A new study has revealed that kids today would rather learn how to operate a computer than to learn how to ride a bike or how to swim. Software maker AVG Technologies conducted a survey amongst 2, 200 women and found that 14 percent of kids aged 4 to 5 could tie their shoes -- compared to 21 percent who knew how to use a smartphone or iPad application.
Among kids aged 2 to 5, 52 percent k Read More
To his believers in this remote corner of Siberia, Sergei Torop, a former traffic policeman, is the literal reincarnation of none other than Jesus Christ. Torop, 48, is the spiritual leader of at least 5, 000 devoted followers, among them intellectuals, artists and professionals who flock to worship him in the small isolated village of Petropavlovka - more than 2000 miles from Moscow. Tor Read More
Rita was standing vigil over her husband's deathbed. As she held his hand, her warm tears ran silently down her face, splashed onto his face, and roused him from his slumber. He looked up and his pale lips began to move slightly. "My darling, " he whispered. "Hush, my love, " she said. "Go back to sleep. Shhh. Don't talk." But he was in Read More
Maintaining a truly close and intimate friendship is a challenging in today's world. People are mostly busy sorting out issues of their own life. In spite of that we all need some good friends to share feeling and mutual interests. Since truly close relationships are so rare, it cannot hurt to learn extra insights into making friendships work. Here are some tips for maintaining a sustaine Read More
You are a corporate victim when...
Your friends are only your colleagues
You begin to have crushes on HR executives in job interviews
When your son calls you “Uncle"
You have a lot of bank balance but no time to spend the money
You keep thinking about the professions of characters of a movie you are watching
You begin to calculate how m Read More