Malavath Purana

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Mountaineer Malavath Purna Becomes Youngest Indian Female To Reach Mt Denali

Ms. Malavath Purna made history for the seventh time, after reaching the 7 highest peaks in the world.  She also became the first South Indian female to cross the milestone and reach the highest peak.  On June 5, Telangana's Malavath completed the World 7 Summit Challenge and became the youngest female and first South Indian to… read-more

Thu, 09 Jun 2022 - 03:40 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Mountaineer, Malavatha Purna, Telangana, North America, Mt. Denali

Courtesy: The Indian Express

Melanistic Alligator Gar

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US Fishermen Capture A Rare Black Melanistic Alligator Gar In Texas

Justin Jordan and Terrell Maguire of United States captured a rare melanistic alligator gar in Texas. The jet-black beast was roughly 5-feet tall and could reach "enormous lengths." Mr. Jordan posted images of the beast to social media, with some calling it a “creature from alien." They are rare and endangered, and their hue is generally dark green or olive. They can only be found in North and Central America. 

Mon, 23 May 2022 - 09:05 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: USA, Alligator, Endangered Species, Texas, North America

Courtesy: NDTV

John Zartsksky

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Veteran Oscar Winning Filmmaker Zaritsky Is No More

Renowned filmmaker John Zaritsky passed away due to heart failure at Vancouver General Hospital Canada, as per the Hollywood reporter.  Although he died in March, reports came later. The Oscar winner in 1983 for the best documentary feature for 'Just Another Missing kid', had a career spanning over 4 decades. His work has been broadcast over 35 countries and screened at more than 40 film festivals across the globe. 

Tue, 05 Apr 2022 - 02:12 PM / by Devadutta Deb

Tags: Hollywood, Canada, film, English entertainment, North America

Courtesy: ANI

Human Footprints

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23,000 Year Old Footprints Found In US: New Chapter In Human History

Ancient footprints have been found in the United States dating back 23,000 years, implying that people inhabited North America much before the end of the last Ice Age, as per a study published in the journal Science on September 23. The footprints were discovered in silt on the shores of a long-dried-up lake, now part of the New Mexico desert. Reportedly, the sediments were marked and solidified into hard rock.

Fri, 24 Sep 2021 - 07:14 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: ancient, footprint, United States, North America, Mexico, Science

Courtesy: Deccan Herald

Representational photo: Corona virus.

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ATT Protein Deficiency In West Likely Caused Rapid Spread Of COVID

A study by Indian scientists has revealed that deficiency of Alpha-anti-trypsin (AAT) protein might be a major factor in the rapid spreading of the COVID-19 strains. The researchers from West Bengal's NIBMG suggested that AAT deficiency is much prevalent in Europe and America, resulting in people to contract the virus rapidly. However, further experiments are underway to ensure AAT's capabilities to prevent COVID-19.

Wed, 10 Feb 2021 - 01:48 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: Europe, North America, West Bengal, NIBMG, AAT Protein, Coronavirus

Courtesy: Hindustan Times


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Richard Sands To Join Cyble As General Manager For North America

Cyble, a leading cyber monitor firm, has appointed Richard Sands as its General Manager for North America to expand its wings in the region. Having the expertise of over 20 years in the global cyber-security industry, Richard has been a trusted advisor to many leading organisations. "I am excited to join this skilled and passionate team to help steer strategies in North America," said Richard. Prior to this, he… read-more

Wed, 06 Jan 2021 - 06:16 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Richard Sand, Dark Web, Cyble, Brifly Exclusive, North America

Representational photo: A woman cooking using biomass as fuels

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Study Claims Cooking With Biomass Fuels Lead To High Risk Of Lung Damage

A study by Iowa University and Periyar Maniammai Institute of Science and Technology has shown that people cooking with biomass fuels are more vulnerable to lung damage. The researchers used comparative Advanced CT scan imaging to prove that lungs of biomass users had a higher level of trapped pollutants than those using LPG. It also mentioned biomass pollutants are capable of killing around 4 million people from household air pollution.

Fri, 27 Nov 2020 - 12:43 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: North America, Iowa University, CT Scan, Pollution

Courtesy: Hindustan Times


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Canada's Boundaries To Remain Closed For Tourists Till October 31

Canada has decided to ban the entry of international tourists till October 31, closing all means of travel (land, sea, or air) to the country. However, Canadian citizens can enter the country but will have to undergo 14 days self-quarantine. Additionally, the Government has also allowed international students with valid permits and the ones having a work permit to enter the country.

Mon, 05 Oct 2020 - 02:42 PM / by Ujjwal Panchariya

Tags: Canada, North America, International Travel, Tourism

Courtesy: The Times Of India