General Knowledge

6 Things That Will Be Illegal in the Next 50 Years 

Your everyday habits could land you a fine or even jail time in the future. So let us know some things that will be illegal in the next 50 years.   1. Gas-powered cars As temperatures around the globe inch up, world leaders are cracking down on the second largest source of climate change: fossil fuels used in transportation, which account for more than half of a typical household’s carbon dioxide emissions. Countries

Cell Phone Rules We Should Be Following, But We Don’t

Cell phones have invaded our classrooms and our bedrooms, our restaurants and our theaters, our offices and our streets. Following are some of the rules to avoid being rude and annoying on your smart phone or a helpful list of cell phone etiquette tips:   1. Don't take a call in the middle of a face-to-face interaction "Cell phones can destroy all your interpersonal dealings," says Graff. You should not

5 Time-Saving Life Hacks For Every Working Women

Who among us is not running low on time? In this fast-paced, hectic and chaotic world in which we live today, there are always too many things to do, too many places to be and too little time to do it all in one. If you’re anything like me, you resent chores and running errands because they pull you away from doing things that are more meaningful to you like

5 Exercise To Build Your Confidence

Confidence is never about size, it’s about feeling good about yourself and exercise is the only natural way to feel that confidence in every part of your body. Here’s how you can do it:   1. Legs – Lunges Tubing strapped to the ankles. Stand with your feet distance apart and hands on your hips. Step forward with one leg, lowering your hips until both knees are bent at about

5 Times Google Saved Lives

Google maps, google translate and many other google apps have been very useful and people have made some amazing findings in the world. However these are few moments when google maps, google street and even google earth have been used by heroes to save themselves and others!   1. Google Translate Saves Russian Nanny from House Fire When the fire department responded to a fire that broke out in Surrey, the

Top 5 Fruits That You Can Grow At Your Place

Home cultivation has been around for a while. People love farming at there place if they have enough place to cultivate one. But these it has gotten a bit difficult due to space crunch. There are people who still even in space crunch decide to grow something of their own. If you are also thinking of growing something at your place why not start with planting fruits in your garden

Top 8 Food Professions You Didn’t Know Existed

The food industry has been growing at a faster rate. As it is growing at a faster rate the requirement of having Food professionals is also increasing at a faster rate. It has given rise to new job openings and opportunities. The food industry has grown 8 times. Now, this industry has plentiful possibilities for those who wish to serve this rich and flavor-full industry in many other ways than

Things You Ought to Know About DNA

Deoxyribonucleic Acid is known as DNA. It is the genetic code that determines all the attributes of a living thing.  To sum it up, your DNA is something that makes you. You get your DNA from your parents, nobody else in the world can have the same DNA as you unless you have a clone. Let’s find out more about what actually DNA is. Let begin with first Structure of DNA.

Top 8 Countries With Least Working Hours

In many developing countries, there are people who have to work around 45-50 hours per week but there are many developed countries in the world where per week working hours are very low.  Despite this, the GDP of these developed countries is much higher than developed countries.  In this article, we are going to visit 8 countries that have least working hours per week in the world. Following are Top 8 countries who

Top 8 Countries Who Pay the Highest Salaries

According to the World Bank,  low-income economies are defined as those with a GNI per capita of $1,005 or less in 2016; lower-middle-income economies are those with a GNI per capita between $1,006 and $3,955; upper middle-income economies are those with a GNI per capita between $3,956 and $12,235; high-income economies are those with a GNI per capita of $12,236 or more this is calculated using World Bank Atlas Method.