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Uncertainties in Life Can Make You Believe in Supernatural Powers

Uncertainties in modern life like millions of people are now witnessing amid the pandemic can make them believe more in supernatural powers and experience...

Facebook Launches ‘Accelerator’ Programmes to Nurture Startups

To help nurture the startup ecosystem, Facebook has launched two new Accelerator programmes that will focus on product themes and exploration of collaborative partnerships...

People Opting for Domestic Trips Post-Pandemic

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Covid-19 Worst Fears Seen in Poor, War-Torn Countries

For months, experts have warned of a potential nightmare scenario: After overwhelming health systems in some of the world’s wealthiest countries and regions, the...

Lockdowns Prevented Millions of deaths from Covid-19: Study

Lockdowns across the globe prevented millions of deaths from the novel coronavirus, a new study reports. According to a study by the Imperial College of...

Rapid Netflix Subscriber Growth in Asia and Latin America: Report

Netflix is seeing rapid subscriber growth in regions including Asia and Latin America as it girds for tougher competition in the streaming market, newly...

Central American Countries Rally to Protest For Conservation of Forests

Central American countries are teaming up to conserve the region's five great forests as part of a regional climate action plan released at U.N....

39 Million People Suffering from Hunger in Latin America and The Caribbean

An increase in the number of people suffering from hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean, now totaling 39 million, is a cause of...

Did You Know? IOM States Latin America as World’s Deadliest Route for Migrants

  The International Organization for Migration reports Latin America has displaced previous record-holder, the Mediterranean Sea as the deadliest route for migrants in the world. Thousands of...

Coalition Against Venezuela’s Maduro Grew From Secret Talks

The coalition of Latin American governments that joined the U.S. in quickly recognizing Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim president came together over weeks of...

Google Celebrates Gabo

Google celebrates the 91st birthday of Gabriel Garcia Marquez Also known as Gabo, he was a Columbian novelist He was also a Nobel Prize...

Indian Man Atulkumar Babubhai Patel who came to US from Latin America without proper documents has died while in federal custody

New York, May 19, 2017: An Indian man who came to the US from Latin America without proper documents has died while in federal...

Was Sherlock Holmes completely opposite? A Priest-Detective and his cases (Column: Bookends)

April 16, 2017: "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?" The Shadow, the mysterious narrator of a 1930 American radio show,...

323 Million at Risk of Deadly Diseases from Dirty Water in Asia, Africa and Latin America, says UN Environment Program

LONDON, September 2, 2016: More than 300 million people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are at risk of life-threatening diseases like cholera and typhoid...

Video on Zika Virus: Many questions remain unanswered

- Dr. Munish Kumar Raizada Watch this latest video on Zika virus. Last year, it was Ebola virus that causes a global alarm and anxiety. Now...

India strengthens relations with Caribbean, Latin American nations

NewsGram Staff Writer New York: With External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj holding separate dialogues with leaders of the Caribbean and Latin American nations on Wednesday,...

71 journalists killed in 2015: PEC report

  Geneva: A total of 71 journalists were killed from January to June of 2015 in 24 countries, a 7 percent increase over the same period...

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