Perhaps it is not the specific attributes of certain individuals to feel tired out of the blue, for no reason in particular. There was no exercise of any sort done recently, nor has there been any particular mental task that required so much thinking that it strains the body for just supplying oxygen to the brain. A person can just sit there, surf the Internet, be completely passive for a couple of hours, and still manage to feel absolutely tired out in a short period of time. It really makes the person think about exactly what is causing the energy drain.
Saturday, May 16, 2015
at 2:19 PM
A series of quakes that jolted Nepal and caused massive damages across the country has led to widespread attention to the South Asian country in the recent months. This is backed by rapidly spread of photographs from the quake zone, showing extensive destruction and difficulties in rebuilding. Organizations, both official and private from across the world, have been quick to provide the necessary aid to the country. The author, who has enjoyed his travels to Nepal not that long ago, doubtlessly have his own share of sympathies for tourism-dependent country.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
at 4:20 PM
Today, the Russians celebrate the 70th Victory Day, their edition of the World War II defeat of Nazi Germany, with a huge military parade in the Red Square at the center of Moscow, as well as central areas of all major cities that had important roles in the pivotal and brutal conflict. Given the ongoing standoff in Ukraine, the hitherto Western allies of the Russians will neither be present not pleasantly following the parade from afar. The presence of the Chinese and Indian leaders at the parade will further establish a view, among the mainstream media at least, of entrenched split of the Allied camp in the 21st century.
Monday, May 4, 2015
at 8:08 PM
The guidebooks describe the traffic jams of Old Town Dhaka as "mesmerizingly hectic," a place where roads can be blocked off completely with just presence of bicycle rickshaws and nothing else. Indeed, the narrow, winding lanes of the Old Town, euphemistically termed "roads," can hold no more than one and a half rickshaws by width. Yet, as the rickshaws navigate the tiny lanes, dodging streetside stands, pedestrians, and other rickshaws in the process, what is noticeable is that the presence of these physical obstacles may not be the biggest obstacles slowing down traffic.