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South African Doctors See Unexpected Boom in Plastic Surgery Demand

By Anita Powell Doctors in South Africa, the continent's coronavirus epicenter, expected to be busy as the virus ravaged its way across the Rainbow Nation....

Indian Temples and Jhandis in the Caribbean: Interview with HC of India to Trinidad and Tobago

Soft-spoken Orissa-born diplomat Arun Kumar Sahu is a poet at heart. His collection of poems “Iguana and Other Poems”  was recently published. Sahu is...

PM Modi Turns 70: Wishes Pour In From All Over The World

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 70 on Thursday, wishes from home and abroad poured in for him. Extending his greetings, Nepal Prime Minister K.P....

Scientists Find Humpback Whales In Crocodile-Infested Australian River

By Phil Mercer Marine experts are planning to rescue humpback whales that have been recorded for the first time in crocodile-infested waters in the Kakadu...

UN Report Outlines Eight Transformative Changes to Save the Planet

Despite encouraging progress in several areas, the natural world is suffering badly and getting worse. Eight transformative changes are, therefore, urgently needed to ensure...

Pre-Existing Inequalities Should be Effectively Addressed to Build a Better World: UN Human Rights Chief

The Covid-19 and the resulting multifaceted crisis have unmasked the strong link between race, ethnicity, socio-economic status and health outcomes, and the pre-existing inequalities...

7 Travel Tips For Planning a Europe Trip in Post COVID World

Europe used to be a pleasurable destination for most tourists but that has changed recently all thanks to the pandemic. Just coming out of...

Political Violence Against Indians in Suriname is Rare

With reporting by Dr Kumar Mahabir The following is a REPORT on Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre (ICC) ZOOM public meeting (6/9/20) on the topic “Political violence...

World’s Wildlife Population Dropped by 68% in 4 Decades Due to Human Activity

A report released Thursday by the nonprofit conservation group World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said the world's wildlife populations have plunged by an average of...

Australia to Protect Endangered Koala Bears from Urban Development

By Phil Mercer Officials in Australia say a large housing development project could be blocked to protect endangered koala bears in one of the...

Hunger May Lead to Global Deaths of 10,000 Children Every Month: WHO Chief

The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned on Wednesday that growing hunger can result in an estimated global death...

Need for International Cooperation to Protect Education in Every Situation: Bangladesh PM

By Sumi Khan Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for a concerted global action to ensure a safe and secure environment for students during...

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Workday Routine: Google Assistant to Help You Stretch, Walk and Drink Water as You WFH

To ensure productivity along with enough self-care in between, Google has introduced a new Workday routine that makes Google Assistant help you stretch, walk...

Covid-19 Can Leave Patients With Signs of Heart Inflammation Months After Recovery

Researchers in the US have found that Covid-19 can leave some patients with signs of heart inflammation and injury months after they get sick...

Bollywood Films Slated to Release on OTT Platforms in Coming Months

Superstar Akshay Kumar is leading the trend of booking festival dates to release films on digital platforms, with direct-to-OTT films emerging as top trend...

Sikkim- Small But Beautiful

By Neha Hegde Here are some places to visit and cherish in the gateway of the Himalayas for all the travel enthusiasts who have Sikkim...