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Activist Carol Leigh, who coined term 'sex work', dies at 71

Leigh co-founded BAYSWAN which according to its website works with human rights activists to address problems such as human trafficking in the industry.

published on : 18th November 2022

Report: At least 32 transgender people killed in US in 2022

Transgender people of color account for 81% of known victims this year, and 59% are Black. 

published on : 16th November 2022

Think tank to govt: Bring warning labels for processed food consumed by kids

The recommendations have been endorsed by 24 organisations and institutions, including the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE).

published on : 31st October 2022

Hearty home meals: Chef Parul Bhatt's traditional delicacies is a true delight

Hyatt Regency is bringing popular home foods from different regions in their ‘Ghar ka Khaana’ special

published on : 22nd August 2022

US women beat Jamaica 5-0 at the W Championship 

The United States defeated Jamaica 5-0 at Estadio BBVA but had to wait until Haiti downed Mexico 3-0 in the late game to secure a spot in next summer's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

published on : 8th July 2022

Morgan scores twice and US women down Haiti 3-0

The tournament determines the region's four direct berths in the 2023 Women's World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

published on : 5th July 2022

CONCACAF Nations League: Honduras pips Canada 2-1 in rain-soaked affair

Honduras doubled their lead in the 78th minute when midfielder Arriaga made it 2-0, almost sealing the fate of the rain-affected game.

published on : 14th June 2022

Venomous or not, Tamil Nadu man rescues snakes of all types

Satish Kumar went on to open a wildlife rescue organisation, with a special focus on his slithering companions.

published on : 10th April 2022

India needs safe blood practices to reduce infection: Thalassemia advocacy group 

Nucleic Acid Testing technology (NAT) screening ensures 99.99 percent blood safety. It is available in states like Odisha, MP and J&K. It should be made available in all government hospitals.

published on : 4th April 2022

Pakistan left with only five days of diesel stocks: Report

Pakistani banks had also put oil firms in high-risk categories and refused to grant loans, the report said. The OCAC has urged Pakistani Central Bank governor's intervention on this issue.

published on : 14th March 2022

War fallout: Stock markets to trade choppy with a negative bias 

Benchmark indices could continue to remain choppy after Tuesday’s holiday, taking cues from global markets buffeted by the fallout from the Ukraine war. 

published on : 2nd March 2022

Bundesliga: Ten-man Bayern Munich end winless streak as Alcacer keeps Borussia Dortmund top

After back-to-back league defeats, Bayern leapt from sixth to second in the Bundesliga behind Borussia Dortmund who routed Stuttgart 4-0

published on : 20th October 2018

Paco ​Alcacer makes his point as Spain crush Ryan Giggs' Wales 

The 25-year-old maintained his blistering club form to leave the Wales defence in tatters in a one-sided friendly at the Principality Stadium.

published on : 12th October 2018

FIFA takes another step toward reintroducing agent licences

FIFA had proposed a maximum of six loans per club as part of plans to reduce the stockpiling of players by leading clubs.

published on : 25th September 2018

VAR stirs FIFA World Cup drama and endless debate

Spain were awarded an equaliser to snatch a 2-2 draw against Morocco when an Iago Aspas goal was given after VAR helped referee Irmatov to reverse a mistaken offside call.

published on : 26th June 2018

What do Costa Rica, Panama early exits from FIFA World Cup say about US football? 

The Americans finished fifth in the six-nation final round, falling below Honduras, which lost a playoff to Australia.

published on : 25th June 2018

Canal to Russia: Fans take giant strides to watch Panama’s baby steps at FIFA World Cup 2018

As was the case with Saudi Arabia on opening day, a lot of people are bristling with rage at how Panama were allowed to compete at the World Cup. Here’s how they got here.

published on : 25th June 2018

Idea man Juan Carlos Osorio's FIFA World Cup experiment with Mexico

Osorio, who previously coached Brazilian club Sao Paulo, has been criticized as unorthodox to the point of stubbornness.

published on : 31st May 2018

Population Foundation of India praise government's clarification on condom ads

They said that instead of restricting the debate to matters like explicit contents, it should be widened to larger issues like protection and knowledge of HIV-AIDS.

published on : 24th December 2017

Coca-cola India plans to add local tinge to its products  

Aiming mega expansion, the Cocacola India intends to add local tinge to its products so that consumers can relate it with their taste and culture.

published on : 20th September 2017
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