Sheikh Zayed Bridge


One of the few crossings in the world designed by the late Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, this four-lane, two-directional bridge’s flowing steel arches evoke the fluid movement of sand dunes. The Sheikh Zayed Bridge links the main island of Abu Dhabi to the Arabian Gulf mainland, and so delivers about as grand an entrance to a city as you’ll find anywhere in the world. It’s one of three bridge crossings.


Louvre Abu Dhabi


Given the calibre of the art within, Louvre Abu Dhabi could just as easily have been a grey, featureless box and still draw the crowds. Instead, the intricate, perforated dome designed by Jean Nouvel (Barcelona’s Torre Glòries’ architect) comes very close to upstaging the staggering selection of paintings and objects beneath it. Stunning as it is from afar, it’s not until you step inside that you get to witness the building’s neatest trick: the spectacular light show cast across the museum’s hallways as the criss-crossing canopy meets the near-constant Arabian sun.

Parkland, Florida


Flowers and crosses line a fence near the school on a makeshift memorial for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooting. The suspect in the school shooting escaped the scene by dropping his rifle and backpack and mixing in with the crowd of fleeing students, authorities confirmed at a press conference. Officials also confirmed that the AR-15 rifle he used in the massacre was purchased lawfully in Florida by the gunman over a year ago.

One of many children working in Carolina cotton mills, 1908


In 1908, Hine was commissioned by the National Child Labour Committee to begin documenting young workers across the country. At the time, children were regularly employed on family farms, but Hine’s photographs brought attention to their work as miners, mill workers, and oyster shuckers, and eventually helped lead to the passage of the Fair Labor Standards Act in 1938.

A lady gifts kidney to her husband on Valentines Day


David was diagnosed 13 years ago with auto-immune illness . Last year he was told that he was at the last stage of kidney failure. Doctors gave them options of kidney transplant or dialysis.

On such occasions, David’s wife Maureen promised to give kidney to her husband to save her husband’s life. Maureen is a nurse with profession. There have been several types of tests for the kidney transplant since the last nine months.

On Tuesday, both of them underwent surgery and Maureen kidneys were taken out of their body and transplanted into her husband’s body. A total of 20 minutes of surgery was transplanted. After this, David told that the kidney has started working in his body. There can be no more gifts in his life.