Author: Harish Kumar Periyasamy

Chocolate May Be Extinct by 2050 Due to Climate change.

Latest foresight from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says that cacao trees (which grow chocolate-producing cocoa beans) will probably go extinct as early as 2050 because of climate change. Cacao trees are unique among the tropical plant world; they require particular conditions to cultivate and grow. According to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), cacao trees can only grow within 20 degrees of the equator, which is either north or south, that is in areas with constant humidity and rainfall. Almost significant part of the world’s cocoa beans come from two countries in West Africa, Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana. Both...

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Top 10 Searches in Google 2017 India

Top 10 Searches in Google 2017 India: 2017 has been a wonderful year and as you all know Google search engine tops the list always and there is no competition to near it. Google India has published their Top 10 searches in Google 2017 for each category. No surprise “Sunny Leone” tops Google search in Entertainment category. Should we feel proud or think worse for people searching more for Sunny Leone. Anyway, there are other categories which have also been a surprise. Here is the list of Top 10 searches for each category. Please comment the search which you...

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Watch the new trailer for legendary director Steven Spielberg “Ready Player One”

Ready Player One: When the creator of a virtual reality world called OASIS dies, a video is released after that, in which he challenges all the game users to find a hidden Easter Egg in the game, which will give the finder his wealth. Wade finds the first hint and starts a race for the Easter Egg. Director: Steven Spielberg Initial release: 30 March 2018 (USA) Adapted from: Book named “Ready Player One” Music director: John Williams, Alan Silvestri Production companies: Warner Bros., Amblin Entertainment, Amblin Partners, Village Roadshow...

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Rajasthan SHOCKER: Man thrashed, burnt to death over ‘love jihad’

In a shocking event in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand, a man was burnt to death over accusations of ‘love jihad’. To make things worse, the man who set the person on fire shot a video of the incident and circulated it on social media. The victim is seen in the video being struck with a sharp object several times before being set on fire. While an India Today column has said that the victim has been identified as Mohammed Bhatta Sheikh. TimesNow news has said that the deceased’s is recognized Mohammed Afrazul (48), who hailed from Malda. In the second video,...

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