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Liberal Maldives blogger stabbed to death

A liberal blogger was stabbed to death on Sunday in the politically motionless Maldivian capital Male. Yameen Rasheed was found injured in the stairwell of his apartment. He had multiple stab wounds on is neck and chest and he passed away shortly after he was taken to the hospital to[Read More…]

Robots and chefs come together to protect the ecosystem

In an attempt to protect the ecosystem, chefs gathered in Bermuda on Wednesday for a competition named the “Lionfish Throwdown” where they challenged one another to make the tastiest lionfish. Interestingly, Lionfish is a venomous carnivorous fish, whose out of control numbers due to lack of predators are destroying marine[Read More…]

Mumbai: In order to get refund for online purchase, Woman losses Rs 75,000

Bangladesh trains teenage girls to fight cyber crime

In order to tackle cyber-crime, Bangladesh on Tuesday began training thousands of teenage girls to fight the hysteric rise of social media-related abuses mostly targeting adolescents. As per the police, the online harassment levels have alarmingly rose in Bangladesh lately and it mostly targets young women. More than 10,000 school-age[Read More…]

Kulbhushan Jadhav and bridge of lies

“This is unfortunate Mr. Pyre, he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. But every accident, properly viewed, is an opportunity”, dialogue from the movie Bridge of Spies. Movie portrays how two super powers dealt during cold war era when espionage was at the pinnacle. It is important[Read More…]

Egypt church explosion kills 21, 50 injured

In an explosion at a church in northern Egypt, as many as 21 people have been killed. The blast targeted the St George Coptic church in the city of Tanta, north of Cairo. The attack in the Nile Delta town of Tanta was the latest in a series of assaults[Read More…]

Indian researcher develops 5D ultrasound system

In latest development for finding a cure for cancer, an Indian researcher’s work at Baltimore’s prestigious John Hopkins University has come up with a new technology to help surgeons detect and treat cancerous tumours while operating on patients. This Indian genius, Nishikant Deshmukh claims that he has developed the world’s[Read More…]

Colombia mudslides kill 254 says President

In an unfortunate incident, massive mudslides in the Colombian town of Mocoa killed as many as 254 people out of which 43 were children said President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday. “Unfortunately, these are still preliminary figures,” tweeted President Santos, who travelled to the southern town Sunday to make sure[Read More…]

UK Parliament attack: ISIS claims responsibility

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Westminster attack that left three victims dead, including a police officer, outside of London’s Parliament building on Wednesday. “The perpetrator of the attacks yesterday in front of the British Parliament in London is an Islamic State soldier and he carried out the operation in[Read More…]

Multiple bomb blasts rock migrant camp in Nigeria

Multiple suicide bomb blasts tore apart an immigrant camp consisting of persons fled from Boko Haram camp in Nigeria on Wednesday.  The incident took place in Nigeria’s restive northeastern city of Maiduguri, said reports. “There were four explosions inside the camp,” the coordinator of the Muna camp Tijjani Lumani told[Read More…]

New York’s legendary columnist Jimmy Breslin dies

Jimmy Breslin, who died Sunday at 88, was a central character of New York journalism, notably with the New York Daily News. Breslin won a Pulitzer Prize for some amazing articles which include his works exposing police harassment in Queens. Of his remarkable works, the most impressive was an interview with[Read More…]

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