Monday, May 24, 2010

A step towards a synthetic life

Scientists have created a new-engineered synthetic cell.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

CUBA : A step towards privatisation

Cuba is taking first step towards privatisation by handing over hundreds of state-run barbers shops and beauty saloons to the employees.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A Pedophile Priest

Pop Benedict has been accused of concealing the rape of 200 deaf boys by a priest at a Catholic school.
Original Version

Child Abuse Scandal:The Franciscan Brothers Centre in Cordoba

The Franciscan Brothers of Catholic order has been running Care homes across Spain for the last half century looking after the sick and needy children.Today the Catholic order ‘s centre in Cordoba is accused of child sex abuse.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Child abuse Scandal: The monk Of Carmelite

Original Vearsion by Nisar khan

Monday, May 17, 2010

Trim your hair to prevent ecological disaster

A San Francisco - based organisation is collecting hair from saloons and barbershops to make oil spill absorbing mats .

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Prime Minister Of Japan

Prime minister of Japan Yukio Hatoyama is under fire for wearing a red, yellow, green,purple and blue long sleeved checked shirt.
First the Prime minister wore a heart and pink outfit and then he appeared in plaid cheeked shirt. The Japanese fashion police wait for the next surprise.
Smile by Nisar Khan

Friday, May 14, 2010

Offshore Drilling: The presence of a shadow

The BP officials claim that the crude is leaking at the rate of 5000 barrels a day in the Gulf of Mexico. According to the independent experts the oil spill could be up to 70 000 barrels a day.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Offshore Drilling: Another Surprise

There was another unpleasant surprise waiting with a typical mocking smile .
Ancient Demons by Nisar Khan

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A Milestone

Conservative leader David Cameron is named Britain new prime minister. He announced a collation with the Liberal Democrats to form “strong & stable government.”
Hope by Nisar Khan

A Smooth Move


Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Wall Street Gains

The global shares jumped after European finance ministers agreed on measures to stop the Greek debt crisis affecting other countries.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Colourful Celebrations

NATO countries took part in Russia ‘s Red square parade to mark the 65th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany. I live to see the day when British soldiers marched in Moscow and German Chancellor Angela Markel celebrated Russian victory.
Ghost of the past

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Bishop: A good name for a dirty man

The Pop accepted resignation of German Bishop Walter Mixa. The bishop was accused of sexual abuse, hitting children in his care & misusing money donated to an orphanage.
Original Version

British Elections

British election failed to produce a ruling majority.

An Ordinary Day


Friday, May 7, 2010

Warning Of Financial Tsunami

The Greek financial crises sent shockwaves all over the world.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Greece Crises: Highly Paid Ghost Worker

Greece Crises: " Stop Strangling Small Businesses"

Greece Crises: " Bring them to Justice"

The angry crowd on Athens streets shouted,
“People responsible for the financial disaster should be brought to justice”.

Greece Crises: "Stop Corruption"

Greek people are going to pay the price for corruption and government spending that they did not benefit from. An angry Greek screamed, “stop corruption.”

Monday, May 3, 2010

Roman Catholic Church In Mexico

Pop Benedict appoints a special envoy to run a Mexican Catholic order whose founder abused minor age seminarians and fathered three children with two women.
Original Version

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Icelandic Volcano

According to the scientist, Icelandic volcano is still blowing out a slow stream of ash.