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US to Conduct First Widespread COVID-19 Vaccine Tests in July

A U.S. biotechnology company says it will make the first widespread tests of a possible coronavirus vaccine next month. Moderna is working with the U.S....

US Lawmaker Proposes Bill in Congress to Recognise Tibet and Hong-Kong as Independent Nations

As tensions rise between the United States of America and the People's Republic of China, a bill is proposed in the Congress by...

Commonwealth Nations Join Hands To Fight COVID-19 battle Together

Commonwealth Health Ministers, including India's Harsh Vardhan, have agreed to coordinate their response in tackling the COVID pandemic, its secretariat based in London said...

Ways to Develop Leadership in Children

India has one of largest youth populations in the world, and it's important to nurture leadership in the upcoming generation and make our children...

Scientists: Nations Need Stronger Pledges to Curb Climate Change

The vast majority of national commitments in the 2015 Paris Agreement are inadequate to prevent the worst effects of global warming, scientists said on...

Nations and their Moon Missions

It was in 1950s when mission to the moon caught the fancy of several countries. But in sometime they were abandoned. In fact, the...

Scientists: China’s Ban Causes Plastic To Pile Up, Nations Must Reduce Usage

China’s decision to stop accepting plastic waste from other countries is causing plastic to pile up around the globe, and wealthy countries must find...

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Scientists Warn About Airborne Spread of Coronavirus

A report in The New York Times says a group of 239 scientists from 32 countries will publish an open letter to the World...

Online Searches Fall for Tik ToK, WeChat, ShareIT After Ban in India

The Indian government's decision to ban 59 Chinese owned apps has impacted online searches for those apps. A study found that on the June...

CBSE Partners Facebook to Provide Training on Digital Safety

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday announced a partnership with Facebook to provide training on digital safety, online well being and...

Asthma Doesn’t Trigger Covid-19 Severity: Scientists

Asthma does not appear to increase the risk for a person contracting Covid-19 or affect its severity, according to new research. The team from Rutgers...