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

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UN Security Council Unanimously Adopts Resolution On Peacekeeping

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Salman Rushdie's Family 'Relieved' He Is Off Ventilator: Son

LONDON: The family of Salman Rushdie are "extremely relieved" he has been taken off a ventilator following his stabbing, and the British author has retained his "defiant sense of humour", his son said Sunday. "We are extremely relieved that yesterday he was taken off the ventilator and additional oxygen and was able to say a few words," his son Zafar tweeted....moreMore

41 Dead In Egyptian Church Fire

CAIRO: A fire that broke out Sunday in a Coptic Christian church in Egypt's capital Cairo killed 41 people, church officials said.The blaze started for unknown reasons at the Abu Sifine church in the capital's northwestern, working-class district of Imbaba, officials said. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi declared on his Facebook page that "I have mobilised all state services to ensure that all measures are taken"....moreMore

UN chief appeals for end to military activities at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant in Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS: Military activities around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant in Ukraine must stop immediately, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Thursday, warning of the potential danger to the area and beyond amid ongoing shelling. Europe’s largest nuclear plant has been occupied by Russian forces since March, and last week the external power supply system was damaged in an attack....moreMore

Chinese 'Spy' Ship Cleared To Dock At Lanka Port Amid Concerns In India

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's government has granted permission for a controversial Chinese research vessel to visit the island despite India's concerns that it could spy on New Delhi's military installations, officials said on Saturday. The Yuan Wang 5 is described as a research and survey vessel by international shipping and analytics sites, but is said to be a dual-use spy ship....moreMore

Nitish Kumar sworn in Bihar chief minister, Tejashwi his deputy

PATNA: JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar on Wednesday took oath as Bihar chief minister for the eight time in a ceremony at Raj Bhawan in Patna. RJD's Tejashwi Yadav was administered the oath of office as deputy chief minister. The no-frills ceremony comes a day after Nitish snapped ties with the BJP-led NDA and joined hands with the RJD to form a Mahagathbandhan' government....moreMore

Kim Jong Un 'Seriously Ill' In North Korea Covid Surge, Says His Sister

PYONGYANG: Kim Jong Un's sister revealed that the North Korean leader suffered from a "high fever" during a recent Covid outbreak, as she vowed to "eradicate" South Korean authorities if they continued to tolerate propaganda leaflets the regime blames for spreading the virus. Repeating dubious claims that the pamphlets caused the recent Covid outbreak in the north, Kim Yo Jong blamed "South Korean puppets" for sending "dirty objects" across the border in leaflets carried by balloons, the official Korean Central News Agency reported Thursday....moreMore

'One Leader Alone Cannot Tackle Problems Of India': RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

NAGPUR: One leader can not face all the challenges before this country and a single organization or party can not bring about change, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Tuesday. This thought was at the base of the Sangh's ideology, he said, adding that the country got independence only when the common people took to the street....moreMore

US Summons Chinese Ambassador Over 'Irresponsible' Actions On Taiwan

WASHINGTON: The White House summoned China's ambassador to Washington to condemn the "irresponsible" behavior of Beijing over Taiwan, a senior US official said Friday. John Kirby, spokesman for the National Security Council, said that Ambassador Qin Gang was summoned following China's military sabre rattling in response to a visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to self-ruled, democratic Taiwan. Kirby, who also described China's actions as "provocative," did not say which officials met with the ambassador....moreMore

Ravi Dahiya, Vinesh Phogat And Naveen Make It 6 Wrestling Golds For India At CWG 2022

BIRMINGHAM: It's yet another hat-trick of gold medals in the sport of wrestling for India as Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Vinesh Phogat and Naveen won the yellow metal in their respective categories. Their efforts come a day after the trio of Bajrang Punia, Sakshi Malik and Deepak Punia won gold medals on Friday. The total tally of golds from wrestling now stand at 6, the most from any single discipline at CWG 2022 for India....moreMore

Sri Lanka Asks China To Delay Sending Ship After India Pressure: Report

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka has asked China to indefinitely delay a visit by a ship following intense pressure by India, official sources said Saturday. The Yuan Wang 5 is en route from the Chinese port of Jiangyin and due in the Chinese-run Sri Lankan port of Hambantota on Thursday, according to analytics website MarineTraffic....moreMore

Amazon Deforestation Hits New Record In 2022, Area 5 Times Size Of New York Destroyed

BRASILIA: Deforestation of the Amazon rainforest hit a new record in the first six months of this year, Brazil's space agency Inpe reported on Friday. This has deepened concerns among the environmentalists that the damage sustained by the rainforest, which plays a crucial role in maintain the planet's oxygen and carbon dioxide cycles, is irreparable. The satellite data shows that the Amazon rainforest has lost an area five times the size of New York City. This is the highest figure since 2016, the Brazil government said....moreMore

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

NEW DELHI: Traditional debt crisis signs of crashing currencies, 1,000 basis point bond spreads and burned FX reserves point to a record number of developing nations now in trouble. Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Russia, Suriname and Zambia are already in default, Belarus is on the brink and at least another dozen are in the danger zone as rising borrowing costs, inflation and debt all stoke fears of economic collapse....moreMore

NASA Discovers Super-Earth That May Support Life

WASHINGTON: Scientists have discovered a Super-Earth that is four times the mass of our planet and takes just 10.8 days to complete a whole year. According to the American space agency NASA, the exoplanet, called Ross 508 b, was discovered using a new infrared monitoring technique. It is located 37 light-years from us. The Super-Earth “skims in and out of its star's habitable zone”. And it revolves around a red dwarf star called Ross 508, just like our Earth orbits the Sun....moreMore

Canada Confirms 957 Monkeypox Cases

TORONTO: The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) confirmed 957 cases of monkeypox in the country. The health agency said that of the confirmed cases as of Friday, 449 cases are from Ontario, 407 from Quebec, 81 from British Columbia, 16 from Alberta, and two each from Saskatchewan and the Yukon, Xinhua news agency reported. In the wake of the World Health Organization and the United States' declaration of monkeypox as a public health emergency, questions are being raised about whether Canada should follow suit....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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