Man Strips In Front Of Vatican Church To Protest Ukraine War
In a bizarre incident, a man stood naked in front of Vatican Church to protest against the Ukraine-Russia War. Visiting the St. Peter’s Basilica church, the man, who had an inscription painted on his back calling for the children of Ukraine to be saved, stripped in front of the church. The man also had self-inflicted cuts on his body from his fingernails. He has been sent to the Italian police.
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Indian Origin Student Shot Dead In Philadelphia
A 21-year-old Indian-origin student was shot dead in Philadelphia, confirmed a local source. The deceased student was identified as Jude Chacko, and was shot by unidentified assailants while he was returning from work and was attacked with a robbery attempt. "The victim's parents migrated to the US around 30 years ago from Kerela's Kollam district," confirmed local reports. This is not the first time, Indian-origin students attacked in… read-more
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Indian Origin Punjabi Gangster Shot At Wedding Venue
In a suspected case of gang conflict, a 28-year-old Punjab-origin man, who was on Canadian police's most violent gangsters' list, has been shot dead by unknown people at a wedding venue in Vancouver city of Canada. Amarpreet (Chucky) Samra was on the dance floor at Fraserview Banquet Hall with other wedding guests less than 30 minutes before he was shot on Fraser Street just before 1:30 am.
Tags: murder, Gangster, Indian origin, Canada Resident, Wedding Venue
Families Found With Bible In North Korea Jailed Or Annnounced Death Penalty
Under the bizarre law of North Korea, Christian families found with a bible, are sentenced to death or penalties with imprisonment, including children. The State Department's International Religious Freedom Report for 2022 estimates that as many as 70,000 Christians are imprisoned in North Korea, along with people from other faiths. Shockingly, a two-year-old toddler was also jailed for life, after parents were caught with a 'Bible,' holy… read-more
Tags: Bible, Christians, North Korea News, Bizarre Punishment, laws
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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh To Visit Nigeria For 3-Days
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will be on a three-day official visit to Nigeria from May 28 to May 30, During the visit, he will attend the swearing-in ceremony of the West African nation’s next President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and hold talks with Nigerian officials. He will identify military hardware that can be exported, confirmed the Union Defence Ministry. This is the first time that Indian defence minister is visiting Nigeria
Tags: Rajnath Singh, Indian Politics, Nigerian Minister, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Defence Minister
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Lawmaker Passes Bill To Make Diwali Federal Holiday In US
American lawmaker has introduced a bill in the US Congress, asking to make Diwali, a federal holiday in the states. He mentioned that the festival of lights, a federal holiday, should be a federal holiday, a move welcomed by different communities from across the country. Congresswoman Grace Meng addressed the media after introducing the bill in the House of Representatives, which if passed makes Diwali a federal holiday in US.
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Imran Khan Challenged Martial Law, Files Plea In SC
Pakistan's former prime minister Imran Khan has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the government invoking Article 245 in several provinces, terming it “undeclared martial law”. Under Article 245 of Pakistan's Constitution, the army can be called in to aid the civil administration to defend the country. Khan has filed a plea in the SC, challenging the invoking of Article 245 in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Islamabad… read-more
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Indian Origin US Teen Attempted To Kill Biden Sent To Judicial Custody
A 19-year-old Indian-origin man accused of crashing a truck into a security barrier near the White House and praising Adolf Hitler will remain in custody ahead of his detention hearing on Tuesday, a US federal judge has said. During Sai Varshith Kandula’s brief initial hearing in a federal court on Wednesday, US Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather ordered the suspect to remain detained until his detention hearing on May 30.
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US Approves $285 Million Sale Of NASAMS Air Defence System To Ukraine
Amid the urgent need for a defence system to Ukraine, the United States announced the approval of a $285 million sale of a NASAMS air defence system. Besides the defence, the United States Government also approved other equipment for Ukraine. Notably, after a recent drone attack, Kyiv needs a boost in protection against Russian strikes. Ukraine's air defenses have played a key role in protecting the country from strikes.
Tags: ukraine war, Defence, USA, US Government, approval, Russian Airstrike
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
WHO Alerts For Another Deadlier Than COVID-19 Pandemic
The head of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, issued a warning that the world must get ready for the next pandemic, which might be "even deadlier" than the COVID-19 pandemic, at a time when COVID cases are somewhat stabilising around the world. "The end of COVID-19 as a global health emergency is not the end of COVID-19 as a global health threat," Mr Tedros said.