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Penguins Adapt Their Voices To Sound Like Their Companions: New Study

Penguins Adapt Their Voices To Sound Like Their Companions: New Study

Aug 08, 2022

African penguins’ evolution split off more than 60 million years ago from all other birds that can learn new calls by observation.

Climate Change Is Intensifying The Water Cycle, Bringing More Powerful Storms And Flooding – Here’s What The Science Shows

Climate Change Is Intensifying The Water Cycle, Bringing More Powerful Storms And Flooding – Here’s What The Science Shows

Jul 30, 2022

Powerful storm systems triggered flash flooding across the US in late July, inundating St. Louis neighborhoods with record rainfall and setting off mudslides in eastern Kentucky, where at least 16 people died in the flooding. Another deluge in Nevada flooded the Las Vegas strip.

Why Declaring Monkeypox A Global Health Emergency Is A Preventative Step, Not A Reason For Panic

Why Declaring Monkeypox A Global Health Emergency Is A Preventative Step, Not A Reason For Panic

Jul 27, 2022

After the monkeypox emergency committee met for the second time, on July 21, 2022, it released a report stating that the multi-country outbreak of monkeypox meets all the three criteria defining a PHEIC.

Pope’s Long-Awaited Apology For Native Americans Residential Schools In Canada Is A ‘First Step’

Pope’s Long-Awaited Apology For Native Americans Residential Schools In Canada Is A ‘First Step’

Jul 26, 2022

On Canada visit, Pope Francis asks Indigenous people for forgiveness for church members’ role in ‘catastrophic’ system.

Climate Change Forcing Polar Bears To Forage Garbage Dump For Food: Study

Climate Change Forcing Polar Bears To Forage Garbage Dump For Food: Study

Jul 23, 2022

A recently published paper reveals how human food and waste are becoming a major threat to polar bear existence and jeopardize human safety

Ukraine War: Why Moscow Could Go Nuclear Over Kyiv’s ‘Threats’ To Crimea

Ukraine War: Why Moscow Could Go Nuclear Over Kyiv’s ‘Threats’ To Crimea

Jul 21, 2022

While Ukraine is closer to a general mobilisation, Russia has so far avoided this and used volunteers and contractors, like the Wagner group group to compensate for its manpower shortages.

Heatwave: Why Extreme Weather Forecasts Have Improved So Much

Heatwave: Why Extreme Weather Forecasts Have Improved So Much

Jul 20, 2022

The UK has recorded its hottest ever temperature, passing 40 degrees Celsius for the first time. But you can’t deny it had fair warning. The Met Office issued an amber weather warning six days before the heatwave and upgraded it to red three days later, enough time to trade cooling-down tips with friends and stock up on ice lollies.

Sri Lanka Crisis: A Long Tale Of Discrimination Against Minority Groups That Goes Beyond Economic Crisis

Sri Lanka Crisis: A Long Tale Of Discrimination Against Minority Groups That Goes Beyond Economic Crisis

Jul 15, 2022

A centre-right party, the UNP has fanned ethnic tensions, overseeing numerous attacks against the Tamils – in 1977, 1979, 1981 and 1983.

Delhi: No Major Respite From Muggy Weather Till Saturday

Delhi: No Major Respite From Muggy Weather Till Saturday

Jul 07, 2022

Delhi is reeling under sultry weather conditions on Thursday as rains continue to play truant.

Telangana Records Rise In New Covid-19 Cases With 552 Fresh Infections

Telangana Records Rise In New Covid-19 Cases With 552 Fresh Infections

Jul 05, 2022

New Covid-19 Cases With 552 Fresh Infections have been recorded in Telangana.

Congress Sets Up Political Affairs Committee Of Its Meghalaya Unit

Congress Sets Up Political Affairs Committee Of Its Meghalaya Unit

Jul 05, 2022

The Congress set up a political affairs committee of its Meghalaya unit with Celestine Lyngdoh named as its convenor and PCC chief Vincent Pala among the members.

Nagaland Reports 6 New Covid-19 Cases

Nagaland Reports 6 New Covid-19 Cases

Jul 05, 2022

Nagaland on Tuesday reported six new Covid-19 cases.

President Calls Himanta, Enquires About Flood Situation

President Calls Himanta, Enquires About Flood Situation

Jul 05, 2022

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma was called by the President to enquire about the prevailing flood situation in the state.

Hurt By Turn Of Events But Will Make Sena Stronger: Uddhav; Says He Will Visit Hingoli

Hurt By Turn Of Events But Will Make Sena Stronger: Uddhav; Says He Will Visit Hingoli

Jul 05, 2022

A day after local Sena MLA, Santosh Bangar crossed over to the Eknath Shinde faction just ahead of the floor test Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray said that he was "hurt" to see some members ditching the party despite getting benefits and will visit Hingoli in Marathwada soon.

Monsoon In Active Phase, Cuts Overall Deficit To Two Pc: Indian Meteorological Department

Monsoon In Active Phase, Cuts Overall Deficit To Two Pc: Indian Meteorological Department

Jul 05, 2022

The weather office said that central India and the west coast would experience active monsoon conditions for the next five days while the north-western parts of the country are expected to receive seasonal showers.

Centre Not Allowing MCD Polls; Will Approach Court: Delhi Chief Minister

Centre Not Allowing MCD Polls; Will Approach Court: Delhi Chief Minister

Jul 05, 2022

The BJP-led central government is being accused of using force and hooliganism in not allowing MCD elections in the city. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asserted that the AAP will approach the court to get the polls conducted on time.

Singapore President, Parliament Speaker, And Minister Test Positive For Covid

Singapore President, Parliament Speaker, And Minister Test Positive For Covid

Jul 05, 2022

Singapore President Halimah Yacob, Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin, and minister Edwin Tong have tested positive for Covid-19. 

Five Killed, Two Injured In Road Accidents In Odisha

Five Killed, Two Injured In Road Accidents In Odisha

Jul 04, 2022

The police said that five people were killed and two others injured in separate road accidents in Odisha's Nuapada and Bhadrak districts on Monday.

Twitter Complies With Meity Final Notice

Twitter Complies With Meity Final Notice

Jul 04, 2022

Social media platform Twitter has complied with the final notice issued by the Ministry of Electronics and IT on June 27, an official source said.

Telangana Logs 443 New Covid-19 Cases

Telangana Logs 443 New Covid-19 Cases

Jul 04, 2022

Telangana recorded 443 new Covid-19 cases.

Manipur Landslide: Five More Bodies Retrieved; Toll Mounts To 47

Manipur Landslide: Five More Bodies Retrieved; Toll Mounts To 47

Jul 04, 2022

Officials said that the death toll in the landslide that struck a railway construction camp at Tupul in Manipur's Noney district rose to 47 on Monday as five more bodies were retrieved from under the debris on the fifth day of the search and rescue operations.

Chhattisgarh Logs 132 Covid-19 Cases, Zero Death; Active Tally At 1,040

Chhattisgarh Logs 132 Covid-19 Cases, Zero Death; Active Tally At 1,040

Jul 04, 2022

132 new Covid-19 cases at a positivity rate of 1.17 percent have been reported in Chattisgarh.

Jammu-Kashmir Man Booked Under PSA For Delivering Hate Speech

Jammu-Kashmir Man Booked Under PSA For Delivering Hate Speech

Jul 04, 2022

A man, who delivered a hate speech during a protest against former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma's controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad, was booked under the Public Safety Act (PSA) in Jammu and Kashmir.

NIA Chief Meets Home Minister Amit Shah; Briefs About Probe Into Udaipur, Amaravati Killings

NIA Chief Meets Home Minister Amit Shah; Briefs About Probe Into Udaipur, Amaravati Killings

Jul 04, 2022

The officials have stated that the chief of the anti-terror probe agency NIA on Monday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and is understood to have briefed him about the progress in the ongoing investigations into the killings of two persons in Rajasthan's Udaipur and Maharashtra's Amaravati.

58 New Covid Cases, One Death In Jammu-Kashmir

58 New Covid Cases, One Death In Jammu-Kashmir

Jul 04, 2022

58 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Jammu and Kashmir.

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