Wine Wars: Ireland and Italy clash over cancer warning labels for bottles of alcoholOn February 26, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
Ireland’s plan to label all bottles of alcohol with cancer warnings has angered wine-producing countries – especially Italy. Irish plan would mandate health warnings saying that drinking alcohol causes liver disease, harms the unborn baby, and is directly linked to fatal cancers.
UN members endorse resolution to end the war in UkraineOn February 25, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
On the eve of the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, roughly three-quarters of UN member states endorsed a resolution calling for “just and lasting” peace,
A woman dies every two minutes because of pregnancy or childbirth in 2020: a WHO report saysOn February 24, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
The report estimates that there were 287,000 maternal deaths globally in 2020 — the most recent year these statistics cover. That’s the equivalent of a woman dying every two minutes — or nearly 800 deaths a day.
Four days work week makes companies more money, study claimsOn February 23, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
A four-day workweek doesn’t always mean that employees maintain their pay and benefits. Some organizations have reportedly used a four-day week as a cost-saving measure
Disputed paternity: when can the court order DNA test in matrimonial cases involving allegations of adulteryOn February 23, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
The Supreme Court in Sharda vs. Dharmpal has held that a matrimonial court has the power to order a person to undergo a medical test. Such an order would not be in violation of the right to personal liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution. The fact that a child was born during the subsistence
“We are here to do a constitutional duty and not to please you or anyone”, CJI DY ChandrachudOn February 21, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
We are here to do a constitutional duty and not to please you or anyone”, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud told PIL petitioner Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, while dismissing a petition filed by him seeking uniform age of marriage for men and women.
The US has just accused Russia of committing crimes against humanity in UkraineOn February 20, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
In the case of Russia’s actions in Ukraine, we have examined the evidence, we know the legal standards, and there is no doubt: These are crimes against humanity,” Harris said in a speech at the Munich Security Conference.
North Korea fires long-range missile after warning over military drillsOn February 20, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
North Korea’s ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programmes are banned under UN Security Council resolutions, but Pyongyang says its weapons development is necessary to counter “hostile policies” by Washington and its allies.
Microsoft AI chatbot says it wants to ‘steal codes’ before hitting on a reporterOn February 18, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
Chatbots, also called chatterbots, is a form of Artificial Intelligence (AI) used in messaging apps. This tool helps add convenience for customers—they are automated programs that interact with customers like a human would and cost little to nothing to engage with.
Top Russian war official dies after falling from a 160-foot building.On February 18, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
A high-ranking Russian defence official, Marina Yankina, died after falling from a window of a building in St Petersburg. Yankina used to head the financial support department of the Russian Ministry of Defence for the Eastern Military District.