One of the largest oil spills in Russian history was reported at the end of last month. A fuel tank collapsed at a power plant in the city of Norilsk located above the Arctic Circle in Russia’s far north in the Siberian tundra.
A major 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck the Aegean Sea on Friday and was felt in Turkey, Greece Bulgaria, Cyprus, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Libya, United Kingdom, and North Macedonia.
After the 10-month dark tunnel that upended millions of lives in 2020, a shed of light has given hope to people in 2021. India is all set to kick off what is touted to be the world’s largest vaccination drive against Covid-19 on January 16.
The standoff between protesting farmers and the Centre in India seems to have hit a stalemate. Central trade unions went on a nationwide strike on Thursday with the participation of over 25 crore workers to protest against various policies of the central government.
In a significant breakthrough, the National Investigation Agency, (NIA) conducted searches and raids at Ernakulam (Kerala) and Murshidabad (West Bengal) in the wee hours of Saturday and arrested nine suspected terrorists for their alleged association with Pakistan-sponsored module of the Al-Qaeda in the country.
A contentious near-total ban on abortion in Poland went into effect late Wednesday, despite rampant opposition from hundreds of thousands of Poles who began protesting in the fall in the largest demonstrations in the country since the 1989 collapse of communism.
The banking industry of Bangladesh has been facilitating payment, finance, and risk management services to the traders, and thus contributing remarkably towards trade integration of the country with other economies of the world.
In 2016, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency publicly accused a hacker group thought to work for the Russian state of being behind the cyberattack.
Following nearly two decades of war that killed tens of thousands, peace talks have begun in Doha, Qatar’s capital between the Afghanistan government and the Taliban.
Among the effects caused by the lockdowns to stem the Coronavirus infections is the decisive increase in the public debt of all countries in the world.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said that her country has “done what few countries have been able to do” and contained the community spread of Covid-19 and can start easing its lockdown measures
Sunday, August 2nd. More than 10,000 protesters invaded the centre of Jerusalem. They participated in the new demonstration against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
US President Joe Biden’s administration has started discussions with the utility and automobile sectors about reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The whole world is mourning over the one million surpassed deaths of COVID-19. According to C.D.C, the United States reports the highest COVID-19-attributed infections and deaths, accounting for 21% of global deaths
In the First Five-Year National Development Plan, an amount of $100 million was allotted by the government where importance was given to the development of communication and telecommunication, agriculture and fisheries, infrastructure and resettlement schemes, education, and medical services.