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The art of music enriches soul and spirit of listeners. Traditionally, music can be found everywhere, it needs no boundaries. Music brings peace to innumerable people around the world it helps to develop creativity and gives new avenue of expression. A remarkable rise in the popularity of Music Festivals is spreading around the world. Music festivals and events help to create a sense of community and build connection between people belong to different creeds and cultures. This trend clearly shows the globalization of music culture, with trends and tastes no longer being restricted by language and borders.

Robotic ants the size of a human hand that work together could be the future of factory production systems. The developers, German technology firm Festo, say it's not just the unusual anatomy of real-world ants that inspired the bionic version - the collective intelligence of an ant colony was also something they wanted to replicate.
A diminutive songbird weighing the equivalent of just three teaspoons of sugar can fly over the north Atlantic, scientists said on Tuesday, resolving a 50-year mystery. The tiny superbird is the blackpoll warbler (Setophaga striata), they reported in the journal Biology Letters. Tipping the scale at a mere 12 grammes (4.2 ounces), the white-throated, black-capped bird migrates each autumn from New England to South America.
Countries looking for cheap earthquake warning systems might want to try apps and smartphones after scientists discovered that smartphones could be used as an affordable alternative to sophisticated earthquake monitoring networks. The Global Positioning Systems (GPS) in smartphones could detect earthquakes and trigger warnings seconds before the strongest waves from the quake begin, researchers wrote in Friday's American-based journal Science Advances.
"This is the short and the long of it," as William Shakespeare wrote in "The Merry Wives of Windsor." A play called "Double Falsehood" published in 1728 by a man who claimed it was based on a lost Shakespeare play but has long been dismissed as a forgery may indeed be the real deal. University of Texas researchers have unveiled a sophisticated new study of "Double Falsehood" that used text-analyzing software that helped create a "psychological signature" of the playwright.
Slip into the driver's seat and feel at home: comfy seats and handsome bodywork lure buyers into the showroom. But if a new car does not smell right, the sale may never complete. All the carmakers employ olfactory experts, co-called aroma chemists, to create complex mixtures of chemicals that, when combined, give a recognizable and attractive interior smell. It ensures potential customers feel at ease, without being able to say exactly why.
Relaxed, cool, maybe posing against a spectacular backdrop or with celebrity-style affectation: The projected image of the selfie is a social and professional calling card - and it was hardly different for the pioneers of the self-portrait. What we now momentarily create and circulate on the internet with the click of a button was once an art work in itself, demanding days or weeks of toil with brush, palette and oils.

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyApril
Trade Balance $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 28, 2015
Reserves $17.494 bln