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More Than 1000 Schools And Colleges Are Hit By Cyberattacks

Spear phishing attacks hit the education sector hard between June and September, affecting more than 1,000 schools, colleges, and universities, according to a global...

Reebok Launches “Proud Notes” Campaign to Celebrate Pride Month

By Puja Gupta To honour the LGBTQ+ community and Pride Month this June, Reebok has launched "Proud Notes" campaign, highlighting activists and influencers in the...

Sony Plans to Unveil First Set of PlayStation 5 on June 3

Sony is reportedly planning to unveil its first set of PlayStation 5 (PS5) games on June 3. While the June 3 reveal may provide the...

Tesla aiming to build 6,000 Model 3 cars per week by end-June

Chief Executive of the electric car maker Tesla Elon Musk has said that the company will now build Model 3 sedan round the clock...

Flood-hit eastern region in India ‘raises risk’ of Women, Children being sold into slavery

- by Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI, August 28, 2016: India's flood-hit eastern region are at risk of being preyed upon by human traffickers and Women and...

USA observing CPR and AED Awareness Week from June 1-7, to save lives from Cardiac Arrest

Back in 2007, the American Heart Association, The American Red Cross, and the National Safety Council joined forces and worked fervently to assign one...

India & China: Two Asian giants mark their darkest days

By Hardev Sanotra  As India recalled its darkest period 40 years ago in June, China too marked its worst days in its recent history in...

Time-warp: Why June 30 will be a bit longer

Washington: Strictly speaking, a day lasts 86,400 seconds. On June 30, the day will officially be a bit longer than usual because an extra...

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Medical Abortion In India Continues To Face High Levels Of Stigma

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