Bird Flu Outbreak Spreads Across to Mammals One of the world’s largest bird flu outbreaks, the Avian Flu has led to the death of nearly
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Second Strike Launched In France Over Pension Reforms A second round of strike action was coordinated in France where thousands of people especially working youth
Record Number of Rhino Poaching Reported in Namibia According to Reports by the Namibian Government, the poaching of endangered rhinos has become twice as compared
India’s First Newspaper; Commemorating Bengal Gazette Every year on 29th January, India celebrates the birth of its first newspaper, Hickey’s Bengal Gazette which marked itself
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Auckland Under The Banner of Floods; Death Toll Increases The largest city in New Zealand, Auckland has been announced to be in a state of
Auckland stays under a state of emergency owing to floods overtaking the country.
The Telangana Mahila Viswavidyalayam Gets A Makeover Renovation The restoration work was underway and recently finished for the Telangana Mahila Viswavidyalayam in Hyderabad city. Belonging
Tiny Radioactive Capsule Lost; Official Search Underway A tiny capsule casing carrying the radioactive element Caesium-137 went missing while it was being transported via a
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India’s History Etched on Republic Day Republic Day is one of the most eminent national holidays in India. 26th January holds a significant place in
Official Swearing in Of Chris Hipkins as New Zealand’s PM Previously serving in the office of the Minister of Education, Chris Hipkins is all set
Image Courtesy: BBC News Damage To Slums in South Korea Post-Fire Eruption On Friday at about 6 in the morning, a fire broke out at
The unfortunate news of her death was shared by a spokesperson from her nursing home. They informed the reporters of her death, proclaiming her “liberation” as she set to join her brothers, with whom she shared a close relationship. Towards the end of her life, Sister Andre became blind and dependent on the wheelchair all of which were symptoms of her age. Despite her difficulties, she cared for others at her nursing home, tending to their needs.
Juvenile Delinquency can be defined as “delinquent” or antisocial criminal activities being demonstrated by juveniles or children below the age of 16 for boys and 18 for girls.
Although the scientific progression of de-extinction is immensely leading to a revolution in the biological world, several ethical questions and re-examinations are required.
Image Credits: Sarkari Library Elvis Presley’s Daughter, Lisa Presley passed away at the age of 54. A few hours before her demise she was hospitalized
Beloved by the people of his country, Prince Harry has published a collection of his memoir titled ‘Spare’ which hits the shelves of UK bookstores on 10th January. Popularly being regarded as the No. 1 Bestseller Book of 2023, it is expected to become an enormous hit as it has already smashed No. 1 on various online publishing platforms.
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The USDA Grants Approval For First Honey Bee Vaccination
In a groundbreaking event, the Agricultural Department of the United States of America approved the world’s first vaccination for honey bees. This step has been taken to protect the honeybees from foulbrood disease. The root causes of this disease lie in the bacterium Paenibacillus larvae which is reportedly found in beehives to weaken and kill it. This required beekeepers to administer antibiotics and often burn infected colonies to prevent them from spreading and infecting the remaining. Currently, no cure for the disease has been discovered, however, a vaccination has been launched to protect against it. Initially only prevalent in Canada and the United States, the American foulbrood has slowly started to spread across the globe