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Bougainville Voted Overwhelmingly To Become The World’s Newest Nation

bougainville votes for independence become newest nation
The South Pacific region of Bougainville voted overwhelmingly to become the world’s newest nation by gaining independence from Papua New Guinea. Bougainville Referendum Commission Chairman...

World’s youngest PM in Finland

youngest pm of finland
Finland's Sanna Marin, 34, was officially appointed as the country's prime minister on Tuesday (Dec 10), becoming the world's youngest sitting head of government. Marin...

NASA and ISRO can boost space research via next-gen cloud computing

nasa isro joint project to document imported space data in cloud storage
NASA and space agencies like the Indian Space Research organization (ISRO) that can boost space research via next-gen Cloud computing, a top NASA-JPL official...

ISRO’s ‘Project Netra’ for securing Indian satellites from space debris and...

govt propose 33.3 cr to protest satellite from space debris
The Centre has proposed Rs 33.3 crore for ISRO's 'Project Netra' for securing Indian satellites from space debris and other dangers, according to documents...

Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: What does it do

citizenship bill amendment 2019
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019, that seeks to give Indian nationality to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan was introduced in the Lok...

1000 Litre Water Has 8.3 Million Piece Of Micro Plastic

1000 litre water has 8.3 million piece of micro plastic
We knew that microplastics—the tiny pieces of broken-down plastic bottles and other garbage—can now be found everywhere from Arctic ice to bottled water to...

RBI Keep Repo Rates At 5.15%

rbi keep repo rates unchanged at 5.15%
Monetary Policy Committee of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) stood pat on policy rates, as it decides to wait for past policy actions,...

More Indians Access The Internet In Their Native Language

9 out of 10 internet user in india access content in local language
While proficiency in the English language has a certain aspirational quotient in India, a new wave of internet users in the country are opting...

Why Pacific And Atlantic Ocean Do Not Mix

why pacific and atlantic ocean do not mix
First of all, mixing in the ocean isn't as simplistic as two fluids with different properties forming one single fluid. In a fluid system...

India’s tech cities are choking on their success

India's tech cities are choking on their success
Air pollution has been Delhi’s persistent enemy. It rears its head at the onset of winter when heavy smog envelopes the national capital, reducing...

Drastic Rise In Unemployment Rate In India

Delhi, Jharkhand show drastic rise in unemployment rate
Fresh data released by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) showed that the rise in India's unemployment rate in October was the highest...

NASA finds crash site of Indian lunar lander

India's crashed lunar lander site is spotted on the moon
Nasa released an image taken by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) that showed the site of the spacecraft’s impact and associated debris field, with...

European Space Agency raises record £12.3 billion

European Space Agency raises record £12.3 billion
Boris Johnson has agreed to increase funding for the European Space Agency by more than 15 per cent, in an attempt to safeguard Britain’s...

Net migration to Britain fell to its lowest level in nearly...

EU net migration to the UK falls to lowest level since 2003
Net migration to Britain fell to its lowest level in nearly six years during the year to June, driven by a fall in the...

Fastag Mandatory Tolls From Dec1

fastag mandatory tolls from dec1
December 1, the Ministry of Highways and Roads, has made it mandatory for all vehicles, private and commercial to immediately switch to electronic toll...

SCIENTISTS say they may have found a fifth force of nature

hungarian scientist could win noble prize for 5th force of nature
Scientists at the Institute for Nuclear Research at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Atomki) have posted findings showing what could be an example of that...

Government plans to merge Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli

cente plan to merge union terroteries daman,dadar and nagar haweli
Two Union Territories - Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli - will be merged into one and a bill in this effect...

Man Set Guinness World Record for Fastest JCB Speed

man set guinness world record for fastest jcb speed
JCB has hit the headlines once again and the reason is a little bizarre again. This time, a man drove a JCB tractor so...

Govt to not link social media and adhaar

govt to not link social media and adhaar
Minister of information technology Ravi Shankar Prasad told Parliament that the government has no proposal for linking Aadhaar with social media accounts of individuals....

‘Climate emergency’ is declared Oxford Dictionary ‘word of the year’

The term climate emergency has been declared the 'word of the year' by Oxford Dictionaries after its usage soared by over 10,000 percent in...

Japan’s Shinzo Abe becomes Japan’s longest serving prime minister

Japan's Abe becomes longest serving PM
Abe Shinzō matched Katsura Tarō on November 19, 2019, as Japan’s longest-serving prime minister. If Prime Minister Abe holds the post of president of...

Pope Francis condemns culture of hate reminiscent of Hitler

Pope Francis condemns culture of hate reminiscent of Hitler
Speaking on November 15, Pope Francis said some of what he hears from politicians today reminds him of Hitler’s speeches from the 1930s. "I confess...

China’s raft of clean air policies saved hundreds of thousands of...

China has saved hundreds of thousands of lives by reducing air po
Fine particle pollution declined rapidly following the implementation of new rules on industrial emissions and the promotion of clean fuels, according to the study. The...

Doctors test powerful gene-editing tool in people with cancer

Doctors test CRISPR gene-editing tool on three American cancer patients for the very first time and say it is 'safe', but it's too soon...

Arsene Wenger has been appointed as FIFA’s new chief of global...

fifa appoint arsene wenger as chief of football development
FIFA says it has hired Arsene Wenger in a full-time role leading its global work developing soccer. The former Arsenal manager accepted FIFA’s offer...

Sabarimala verdict: Court to review ruling on women’s entry

Sabarimala temple: India court to review ruling on women's entry
The Supreme Court referred to a larger bench the petitions seeking review of the apex court’s 2018 judgment allowing entry of women between the...

Mahya Rastegar captures the women challenging the status quo in a...

Iranian women
For the past five years, Iranian photographer Mahya Rastegar has documented Iranian women who are influential in their fields. Rastegar, who took up photography in her...

CJI’s office comes under ambit of RTI Act, Supreme Court says

sc says cji office comes rti act
The Supreme Court ruled that the office of the Chief Justice of India is a public authority under the Right to Information Act. Reading...

Butter, 30, set a new world record recently by running marathons...

1st person to run marathon in all countries of the world
Butter, 30, set a new world record recently by running marathons in each and every country. The quest has made Butter run 26.2 miles...

The British economy avoided falling into recession in the third quarter...

UK economy avoids recession
Official figures show that the British economy avoided falling into recession in the third quarter of the year. The Office for National Statistics said...
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