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Israeli Technology launches Clear Black STP in India, helping save 40 per cent water

Besides, Huliot India plans to recycle polluted lakes and ponds and make the water reusable. They will engage with gram panchayats in villages to help use recycled water for irrigation.

published on : 13th August 2022

UN watchdog warns of 'grave' crisis amid violence near Ukraine nuclear plant

Vladimir Rogov, a member of the Moscow-installed regional administration, said Ukrainian forces had "once again struck" the plant.

published on : 12th August 2022

1972 Munich Olympics attack victims' families to boycott 50-year anniversary ceremony

The decision announced on August 11 underscores a lingering point of friction between the two countries that have built strong ties despite the enduring legacy of the Nazi Holocaust.

published on : 12th August 2022

China blocks UN blacklist of JeM chief Masood Azhar's brother 

The proposal was moved by India, co-sponsored by the US, on August 10 to add Asghar to the UN Security Council 1267 Sanctions Committee list.

published on : 12th August 2022

New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor says he faced racism in his autobiography 'Black and White'

In his autobiography "Black and White" released on Thursday, the legendary batsman says he endured racially barbed comments from teammates but does not specify at what level of the game in New Zealand

published on : 11th August 2022

Black magic can't end your bad days, PM taunts Congress over price rise stir

The Congress protested against rising prices on August 5 by wearing black clothes in Parliament and outside.

published on : 10th August 2022

Vacation amid inflation: Swimming between continents in Istanbul

Istanbul, a bustling megalopolis of 16 million people between two continents and two seas, does not immediately bring to mind images of a beach resort.

published on : 10th August 2022

Two more grain shipments leave Ukraine

It said that one of the ships, the Rahmi Yaggi, was bound for Turkey with 5,300 tons of products, while the Ocean Lion was carrying some 65,000 tons of corn to South Korea.

published on : 9th August 2022

Sri Lanka raises electricity tariffs by up to 264 per cent

The country is also facing hyperinflation and lengthy electricity blackouts after the CEB was unable to buy oil for its thermal generators.

published on : 9th August 2022

Odisha's Jhadabandh villagers seek protection from witchcraft, Gangpur Police in  bind

Sources said the administration even organised a health camp and conducted health check-up of all the students of Garudeswar school.

published on : 8th August 2022

Meet millennial artist Abhishek Dodiya who uses his blacksmith heritage in his sculptures

Artist Abhishek Dodiya is using his blacksmith heritage to create works that reflect the contemporary  ideas of urbanisation.  

published on : 7th August 2022

Budding photographer documents ‘rare’ insects in Seshachalam forests

Siddarth, who finished BSc in microbiology from Vidya Niketan in 2019, developed his interest in photography in his college days.

published on : 7th August 2022

'Democracy is dead in India': Congress leaders choose black outfits to protest against price rise

During the price rise debate in Parliament, BJP members said they can't see inflation, so, today by wearing black we expressing that the government must open their eyes to the reality, a leader said.

published on : 5th August 2022

Blackout poetry: Uncovering verses and emotions

Delhiites are taking a fancy to blackout poetry, an art form that allows one to create poems using existing text

published on : 4th August 2022

Premier League players will no longer take the knee before every game

The gesture will now be used more sparingly in order to “amplify the message that racism has no place in football or society.”

published on : 3rd August 2022

Bill Russell: NBA's first Black superstar and civil rights activist dies at 88

Russell found himself and Black teammates often unable to be served or stay in hotels during exhibition games in some areas of the United States in the 1960s.

published on : 1st August 2022

Drone explosion hits Russia's Black Sea Fleet HQ

Satellite photos taken before and after the attack show that a small, squarish building in the middle of the Olenivka prison complex was demolished, its roof in splinters.

published on : 31st July 2022

Russia attacks Kyiv area for the first time in weeks

Fighting in recent weeks has focused on Donetsk province. It has intensified in recent days as Russian forces appeared to emerge from a reported “operational pause” after capturing Luhansk.

published on : 29th July 2022

Black Adam director Jaume Collet-Serra to direct 'Carry On'

Carry On  is reportedly an action-packed holiday thriller set during a Christmas Day 

published on : 29th July 2022
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