Indigeneity, a project of hopeOn March 1, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
Over time in the history of mankind, different nations have used a variety of terminologies to describe the groups within their geographical boundaries that they recognize as Indigenous.
Balloon flight to space view tours; Japan TechnologyOn February 28, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
Japan startup is offering a chance to fly high into the stratosphere in a two-seater cabin attached to a helium balloon.
Indian Air Force to participate in Exercise Cobra Warrior in the United KingdomOn February 28, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
An Indian Air Force contingent comprising 145 Air Warriors departed from Air Force Station Jamnagar for participating in Exercise Cobra Warrior at the Waddington Air Force Base of the Royal Air Force in England.
China’s coercive leverage on India’s neighbourhood is a matter of concernOn February 26, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
The US Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Mr Donald Lu said, “Concerning Chinese loans to countries in India’s immediate neighbourhood (Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka), we are deeply concerned that loans may be used for coercive leverage”. This was ahead of the India, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan trip of Secretary of State Antony Blinken, while Lu was addressing a special press briefing.
Cyclone Gabrielle in New ZealandOn February 19, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
Cyclone Gabrielle hit New Zealand as a dominant subtropical storm after transitioning from a tropical cyclone. Heavy downfall from the still- the powerful storm began falling on the island nation on February 11 and continued for the next several days.
A Lesser Known DementiaOn February 18, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
Dementia refers to problems with mental abilities caused by gradual changes and damage in the brain.
There are many types of frontotemporal dementia. The behavioural variant causes loss in the areas of the brain that controls judgement, empathy and conduct.
Life Longevity; Research StudyOn February 18, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
Some people have genetic mutations that do not allow them to benefit from Trikafta, which targets the most common fibrosis mutation. Still, many newborns with this disease today can expect to live into their 60s — a prognosis that will most likely continue to improve during their lifetimes.
Nikki Haley, an American politician of Indian origin announces her presidential bid for 2024.On February 17, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
Nikki Haley is the former South Carolina governor and U.N.the ambassador who is now the second major declared candidate for Republican presidential elections in 2024, officially challenging Donald Trump in the race
Union Budget 2023-24On February 16, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
The last full-fledged Union Budget for the year 2023-24 was presented before the Lok Sabha elections of 2024 by the Finance Minister of India, Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman. The Union Budget for FY 2023-24 aims to strengthen India’s economic status. In the 75th Year of India’s Independence, the World has recognized the Indian Economy as a ‘bright star’ with its Economic Growth estimated at 7 percent, which is the highest among all major economies of the world.
The Vision for ‘Amrit Kaal’ articulated in the Union Budget has centered around:
Green GrowthOn February 9, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
In March 2005, at the fifth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Development (MCED) in Seoul, the concept of green growth over sustainable development originated. Green growth is a paradigm in which green policies, technology, and investments drive sustainable economic development. According to the report by OCED, Green growth means fostering economic growth and development while