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Global Hunger Index: India Ranks 101, Behind Pak, Nepal, Bangladesh

October 16, 2021 12:09

India ranked 101 out of 116 countries in the 2021 Global Hunger Index – its rank fell from 94 the last year 2020. The country was also behind its neighbours Pakistan (ranked at 92 position), Nepal(ranked at 76 position) and Bangladesh. This year, the report accessed data from 135 countries however evaluated only 116 of […]

60 Canadians In Clench Of Mysterious Brain Syndrome

November 8, 2021 02:38

The world has been reeling with a pandemic for the past year, and it seems that health-related crises are here to stay.  In a Canadian territory in Montreal, 60 individuals are hit with a  blend of symptoms which includes insomnia, impaired motor function, and hallucinations such as visions of the dead. A few conspiracy theories […]

Enjoy Today As Dropping Oxygen Will Eventually Suffocate Life On Earth

October 11, 2021 12:21

Today life is flourishing on our oxygen-rich planet, but Earth wasn’t always that way – and scientists have predicted that, in the future, the atmosphere will revert back to one that’s rich in methane and low in oxygen. This probably won’t happen for another billion years or so. But when the change comes, it’s going […]

Bosnian Man Builds Rotating House For His Wife

October 10, 2021 18:46

Taking the saying, ‘Your wish, my command’ to another level, a Bosnian self-taught innovator has built a rotating house for his better half who had wanted an expanded view from their family house. Tired of the frequent refurbishing of the house Vojin Kusic, 72, decided to build a rotating house for his wife to have […]

This World Post Day, Know About 10 Rarest Stamps

October 9, 2021 20:03

World Postal Day is celebrated every year on 9 October. This year’s theme of World Post Day is Innovate to Recover. People relied on the postal services during the lockdown that was imposed due to the covid-19 breakout. Hence, this year’s theme is to encourage more people to use the postal and gather ideas for […]

Looking Forward To Receiving Vaccines From India: Columbian Envoy

October 9, 2021 13:34

Colombian Ambassador to India Mariana Pacheco on Saturday said that her country is looking forward to receiving vaccines from India. “We met with Indian pharmaceutical, biotech companies not only to explore the transfer of technology but also purchase in bulk vaccines not only of Covid but all other vaccines including malaria. We also look forward […]

50 Dead In Afghanistan’s Kunduz Mosque Blast

October 8, 2021 17:59

A blast has torn through a mosque in Afghanistan’s northeastern city of Kunduz during Friday prayers, causing multiple deaths, according to the Taliban. “This afternoon, an explosion took place in a mosque of our Shia compatriots … as a result of which a number of our compatriots were martyred and wounded,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid […]

Maria Ressa, Dmitry Muratov Win 2021 Nobel Peace Prize

October 8, 2021 17:27

The Nobel Peace Prize was on Friday awarded to journalists Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia for their fight for freedom of expression in their countries. The pair were honoured “for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace,” said the chairwoman of […]

Tesla To Move Its Headquarters From California To Texas

October 13, 2021 12:03

Making an announcement in Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting yesterday, Elon Musk informed that Tesla will move its headquarters from Palo Alto, California to Austin Texas. Tesla in California benefitted from considerable incentives for electric-vehicle buyers and green-energy initiatives apart from being in vicinity of Stanford University and Silicon Valley location near other technology giants like […]

UK Recognises India’s Serum Institute’s Covishield, Scraps “discriminatory” orders

October 8, 2021 08:52

Eliminating the conflict between UK and India – starting October 11, fully vaccinated Indians with WHO-approved Covishield will no longer have to undergo the mandatory 10-day quarantine upon arrival in the UK. Travelers who have been vaccinated twice with Covishield or another UK-approved vaccine at least 14 days before landing in the UK do not […]

Congress Appoints Raghu Sharma New Gujarat Affairs In-Charge

October 7, 2021 23:47

The Congress appointed Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma as In charge of Gujarat, Daman Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. The party was without In charge after the demise of Rajeev Satav.  Sharma, who is a minister in Ashok Gehlot cabinet in Rajasthan, is close to the Chief Minister and was called last month for […]

India To Grant Tourist Visas To Foreigners Coming Via Chartered Flights

October 7, 2021 18:25

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said it will begin granting fresh tourist visas to foreigners coming to India through chartered flights from October 15 on Thursday. The government also said foreign tourists travelling to India by flights other than chartered aircraft would be able to do so with effect from November 15.  With this, […]

I Find It Cringeworthy To Ask For Raise: Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi

October 7, 2021 15:58

One of few women of color to ever run a large public U.S. company, former Pepsi Co. Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi, said she’s never asked for a raise and once turned one down during the financial crisis.  “I’ve never, ever, ever asked for a raise,” Nooyi said in an interview with the New York […]

Ndakasi – Mountain Gorilla, Famous For Viral Selfie, Dies In Arms Of Park Ranger

October 7, 2021 14:42

Ndakasi was two months old when Andre found her lying on the lifeless body of her mother after the militia wiped out her family in Congo, Africa. As Ndakasi was too young to be released back into the wild, Andre Bauma – the ranger, rescued her and took her to the Senkwekwe Center in Virunga […]

Shree Saini – First Indian American Crowned Miss World America 2021

October 6, 2021 21:07

Shree Saini becomes the first Indian-American to win Miss World America 2021, as per an official announcement on the Miss World America website. Born in Punjab, Saini held the title of Miss World America Washington and the prestigious position of MWA National Beauty by working tirelessly to help the less fortunate and needy. Among many […]

Even Africa Is Doing Better Than India In Involving Women In Peace Negotiations: Policy Analyst Dr Radha Kumar

October 6, 2021 17:19

  “Women have for centuries been in the forefront of peacemaking,” says scholar Dr Radha Kumar, former director-general of the Delhi Policy Group. Yet, she said, when it came to the negotiating process that might help to end the conflict, women have not been given a place at the table often enough. Speaking at eShe’s South […]

Russian Film Crew All Set To Attempt First Movie In Space

October 6, 2021 16:26

A Russian actress and director blasted off on Tuesday beating Tom Cruise in the race as this is the first movie shot in space. The Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft that orbits Earth at an altitude of about 220 miles is all set to dock. Russian media provided patriotic coverage in the run-up with a countdown clock […]

Only Difference Between Taliban Then And Now Is They Have Become Tech-Savvy: British Journalist Of Afghan Origin

October 11, 2021 12:30

“The only difference between the 1990s and now is that the Taliban are more sophisticated, they are on social media and Twitter, and they are young men who know how to use technology to spread their message,” says Najiba Laima Kasraee, British journalist of Afghan origin, now based in Prague. Speaking at South Asia Union […]

Next Chapter Of Feminism Should Engage With Men: Nandita Das At South Asia Union Summit

August 3, 2022 13:13

“In South Asian societies, we genderise so early on,” says Nandita Das, actor, director and human-rights activist, about the inherent gender discrimination in South Asian societies. Speaking at the opening panel of eShe’s South Asia Union Summit Led by Women. Das was among 50 eminent women from 13 countries who came together to seek solutions […]

Taliban Resumes Issuance Of National Passports, ID Cards To Afghans

October 5, 2021 17:57

The new administration in Afghanistan, led by the Taliban, has decided to start issuing passports to its citizens starting Tuesday, according to news agency. Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid took to Twitter to inform about the decision related to the issuance of passports. The issuance of passports and national identity cards were put on halt after […]