A unique Centre of Excellence (CoE) has been established in Telangana's Hyderabad. Woxsen University and HHL Leipzig University of Germany, in collaboration launched the CoE, which would contribute to the ecosystem of education and skill development in various educational and work sectors. In addition, the centre would help Indian students to enhance project papers, research papers and other academic works. Notably, the CoE will be a resource… read-more
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A 28-year-old man from Germany's Ore Mountains, spent £12,500 (Rs 12,61,648) on extreme body modification turning himself into a "devil". He wanted to look "as inhuman as possible". He is on Instagram by the name, Black Depression. "Over the years I developed my own trend, which nobody else wears," said the German artist. He is still not satisfied and is willing to do more modifications in the future.
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Jaswinder Singh Multani, a member of the pro-Khalistani group 'Sikhs for Justice', has been arrested by the German authorities over alleged involvement in the Ludhiana court complex blast incident. According to sources, Multani was a supplier of explosives, who has links in Pakistan. Ludhiana court complex blast took place on December 23, killing a man and leaving five others injured.
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Amid Global Omicron threat, Germany announced fourth booster shots for its citizens, to prevent COVID-19's new variant. On December 23, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said that a fourth dose will be necessary to tackle the Omicron threat. The State Government also ordered millions of doses from BioNtech, which is expected in April-May 2022. Furthermore, Germany is using Moderna as fourth booster shoot. Recently, Israel also announced… read-more
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Acting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is expected to step down from the post on December 8. German Government Spokesperson Steffen Seibert, on December 3, released an official statement for the same. The statement read, "This Chancellorship will end, as we see it today, with the election of new Chancellor Olaf Scholz which is scheduled for Wednesday." Notably, this time, Germany will have only one Chancellor.
The German Government set to impose a travel ban on South Africa, said German Health Minister Jens Spahn on November 26. The decision was taken due to the emergence of the new variant of Covid-19. Reportedly, only German citizens will be allowed to travel here and also have to undergo quarantine for 14 days. The new rules will come into effect from the night of November 26.
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Health Minister of Germany, Jens Spahn, said that in a few months, most Germans will be "vaccinated, healed, or dead" from Covid-19. The severe warning comes as Germany battles a record spike in coronavirus infections in recent weeks, with hospitals warning of overcrowding in intensive care units. Despite free coronavirus vaccinations being widely available, only 68 percent of the German population is completely immunized. The minister… read-more
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Germany reported a daily rise of over 40,000 COVID-19 cases. According to reports, the country is facing the brunt of rising coronavirus cases and hence the government has taken the decision to reintroduce free COVID-19 tests. According to the Robert Koch Institute, 45,081 new cases have been reported with 228 deaths in the last 24 hours. The government urged its citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
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. While Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador secured the second spot with 66% approval followed by Italian PM Mario Draghi (58%) and German Chancellor Angela Makel (54%).
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A key measure of Coronavirus infections in Germany rose sharply over the past week raising the prospect of tougher restrictions as winter approaches. Moreover, with the rising number of cases, county's state premiers are unlikely to lift rules requiring social distancing, wearing of masks, and proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result to enter public places. However, the government is planning to recommend booster shots for… read-more