Former President of Pakistan and Military Leader, Pervez Musharraf, Passes Away at 79On February 5, 2023 by Reyan Hameed Arain
Pervez Musharraf, former President of Pakistan and military leader, passed away in Dubai on Sunday 5 Feb at the age of 79 after a long illness. He was known for his strong leadership style and played a significant role in the political and military history of Pakistan.
Musharraf came to power in 1999 through a military coup and served as the President of Pakistan from 2001 to 2008. During his time in power, he faced numerous challenges and controversies, including a period of intense conflict with Taliban militant groups, his support for the US-led “war on terror” after the 9/11 attacks, and surviving numerous assassination attempts.
Chinese Ballon flies above Pentagon. US Military intervened: Remours of war echo throughout the globe.On February 5, 2023 by Garima Pandey
The use of such spy balloons is not new. Spy balloons were first used at the Battle of Fleurus in 1794 against Austrian and Dutch troops during the French Revolution. They were also used during the American Civil War in the 1860s. Such balloons were widely used by the US and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
INDIA-EGYPT RELATIONS: An opportunity for the Surya and Ra to become one!On January 31, 2023 by Viranch Dave
Whether in the writings of Herodotus or in the Tales of Alexander the Great, there has always been special mention of the two great ancient wisdom which since time immemorial were the centers of great civilization visiting which was the dream of many. India and Egypt are repositories in themselves of history, culture, gods and goddesses.
Blast attack on Mosque in Peshawar, during Zohar prayersOn January 31, 2023 by Reyan Hameed Arain
On 30- Jan-2023 a devastating blast took place in the Police line masjid in Peshawar during Zohar prayers in the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The city, which is known as the “City of Flowers”, was shattered by the explosion which was heard from far. The bomb exploded right after the Imam’s taqbeer, According to a claim 300 to 400 people were attending prayers.
Laws That Outlaw Homosexuality Are Deemed unjust By Pope Francis.On January 26, 2023 by Sahithi Reddy
“Being homosexual is not a crime,” Francis declared in an exclusive interview with The
Associated Press. Francis admitted that some Catholic bishops around the world support laws that criminalize homosexuality or discriminate against LGBTQ persons, and he referred to the matter as a “sin.” However, he linked such attitudes to cultural backgrounds, and he stated that bishops, in particular, must undergo a process of conversion to recognize the dignity of all people.
Sierra Leone Govt Passes Ground-Breaking Law On Women’s RightsOn January 26, 2023 by Arundhutee Bhattacharya
President Julius Maada Bio apologised to women for past mistreatment, saying, “For so long, we haven’t been fair to you.” According to the law, women must hold a minimum of 30% of positions in both the public and private sectors. Women have been “crying” out for this change “for years,” according to the Minister of Gender and Children’s Affairs. Many Tarawalli stated that the measure was significant to women in Sierra Leone and that no other sub-Saharan African nations had approved a similar statute.
Russia And South Africa Bilateral TradeOn January 26, 2023 by Shaik Uzma
Russia exported $506 million to South Africa in 2020. Russia’s main exports to South Africa are copper wire ($169 million), wheat ($117 million), and crude petroleum ($42.3 million). Russia’s exports to South Africa have increased at an annualized rate of 11.3% over the last 25 years, from $35.2 million in 1995 to $506 million in 2020. In 2020, Russia exported services to South Africa worth $18.9 million, with transportation ($5.81 million), royalties and license fees ($5.64 million), and other business services ($3.36 million) accounting for the majority of the value. South Africa will export $587 million to Russia in 2020.
A native Hawaiian man has been released from a 130-year sentence after 25 years in prison amid new evidence.On January 26, 2023 by Garima Pandey
A judge on Tuesday ordered a man released from prison immediately after his attorneys
presented new evidence and argued that he didn’t commit the crimes he was convicted of and spent more than 20 years locked up for: the 1991 murder, kidnapping and sexual assault of a woman visiting Hawaii.
Years before the shooting incident in “Rust,” actor Brandon Lee was killed by a pretend gun.On January 23, 2023 by Sahithi Reddy
Involuntary manslaughter allegations against actor Alec Baldwin arise from the shooting
death of Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in 2021. The incident brings to mind another on-set tragedy from over three decades ago: the unintentional shooting of actor Brandon Lee while shooting The Crow.
Apple Prides itself On Its Privacy; All about Apple’s PrivacyOn January 22, 2023 by Shaik Uzma
Cupertino puts privacy first in a lot of its products. But the company still gathers a bunch of your information. Over the last decade, Apple has positioned itself as a company that prioritizes privacy. It has clashed with law enforcement over encrypting people’s phones, messages, and FaceTime calls, as well as with Facebook over its creepy ad-tracking practices.