At least 17 people are killed in Israeli attacks on Deir el-Balah and the Jabalia refugee camp as the humanitarian crisis worsens. Here’s how things stand on Saturday, March 2, 2024: At least 17 people were killed on Friday night after Israeli fighter jets attacked three residential buildings in the Gaza Strip’s Deir el-Balah area Read More
On October 7, Palestinian footballer Mahmoud Wadi was recovering from an injury in Egypt when Israel launched its war on Gaza, following the Hamas attacks on southern Israel. The 29-year-old, from Khan Younis in southern Gaza, has spent the past five months desperately seeking news about the safety of his friends and family in the Read More
Shervin Hajipour says he was sentenced to more than three years in prison for ‘inciting people to riot’. An Iranian singer whose song became an anthem during the 2022 mass protests has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for “inciting and provoking people to riot to disturb national security”, the 26-year-old artist Read More
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has called a meeting of senior police officers on Saturday afternoon in connection with the blast incident that took place at Rameshwaram Cafe
Argentina’s libertarian leader says he will ‘keep pushing forward’ with radical economic agenda. Argentina’s libertarian President Javier Milei has promised to keep pushing his agenda of radical economic liberalisation with or without the support of parliament. In a state-of-the-union-style address to lawmakers on Friday, Milei said he would “keep pushing forward” with a package of Read More
New Delhi, India – Bidotama, 26, is in the kitchen stirring peanuts in a pan. Every few minutes, she turns to her best friend, Mardza, 25, who is busy chopping tomatoes and slicing U-morok, a hot chilli variety, that will go into the special chicken curry bubbling on a two-burner gas stove. They speak in Read More
In 1950, Roald Dahl wrote a short story titled Poison. The tale, set in colonial India and often found in deckle-edged children’s anthologies, tells a riveting story about racism. In the story, a striped snake called a common krait slithers on the stomach of one of the main characters. The journey to save the character Read More
Himachal Pradesh crisis: CM Sukhu calls rebels ‘black serpents’ amid doubts over Vikramaditya Singh’s next move
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu has taken steps to address the crisis within the state’s Congress party after six MLAs crossed party lines in the Rajya Sabha polls.
IMD weather update: Delhi-NCR receives light rainfall, heavy rains predicted in these states, check forecast
As per the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), a Western Disturbance along with a cyclonic circulation over northwest Afghanistan and nearby areas is currently influencing the weather pattern in the country.
As officials try to determine a cause for the wildfires, a Canadian homeowner filed a lawsuit blaming an energy company for the destruction.