The British Monarchy Has A Brand New Prince

The British Monarchy has a brand new prince. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton gave birth to a healthy baby boy at 4:24 p.m. Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome healthy baby boy to their royal family. There are 7 Official Ways to Commemorate the Royal Baby’s Birth. Tweets about the Royal baby Continue reading The British Monarchy Has A Brand New Prince

Have You Seen Cruise The World at Greenwich Pier

I love Greenwich and spend lot of time around Greenwich. On 30th April I was just walking on themes path and saw a big cruise at Greenwich Pier. Greenwich Pier is on Thames rives in the London borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom. IN Themes river you find small clipper or boats carrying goods. It happens few time that you get a chance to see the big cruise. The Cruise named is The World.The World is a cruise ship serving as a residential community owned by its residents. Here is the latest photo of The World


Credit for Image: Mohnesh Kohli at Instagram

First Doping Case Olympics 2012

Albanian weightlifter Hysen Pulaku became the first athlete to be ejected from the London 2012 Olympics after testing positive for an anabolic steroid, the International Olympic Committee said on Saturday.The 19-year-old, who was due to compete in the men’s 77kg class, joins a string of athletes who were banned for doping violations before the start of the Olympics. He now faces a possible two-year sanction by the international weightlifting federation. Continue reading First Doping Case Olympics 2012

The First Gold Medal – Olympics 2012

The First Gold Medal – Olympics 2012 goes to Yi Siling. Yi Siling a Chinese shooter won the first Gold Media of the world famous sporting event in the women’s 10m Air Rifle event. The 23-year-old world number one and gold medal favourite lived up to her billing by beating Poland’s Sylwia Bogacka into second place.

A Little about the other events which are going on:-

In the Rowing Event :- British rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning have confirmed their status as gold medal favourites as they stormed into the final of the women’s Pairs in a new Olympic Best.

Table Tennis:-  Lulu, who led out the Vanuatu’s five-strong Olympic team at the opening ceremony, was carrying the support of the ExCel Arena crowd against Ligia Silva. Yet she was unable to overcome the Brazilian, with her exit sealed in a 4-0 defeat.

In the other morning match  Neda Shahsavari, Iran’s first female table tennis Olympian, twice came from behind against Nigeria’s Olufunke Oshonaike, only to lose the decider 11-3.