How Russian children are taken from Ukraine by Moscow?On March 19, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
One of the most contentious aspects of the conflict is Russia’s open attempt to adopt Ukrainian children and raise them as Russian.
Egyptian FM Sameh Shoukry and Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu said diplomatic relations to be upgraded. to ambassador level ‘as soon as possible”On March 19, 2023 by Garima Pandey
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu have recently announced their commitment to upgrading diplomatic relations between the two countries.
India Bangladesh friendship pipeline is going to be inaugurated through video conferencing on March 18, 2023On March 19, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
The India-Bangladesh friendship diesel pipeline will be officially opened today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart, Sheikh Hasina.
Indian Supreme Court’s Ruling on Drug Storage by Doctors: Striking a Balance between Patient Safety and Medical CareOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
The Drugs and Cosmetics Act is a crucial piece of legislation in India that governs the import, manufacturing, distribution, and sale of drugs and cosmetics. The Act’s provisions, including guidelines for drug storage, aim to uphold the quality, safety, and efficacy of drugs.
The End of Passwords? Apple, Google, and Microsoft Team Up to Revolutionize Online AuthenticationOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
Passwords have long been the primary means of securing online accounts, but they are not without their flaws. Weak passwords, password reuse, and phishing attacks are just a few examples of the problems that can arise when relying on passwords. Apple, Google, and Microsoft, three of the biggest names in technology, are collaborating to support a new password-free login method as a solution to these problems.
The Balancing Act: The UK’s Tough Stance on Russia and ChinaOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
The recent accusations made by the United Kingdom against Russia and China have brought to the forefront the growing danger, disorder, and division that plagues the world today. These accusations are not new, given the assertive behaviour of both countries on the global stage. However, they come at a critical juncture where the erosion of the rules-based international order has become a major concern for the international community. The need for a collective response to these threats is imperative to ensure international peace and security.
Breaking the Shackles of Injustice: Insaaf’s Battle for Judicial Reforms in IndiaOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
On March 15, 2023, Kapil Sibal, a well-respected Indian politician and lawyer, launched the ‘Insaaf’ initiative, a new platform dedicated to advocating for much-needed reforms in India’s judicial system. During the launch event, Sibal spoke passionately about the alleged misuse of government investigative agencies, like the ED and CBI, and its negative impact on the Indian justice system.
Germany’s 49 euro transit ticket gets federal fundingOn March 17, 2023 by Garima Pandey
Germany is an incredibly popular tourist destination, and it looks like that popularity is set to increase even further with the launch of a new 49-euro ticket expected to launch in spring 2023. This ticket will give tourists access to unlimited travel on regional trains throughout Germany for seven days.
America shares video of the Russian plane and drone collision in the Black Sea.On March 17, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
The US military has released a video that it claims shows a Russian plane unsafely intercepting an American drone over the Black Sea.
How can the court reinstate a Chief minister who did not face a floor test?On March 17, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
On February 14, a five-judge panel headed by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India DY Chandrachud and including Justice MR Shah, Krishna Murari, Hima Kohli, and PS Narasimha began hearing the case.