Have you ever wondered how India would be 5 years from now, keeping the rapid increase in tech, science and gaming in mind. YB gives you an insight of India 2020. Get ready to unfurl the surprise.
-In the next few years, we will have laptops that will respond to voice command. Humans will not have to use their hands for anything. Our voice will be accepted as the password.
- We will have fully robot operated restaurants. Humans will be dependent on technology....
Flower Parade Of Colombia
Medellins Flower Festival of Colombia, is an annual flower parade that attracts 8 lakh people from around the world. It started in the 19th Century, with the tradition of people carrying the sick and elderly on their back. Then the elderlies were replaced with flowers, as they are equally delicate. The 2.4 kms long parade showcases beautiful floral arrangements, and the best one is awarded.
Google Gets An Indian Ceo
Pichai Sundararajan (43) from Chennai...
The Guinness World Records book also has several weird records in its kitty. Have a view of the weird ones.
Apples crushed with biceps
It includes the most apples crushed with the bicep in one minute. The record is in the name of Linsey Lindberg of Texas, US.
Largest Yo-Yo The largest yo-yo is 11 feet, 9 inches in diameter and weighs 2095 kgs. It was made by Beth Johnson and was included in the Guinness World Records 2015 edition.
Lee Weir of...
The rainy season becomes beautiful with the colourful fluttering butterflies in the air. YB connects the colourful creature to its rich beliefs around the world.
If you have a secret wish then all you have to do is capture a butterfly and whisper your wish into its antenna. When you release the butterfly it will flutter to a spirit and your wish will be granted.
Devon is not considered to be a good place for butterflies. As people believed...
Hubble is one of NASAs most successful and long-lasting science missions. As it completes 25 years, YB unleashs some fascinating facts about hubble.
In 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched in honour of astronomer Edwin Hubble. He was a great scientist who discovered that the universe was expanding beyond our Milky Way.
Hubble is a giant camera but it doesnt use film. Its instruments capture the light from the universe with electronic detectors so it is basically a giant...
There are people around the globe, who decided to nestle as close, as they can be to nature. But some of them can be termed the most uninhabitable places, have a look at these magical settlements.
Aogashima, Philippine Sea
This is a tropical volcanic island in the Philippine Sea, which lies on the upper surface of the Class-C volcano. This last erupted in the 1780s, and it proved fatal for half of the people living on the island. 50 years later, the inhabitants who had escaped...
Africa The second largest continent on earth boasts of rich wildlife. It is home to some of the most fascinating animals in the world. No other continent in the world offers such diverse wildlife.
Did you Know?
There are over 1,100 different species of mammals in Africa and over 2,600 species of birds.
Some of the fastest land animals live in Africa. The fastest is the Cheetah at 70 mph followed by Lion and Thomson Gazelle at about 50 mph.
Africas BIG 5
Worlds Rarest And Most Valuable Stamp On Display
This 1856 British Guiana One-Cent Magenta stamp might not appear special to you. But for the philatelists (stamp collectors) this stamp is one of a kind treasure. According to auction firm Sotheby, this is not just the worlds most expensive stamp sold at an auction but also its most valuable object by weight and size!
Worlds First Solar Road
The worlds first solar road has been constructed in Netherlands. It is a bike path...
1 year Modi Government
Prime Minister Narendra Modis government has successfully completed the first year of its governance on 26th May 2015. His government has showed growth in the slow economy of India. The PM is trying his best for a corruption-free India. We hope for a better India in future.
Worlds Youngest Lecturer of Animation
Aman Rehman (13) has been announced Worlds Youngest Lecturer on animation by Ripleys Believe it or Not. He has made an animation film Tribute...