Majority of people want coexistence of all religions in India: CSDS survey

Majority of people want coexistence of all religions in India – such information has emerged in a survey. India’s Center for the Study of Developing Societies or CSDS-Lokniti Survey reported this information on Thursday. According to the survey, 79 percent of people in India think that not only Hindus; All religions are equal there. Only […]

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Shipping Routes Navigate Danger Zones Amidst Pirates, Hijacks, and Natural Disasters

Global shipping routes, often referred to as the lifelines of our interconnected world, are facing heightened risks and challenges in various regions, according to maritime intelligence experts. The ever-increasing importance of global trade has prompted countries like Britain and the U.S. to deploy significant resources to safeguard these critical waterways. In the Red Sea and […]

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HIV/AIDS Cases Surge in Asian Region

By Md Abdul Halim Sarker In a concerning development, health authorities across the Asian region have reported a significant surge in HIV/AIDS cases, prompting renewed calls for intensified prevention and treatment efforts. According to the latest data released by the World Health Organization (WHO), several countries in Asia have witnessed a worrying uptick in new […]

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North Korea’s Kim inspects spy satellite photos of ‘target regions’, US bases

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected photos taken by the country’s new spy satellite of “major target regions”, including the South Korean capital of Seoul and cities that host US military bases, state media said on Saturday. Nuclear-armed North Korea launched the satellite on Tuesday, but South Korean defence officials and analysts said its […]

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Elon Musk’s X could lose $75 million in ad revenue following antisemitic content backlash

X, the social network formerly known as Twitter, typically earns the most money in the last months of the year, as brands ramp up their advertising campaigns for the holiday shopping season. According to The New York Times, though, the company’s earnings report for this quarter might look different than usual. Based on internal documents […]

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North Korean spy satellite team attend banquet with Kim Jong-un and daughter Ju Ae

The North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, has celebrated a “new era of a space power” with his family including daughter Ju Ae and the scientists who put the North’s first spy satellite into orbit. Pyongyang’s launch of the Malligyong-1 on Tuesday was its third attempt after failures in May and August. Images released by Pyongyang […]

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Taiwan opposition registers separate candidates after collapse of unity bid

Taiwan’s opposition parties have registered separate candidates for next year’s presidential elections, hours after an attempt to field a joint ticket against the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) collapsed in acrimony on live television. The main opposition Kuomintang (KMT) is fielding Hou Yu-ih for the presidency, while Ko Wen-je will run for the smaller Taiwan […]

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Malaysia opposition leader to step down as party president

Malaysia’s opposition leader Muhyiddin Yassin said on Friday he would step down as president of his party, which leads the Malay-majority bloc Perikatan Nasional. Muhyiddin, a former prime minister, said at his Bersatu party’s annual meeting he will not defend his position as party president during internal leadership elections next year. “The time for me […]

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Maldives new president asks India to withdraw its military

MALE, Nov 19 — Maldives new President Mohamed Muizzu, who campaigned on altering the tiny Indian Ocean archipelago’s “India first” policy, has requested India withdraw its military from the country. Muizzu won the presidential election in September, ousting Ibrahim Solih in a runoff after promising to remove a small Indian military presence of some 75 […]

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