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At the 2007 FOLIO: show, I met Bryan Monroe, the editorial director of Ebony and Jet magazines. His name, though, I already knew as the National Association of Black Journalists president, or, more to the point, the guy who held Viacom and NBC’s feet to the fire over the Imus/Rutgers’ women/”nappy-headed ‘hos” debacle. Since Imus’ recent return to the airwaves, I thought posting the video interview above now seemed prescient.
PixabayEven though there are no scientific proofs, many spiritualists and extreme religious believers used to claim that life after death is a reality, and death is just the beginning of an eternal journey. To substantiate their claims, they used to cite examples of near-death testimonials where the victim might have experienced something weird and unbelievable. Such a near-death experience (NDE) testimonial shared by a man named Bernard is now the hottest debating point among spiritualists and afterlife believers.In a testimonial shared to NDERF (Near Death Experience Research Foundation) website, Bernard shared his near-death experience after a heart attack. As per Bernard, everything around him became completely dark after the heart attack, and later, he woke up in an area which is very similar to space.Soon, two powerful beams of lights accompanied Bernard, and he believes that these light sources were actually angels.”Two angels appeared one on either side of the light. They appeared to be just like the light, only they were in human form. They didn’t have wings or anything like that. They were just beings that were made of the light. The light and the angels were so bright that it should have blinded me, but it did not hurt to look at them. Nor did I want to look away. It was the most beautiful, glorious sight I have ever seen. No words can accurately describe the beauty it held,” wrote Bernard on his near-death experience testimonial.He also revealed that one of the angels he saw seems very similar to his grandmother.”One of the angels looked very similar to my grandmother who passed away but with a younger and more vibrant appearance. This angel that appeared to be my grandmother, motioned to me to come to her. I began to rapidly accelerate towards the angels and the light. It was pure bliss. Then all of a sudden I regained consciousness. Being back in my body felt painful, disgusting and awkward. I just wanted to go back to where I was before. I begged for God to just take me back. I did not want to be alive on earth anymore,” added Bernard.The testimonial shared by Bernard has now gone viral on online space, and many people consider it an authentic proof of life after death. However, medical experts have dismissed these claims stating that these visual hallucinations are the result of survival technique adopted by the human brain.During life-threatening events, the oxygen supply to the brain decreases drastically, and at this time, the survival trick adopted by the brain is resulting in these visual hallucinations.
Leading mobile application-based cab service provider Ola has announced raising $500 million (Rs.3,306 crore) to fund its expansion plans in India, including capacity building.”The fresh investment will be used to fuel supply initiatives, capacity building and newer use cases,” the company said in a statement here.The sixth (series F) round of funding was led by venture firm Baillie Gifford and other venture firms Falcon Edge, Tiger Global, SoftBank group and DST Global participated.”The additional funds will help us to spur growth and build mobility for a billion people,” Ola co-founder and chief executive Bhavish Aggarwal said.With a million bookings a day and 350,000 cars on its rolls, the Mumbai-based Ola operates in 102 cities across the country, offering cab services with incentives.”We will also focus on building the ecosystem for our driver-entrepreneurs and enable more drivers to grow as entrepreneurs,” Aggarwal asserted.With the latest funding, the hi-tech-driven firm has cumulatively raised $1.3 billion so far, with $400 million in fifth round (series E) from DST and other venture partners in April, $210 million in fourth round (series D) from SoftBank and others in October 2014.Tiger Global, Matrix Partners, Steadview Capital, Sequoia India, Accel Partners US and Falcon Edge are among its early investors.According to a recent mobile intelligence study, the company’s mobile applications (apps) are used by 78 percent of its customers across the country, including tier-two and tier-three cities.Some of the apps are named Ola Share, Ola Prime and Ola Money and its options are ‘Kaali-Peeli’ taxis in Mumbai, auto rickshaws in six cities and yellow taxis in Kolkata.”Our Ola Share app is on beta testing in Bengaluru for social ride-sharing option within their groups of choice,” Aggarwal noted.Aggarwal co-founded Ola with fellow IITian Ankit Bhati in January 2011, with an app to integrate city transportation for customers and drivers on a technology platform.The apps are available on Windows, Android and iOS platforms for downloading.Ola acquired Bengaluru-based cab aggregator TaxiForSure for $200 million (Rs.1,238 crore) in a cash and equity deal in March this year from its co-founders A. Radhakrishna and G. Raghunandan.TaxiForSure operates in 50 cities across the country with 25,000 cabs registered on its platform as an aggregator.