WORLD CUP 2019
July 2019 hottest month on record: NOAA
July 2019 was the hottest month ever recorded globally. The previous hottest month on record was July 2016. Nine of the 10 hottest Julys have occurred since 2005. The record warmth also shrank the Arctic and Antarctic sea ice to historic lows. Average Antarctic sea-ice coverage was 4.3 per cent below the 1981-2010 average.
The world has a diamond glut. Why is that a problem?
A growing glut of rough diamonds, coupled with foreign exchange volatility, trade wars a...
Opec sees bearish oil outlook for rest of 2019, points to 2020 surplus
It is rare for Opec to give a bearish forward view on the market outlo...
Room with a vineyard view: When fbb Colors Femina Miss India winners holidayed at Saffron-Stays Parnakuti
The rustic yet contemporary villa offers the perfect escape to bond, unwind and get pampered.
DevOps & Cloud - Collaboration for Success at DevOps India Summit 2019
Xellentro – India’s leading global provider of project and portfolio management consulting and training services announced the successive edition of DevOps I...
Australia woos Indian tourists ahead of T20 world cup in 2020
Visitors from India to Australia reached 367,000 during the year ended May 2019, a 11% growth from the same period in the previous year.
Aishwarya Pissay, first-ever Indian to win FIM Bajas, likes to sketch when not racing
The racer made history as she won the FIM World Cup with 65 points in Hungary.
Flashback 1990: When the world witnessed 17-year-old Sachin Tendulkar's first Test ton
BCCI and ICC took to Twitter to share an image of the cricketer with Manoj Prabhakar.
Real Madrid’s failure to sign Pogba leaves Zidane ‘on the Brink’
There is likely to be more business in the transfer window given how unbalanced Real Madrid’s squad appears, but a mixed summer may already have pushed Zidane to the door.
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