While we praise the efforts of the Indian government to resume railway services, let’s look at the loopholes that are going to affect people betwixt the increasing spread of the pandemic.
The global COVID-19 vaccine roll-out is creating a “vaccine apartheid”. As of February 24, approximately 216 million people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 globally. Only 8.4 percent of these are in low and lower-middle-income countries, which are home to nearly half of the world’s population.
The first Arab space mission to Mars called the Emirates Mars Mission left from aboard a rocket from Japan, after an initial delay due to bad weather.
Jeff Wilke, the CEO of Amazon’s worldwide consumer division, is set to retire early next year after serving the company for over two decades.
Hundreds of Rohingya refugees stuck at sea Hundreds of Rohingya…
Bahrain, the “kingdom of the seas”, in ancient times was the hub of the main trade routes between India and Mesopotamia.
Amidst the worst global crisis brought to us by a novel coronavirus, where millions of people are floundered, India is establishing itself as a responsible and reliable aid, by taking lead in addressing the crises.
The Pentagon has just confirmed the successful elimination of the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s Qud Force, General Qasem Soleimani.
Floods add another layer to the problems created by the pandemic in China, Japan, and Bangladesh. Bangladesh is one of the hardest-hit countries with Cyclone Amphan affecting 2.4 million people.
Israeli police has open investigation into terrorist attack after 14…
Southeast Asian economies are having a big impact from the global economic crisis caused by the spreading of the pandemic.
Bahrain monarchy was the first state in the Persian Gulf to discover oil and build a refinery. The tiny country is ruled by a Sunni monarchy with a Shia majority population. The island, once known as heaven still faces the impacts of the pearl revolution.
Hundreds of Guatemalans partly burned the Congress building Saturday in a protest demanding the resignation of President Alejandro Giammattei, following the passage of a budget that has sparked outrage in the impoverished Central American nation.
Argentina’s Congress has become the largest Latin American country to legalise abortion after its senate approved the historic law change by votes in favour on Wednesday after hours of debate in the Senate.