June 12 | Agra: A family of seven (including an 18-month-old baby) was held captive and tortured in a small room, for nearly 36 hours by a businessman and his associates, over suspicion of jewellery theft. [...]
More than 24 million Yemenis - 80% of the country's population - are in dire need of immediate humanitarian assistance. Half of the country's health facilities are dysfunctional and nearly a quarter of the districts have no doctors. Yemen is dying, the world does not seem to care. [...]
A dedicated WhatsApp number (+91 72177 35372) was launched on April 10 for victims of domestic violence. Through this number, 727 complaints were received in the months of April and May. Women facing domestic violence or any kind of abuse can contact the mentioned number.
Closure surely makes moving forward easier but, maybe, not getting it gives us an excuse to go back to that person, that place and those memories one more time. One last time. Student Journalist Arushi Mohindra writes...
As the country was pushed into a lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC), in April, gave virtual clearances to two projects cutting through a wildlife sanctuary and a national park in Goa.
In a video accessed by Newshound India Foundation, a customer can be seen displaying a box of sweets laden with worms, which he purchased from Kolkata's Pratik Food Products, allegedly on May 30.
A circular issued by New Delhi's Saroj Super Speciality Hospital on June 4, features an exhaustive list of treatment 'packages' and 'advance' payments that patients will need to make, even before being admitted to their facility.
"She is a thief who without a shame has stolen this whole story that I did for Greater Kashmir and posted it as her own with the byeline [sic]". Great Kashmir Correspondent, Abid Hussain Khan, accuses Republic TV's Kashmir bureau head of plagiarism.
False information, smear campaigns, and misinterpreted facts spread, targeting the Muslim minority in Kerala, following the tragic death of a pregnant elephant.
The once in a century pandemic has not only affected the health and economic sectors, it has also brought about notable changes to the environment. The impact brought about by the coronavirus within a span of a few months is arguably much more than all the earth summits combined.
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