The Indian Communications Minister will be leading a strong delegation of manufacturers, industry operators and government officials, and will be joined by the Nigerian Communications Minister, government officials, regulators, along with the Nigerian business community, leaders like yourselves.
THE Governments of India and Nigeria are set to forge closer cooperation in a determined effort to accelerate growth in Information and Communications Technology with a view to boost both countries’ economies through greater penetration and use of advanced technologies and services. Continue reading
25 years old Joan Babson needs your help to be able to undergo a kidney transplant due to kidney failure of both of her kidneys. Joan lost both of her parents at a tender age and she is currently under the care of her Uncle. She can’t afford the weekly dialysis treatment of N20,000 for two sessions every week, She needs N8 to 10 Million Naira to undergo a surgery at India. Continue reading
Human rights activist Irom Sharmila, also known as the “Iron lady of Manipur,” has decided to end her fasting she started in 2000, today Tuesday. She started her strike in 2000, after 10 civilians were allegedly killed by Indian soldiers in the country’s northeastern Manipur state and has been protesting the killings using her hunger strike ever since. Continue reading
For the second time, MultiChoice Nigeria has removed a transgender-themed show from DStv and GOtv. Last year, it was “I Am Jazz“, a docuseries on a transgender teen and now it is Caitlyn Jenner‘s show “I Am Cait“.
Popular reality television programme, “I am Cait” which airs on the E! Channel will no longer show in Nigeria following complaints by Nigerians. Continue reading
Once upon a time there lived snow asian in real life!, amazing actress Sonam Kapoor connected with the heavens for this look from her favorite fashion house Ralph & Russo , pastel blue never looked amazing. The jaw-dropping dress boasts an embroidered train and a one-sleeve cape effect. She has the fashion fever!
Princess Kate Middleton simply looked ravishing in this one of a kind monochrome dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge is currently on a Royal visit in India, alongside her husband Prince William . Continue reading
In what seems to be like one of the most unique pieces I have seen in a very long time, India Goddess, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan couldn’t be missed at the Queen Elizabeth Stakes in a $1,300 Toni Maticevski Striped Magnificent Bodice and $7,029 Layered Metallic Detail Skirt.
Let’s just say that the money spent was really worth the struggle, but really with an angelic face like that could anything look wrong? See more below
Dressed to impress for a glittering Bollywood gala, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are tonight gearing up for a charity dinner with a feast of Indian entertainment full of singers, dancers and even a nod to fashion.
Kate dazzled in a beaded colbat blue gown after sticking with one of her favourite designers, Jenny Packham, but the outfit was especially beaded in India in honour of their royal tour of the country.
It was completed by an exquisite matching cape, which she draped over her shoulders, and bold drop earrings, from luxury Indian jewellers Amrapali. Continue reading
Is Beyoncé trying to pull an Adele, we haven’t heard anything from her in a while lately but she sure did looked amazing in this Indian attire for a video shoot for Coldplay’s Hymn For The Weekend song which he shot in India. More photos….
Khiv Raj Gurjar, from Jodhpur in the Indian state of Rajasthan, has taken extreme yoga to new heights – literally. He spends an hour each day striking yoga poses on a bicycle perched precipitously on the edge of a 300ft cliff.
Kashmea Wahi, an 11-year-old student from the UK, just earned a place among the world’s intellectual 1 percent by getting a perfect score on her IQ test. The test’s maximum score is 161 for adults and 162 for test-takers below the age of 18. To make her achievement even more impressive, her score of 162 puts her two points higher than the likes of Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein.
Just weeks after Beijing declared its first red alert status and initiated emergency restrictions to combat dangerous smog levels, another of the world’s most polluted capitals has implemented similar measures.
Delhi, the capital territory of India, has embarked upon a two-week trial designed to halve the number of privately owned cars on public roads. Under the scheme, four-wheeled vehicles with registration plates ending in odd numbers are prohibited from driving on even dates of the month, and vice versa. Continue reading