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This 6 YO is the strongest man on Earth!

A brave 6-year-old boy was named the strongest man on Earth, what if it was only for a day and honorary. The World Boxing Council called Bridger Walker the bravest man on Earth after he saved his 3-year-old sister from a dog attack.  And the new WBC champion of the World, Bridger the “bravest man […]

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In depth: Yes, there’s water on the Moon and we couldn’t be more excited!

Scientists always thought there was water on the Moon but recent findings have proved that it may be in abundance and at places which were not considered before. A study reports the detection of water on the Moon’s sunlit surface for the first time. It is also found that the Moon’s dark, shadowy regions, which […]

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In depth: Why are there protests in Thailand?

Thailand has been witnessing massive but peaceful protests for months now. The pro-democracy protesters are mostly students who want the end of royal military rule. The southeast Asian country is already battling economic crisis and corruption scandals.  The history Thailand has seen many violent clashes after it was converted from an absolute monarchy to a […]

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On UN Day, let’s know more about this global organisation

We all are the people of this earth. We may live in different countries, speak different languages, follow different religions or have different points of view but as humans our most important trait should be kindness. The United Nations is a global organisation which helps us be kind to each other, transcending boundaries— both physical […]

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An ancient cat drawing discovered in Peru

We all know cats like to laze around, and purr in warm cozy places. Owners of cats know how eccentric their pet can be but imagine a drawing of a cat which is more than 2,000 years old and is a life size portrait. A massive ancient drawing of a cat has been discovered near […]

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We never knew about the existence of this organ in our body!

A set of salivary glands had been in our bodies, and we never knew about them! Till now. Scientists in the Netherlands have discovered a potential new organ in the human throat that they stumbled upon while carrying out research on prostate cancer. Researchers at the Netherlands Cancer Institute have identified a set of salivary […]

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In depth: Greece and Turkey standoff at Aegean Sea

While the world fights the pandemic, there are other battles shaping up in the eastern Mediterranean region. This week Greece announced that it is extending the wall which separates its borders from neighbour Turkey. The relations between NATO allies have only deteriorated this year with the issues of refugees, energy and political ideologies. Draining the […]

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PM Modi gets a cool new mode of travel

As you all must have seen in many movies, the leaders of a country travel in a special plane. Like the president of the United States travels in Air Force One. Till now India’s three highest dignitaries used to travel on Air India’s Boeing 747 planes, which have served for nearly 25 years. Now the […]

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Know the astounding works of Nobel Peace Prize winner

The Nobel Peace Prize for 2020 has been conferred on the UN agency World Food Programme (WFP) for its efforts to combat hunger and for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for preventing the use of hunger being weaponised in war and conflict. So what is WFP and what does […]

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Eight Indian beaches get Blue Flag Certification

In a first, eight Indian beaches have been awarded Blue Flag Certification by an eminent international jury. The government has hailed it as a big moment for environmentalists and the Swachh Bharat programme.  What does it mean? The eight beaches selected for the certification are Kappad (Kerala), Shivrajpur (Gujarat), Ghoghla (Diu), Kasarkod and Padubidri (Karnataka), […]