We’ve all heard it, said it, and done it, “Call an UBER!”. The days of waiting for a taxi, or hailing a cab, have never been quite so “trendy”, as it is to call an Uber driver. Sounds most fitting, to have a personal car service arrive at one’s location, with the single speed dial of a number, HOWEVER, be careful before you click that button on your phone.

The colloquial German word “Uber”, is supposed to mean “superior”, and although the San Francisco, California based, global transportation, technology company, Uber Technologies, Inc., gives an impression of such high standard service, it has succumbed to huge problems lately and many legal disputes. (more…)

Nominated to be on the shortlist, in the category of International Best Practices for his system “FIST OF FIRE”, Dr. Mustafa El-Nahrawy, from Egypt, has been selected alongside other outstanding and exceptional candidates, to be held in high esteem, at the 2017 EXCELLENCE FIRE & EMERGENCY AWARDS, in London, England, on December 8th, at One Great George Street, Westminster, UK.

“FIST OF FIRE”, is a new system that suppresses all major fires. Patented by the Ministry of Scientific Research in Egypt, August 2016, it is designed to be mounted on a plane or on giant helicopter. Capable of carrying 15 cubic meters of substance, the system is equipped to extinguish fires with water, foam material or powder, depending on the requirements needed for the specific type of fire. (more…)

The Hindu holiday, Festival of Lights, is a very important holiday to most people living in India, however, U.S. President Donald J. Trump, yesterday paid tremendous respect to the Indian culture too, by celebrating in the Oval Office of the White House.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, and the Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Seema Verma, both Indian-Americans, joined President Trump, at the festivities. In addition, Chairman of the U. S. Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, was present, together with his Principle Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah.

While President Trump lit diyas, he praised the Indian people by recognizing their extraordinary contributions to art, science, medicine, business and education. He especially thanked the Indian- American citizens, who bravely serve in the U. S. armed forces, as well as India – American first responders who serve in their respective American communities.

It was during the Diwali Ceremonial Lighting of the Diya, that President Trump, expressed his sincere appreciation for the Indian people. His greatest accolade was to the leader of India, when he complimented the Hindu people of great faith, who built the world’s largest democracy and emphasized, “I greatly value my strong relationship with Prime Minister Modi.

Daughter Ivanka Trump, was also in attendance and tweeted, she looks forward to her visit to India, at Prime Minister Modi’s kind request, to attend November’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), in Hyderabad.