Indian Hockey Players

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Indian Hockey Team To Resume International Stint With Europe Tour

The Indian men's hockey team is all set to restart its international stint post-COVID-19 induced lockdown as they travel to Germany on Feb 21. The 22-member squad will tour Germany and Belgium to ramp up its Olympic readiness. Under the captainship of goalkeeper PR Sreejesh, India will play the hosts in Germany on February 28 and March 2, further competing against Great Britain on March 6 and 8 in Belgium.

Sat, 20 Feb 2021 - 05:03 PM / by Ashly Ann Varghese

Tags: Indian Hockey Team, Olympics, Germany, Belgium, PR Sreejesh, Covid -19

Courtesy: NDTV

Stutthof Concentration Camp

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Germany: Prosecutors Indict 95-year-old For Offences During Holocaust

For being an accomplice to murder in the Nazi holocaust, a 95-year-old woman dubbed Irmgard F was charged with 10,000 counts by German Public prosecutors. As a secretary in the Stutthof concentration camp, Imgard was part of the machinery that killed nearly 60,000 people. Reportedly, a regional court will deliberate on the indictment. Since the woman was a minor during the offences, she may undergo trials in a juvenile court.

Sat, 06 Feb 2021 - 07:19 PM / by Ashly Ann Varghese

Tags: Germany, Nazi, holocaust, juvenile

Courtesy: Deccan Herald

A paralyzed mouse in lab.

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German Scientist Successes Producing Artificial Nerve Fibres To Cure Paralysis

In an attempt to cure spinal-cord-induced-paralysis, German scientists from Bocham's Ruh University have claimed success in producing new nerve fibres for muscle-brain connection. As per the scientists, they stimulated nerve cells via designer protein "hyper-interleukin-6". Reportedly, the paralyzed-mice injected with the protein were able to walk after two-three weeks as new cells generated to carry information from brain to spine. However,… read-more

Sun, 24 Jan 2021 - 01:43 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: Germany, Bocham, Ruh University, Paralysis

Courtesy: WION

Deforested Land

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Planet Lost Forest Area Bigger Than Germany In Just A Decade: WWF

A WWF’s (World Wide Fund for Nature) report revealed that the world has lost over 43 million hectares of forest in merely a decade’s time. Frighteningly, the loss is larger than Germany's area. Moreover, just 29 deforestation sites across South America, Africa and South-East Asia have contributed to over half of the global loss. Citing industrial-scale agriculture as the major reason, the survey reported worst loss from Brazilian Amazon,… read-more

Fri, 15 Jan 2021 - 12:23 PM / by Richa Nigam

Tags: deforestation, WWF, Germany, World Wide Fund for Nature, Brazil

German Police Shuts Down The "world's largest" Dark Web Drugs Market

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Germany Shuts Down World's Largest Dark Web Market, Arrests Owner

The German police have arrested the Australian operator of the world's largest darknet marketplace DarkMarket for selling drugs, stolen credit card data, and malware. Shutting down the market and switching off the servers, the investigators found 3,20,000 transactions took place through the market. The authorities have seized its 20 servers in Moldova and Ukraine and have evaluated its turnover to around $170 million. Meanwhile, the accused,… read-more

Tue, 12 Jan 2021 - 05:13 PM / by Archita chakraborty

Tags: darkweb, Drugs, Germany, Australia, DarkMarket, Cryptocurrency

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

Car hits pedestrians


Germany: 5 Killed, 15 Injured After Car Rams Into Pedestrian Area

Killing five people including a nine-month-old baby and injuring 15, a speeding car rammed into a pedestrian area in the German city of Trier on December 1. Police have arrested the 51-year-old German driver and seized the vehicle. Reportedly, he was driving under the influence of alcohol, and the incident appeared to be intentional. The police are investigating all angles: from terrorist plot to mental issues. 

Wed, 02 Dec 2020 - 01:12 AM / by Dharshana Vijayan

Tags: Germany, Road accident, Trier, injury

Courtesy: The Hindu

Representational photo: A Tesla Model X

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Tesla Hints At Compact EV Models For Europe To Ease Parking-related Issues

Tesla CEO Elon Musk on November 24 hinted at a compact model of his electric vehicles (EV) for European countries after acknowledging the parking-related complications in the region. Musk also said that his company would soon be hiring designers and engineers from Europe. Reportedly, Tesla's factory that is at near completion in Germany will also aim to produce 1000-km range batteries as against the current range of 600 km.

Wed, 25 Nov 2020 - 03:23 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: Tesla, Elon Musk, Electric Vehicle, Germany

Courtesy: Business Insider

WW 2 destruction.

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UN General Assembly Passes Resolution To Commemorate WW II Victims

The UN General Assembly on November 5 agreed to Russian-drafted resolution for commemorating 70 to 85 million victims of World War II on December 1. It was passed with 54-40 in a 193-member assembly. However, the U.S, Germany and many European and Western nations have raised objections to a controversial paragraph of the draft. The resolution aims to promote "international cooperation", "human rights" and "democratic values" while keeping war… read-more

Fri, 06 Nov 2020 - 08:08 AM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: U.N, Germany, Russia, World War II

Courtesy: Hindustan Times


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Bundesliga To Have No Spectators As Germany Enters Lockdown

German officials on October 29 announced a restriction on allowing spectators at the Bundesliga football event starting November 2 after the country decided to enter a partial lockdown. The lockdown is planned owing to an increase in the coronavirus cases. Earlier, a few clubs had allowed 20% spectators based on approvals from the local health authorities. However, the matches to be held from October 30-November 1 will allow spectators.

Thu, 29 Oct 2020 - 12:51 PM / by Dharshana Vijayan

Tags: Bundesliga, Germany, Covid-19, Football

Courtesy: ESPN


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Germany, France Reimpose Lockdown Owing To COVID-19 Second Wave

Severe second wave of COVID-19 has forced France and Germany to undergo the lockdown once again. Top posts of both the countries announced the decision for the same on October 28. In France, schools will remain open and people can only move out for medical assistance or to buy essential goods. Germany has also directed similar measures along with shutting the bars, restaurants, and theaters from November 2 to 30.

Thu, 29 Oct 2020 - 09:21 AM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: France, Germany, teacher lockdown, Covid-19