Cubans are protesting against food (both preserved and crops) shortages, a rising number of COVID cases and severe electricity blackouts in the country, which they attribute to the government's failure to cope with the situation. [...]
Over the past few weeks, parts of India have been receiving rainfall in hundreds of millimetres, causing floods in various parts of the country. The newest deluges have hit two diametrically opposite states - Maharashtra and Bengal - drowning hundreds and displacing lakhs. The Indian Army and the National Disaster Management Authority initiated joint rescue operations calling the simultaneous work "ten times deadlier". [...]
Just one day remains as we near the end of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. [...]
The incident was reported on Sunday by a local Dalit run Hindi newspaper, prompting the NCR cops to arrest the four main accused - a crematorium priest, his two helpers and a local house painter - from the Purana Nangal area in the Delhi Cantonment. [...]
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