Top country with most coffee consumption

Posted on April 28, 2017

The physical and health benefits of coffee together with a coffee culture for decades make it a popular drink in most countries. The increase in international prices of the bean is due to high demand for coffee in many households, mostly the developed nations. Based on International Coffee Association figures on coffee consumption, Finland takes the lead in coffee consumption at 9.6 per head followed by the following nations in a descending order Norway, Netherlands, Slovenia, and Austria. The majorRead More

Common Home Tools Used For Terrorism

Posted on April 28, 2017

  Tools are an indispensable part of life in the modern world. Human capabilities are limited by the fact that the body is only able to do so much. Our body is great at doing a few things but not so good at others. The design of the body limits what people can do. Tools allow us to overcome these limitations. They lift the barrier and allow us to accomplish a lot more. Tools are an extension of our ownRead More

Worldwide news about Email automation

Posted on April 27, 2017

Why is email automation worldwide news? It is the best marketing solutions for small, medium and large enterprises because of the positive impact in the industry. The old marketing methods take 60 percent of the entire operations’ budget; the audio and print media took advantage of this to run it as a monopoly. When marketing can be done in the comfort of one’s office and reach a wider international market, there was a sigh of relief among corporate entities. TheRead More

List of top dogs sacrificed to make the world a better place

Posted on April 26, 2017

  The scourge of terrorism has spread its tentacles far and wide, therefore, it forced countries to unite together in order to counter the evil designs of the terrorists. Military and police departments are coordinating with each other to save the lives and properties of the people but do you know that dogs are also playing an important role in identifying the bombs and the miscreants holed up in inaccessible places. If the explosives are timely detected, the bomb squadRead More

Table Tennis in Asia

Posted on April 25, 2017

Table Tennis is a renowned game in the Asian countries. The 48-member continent has a heavy investment on Ping Pong game resulting in marvelous achievements in Table Tennis World Championships. To maintain the legacy, Asia Table Tennis Union was formed in 1972 to define the course of table tennis in the continent. Through the union and in conjunction with the International Table Tennis Championships they hold biennial Asian Table Tennis Championships to get the best players to represent the continentRead More

Grilled Foods For Muslims

Posted on April 23, 2017

Food is essential to survive. It’s the source of energy and the building units of the human body. As such, a healthy diet is an important part of healthy living. However, every now and then, even the most determined of people feel the urge to eat something tasty, even if it’s not healthy. There is a way to satisfy your culinary desires without affecting your diet and weight too badly. Grilled food is an option which is both tasty andRead More

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