Board Game in a Comic Book
Posted by Mitchell Johnson / September 11, 2015

 Leo and Capri are two humanoid parrots, who are the lead characters of a new comic book series conceptualized by Mysore Lakshman Amarnath, a dreamer and artist.   So you have  brightly colored panels that tell of the adventures of Leo and Capri  which always ends in one of the parrots encouraging the other by telling a moral story. Something like Aesop’s Fables or the older Panchatrantra.   The comic serves a twofold purpose. First we have the entertaining tale of the misadventures of two parrots a...

1. Australia is as wide as the distance between London to Moscow. 2. The biggest property in Australia is bigger than Belgium. 3. More than 85% of Australians live within 50km of the coast. 4. In 1880, Melbourne was the richest city in the world. 5. Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest woman, earns $1 million every half hour, or $598 every second. 6. In 1892, a group of 200 Australians unhappy with the government tried to start an offshoot colony in Paraguay to be called ‘New Australia. 7. The first photos from the 1969 moon landing were...

Facts about the Himalayas
Posted by lavanya bharathy / July 20, 2015

 1. The word ‘Himalaya” in Sanskrit means abode of snow. 2. The geological age of the Himalaya is approximately 70 million years. It is the youngest Mountain Range in the world. 3. According to Hindu mythology, God Shiva resides in the Himalaya. 4. Nameha Barwa peak is the ...

  THIS IS NOT LIKE THE FLINTSTONES China is one of the fastest growing and technologically evolving nations in the world – with high-tech building industries flexing their ample construction muscles for the past decade in places like Beijing and Shanghai, it’s pretty unbelievable that tens of mi...

1. More people have access to a mobile phone than a toilet. 2. Every year, developing countries are robbed of more than $1 trillion that could fight poverty, disease and hunger. 3. More than one-third of Africa lacks clean water. ...