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The World Bank emphasises the impact of women’s participation on India’s GDP

According to Anna Bjerde, World Bank Managing Director (Operations), India could witness a significant GDP growth of 1 percent if it elevates female labour force...

Nikki Haley Supports Alabama Ruling Recognising Frozen Embryos as People

In an interview on Wednesday, February 21, Nikki Haley expressed her agreement with a recent Alabama Supreme Court decision affirming that frozen embryos should be...

Twitter, Now X, Settles Severance Dispute with African Staff

X, formerly Twitter, has resolved a protracted dispute with its African staff over severance payments more than a year after their termination, according to their...

Unearthed Cold War Relic Turns Heads in Washington State

In a bizarre twist reminiscent of Elton John’s Rocket Man, police in Bellevue, Washington, were summoned to investigate an unexpected discovery: a decades-old, rusted rocket...

Queen Margrethe II Steps Down, Crown Prince Frederik Set to Reign

In an unexpected New Year’s Eve revelation, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark declared her abdication, concluding her remarkable 52-year reign. Acknowledged as the sole reigning...

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Retail worker abuse surges to 1,300 daily incidents, BRC reports

According to a prominent trade body, violence and mistreatment against retail staff soared to 1,300 occurrences per day last year, marking a 50% increase from...

Biden Defends Mental Acuity Amid Special Counsel Report Criticism

US President Joe Biden vigorously defended his mental sharpness following critiques outlined in a special counsel’s report investigating his handling of classified documents. The report...

Biden Faces Heated Exchanges at the Pro-Abortion Rally, Labels Heckler as MAGA Republican

President Biden, often identified with centrist views on Israel, encountered disruptions during a pro-abortion rally where activists confronted him on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Despite the...

Canada Surpasses One Million International Students, Shifts in Indian Applicants

In 2023, the number of international students holding study permits in Canada reached a milestone, exceeding one million, as reported by the Globe and Mail....

Washington, D.C., is in disarray as hundreds receive bomb threats

Washington, D.C., plunged into panic and disorder after being inundated with bomb threats sent via email, prompting widespread lockdowns across the city. The Metropolitan Police...

Farmers Demand Increased Investment in Rural River Defences After Flooding

Farmers affected by recent flooding caused by Storm Henk are urging the government to allocate more resources to river defences in rural areas. The persistent...