Spectacular scenes observed from around the world amid New Year 2018

Australia was one of the first countries to celebrate as the clock struck midnight before moving across Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and finally the Americas. Fireworks lit up the sky above Sydney Harbour in a massive display that included a rainbow waterfall cascade of lights and color flowing off the harbor’s bridge to celebrate…

Sydney and Auckland kick off the New Year celebrations

Let the party start! Sydney and Auckland kick off the New Year celebrations with stunning firework displays as the world rings in 2018 Millions of people around the world are celebrating the start of the new year with elaborate fireworks displays. Auckland, in New Zealand, was the first major world city to kick off the party…

Who is the most admired President in the history of America? Gallup Poll 2017

Trump trailed former President Barack Obama as the most admired man for 2017, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday, marking one of the very few times in recent history that an incumbent president hasn’t taken the top spot. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are the most admired man and woman in America, according to a Gallup poll….

Issues Samsung most likely to face in year 2018

The Information reports that Huawei is lining up a $100 million advertising drive to go along with the US launch of the Mate 10, and reports from Bloomberg also said that the company is in negotiations with Verizon to also bring the Mate 10 to that network. If Huawei can sell a Galaxy S9-rivaling phone…

Contemporary sanctions on North Korea by United Nations

The latest United Nations sanctions on North Korea are expected to choke its economy still further, but with Washington and Pyongyang showing no signs of stepping back from their face off, observers have warned that the world is running out of options to resolve the crisis. The United Nations Security Council on Friday voted unanimously…

What Trump has achieved after signing tax law just before leaving for Florida?

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump signed the $1.5 trillion tax overhaul into law Friday, using his last moments in the White House before flying to Florida for the holidays to celebrate a much-needed political win. He also signed a temporary spending bill to keep the government running and provide money to upgrade the nation’s missile…