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Education for all a distant dream for the next 50 years: UN

In an extensive report, the United Nations on Tuesday confirmed that the world will miss deadline for ensuring ‘secondary education for all children’ by more than 50 years. The goal was agreed as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – an ambitious plan to end poverty, hunger, advance equality[Read More…]

Church of England Bishop opens up about being homosexual

Nicholas Chamberlain, the Bishop of Grantham has publicly admitted to being in a ‘long term and committed’ homosexual relationship. Chamberlain is the first bishop in the Church of England to be open about his sexuality. Although Bishops are allowed to be in same-sex relationships but they are to maintain celibacy[Read More…]

Surgeons to conduct first human head transplant

Taking a leaf out of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, two surgeons are going to perform the first human head transplant, a news that is creating ripples in the medical science world and Gothic literature circles. Since 1960’s when the first human heart transplant took place, medical science has grown further opening[Read More…]

Dhaka attack mastermind killed in Bangladesh

Bangladeshi security forces claimed to have killed the Dhaka café attack mastermind along with three other Islamist militants on Saturday. This operation was carried out by raiding their hideout in Naraynganj, outskirts of Dhaka. Bangladesh-born Canadian citizen Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, the alleged mastermind of the attack on the cafe, was killed[Read More…]

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