As per local health ministry, the six survivors were being hospitalised. Also, Tatarstan head Rustam Minnikhanov was travelling to the scene of the crash, a statement on his website mentions.
During the first day of her visit, PM Frederiksen met India’s PM Narendra Modi for bilateral talks. The two countries signed upon four agreements. Continue reading Denmark PM visits India for bilateral talks, signs 4 agreement
Residents of the capital Lusaka, and the copper belts of Kitwe and Ndola have said that they had no electricity. Continue reading Zambia suffers major power outrage
In order to appreciate the presence of postal system in our lives, every year on October 9, the world celebrates World Postal Day. At the same time, on this day, we acknowledge and appreciate the tireless service that the postal department and its people provide us. Continue reading World Postal Day 2021: History and Significance
The Swedish Academy in a statement said, “The theme of the refugee’s disruption runs throughout his work. He began writing as a 21-year-old in English exile, and although Swahili was his first language, English became his literary tool.”
The widely used Sputnik V shot in Russia approved for use in over 70 countries is undergoing a review by the WHO and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Continue reading WHO says ‘near’ to solving issues on Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine
Chairwoman Berit Reiss-Andersen of the Norwegian Nobel Committee said in a conference, “They are representatives of all journalists who stand up for this ideal in a world in which democracy and freedom of the press face increasingly adverse conditions. Free, independent and fact-based journalism serves to protect against abuse of power, lies and war propaganda.”
Officials familiar with the situation claimed on Friday that scores of Indian and Chinese soldiers were embroiled in a tense standoff along the contentious Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh’s sensitive Tawang area. Continue reading Indian and Chinese military clash in Arunachal Pradesh ahead of the LAC discussions
The Leh district of Ladakh experienced trembling during midnight, which caused a lot of problems for people. Although the magnitude was not high, people had to leave their homes in the middle of the night. Continue reading Earthquake hits Ladakh and neighbouring country Myanmar
A street dog named Boji, has become a regular sight on ferries, buses and metro trains in Europe’s largest city. A devoted commuter, the dog enjoys long journeys on public transport upto 30 kilometres on a regular week day.
The US has one of the most lenient controls over gun laws in the world. A country with the most civilian gun ownership has witnessed mass shootings and homicide for ages. Continue reading Current state of ‘gun laws’ in United States
The European Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) stated the epicenter of the earthquake was 120 KM away from East and South-east part of Quetta.
October 6th marked a new day in medical history as World Health Organisation recommended the broad use of the world’s first malaria vaccine.
Over the weekend, more than 3000 barrels of oil leaked into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of southern California killing wildlife, damaging sensitive environmental areas and closing beaches. Continue reading California port where spill occurred had numerous ships waiting to unload
With a ban on female workers, many industries and institutions are in urgent need of skilled workers and the current education system in Afghanistan shows no capability to produce what the country desperately needs. Continue reading Taliban regime: A shadow on the future of education in Afghanistan