61 goals Ronaldo wins World’s Best Footballer!

  Cristiano Ronaldo for the third time, won the FIFA Ballon d’Or award for 2014 on Monday, earning the title of world’s best football player. ‘I want to become one of the greatest players of all time,’ Ronaldo  said through a translator in his acceptance speech. ‘Of course, this requires a lot of effort and I hope…

India’s ISRO Mars orbiter programme team wins Space Pioneer Award

  India’s Mars Orbiter  launched on  5 Nov, 2013 that went into Mars Orbit on 24 Sep 2014 achieved no other country has ever done – an Indian Spacecraft orbited around Mars on maiden attempt and also transmitter full-disk colour imagery of Mars from its elliptical orbit using  a high apoapsis  a high resolution camera.…

Hailed a Hero – the Muslim shop assistant who helped save lives…..

Life saver Lassana Bathily The siege in the Hyper Cacher supermarket near the Porte de Vincennes in Paris involved a life-saver – Lassana Bathily,  who saved at least 15 Jewish customers’ lives, including those of  two children.  He herded them into a basement cold store and hid them from the gunman.  The Mali-born man’s actions…

Public welcome for Chinese President Xi Jinping after six decades

  Chinese President Xi Jinping is on a three-day visit to India after six decades gets public welcome. His visit will focus on significantly ramping up trade and investment between the World’s largest exporter and emerging  economy. The visit will also focus on the lingering historic bordering issues between the two countries. Since the late 1970s…

Higher starting salaries for graduates in 2015

The UK’s leading employers expect to recruit significantly more graduates in 2015, and are offering 9% more entry-level vacancies than last year – the biggest annual rise in graduate recruitment for four years. According to AGR Graduate recruitment  research out , at Unilever, their future leaders programmes which includes  Research and development – a graduate could start…

Over 3.3m people have taken part in Unity marches across France

More than 1.6million people linked arms with 40 world leaders  flocked to the  French capital and took part in a march in defiance of terrorists in a moving tribute to the 17 people killed in terror attacks  during three days of deadly attach in Paris last week.  President Francois Hollande, British Prime Minister David Cameron  and…