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Saudi women hit the roads after driving ban is lifted Saudi women hit the roads after driving ban is lifted

It's a historic moment for women who have had to rely on their husbands, fathers, brothers and drivers to run basic errands, get to work


Why India's air looks different from space Why India's air looks different from space

It is the presence of formaldehyde - a colourless gas that is naturally released by vegetation but also from a number of polluting activities


New laws must to tackle online violence against women, girls: UN New laws must to tackle online violence against women, girls: UN

Dubravka says there is now an urgent need for specialised national legislative and policy measures based on existing human rights instruments


UN says over 25,000 people fled Yemen fighting at Hodeida Over 25,000 people fled Yemen fighting at Hodeida: UN

The campaign to seize control of Hodeida, as Hodeida's port is the Yemen's main entry point for most humanitarian aid


Abortion to avoid birth defects is similar to Nazi crimes: Pope Abortion to avoid birth defects is similar to Nazi crimes: Pope

In addition to his comments on abortion and fetal testing, Pope Francis makes clear what he believes the definition of a human family should be


Trump threatened to send 25 million Mexicans to Japan: report Trump threatened to send 25 million Mexicans to Japan: report

EC President Jean-Claude Juncker also came under fire and was repeatedly described by Trump as a "brutal killer" in reference to the bloc's antitrust


Trooping the Colour: Royals join Queen at birthday parade

Queen Elizabeth celebrates 92nd birthday

Prince Philip, who retired from royal duties last year, did not attend the military parade. He turns 97 on Sunday


Villagers suffer for awful state of road in Goalanda Villagers suffer for awful state of road in Goalanda

As there is no alternative road, the villagers have to struggle to cross the road to reach their schools, colleges, offices and bazars amid hurdles


Trump flips US foreign policy upside down Trump flips US foreign policy upside down

Trump's feuds with Washington's traditional partners are sure to test his promise that his "America First" ideology does not mean America alone


Women outnumber men in Spain PM Sánchez's new cabinet Women outnumber men in new Spain cabinet

Women are given some of the biggest jobs including the defence, economy, finance and education portfolios


Pomegranate contamination kills woman in Australia Tainted pomegranate kills Australian woman

It has been linked to 24 cases of hepatitis A nationally


US must stop separating migrant children from parents: UN US must stop separating migrant children from parents: UN

“The use of immigration detention and family separation as a deterrent runs counter to human rights standards and principles,” Shamdasani says


First Saudi women receive driving licenses amid crackdown First Saudi women receive driving licenses amid crackdown

The 10 women who were issued licenses already held driving licenses from other countries, including the US, UK, Lebanon and Canada


Save the Children report says 1.2bn children at risk Over half of world's children 'at risk'

The charity's second End of Childhood index says more than 1.2 billion children face these threats, with 153 million facing all three


North Koreans dare to criticise 'vampire leader' North Koreans dare to criticise 'vampire leader'

In North Korea, where leader Kim Jong-un has almost godlike status, to question him out loud is for many unthinkable


Carlo Cottarelli: Italy president names stop-gap PM Italy president names stop-gap PM

Italy, the EU's fourth-biggest economy, has been without a government since elections in March because no political group can form a majority


Italy's populists are blocked as 'political referee' waves the red card Italy's 'political referee' waves red card

"Membership of the euro is a fundamental choice for the future of our country and our young people," the President adds


The story barely reported by Indian media The story barely reported by Indian media

Cobrapost claims to have revealed a deeply engrained bias towards the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) within many of India's leading media groups


Inequality in India can be seen from outer space

Inequality in India can be seen from outer space

Most of India is dark at night because there is little economic activity going on


Will name it ‘Survival’ if any film made on Rohingya kids: Priyanka Will name it ‘Survival’ if any film made on Rohingya kids: Priyanka

The Goodwill Ambassador of Unicef, feels so blessed after visiting Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar and meeting helpless Rohingya children


Rohingya children caring a responsibility for all: Priyanka Rohingya children caring a responsibility for all: Priyanka

“The whole world has to care and take action. Child is a child. It’s a responsibility for all. These children have nothing,” Priyanka Chopra says


Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors

Pro-government media outlets have splashed their photos online and on newspapers, accusing them of betrayal and of being traitors


Australian PM wishes a peaceful Ramadan for Muslims Australian PM wishes a peaceful Ramadan for Muslims

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday wished all those observing this holy month a…


Hidden Cost of Grade Mania Hidden Cost of Grade Mania

The way students have been evaluated four or five decades back was quite different in comparison to today’s world


Meghan joining the royal family is a big moment for Britain Meghan joining the royal family is a big moment for Britain

The burning question on every royal watcher's lips was: "Who would snare Britain's most eligible bachelor?" The answer took everyone by surprise


Nawaz Sharif's Mumbai attacks interview ignites firestorm Pakistan being isolated internationally: Sharif

Hours after the NSC's meeting, Sharif doubles down on his position, saying Pakistan is being isolated internationally due to its reputation


Mother Is another Word for Love Mother Is another Word for Love

The International Mother’s Day is being celebrated or observed on this day in different countries of the world


Japan's single women a burden on the state, MP says Japan's single women a burden!

LDP party MP Kanji Kato says that when he gives wedding speeches he tells the bride and bridegroom to produce at least three children


Scaling-up Adaptation Actions through Social Protection Scaling-up Adaptation Actions through Social Protection

The State of Social Safety Nets 2018 also features two special themes – social assistance and aging, focusing on the role of old-age social pensions


Could Mahathir Mohamad make a comeback? Could Mahathir Mohamad make a comeback?

The comeback of Dr Mahathir has electrified an election contest, which might otherwise have been very one-sided, reviving an opposition alliance


Global Transition to Hybrid Electric Vehicles Global Transition to Hybrid Electric Vehicles

This means the car uses a combination of electricity stored in batteries and fuel stored in a tank to drive the car forward


Dignity of Labour Dignity of Labour

People are now coming home to the fact that all types of labour are to be given due respect for a more prosperous and peaceful society


Spiralling Cost of Building Materials and Mass People’s Sufferings Spiralling Cost of Building Materials and Mass People’s Sufferings

It is the serious concern of the affected people that they are purchasing building materials at abnormally unreasonable prices for quite a long time


Bridging the Gap: Girls Potential in Bangladesh’s ICT Sector Bridging the Gap: Girls Potential in Bangladesh’s ICT Sector

Bangladesh is in a good place with a huge percentage of its population being youths who have incredible potential


Is Adani power deal in favour of Bangladesh’s interest? Is Adani power deal in favour of Bangladesh’s interest?

The supply agreement is anything but benevolent. The tariffs quoted by the Bangladesh PDB are about double the current cost of solar and wind power


An Elegy for Poet Belal Chowdhury An Elegy for Poet Belal Chowdhury

Belal Chowdhury was Bangladesh’s eminent poet, journalist, columnist and translator


Proactive Diplomacy and Rohingya Issue Proactive Diplomacy and Rohingya Issue

As per the repatriation deal the process of repatriation should have commenced on 23 January, 2017


Rushanara Ali terms Rana Plaza incident a man-made disaster Rushanara Ali terms Rana Plaza incident a man-made disaster

The Labour MP expresses concerns over companies moving work from one country to another that is yet to be under the spotlight


Modern Indigenous Movements Modern Indigenous Movements

Australia appears significantly in the set of early participants in international and UN indigenous affairs

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