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Taliban co-founder Abdul Baradar in the prospect of becoming next President of Afghanistan

August 17, 2021 17:24

Taliban declared an end to the 20-year-old-long war in Afghanistan on Sunday, August 15. Followed by the takeover of the presidential palace in Kabul and nearly all major cities, including Mazar-e-Sharif, Herat, and Kandahar, Taliban co-founder, Abdul Ghani Baradar congratulated the Muslim Afghan people on this huge victory. After President Ashraf Ghani fled the country […]

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) member vandalizes Maharaja Ranjit Singh statue in Lahore, Pakistan

August 17, 2021 16:06

For the third time since 2019, the statue Maharaja Ranjit Singh at high security Lahore fort complex of Pakistan was vandalized on Tuesday. The members of radical group Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), a far-right party in Pakistan which was outlawed by the present Imran Khan government this year. The video of the incident was shared on […]

Madagascar celebrates ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava’, ITEY alumni seen performing Garba

August 17, 2021 15:52

While India celebrated its 75th year of independence, Indians residing in Madagascar were seen celebrating ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’, a Government initiative to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of progressive India. The campaign focuses on the glorious history of Indian people, culture, and achievements. The iconic building Town Hall of Madagascar was illuminated with the […]

Godfather of Sudoku, Maki Kaji dies at 69

August 17, 2021 11:16

A puzzle enthusiast and publisher, Maki Kaji who was known as “Godfather of Sudoku” died at 69 by duct cancer. Kaji was a university dropout who worked in a printing company before finding Japan’s first puzzle magazine, with the help of an existing number puzzle, he later named the logic puzzle “Sudoku”. His company Nikoli […]

Afghanistan hanging on the edge

August 26, 2021 18:34

As the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, dozens tried to flee, others who could not are there to take the brunt. Amidst the crisis, the entire world’s eyes are set upon Afghanistan and any information about the horror that gets out. The chaos ensued after Taliban officials declared the war over and issued statements aimed […]

Taliban appreciates India’s capacity building efforts in Afghanistan

August 14, 2021 18:51

The Taliban militant group, talking about humanitarian initiatives and developmental efforts by India in Afghanistan, said, “We appreciate everything that has been done for the people of Afghanistan like dams, national projects and infrastructure.” Qatar based Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen also assured that Afghan soil will not be used against any foreign country including India. […]

China curbs steel output resulting in Iron ore price drop

August 13, 2021 12:22

China’s imports have dropped following its move to control steel production to meet carbon emission norms due to which Iron prices have dropped to a near three-month low. However, this global drop in iron prices has benefited Indian steel firms, with the National Mineral Development Corporation, the country’s largest iron ore producer, reducing lump ore […]

Eight-year-old becomes youngest person charged with blasphemy in Pakistan

August 12, 2021 18:33

Days after the attack on Ganesh temple in Lucky Bhong village where people smashed the idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, an eight-year-old becomes the youngest victim of blasphemy in Pakistan. The boy accidentally entered a there and has been convicted of blasphemy under Pakistani law for urinating in a Madrassa in panic. The eight-year-old […]

World’s best airports for 2021 revealed, Singapore Changi Airport falls from top spot

August 10, 2021 12:32

Doha’s Hamad International Airport stands number one in 2021 “World’s Best Airport” category while Singapore’s Changi Airport has lost its place at the top Skytrax’s annual ranking of the world’s best airports at the World Airport Awards. Here’s the full list of top 10 airports in the “World’s Best Airport” category: Hamad International Airport, Doha […]

Muslim mobs desecrate Ganesha Temple in Pakistan

August 5, 2021 23:06

A Ganesha temple representing Siddhi Vinayak form of the Hindu God was assailed by rowdies in Pakistan. The Government of India has reacted severely to the incident.  Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson, Arindam Bagchi of India said such incidents of violence and persecution against the minorities continue unabated in Pakistan. According to Pakistan police, […]

There’s some bad news for Indians wanting to go to the US

August 5, 2021 20:06

America is now posting about 100,000 new cases of COVID-19 each day. Just a couple of months ago, that number was around 11,000 per day. 93% of the new cases are the delta variant. New pediatric COVID-19 cases jumped up 84% in one week. Dr Anthony Fauci says that unless we get a handle on […]

PM Narendra Modi meets Tony Abbott, Australian PM’s Special Trade Envoy for India

August 5, 2021 19:38

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met former Australian Prime Minister The Hon Tony Abbott on Thursday. He is on a visit to India from 2-6 August 2021 in his capacity of Australian Prime Minister’s Special Trade Envoy for India.  The two leaders discussed ways to further strengthen bilateral trade, investment and economic cooperation for the India-Australia […]

‘Friendship break-up meme’ fetches 38.21L in auction

August 4, 2021 18:59

When people across the world were celebrating their friendships on World’s friendship day, the viral ‘Friendship break-up meme’ was sold for $51,530 i.e. around 38.21 lakhs Indian rupees. After a fight with his friend Mudasir, Asif Raza from Gujranwala, Pakistan took to Facebook in order to denounce his friendship with him. He created an iconic […]

High Commission of India in Colombo to strictly comply with Covid-19 protocols

August 2, 2021 17:54

High Commission of India in Colombo has received requests from Sri Lankan citizens in respect of visa and consular services. In the view of current surge of COVID cases, fatalities and the prevalence of Delta variant in Sri Lanka, the High Commission has taken necessary steps to stringently comply with COVID-apt attendance and behaviour at work […]

‘Somebody Has to Do the Dirty Work’: NSO Founders Defend Pegasus Spyware

July 24, 2021 19:59

It was a proposition that would change everything. Two 20-something Israeli entrepreneurs who had been running a small customer service start-up for mobile phones were at a client meeting in Europe in 2009 when they received a visit from law enforcement officials. The entrepreneurs’ first instinct was fear. Maybe they had done something wrong that […]

Amnesty International Hits Out at ‘False’ Media Reports, ‘Fully Stands By’ Pegasus Project Data

July 22, 2021 16:22

New Delhi: Reports from some websites misquoting, mistranslating, and misinterpreting a Hebrew statement issued by Amnesty International Israel on the Pegasus Project and its leaked database have been seized upon by the Modi government in an attempt to discredit the allegation that an official agency in India might have been snooping on journalists and opposition politicians. In a […]

France Orders Probe Into Spyware Targeting, Israel Sets Up Crisis Group, India Remains in Denial

July 22, 2021 15:17

Less than 24 hours after the consortium of media organisations which are part of the Pegasus Project reported the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron’s personal telephone number in the leaked database of numbers believed to be potential targets for surveillance, France has ordered an investigation into the matter. Quoting remarks made by Prime Minister […]

Pegasus Project: 14 World Leaders in Leaked Database

July 22, 2021 16:25

Telephone numbers linked to least 14 heads of states and governments, including French President Emmanuel Macron, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa are among the 50,000 numbers on a leaked database that includes some people whose phones were targeted for hacking by Pegasus spyware. NSO Group, which counts some 36 […]

NSO violated the privacy of thousands to pitch a contact-tracking system

July 20, 2021 13:46

Flemings, a contact-tracking system by NSO, the same Israeli firm that developed Pegasus, is a contact-tracking system developed earlier this year aimed at helping the Governments track the spread of Covid-19. The system allowed governments to feed real location data of people to visualize and track the spread of the virus. The firm claimed that […]

UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet issues a statement on revelations by Pegasus

July 20, 2021 11:53

“Journalists and human rights defenders play an indispensable role in our societies, and when they are silenced, we all suffer.”, The UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet issued a statement after the revelations were brought forth by the Pegasus Project. Bachelet further stated “These reports also confirm the urgent need to better regulate the sale, […]