Photo: Reuters

Trump Sues U.S. House Committee Investigating January 6 Attack On Capitol

Former US President Donald Trump has sued the U.S Congressional committee, investigating the January 6 riot at the Capitol, claiming that the members had made an illegal request for his White House records. The lawsuit asserted that materials sought by the House of Representatives committee are covered by a legal doctrine known as executive privilege. The doctrine protects the confidentiality of White House communications.

Thu, 21 Oct 2021 - 07:32 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJA…

You May Like

Japan election result.

Japan's PM Fumio Kishida Retains Power As Ruling LDP Wins Election

Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) of Japan emerged as the winner in the general election in the county, said media reports on November 1. The party secured over 233 seats in the lower house called the House of Representatives. The win is said to… read-more

TAGS: Japan, Japan election results, Election, Elections

Vaccine representative image

India To Start Clinical Trials Of U.S Based 2nd Gen Vaccines

As per reports, India has planned to start clinical trials of the US- based Akston Biosciences' second generation COVID-19 vaccine. Reportedly, the vaccine can be produced at a much lower cost, that requires no refrigeration and has a shelf life… read-more

TAGS: covid 19, Covid Vaccine, India, Clinical Trials, Aston biosciences

Nick Mocuta

Man With $500 Becomes Millionaire In US; Inspiring!

Nick Mocuta (37) moved to US from Romania with just $500, when he was 21 years of age. He reportedly used to sleep on benches in LA as he was… read-more

TAGS: USA, Romania, Real Estates, Luxury cars, Human Interest stories

PM Narendra Modi.

PM Modi Becomes World's Most Admired Leader: Survey

Union Minister Piyush Goyal on November 6 said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been ranked as the world's most admired leader. Goyal sourced the survey conducted by 'The Morning Consult' in which PM Modi got 70% approval of 13 world leaders.… read-more

TAGS: PM Modi, Admired Leader, The Morning Consult, Mexico PM, Germany

Hands approaching for food.

45M People Are On The Brink Of Starvation, Says UN Food Agency

The United Nations food agency, the World Food Programme (WEP), on November 8 said the number of people who are heading toward the brink of starvation has risen to 45 million across 43 countries in the world. ''We've got conflict, climate change… read-more

TAGS: World Food Programme, Famine, Hunger, Starvation, United Nations

Avian Flu in Japan.

Avian Flu Outbreak Reported In Japan; 143K Birds To Be Culled

The prefectural government in Japan's Akita prefecture on November 10 ordered to cull 1,43,000 birds of a chicken farm after finding cases of Avina flu in them. A day ago, 12 samples out of 13 chickens were found positive for the flu. It is being… read-more

TAGS: Japan, Avian Flue, Outbreak, Cull, Akita Prefecture