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First Time In History Cancer Vanishes For Every Patient In Drug Trial

Many lives could have been saved if Indian govt acted on time during second wave of Covid: Parliamentary panel

Scientists Restore Blood Flow, Revive Cells, Organs In Dead Pigs

India's First Chip Factory, $20 Billion, In Gujarat

Jean-Luc Godard, godfather of French New Wave cinema, dies at 91

New Intranasal Anti-Viral Treatment May Block Covid Transmission: Report

South Korean Physicists Create 'Artificial Sun' To Get Clean Nuclear Energy: Report

US House Votes For India Sanctions Waiver Over Russian S-400 Missile Deal

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Attacks On Minorities In India Throughout 2021: US State Department Report

After Sri Lanka, A Dozen Other Countries In The Danger Zone Of Economic Crisis

Canada Plans To Ban Handgun Sales In Wake Of Texas School Shooting

Apple looking to India, not China, to produce iPhones and more: Report

US first lady Jill Biden makes unannounced visit to Ukraine

Thomas Cup: Indian Men's Badminton Team Makes History With First-Ever Gold

Siddharth Singh breaks into the Top 10 rankings of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

4.7 million excess Covid deaths in India in 2020-21: WHO releases new estimate

India too has concerns over human rights violations in US: Jaishankar

UN Suspends Russia From Human Rights Council, India abstains

S Jaishankar slams China for ‘disregarding’ written commitments

Catherine Russell assumes functions as new UNICEF Executive Director

Modi: No anti-incumbency in UP, BJP wave in all five poll-bound states

Amid Ukraine tensions, Putin ready to compromise after talks with Macron

Amina Mohammed’s leadership key to ‘keeping the SDGs alive’: UN chief

Manvinder Singh Ranauta conferred with Honorary Doctorate in Philanthropy


Covid Lockdown Protests Rage In Chinese Cities

SHANGHAI: Hundreds of people took to the streets in China's major cities on Sunday to protest against the country's zero-Covid policy, in a rare outpouring of public anger against the state. China's hardline virus strategy is stoking public frustration, with many growing weary of snap lockdowns, lengthy quarantines and mass testing campaigns....moreMore

North Korea Aims To Have The World's Strongest Nuclear Force: Kim Jong Un

SEOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country's intends to have the world's most powerful nuclear force as he promoted dozens of military officers involved in the recent launch of a new ballistic missile, state media reported on Sunday. The announcement comes after Kim inspected a Nov. 18 test of the Hwasong-17, North Korea's largest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and pledged to counter what he called U.S. nuclear threats....moreMore

Consign violence against women and girls, ‘to the history books’: UN chief

UNITED NATIONS: Every 11 minutes, a woman or girl is killed by an intimate partner or family member, the UN chief said ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, commemorated on 25 November, urging everyone to “consign violence against women and girls to the history books”. From the COVID-19 pandemic to economic turmoil, a range of stresses intensify physical and verbal abuse....moreMore

India's G-20 will be inclusive, promises Modi as Bali declaration reflects his 'era not of war' message

BALI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said India's G-20 presidency will be inclusive, ambitious, decisive and action-oriented as India took over the presidency of G-20 for the coming one year. In the next one year it will be our endeavour that G20 works as a global prome mover to give impetus to collective action, Modi said stressing on making women-led developmenet a priority in the G20 agenda. "It is a matter of pride for every Indian as India takes over the presidency of the G20. We will organise G20 meetings in different states and cities in India. Together we will make G20 a catalyst for global change," Modi said....moreMore

Russia Declared 'A State Sponsor Of Terrorism' By European Parliament

BRUSSELS: The European Parliament on Wednesday designated Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism, arguing Moscow's military strikes on civilian targets such as energy infrastructure, hospitals, schools and shelters violated international law. European lawmakers voted in favour of a resolution calling Russia a state sponsor of terrorism. The move is largely symbolic, as the European Union does not have a legal framework in place to back it up. At the same time, the bloc has already imposed unprecedented sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine....moreMore

India Successfully Test-Fires Agni-3 Ballistic Missile

BHUBANESWAR: India on Wednesday successfully carried out the training launch of Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile, Agni-3, from APJ Abdul Kalam Island, off the Odisha coast, DRDO sources said. The successful test was part of routine user training launches carried out under the aegis of the Strategic Forces Command, an official statement said, adding that the launch was carried out for a predetermined range and validated all operational parameters of the system....moreMore

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Holds 'Amazing Thailand' Golf Roadshow in Delhi

By Deepak Arora

NEW DELHI: With all Covid-related restrictions having been lifted, Thailand is now fully open for international tourists, according to Ms Pattarat Hongthong, Ambassador of Thailand to India. Addressing the delegates at a Golf Roadshow at the Qutab Golf Course here, Ambassador Pattarat Hongthong said “We thank all Indian partners who have been working closely us for many years and supporting Amazing Thailand. Thailand is fully opened and ready to welcome guests from India returning to Thailand once again.” Speaking on the occasion, Mr Vachirachai Sirisumpan, Director, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) New Delhi Office, said “Thailand has welcomed almost 7 lakhs Indian tourist from January to October during the year 2022. Due to proximity and direct connectivity between two country and we see many golfers starting visit to different part of Thailand from Chiang Mai to Phuket.”...moreMore

‘Catastophic’ winter in store for Ukraine, warns UN peacebuilding chief, following Russian strikes on critical infrastructure

UNITED NATIONS: Addressing the Security Council on Wednesday, Rosemary DiCarlo, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, warned of the devastation caused by Russia’s “relentless attacks” against civilians and critical infrastructure across Ukraine. Ms. DiCarlo referred to the latest wave of Russian missile and drone strikes in Ukraine which, she said, terrorized the citizens of several cities (Kyiv, Odesa, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv, and Zaporizhzhia)....moreMore

400 Juniors From 75 Schools Participate In Hyundai National Interschool Golf Tournament

NEW DELHI: National Interschool Golf Tournament, sponsored by Hyundai Motor India Ltd. in association with the Indian Golf Union and GolfPlus Monthly Magazine, saw more than 400 Juniors from 75 plus schools participating in India’s biggest junior golf tournament. The tournament was intended to nurture and encourage young golfers across India and provide them a platform to exhibit their golfing talent.Commenting on the announcement of the winners of the National Interschool Golf Tournament, Mr. Tarun Garg, Director (Sales, Marketing & Service), Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said “We are glad to associate with the National Interschool Golf Tournament and felicitate the stars of the tournament. Our aim is to foster more and more young golfers who can represent India on the world map.”...moreMore

Niece of Iran's Supreme Leader Asks World To Cut Ties With Tehran: Report

DUBAI: Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's niece, a well known rights activist, has called on foreign governments to cut all ties with Tehran over its violent crackdown on popular unrest kindled by the death in police custody of a young woman. A video of a statement by Farideh Moradkhani, an engineer whose late father was a prominent opposition figure married to Ayatollah Khamenei'sister, was being widely shared online after what activist news agency HRANA said was her arrest on Nov. 23....moreMore

UK Supreme Court Rejects Scottish Independence Referendum Bid

LONDON: The United Kingdom's top court ruled on Wednesday the Scottish government cannot hold a second referendum on independence next year without approval from the British parliament, dealing a hammer blow to nationalists' hopes of holding a vote next year. In 2014, Scots rejected ending the more-than 300-year-old union with England by 55 per cent to 45 per cent, but independence campaigners have argued the vote two years later for Britain to leave the European Union, which the majority of Scottish voters opposed, has materially changed the circumstances....moreMore

WHO To Identify Pathogens That Could Cause Future Pandemics

GENEVA: The World Health Organization said on Monday it was thrashing out a new list of priority pathogens that risk sparking pandemics or outbreaks and should be kept under close observation. The WHO said the aim was to update a list used to guide global research and development (R&D) and investment, especially in vaccines, tests and treatments....moreMore

Malaysia's Long-Time Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim Sworn In As PM

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's perennial opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was sworn in as prime minister before the king in Kuala Lumpur Thursday, ending a five-day political impasse after inconclusive polls. The ceremony at the National Palace closed the chapter on one of the most dramatic elections in Malaysia's history, after no party managed to secure a majority to form a government for the first time since independence in 1957....moreMore

Nearly 40 million children susceptible to measles due to COVID-19 disruptions

NEW YORK: Nearly 40 million children are at risk of getting measles due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a joint report published on Wednesday. Pandemic-related disruptions caused 25 million boys and girls to miss their first dose of the measles vaccine last year, while another 14.7 million did not get the second dose....moreMore




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Mario Bellini Honoured With Lifetime Award At Salone del Mobile.Milano

Mario Bellini, a multifaceted and innovative Milanese designer, has been awarded a Special Lifetime Award during the Salone del Mobile.Milano. The life time award to Mario Bellini is celebration for one of Italy’s most versatile and iconic architects and designers.


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Just continue to help, sustain, wipe tears, listen attentively and carefully repair all the 'leaks' you find

A man was asked to paint a boat. He brought with him paint and brushes and began to paint the boat a bright red, as the owner asked him. While painting, he noticed that there was a small hole in the hull, and quietly repaired it.When finished painting, he received his money and left.

Scientists 'reverse death', bring dead eyes back to life

Scientists in the US have brought back to life dead eyes from organ donors in a breakthrough which hints that brain death could be reversible. The discovery that eyes taken from organ donors five hours after death responded to light “raises the question of whether brain death, as it is currently defined, is truly irreversible," the researchers said in a study published in Nature.

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