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Switzerland Votes to Ban Face Coverings in Public

In a referendum, which would have far-reaching consequences, Switzerland voted to ban face coverings in public Sunday...

China’s anal COVID-19 swab tests traumatising foreigners, claim reports

China's anal swab tests for COVID-19 have caused inconvenience to the foreigners prompting complaints of inconvenience and even psychological trauma. ..

‘Beginning of the end’: No one can save Imran Govt, says Pak leader Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari

“Democracy is the best revenge Jiye Bhutto” ..... tweeted PPP chairman, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari as Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's official candidate was humbled in Senate (upper House) elections. ..

China forcing Uighurs to take jobs at far off places to change Xinjiang’s demography, leaked report reveals

Uighurs are forcefully sent off to faraway places from their homeland to take jobs, confirmed a leaked report for Chinese officials suggests, in an attempt to erode their personal and regional identity...

Xi all Set to Consolidate Power in China, Eyes for Third Term; CCP's ‘Two Sessions’ in Progress

On March 4, 2021, China's main annual political meetings—known as the "Two Sessions"— started. Meetings of the National People's Congress (NPC) (China's rubber-stamp legislature) and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) ..

Islamists kill three women journalists in Afghanistan

Islamist militants have murdered three women journalists who worked at a local news outlet in eastern Afghanistan on Tuesday..

Taking on Tech Giants

The Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code notified by the Centre is a step in the right direction. Big Tech companies should not be allowed to take consumers for a ride and wreak havoc on our social and political structures. The Government should put in place policies to spur competition and provide level-playing field for indigenous players. Through incentivising innovation and enabling entrepreneurs to propel their ideas into sustainable businesses, India can achieve Aatmanirbharta ..

US Intelligence Report Blames Saudi Crown Prince for Dissident Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Murder

The US intelligence report blamed Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman for the murder of Saudi origin dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018. ..

Chinese, Russian hackers eye on Indian COVID-19 Vaccine Firms

Intelligence agencies have reported that Chinese and Russian hackers were targeting Indian Serum Institutes of India, Bharat Biotech, Patanjali and All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS). ..

China puts on the shelf its agreement with the Vatican on selecting Chinese Catholic Bishops

By drifting away from the commitment that had made with the Vatican in a 2018 agreement, China has yet again shown its true colours when it comes to protecting its minority communities’ interests...

White House welcomes Indo-Pak Ceasefire announcement; "Our position remains unchanged," insists India

The United States on Friday welcomed the joint statement between India and Pakistan on ceasefire along the Line of Control. ..

Xi Administration Enforces New Rules to Curb Public Unrest on Social Media as Netizens Question PLA Death Numbers in Galwan

Chinese blogger Chou Ziming (仇子明) was detained for voicing doubts on his Weibo posts about China's official description that 4 PLA soldiers died in the clash with the Indian army last June. He is charged for being disrespectful about China's law on the Protection of Heroes and Martyrs...

London Court Orders Extradition of Fugitive Nirav Modi

In a big judicial victory for the Narendra Modi government, the UK court ordered the extradition of Nirav Modi to Bharat to stand trial for economic offences. ..

France Summons Pakistan’s Envoy to Protest Pakistan President’s Criticism of ‘New French Counter Radicalism Law’

France Summons Pakistan’s Envoy to Protest Pakistan President’s Criticism of ‘New French Counter Radicalism Law’ ..

Cryptocurrencies Here to Stay as Serious Asset Class, Bitcoin Making Progress to Replace Dollar — says Morgan Stanley

Cryptocurrencies Here to Stay as Serious Asset Class, Bitcoin Making Progress to Replace Dollar — says Morgan Stanley..

Galwan Clash: China admits casualties, unveils the details of four soldiers

China, for the first time, admitted four Chinese soldiers were killed in the Galwan valley clash in June last year. It revealed the identities of the four deceased soldiers...

Pakistan, other nations back PM Modi's proposals' on health issues

All countries including Pakistan supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi's five proposals on health-related issues at the global stage...

Rihanna tweets topless pic wearing Lord Ganesha locket, Netizens call it an insult to Hindus

Popstar Rihanna who recently created news by posting paid-content on Twitter regarding the farmers’ protest in India has now triggered another controversy. ..

India to gift 2 lakh COVID-19 vaccine doses to UN Peacekeeping forces

India on Wednesday announced a gift of 2 lakh doses of vaccines to UN Peacekeeping forces. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar made the announcement while delivering an address at the UNSC Open Debate on the fight against Covid...

Indo-Japan partnership will enhance skill development, business and investment, says Dr S Jaishankar

As good infrastructure is required to attract investment, the Union government in New Delhi is committed to strengthening development and connectivity in Assam as well north-eastern region, commented external affairs minister Dr S Jaishankar while interacting with media persons in the city on Monday...

Myanmar Military Coup: global media watchdog expresses concern over a possible military action on civilians; internet services shut down

After the military coup in Myanmar on 1 February 2021, the junta has now cut down internet services across the south-east Asian country from Monday (15 February) seemingly to start an aggressive military action against millions of pro-democracy Burmese protesters and thus put their securities in danger, stated Press Emblem Campaign (PEC), a Switzerland based media watchdog...

Cricketing Legend Vivian Richards Wishes Tibet on Its Independence Day

Tibetans around the world celebrate February 13 as ‘Tibetan Independence Day’..

A manual of Indian blunders in India-China relations

This monumental four-volume analytical document deserves to be adopted as a compulsory text book in the training programmess for every MEA entrant and Member Parliament on “How not to conduct External Affairs of India.” This review deals with the fourth volume, The End of an Era—India Exits Tibet: India-Tibet Relations 1947-1962..

World Democracies under threat

The two biggest democracies of the world, India & USA are undergoing serious threats from sinister designs of combined forces of Leftist, Jihadist and local separatist groups of respective Countries. Leftists in collaboration with Chinese Government, Jihadi terrorist organisations with Turkey's support having its epicentre in Pakistan with local separatist supporter group of Khalistan & Naxals in India and support of local Black Lives Matter in the USA are unitedly fomenting troubles against both ..

Iran Conducts Surgical Strike Deep Inside Pakistan, Frees Two Soldiers: Reports

Iran has reportedly become the third nation to carry out a successful surgical strike operation deep inside Pakistan targetting the terror groups and freeing two soldiers who were taken hostage nearly three years ago...

US backs India on new farm bills, says it will improve the efficiency of markets

The United States on Wednesday (local time) came out in support of India's new farm laws, saying it welcomes steps that would "improve the efficiency" of Indian markets and attract greater private sector investment...

Peace Vigil & Car Rally in Davis California to Reinstate Vandalized Mahatma Gandhi Statue!!!

On 26th January 2021, some anti-social elements vandalized the Mahatma Gandhi statue in the City of Davis, California USA...

Indian-American Bhavya Lal appointed as Acting Chief of Staff of NASA

In the newly elected US President Joe Biden’s team there are already 20 people who have some Indian origin connections. This count has further gone up as Bhavya Lal Indian-American Bhavya Lal has been appointed as the Acting Chief of Staff of the US space agency by National Aeronautics and Space and Administration (NASA)...

Catholic nuns ‘rented’ orphaned boys to businessmen for sexual exploitation – suppressed report seen by media

A report being withheld from the public documents horrific acts of rape and sexual abuse against young boys that were facilitated by nuns belonging to the Catholic Archdiocese of Cologne in Germany, according to the Daily Beast...

Oxford names Aatmanirbharta as Hindi Word of 2020

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emphasis on Aatmanirbharta in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic, this particular word has been named by Oxford Languages as its Hindi Word of the Year 2020 as it "validated the day-to-day achievements of the countless Indians who dealt with and survived the perils of a pandemic". ..

Breathtaking but a Scrappy Memoir

In the stirring, highly anticipated first volume of his presidential memoirs, Barack Obama tells the story of his improbable odyssey from a young man searching for his identity to leader of the Free World, describing in strikingly personal detail both his political education and the landmark moments of the first term of his historic presidency—a time of dramatic transformation and turmoil..

Christian nurse tied up and tortured in Pakistan by an Islamist mob over false blasphemy allegation by her colleague

Christian nurse tied up and tortured in Pakistan by an Islamist mob over false blasphemy allegation by her colleague ..

Christian nurse tied up and tortured in Pakistan by an Islamist mob over false blasphemy allegation by her colleague

A Christian nurse was reportedly tied up and tortured by a mob at a Pakistani hospital after a Muslim colleague falsely accused her of blasphemy. ..

Pakistan Supreme Court orders shifting of Islamist militant acquitted in Daniel Pearl murder to a ‘government safe house’

Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered the release from prison on Tuesday (Feb 2) of a British-born militant who had been convicted in the kidnapping and murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl by Al-Qaeda and Pakistani Islamist militants in 2002...

White House condemns desecration of Mahatma Gandhi statue in California

The White House on Monday condemned the desecration of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in a city in California. "We certainly would have a concern about the desecration of monuments of Gandhi," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at her daily news conference...

Military stages coup in Myanmar; Suu Kyi, Political leaders detained

Reports said Myanmar military has taken control of the country for one year after the country's governing National League for Democracy (NLD) said that leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior figures were detained on Monday...

China imposes tougher COVID-19 restrictions as Chinese New Year travel rush kicks off

As the Chinese New Year travel rush kicked off on Thursday (Jan 28), transport operators in China tightened measures to prevent the resurgence of Covid-19 cases and provide better service to passengers...

19-Year-old Tibetan Monk Tenzin Nyima Dies From Injuries After Being Tortured by Chinese Police

Free Tibet has learned that Tenzin Nyima, a 19-year-old monk arrested in 2019, has died from injuries inflicted on him in prison. The information was passed on by a confidential network of contacts to Tibet Watch, Free Tibet’s research partner. ..

Islamist convicted of beheading US journalist Daniel Pearl to go free

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Thursday (Jan 28) ordered the release of an Islamist convicted of beheading US journalist Daniel Pearl, a decision that has left his family in "complete shock", lawyers said...

Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli expelled from ruling Communist Party over dissolution of Parliament

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has been expelled from the ruling Communist Party over his decision to dissolve the Parliament. ..

A 12-year-old Christian girl converted, raped and chained up in a cattle pen by 45-year-old Muslim in Pakistan

A 12-year-old Christian girl, who was allegedly abducted, raped and forced to marry a 45-year-old man who kept her chained up in a cattle pen in Pakistan, has been rescued by the Karachi police. ..

US bans cotton & tomato products from China's Xinjiang region over use of forced labour

A Withhold Release Order (WRO) was imposed following the emergence of reports indicating that the products were manufactured using forced labour from detained Uyghurs. The products banned include apparel, textiles, tomato seeds, canned tomatoes, tomato sauce, and other goods made with cotton and tomatoes...

Chinese provincial government of north-eastern Heilongjiang declares emergency to control Coronavirus

Chinese provincial government of north-eastern Heilongjiang declares emergency to control Coronavirus..

Turkish Muslim Televangelist Harun Yahya jailed 1,075 years for sex crimes

The bearded 64-year-old was detained in 2018 along with more than 200 other suspects as part of a crackdown on his group by the financial crimes unit of the Istanbul police. He was sentenced to 1,075 years for crimes including sexual assault, sexual abuse of minors, fraud and attempted political and military espionage, the private NTV broadcaster reported..

Maori Elders invited for the International Conference of the Elders of Ancient Traditions & Cultures

The International Centre for Cultural Studies (ICCS) is organising the 7thInternational Conference of the Elders of Ancient Traditions and Cultures on 20thand 21stFebruary 2021 with the theme “Ancient Cultures Championing Humanity”..

WHO experts' team to visit China on Jan 14 to probe origins of Coronavirus

The state television CGTN reported quoting China's National Health Commission that a team of WHO experts will conduct a field visit to China on Thursday. The team of expert is visiting China after more than a year since the virus outbreak..

Our Diaspora is our face to the world and champions India’s cause on the global stage: President Shri Ram Nath Kovind

Our Diaspora is our face to the world, and champions India’s cause on the global stage. It has always come to India’s aid, whether it is for advocacy regarding international issues of concern to India, or contributing to the Indian economy by way of investments and remittances, said the President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind while addressing the valedictory session of the 16th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention today (January 9, 2021) via video conferencing. ..

United States lifts all restrictions on its ties with Taiwan

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Saturday that the United States is ending decades-old restrictions governing official contacts with Taiwan, a move likely increase tensions between Beijing and Washington in the waning days of President Donald Trump's presidency..

Twitter permanently suspends US President Donald Trump's account

US President Donald Trump has been permanently suspended from social network app Twitter due to the risk of further incitement of violence...

Student protest erupts in Istanbul against Erdogan over rector appointment in Boğaziçi University

Students and teachers of Boğaziçi University clashed with police over the political appointment of rector for the university. Melih Bulu – who stood as a Justice and Development Party (AKP) parliamentary candidate in 2015 – was appointed rector of Boğaziçi University by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in a presidential decree issued on 1 January and sworn into office on Tuesday..

Bangladesh demands Apology from Pakistan for its war crimes in 1971

Bangladesh has demanded an apology from Pakistan for the war crimes committed by the Islamic Republic during the liberation war in 1971...

LeT terrorist and 26/11 mastermind, Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi sentenced to 15-year imprisonment in Pakistan

The 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi was on January 8 sentenced to 15 years by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan..

Trump concedes defeat, says new administration will be inaugurated on January 20

Trump’s acceptance of the election results comes at a time when his supporters had swarmed into the U.S Capitol to protest against Electoral College vote. In their confrontation with police, 4 people had died and 52 were injured...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for a peaceful transfer of power in the U.S as massive violence hits Washington

Condemning the violent protests which happened at the U.S capitol carried out by the Trump supporters, PM Modi said that the democratic process cannot be allowed to be subverted through unlawful protests and called for a smooth transfer of power. He tweeted, “Distressed to see news about rioting and violence in Washington D.C. Orderly and peaceful transfer of power must continue. The democratic process cannot be allowed to be subverted through unlawful protests.” The supporters of outgoing President ..

United States: At least 4 dead, 52 arrested in Capitol riot after Donald Trump's supporters storm Washington

The death toll in the riots and violence by Donald Trump's supporters has risen to four. Quoting local police, The Associated Press said four people have died as Trump supporters occupied the US Capitol in Washington DC...

Chinese Communist Party’s new resolution aims to control dissent, freedom of expression

In yet another move to stop anyone from dissenting against the government, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) introduced new laws that banned its cadres from expressing opinions and dissenting views, reported the South China Morning Post (SCMP). An article written by Jun Mai stated that the revised rule book said that cadres can make complaints about their superiors, but were forbidden from airing their opinion public and were also banned from expressing opinions that are not consistent with the decisions ..

WHO disappointed over China not granting permission to coronavirus experts to enter Wuhan

The World Health Organisation has expressed disappointment over China not yet granting permission to international experts to visit Wuhan to probe the origin of Covid-19. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, the members of the international scientific team on COVID-19 have already begun their journey, but Chinese officials have not yet given the necessary permissions...

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson thanks for India's invitation, cancels Republic Day visit as UK locks down

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephonic conversation on Tuesday, Jan 5, with his UK counterpart Boris Johnson...

Impasse between Qatar and Saudi Arabia ends, Saudi ‘to open airspace, Water and land border’ Qatar

In a major political development that could put to rest some of the problems in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia is all set to reopen its air, water and land border with Qatar. The announcement was made by Kuwait’s Foreign Minister citing a deal towards resolving a political dispute that led Riyadh and its allies to impose a boycott on Qatar...

Where is Jack Ma? The billionaire’s future looks grim after his criticism of the Chinese system

Chinese billionaire and the founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma has been missing from the public eyes after he criticised China’s regulators and its state-owned banks for slowing down innovation. Jack Ma has not been spotted in public for the last two months and was also missing from the finale episode of his own talent show titled Africa’s Business Heroes...

Islamist hate preacher Zakir Naik backs demolition of Hindu temple in Pakistan, says 'temples should not be allowed in an Islamic country'

Wanted criminal and Islamist ‘hate preacher’ Zakir Naik has supported the demolition of an old Hindu temple in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, saying temples should not be allowed to be constructed in an Islamic country...

Computer science students keen to learn Sanskrit for coding, says University of Toronto faculty

Computer science students keen to learn Sanskrit for coding, says University of Toronto faculty..

UN Mission Employees lured to Islam by Pakistan Army Colonel in Congo, internal inquiry ordered

    A senior Pakistan Army Colonel is accused of converting UN Mission Employees to Islam in Congo. According to the sources, the Colonel named Saqib Mushtaqi approached some Christian employees of the UN mission in Congo and asked them to convert to Islam. Islam is a minority religion in this Central African country. He is a contingent deputy commander part of United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO).  Taking note ..

How to overcome the health challenges of the New Year 2021

As 2020 has been the year of Covid-19 health challenges, can 2021 be the year of the solutionS? To do so we need not only vaccines, drugs or critical care units, but a more responsible, sustainable way of life in harmony with the world of nature and with our own individual nature. This requires natural healing traditions in all their forms, especially Yoga and Ayurveda in the context of Vedic knowledge. ..

Indonesian Fisherman catches Chinese submarine drone near Selayar Islands

Indonesian Fisherman catches Chinese submarine drone near Selayar Islands..

China’s vaccination drive raises suspicion; people cite lack of transparency

China has vaccinated more than a million people in the high-risk category and the National Health Mission has set the target to vaccinate 15 million police officers and medical personnel by the mid-February. Zheng Zhongwei, chief of a State Council task force on vaccine research, development and inoculation told a State Council press conference on December 21 that all injections would be..

Hindu temple demolished by an Islamist mob in Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

  An angry Islamist mob has attacked and razed down a Hindu temple in the Karak district of Pakistan’s Kyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on Monday. According to sources, a Muslim cleric from Karak instigated Muslims against the Hindu community and demolished the temple. In a video that went viral from the locality, demolition of the temple can be seen clearly.  About the incident, Human Rights activist Ihtesham Afghan tweeted “A Hindu temple was demolished by religious extremists ..

Zhang Zhan sentenced four years in prison for reporting about Wuhan virus

Zhang Zhan sentenced four years in prison for reporting about Wuhan virus..

Each year 1,000 girls forcibly converted to Islam in Pakistan: Lockdown accelerates forced marriage and conversion of minor Hindu, Sikh & Christian girls

The U.S. State Department this month declared Pakistan “a country of particular concern” for violations of religious freedoms — a designation the Pakistani government rejects. The declaration was based in part on an appraisal by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom that underage girls in the minority Hindu, Christian, and Sikh communities were “kidnapped for forced conversion to Islam… forcibly married and subjected to rape.” ..

Bangladesh to move another batch of Rohingya Muslim refugees to Bhasan Char Island

Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abdul Momen told Reuters earlier this month that the UN should first assess and verify how conducive the environment in Myanmar's Rakhine state was for repatriating the refugees, before carrying out an assessment of Bhasan Char. Several attempts were made by the UN to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar had failed since the refugees refused to go back to the Rakhine territory...

Rising influence of Turkey in J&K alarms security agencies

   Trying to be the global head of the Islamic world, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been constantly trying to interfere in the Kashmir issue. Massive funding by the Turkish Islamic organisations for carrying out anti-India activities in Kashmir and state-sponsored TRT news peddling news against India, have alarmed the Indian security agencies. These activities have increased post after the abrogation of article 370 and the decreased number of militancy in Kashmir valley. ..

GILGIT BALTISTAN (G-B): In the Eye of Storm

Lt Gen Dushyant Singh     ● Strategic importance of GB needs no elaboration. Situated on the gateway to Central Asian Republics (CAR) along the Wakhan corridor (WC), it provides unfettered access to China to Gwadar port through China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) a $66 billion venture. CPEC seeks to provide a solution to the Malacca dilemma of China. Further, due to favorable Sino-Russian partnership, China may also enhance its benefits from the vast energy and ..

Afghanistan asks China to apologise for operating terror cell in Kabul

   In a huge diplomatic setback to China, Afghanistan security forces have busted 10-member Chinese module operating a terror cell in the capital city of Kabul. There are reports of the Chinese administration persuading the Ashraf Ghani to windup the case since this incident has generated global suspicion on them. These Chinese citizens were detained by Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security (NDS) on charges of espionage and running a terror cell. Two people out of the ..

Pakistan’s CPEC dream hits Chinese roadblock: China slowly retreating from Pakistan’s Belt and Road

CPEC project is facing continuous attacks from the Balochistan rebels and the corridor has to pass through a larger length in the province..

FBI accuses Zoom executive of leaking information to CCP

In a big development that could washout tech app Zoom’s credibility, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has accused ZOOM of leaking information to the Chinese Communist Party and also interrupting calls that go against Chinese interests. Zoom’s executive Xinjiang Jin is accused of terminating accounts of several American citizens and interrupting video calls about the 1989 massacre..

US Senate passes landmark Tibetan Policy and Support Act 2020

In a historical move, US senate passed the Tibetan Policy and Support Act 2020 (TPSA) which states that decisions regarding the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama are exclusively within the authority of the current Dalai Lama, Tibetan Buddhist leaders and the Tibetan people. Any interference by Chinese government officials will be met with serious sanctions and be deemed inadmissible into the United States. ..

Chinese aggression boomerangs; massive power cuts hit three provinces, people suffer

Chinese aggression boomerangs; massive power cuts hit three provinces, people suffer..

PM Modi bestowed highest military award by Prez Trump

New Delhi: President of the United States of America Donald Trump conferred the highest decoration, The Legion of Merit, Degree Chief Commander, to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on December 21. ..

Karima Baloch, the Baloch activist who once sought PM Narendra Modi's help, found dead in Toronto

  Baloch activist Karima Baloch has been found dead in Toronto, Canada according to a report published in Balochistan Post. She has been living in Canada as a refugee after having escaped from Pakistan in 2016.Karima Baloch was a critic of the Pakistani government and had actively worked to highlight human rights violations perpetrated upon people in Balochistan. Karima Baloch had placed emphasis on fighting for the rights of Baloch women, and highlighted how the legal system and religious ..

Saudi Arabia removes anti-Israel and anti-Zionist contents from textbooks to normalise relations with the Jewish nation

Saudi Arabia has begun the process of removing anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist contents from the country’s textbooks for the coming school year, a report by the Jerusalem-based Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education has found...

Legendary Freedom Fighter Bagha Jatin's statue defaced in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: The statue of legendary freedom fighter Bagha Jatin has been defaced by miscreants in Kushtia district, Bangladesh. The Police has subsequently arrested two students of a local madrasa along with two teachers in connection with the incident.  The incident was immediately followed after a prior incident when a statue of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was vandalised in Kushtia district earlier this month. Bangladesh has been mired in a big controversy sparked by ..

US head nurse faints after taking Coronavirus vaccine shot during press briefing

  Tiffany Dover, a head nurse at Chattanooga, Hospital in Tennessee, fainted during a press briefing after taking a Pfizer-BionTech's coronavirus vaccine. The Head nurse was addressing media from CHI Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee informing them that her team was among the first ones who were receiving a vaccine against coronavirus. However, while taking up questions during the media interaction, she suddenly fainted and was helped out by a doctor. The incident was ..

Communist China jailed record number of Journalist to hide the truth behind Coronavirus

Communist China jailed record number of Journalist to hide the truth behind Coronavirus..

Jihadist group Boko Haram claims responsibility for abducting 400 Nigerian students

Jihadist group Boko Haram claims responsibility for abducting 400 Nigerian students..

With 35 lakh members, Vidya Bharati Purva Chhatra Parishad becomes world’s largest alumni association

With 35 lakh members, Vidya Bharati Purva Chhatra Parishad becomes world’s largest alumni association ..

Vilification of Swastika has to stop

Hitler himself used the term Hakenkreuz for that dreaded symbol of hate which happened to have similarity with swastika. Theory of Aryan invasion and a common homeland of Aryans is long discredited, however, the association lingers on. The Swatika must be contextualized back into the history of tradition with right connotations and binding it with a single, monochromatic interpretation has to stop..

Release detained journalists, says EU to China

Release detained journalists, says EU to China..

CCP members have infiltrated to UK firms, consulates; claims report

CCP members have infiltrated to UK firms, consulates; claims report..

Google reveals the reason for 45-minute-long crash: blames ‘internal storage quota issue’

      Google online services yesterday (December 14) suffered disruption. The services, including Google's enterprise tool Workspaces, were down for customers across the world. The affected apps and services include Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Slides, Gmail and YouTube. The outage lasted around 45 minutes. The outage lasted almost 45 minutes across all Google services with users unable to login. Most of the services are now back online. Users ..

Indian Ambassadors’ Group pens open letter on Canada’s appeasement politics

   While Canada has become the home turf for the separatist Khalistan movement, Indian Ambassedors’ Group has penned an open letter about Canadian political parties using Sikhs as a vote bank. The group lauds Canada’s vibrant culture and society, but they are sceptical about the Liberal Party’s tactical support for pro-Khalistan groups. The letter says, “It is well known that the separatist and violent Khalistani elements carry out anti-India activities, ..

Staring at Vaccine Famine?

Rich nations–where 13% of the global population live–have booked 52% of vaccines. Equipped with better manufacturing and supply capabilities, India can emerge as a beacon hope for the world..

Gunman who opened fire at Christmas concert in New York shot dead

  A man was shot dead by police after he opened fire near crowds who had gathered to watch carol-singing outside a New York church on Sunday, December 13. New York Police Department Commissioner Dermot Shea said no one was injured during the shooting on the steps of the Cathedral of St John the Divine in Manhattan. A choir that had just finished Christmas carolling at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine was lingering atop the cathedral steps when the suspect, who had two handguns, ..

Maharaja Ranjit Singh's statue vandalised again in Pakistan

Yatharth Sikka     The statue of 19th Century Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh renowned as 'Sher-e-Punjab' has been vandalised for the second time since its unveiling in 2019 at the Lahore Fort, officials said on Friday, December 11. The nine-feet tall statue of the Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh was unveiled at Lahore Fort on his 180th death anniversary in June 2019. Barely 2 months after its unveiling, the statue was vandalised by two religious miscreants, Adnan ..

Khalistanis vandalise statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Washington; Anti-India slogans raised outside the Indian embassy

    Khalistan supporters and anti-India notorious elements on Saturday, December 12 defaced the statue of Mahatma Gandhi outside the Indian embassy in Washington. The Embassy has strongly condemned this act while lodging a strong protest with US law enforcement agencies. A car rally was organised by American Sikhs in Washington DC in support of farmers who are protesting against the recently enacted farm laws in India. Soon protest was hijacked by the separatist ..

NRI protestors get Azadi from Saudi Arabia; Deported for protesting against CAA-NRC

      A number of Non Residential Indians were deported from Saudi Arabia for protesting against Citizenship Amendment Act and National Register of Citizens, reported Arab media. These protestors were ‘inspired’ by the Shaheen Bagh gang, but forgot that in Arab Islamic nations there is no freedom to protest. NRIs living in Jeddah had come out with placards to show their dissent against the Indian government. But eventually, their support for the Islamist protest ..

France Proposes Law To Arm Itself Against Islamist Separatism

 Agrah Pandit      France has brought out a new draft law to arm itself against the growing threat of “radical Islamism” and thus protect French republic from “Islamist hydra” that promotes violence. Originally named the “anti-separatism” bill, it is given a softer name “draft law to strengthen republican values” after the criticism. “The enemy of the Republic is a political ideology called radical Islamist which ..

Muslim Grooming Gangs: 32 men charged with almost 200 sexual exploitation offences against 8 girls as young as 13 in West Yorkshire

      Police probing an alleged grooming gang have charged 32 men with almost 200 offences against girls as young as 13. The alleged offences date from 1999 to 2012 against eight girls in Kirklees, Bradford and Wakefield. Police say the men are charged with a number of offences - including rape, sexual activity with a child, trafficking and false imprisonment. There are 196 counts among the defendants in total against eight girls aged between 13 and 16. The ..

Did we create God or God created us? Maria Wirth answers atheists

It's a question, which atheists often ask. It was on quora: "did we create god or god created us?"..

Pakistan selling Hindu and Christian girls to the Chinese rich, says IRF Ambassador Sam Brownback

US Ambassador-at-large for the International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback has accused Pakistan of selling Hindu and Christian girls to the rich people from China. The IRF ambassador has tweeted “Hindu and Christian women from poor and marginalized communities in Pakistan are vulnerable to traffickers falsely promising marriage to wealthy Chinese men. Once married in China, these women are often isolated, neglected, abused and, at times, sold as prostitutes.”..

Pro-Uighur body to organise protest against China on International Day of Human Rights

 East Turkestan National Awakening Movement, a pro-Uighur body, will hold protests in various countries on the International Day of Human Rights on December 10 to bring the world’s attention towards China’s violation of its citizen’..