Saturday 04th October
The Queen Mary 2 is the largest ocean liner in the world. It is the first major ocean liner built since Queen Elizabeth 2 in 1969.
India’s Mars orbiter has sent a picture of regional dust storm activities over the northern hemisphere of the Red Planet.
A new health study by medical researchers has found out that nighttime is the right time for cancer to grow and spread in the body.
A 500-year-old banyan tree has been accorded tourist spot status at Sakhibata in Kendrapara district. The gigantic tree is spread across 1.3 acres.
Sunday 05th October
Lake Baikal in southern Russia is the world’s deepest lake. It is 5,314 feet deep (1,637 meters) and it’s bottom is at 4,215 feet (1,285 meters) below sea level.
Researchers from the Brain Mind Institute have found a fundamental synaptic mechanism that explains the relationship between chronic stress.
The Oberoi in Gurgaon has been voted World’s Leading Luxury Hotel for the third consecutive year by the World Travel Awards held in Doha, Qatar.
An adventure holiday gave Sydneysider Ashley Newland all the impetus he needed to invent the “world’s smallest washing machine”.
Monday 06th October
The Watkins Glen International Raceway in New York is 3.4 miles in length and has only eleven turns, but makes for one of the most challenging.
Tourists visiting Dhanushkodi, the southern-most tip of this holy island can now enjoy a four-wheel bike drive on the beach sands.
Turkish archaeologists have discovered a 1,200-year-old wooden object which they claim is an ancient equivalent of a tablet computer.
Typhoon Phanfone lashed Japan, causing 12 to 15 foot waves on the northwest coast.
Tuesday 07th October
British-American researcher John O’Keefe won the Nobel Medicine Prize with a Norwegian couple, Edvard and May-Britt Moser.
There are more gadgets in the world than there are people, including a growing number that only communicate, according to data at GSMA Intelligence.
At least 300 tons of the old Bay Bridge will live on in California public art projects that could include anything from light poles or street benches to large sculptures.
The device was found within the remains of one of the 37 ships unearthed in the Yenikapi area of Istanbul, the Turkish capital.
Wednesday 08th October
Italian street artist Mimmo Rubino, transformed a concrete mixing truck into a vibrant work of mobile art.
A pair of experimental, oral antiviral drugs is safe and highly effective in the treatment of hepatitis C, a liver-damaging infectious disease, scientists have found.
A defective sense of smell appears to be a good predictor of dying within five years, a new study has found.
Named after Japanese legend Ronin 47 series of motorcycles consists, naturally, of only and exactly 47 individually built bikes.
Thursday 09th October
Artist Alex Chinneck created illusion by making a building at one of London’s busiest tourist districts hover in mid-air.
The study, from the international Genetic Investigation of Anthropometric Traits (GIANT) Consortium has revealed that more than half of the factors involved in determining height of a person.
Eighty seven year old Johanna Quaas is a regular competitor in the amateur competition Landes-Seniorenspiele staged in Saxony, Germany.
A recent study suggests that women whose personalities tend toward the neurotic run a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Friday 10th October
Lip-reading computers that unlock with a word may soon become a possibility after a new study has found that every person moves their lips a little differently when they speak.
China’s latest attraction is a glass-bottomed suspension bridge in Pingjiang county, in the province of Hunan, southern China.
New scientific study shows the mind can stay active minutes after body shuts down, University of Southampton boffins claim.
India along with Japan, the US, China and Canada will start work on the world’s biggest telescope on Hawaii Island.