‘Bullet of hatred took him’: Father of teen shot by India police | Islamophobia News

Ranchi, India – When tens of thousands of parents in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand were celebrating the success of their children in the high school examination, there was a deafening silence in the house of Parwez Alam and Nikhat Perween. Their only son Mudassir Alam had passed the state board exams with flying […]

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Inside Ukraine’s war crimes investigations | Russia-Ukraine war

Warning: This story includes accounts of torture, murder and references to sexual assault that some readers may find disturbing. Bucha, Ukraine – On March 11, Olesya Masanovec, a sociable 40-year-old manicurist and devoted mother, stepped out of her family’s charming single-storey home onto Yablunska (Apple Tree) Street. It had been eight days since Russian troops […]

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Money Clinic podcast: Making sense of the market meltdown

If you started investing under lockdown, the past few weeks will have been a real test of your mettle. Global stock markets have suffered their biggest weekly drop since the start of the pandemic, and cryptocurrencies have crashed. As younger investors struggle to absorb the losses, they also have the rising cost of living to […]

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Dozens dead, millions stranded as floods hit Bangladesh, India | Floods News

Monsoon storms in Bangladesh and India have killed at least 41 people and unleashed devastating floods that left millions of others stranded, officials said on Saturday. Floods are a regular menace to millions of people in low-lying Bangladesh, but experts say climate change is increasing their frequency, ferocity and unpredictability. Relentless downpours over the past […]

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Mining company adopts electric trains that never need recharging

Hard rock mining company Fortescue Williams has adopted electric trains that can generate enough power to never need recharging. The company recently explained that four of its trains can generate enough electricity to power their operations through a regenerative braking system. The system relies on gravity, in which the trains generate sufficient power as they […]

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EU and India to restart trade talks after decade-long gap

The EU will restart trade negotiations with India after a nearly 10-year break as western countries try to woo New Delhi away from its historic ties with Russia. Valdis Dombrovskis, European Commission executive vice-president, said on Friday that talks between the EU and India would start at the end of June for agreements on trade, […]

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