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Lockdowns led to a Dramatic Reduction in Noise Exposure: Study

People's exposure to environmental noise dropped nearly by half during the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic, say researchers, adding that lockdowns and...

World’s Democracies Suffering Under the Weight of COVID-19 Pandemic

The world’s democracies are suffering under the weight of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new Freedom House report. The report, titled Democracy Under Lockdown,...

Everything You Need to Know About Labor Day

Labor Day is a national holiday, created to honor U.S. workers and their contribution to the economy. Many Americans use the day to celebrate...

3 Out of 4 CEOs to be Personally Liable for Hacking Events by 2024: Report

As cyber incidents increase globally, three out of four CEOs will be personally liable for hacking events by 2024 as they will not be...

Twitter Receives 21% More Account Information Requests from Governments

Twitter received nearly 21 per cent more information requests for account information from the governments and law enforcement agencies worldwide in the July-December 2019...

PM Modi Tweets About Rafale Aircraft Landing on Indian Soil

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a video of the first set of Rafale aircraft landing on Indian soil with a Sanskrit phrase where he...

World Tiger Day: The Effects of Pandemic on Wildlife

By Siddhi Jain The ongoing pandemic has not only affected humans, but also impacted all species on Earth; bringing a stronger focus the inextricablehuman-wildlife connect. According...

Is Coronavirus a Bioweapon?

By Amin Bagheri In late December, the World Health Organization reported a pneumonia-like disease in Wuhan, China. A few days after a report was revealed...

Coronavirus Threatening Livelihoods of 600 Million Children in South Asia: UNICEF

The coronavirus is threatening the livelihoods of 600 million children in South Asia, UNICEF said in a report released Tuesday. The report, “Lives Upended,” describes how the...

Developing Countries Account for 3-Quarters of Daily Covid Cases

By Jamie Dettmer Developing countries now account for three-quarters of the 100,000 daily new coronavirus cases that authorities around the world are reporting. The steady...

Is Your Personal Data Safe With COVID-19 Apps?

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found that most of the COVID-19 apps required access to users' personal data, but only a handful indicated...

VandaTheGod: Researchers Identify Super Hacker With 4,820 Records of Hacked Websites

A super hacker by the name of VandaTheGod who hacked governments, corporations and individuals alike since 2013 has been linked with high certainty to...

Governments To Curb Political Influence Of Major Corporations To Tackle Several Global Crisis: Study

To defeat the intertwined pandemics of obesity, hunger and climate change, governments must curb the political influence of major corporations, said a major report...

Exclusive: Angry Farmers and Distressed Leaders

- by Salil Gewali If we want to see the worst in someone, then sweeten the person up by frequently giving him money. It is...

24 years in Saudi Desert, Indian Origin Gana Prakasam to return to India

A 52-year-old Indian man is set to finally return home after 24 years Gana Prakasam Rajamariyan, hailing from Tamil Nadu, illegally stayed in...

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High Omega-3 Levels Reduce The Death Risk In Covid

People with higher omega-3 levels in their blood may have a reduced risk of death from Covid-19 infection, a new study suggests. The findings, published...

People Hesitant To Visit The Emergency In USA For Children

Nearly one in four families in the USA had said that they would be unlikely to bring their child to the emergency ward if...

UNEP Says There Is An Increase In Climate Litigations

Climate litigation cases have spiked in recent years, making the courtroom increasingly relevant to efforts to address climate change around the world, an UN...

Study Links Light Pollution And Preterm Birth

Light pollution, based on a direct measure of skyglow, could increase the likelihood of preterm birth, a new study suggests. The study, published in the...