities That Are Illegal... Continue Reading →

The Most Difficult Languages To Learn In The World

Croatian Croatian is the standardized variety of the Serbo-Croatian language and is one of the official languages of the European Union. It is based on the dialect of Eastern Herzegovinian, which is also the basis of many other languages, including Montenegrin, Standard Serbian, and Bosnian. Hungarian The official language of Hungary, this language... Continue Reading →

Some strange things that are banned in countries

If you want to visit Milan, make sure to smile all the time. The Italian metropolis has imposed a ban on frowning. The city states that it is a legal requirement to smile at all times, except during funerals or hospital visits. Grouches who dare to break this regulation can face a fine. In Lyme... Continue Reading →

The biggest mistake in history of technology

Public launch of Microsoft 98 was failed. Bill Gates was demonstrating Windows 98 at Comdex computer industry trade show in Chicago. When one of employee was attempting to connect scanner to the successor of windows 95. Suddenly unexpected messages were being displayed on the screen and everyone in the room got to know that windows... Continue Reading →

Jaichand Gahadwal – the worst king in Indian history

“Jaichand Gahadwal” ruler of Kannauj, father of“ Sahyogita” yeah Princess of kannauj who eloped with Delhi Naresh ‘Prithviraj Chauhan',Maternal grandfather of Prithviraj Chauhan, Raja Anangpal gave Delhi to him. In this grudge, “Jaichand ”became enemy of “Prithviraj”. He wanted to finish Prithviraj and affair of Prithviraj with Sahyogita came as a big insult to him.... Continue Reading →

Ferrari Employee Are Not Allowed To Buy Ferrari Cars !!!

Ferrari Employee Are Not Allowed To Buy Ferrari Cars !!! Ferrari employees – Yes, I am speaking about Ferrari, the “Italian excellence that makes the world dream”. Owning a Ferrari car and serving in a Ferrari company can be a dream for every car enthusiast. Purchasing Ferrari cars is not only an expensive dream but... Continue Reading →

Some unbelievable geographical facts

The Dead Sea is sinking at about one meter per year and is currently 429 meters below the sea level. Russia is so big that there are 11 time zones. Russia is 115 times bigger than the size of Bangladesh but still it has 10 million people lesser than the puny country. Russia’s surface area... Continue Reading →

Different country’s embassies in India

USA Embassy in New Delhi Pakistan Embassy in New Delhi British Embassy in Chennai Poland Embassy in New Delhi Turkish Embassy in New Delhi Nepal Embassy in New Delhi switzerland Embassy in New Delhi Russian Embassy in New Delhi Iranian Embassy in new Delhi Bhutanese Embassy in New Delhi Thai Embassy in Delhi Bangladesh Embassies... Continue Reading →

Nation which is going to dominate in the 21st century

Geographical borders of countries change and a century is a lot of time for many new countries to be created, some even transforming themselves to a superpower. It is believed that, one nation that would dominate the 21st century is Germany. Let us see how will that work. For a nation to dominate the world,... Continue Reading →

Graphene – The game changing material in electronics industry

Take a paper and draw a line using pencil. What do you see? A line of graphite on the paper. But if you look closely at the line using microscope, you can see a stack of thick layer of carbon atoms bonded together to form a hexagonal honeycomb lattice. Pic: Graphite Layers In 2004, Two... Continue Reading →

8th August 1942: The Quit India Movement

On 8th August 1942, Mahatma Gandhi launched the Quit India Movement for freedom from British rule in Mumbai (then Bombay). The Quit India Movement, also known as the August Movement was a Civil Disobedience Movement launched by Gandhi for Satyagraha (independence). The movement was accompanied by a mass protest on non-violent lines, in which Gandhi... Continue Reading →

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