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A recent study found that using less than 1 ton of paper can saves 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, 6953 gallons of water, 4,077-kilowatt hours of energy, and 3.06 cubic years of landfill space!

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Coronavirus Vietnam: The mysterious resurgence of Covid-19 The mysterious resurgence of Covid-19 in Vietnam

Most countries that thought they had the pandemic under control have seen resurgences, he says, pointing to a long list including Spain, Australia and Hong Kong


Coronavirus severely restricts Antarctic science Coronavirus severely restricts Antarctic science

This includes all work on the huge, and rapidly melting, Thwaites Glacier, which has been the focus of a major joint study with the Americans


Ammonium nitrate: A fertiliser under scrutiny Ammonium nitrate: A fertiliser under scrutiny

The world’s annual production of ammonium nitrate is over 20 million tonnes for fertilisers alone, which means the amount that exploded in Beirut


World's remotest Irish bar: 'We will survive Covid' World's remotest Irish bar: 'We will survive Covid'

The government recently announced it would issue hiking permits for the Himalayas’ autumn season, which begins in September


Muslims being blamed for England's coronavirus outbreaks Muslims being blamed for England's coronavirus outbreaks

Johnson himself has repeatedly been accused of Islamophobia


China Uighurs: A model's video gives a rare glimpse inside internment Uighur model sends rare video from China's detention camp

The video of Ghappar provides a chilling and extremely rare first-hand account of China's highly secure and secretive detention system - sent directly from the inside


What is the 'sovereign citizen' movement? What is the 'sovereign citizen' movement?

Coronavirus mitigation measures, including mandatory social distancing and mask wearing, may also be fuelling the anti-government conspiracy


Suleiman al-Rajhi: A multi-billionaire with no money Suleiman al-Rajhi: A multi-billionaire with no money

A palm grove in the Saudi Arabia in the city of Al-Qassim has more than 200,000 palm trees and is dedicated in the path of Allah


New 90-minute coronavirus and flu test to be rolled out in  UK New Covid and flu tests give results in 90 minutes in UK

Currently, a third of tests take longer than 24 hours to process


A One Trillion Dollar Hidden Treasure Chamber is Discovered at India's Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple contains hidden treasure chamber

The mysterious Vault B has kept everyone at bay for many years, although five other vaults were opened in 2011 by a team approved by the Supreme Court


Can summer survive America's coronavirus spike? Can summer survive America's coronavirus spike?

Economists have warned that consumer spending in the US appears to be stalling, even in places, like Massachusetts, which have so far escaped a sharp rise in cases


Why a new generation of Thais are protesting against the government Why young people are protesting in Thailand

Many have found creative ways to protest - including the use of a Japanese anime character and a "Hunger Games" salute


The message of peace buzzing in the heaven on earth Kashmir on the highway of development

Kashmir, adorned with the beauty of nature, wants to stand tall trashing the path of suicidal destructive violence by following incumbent government’s willingness and bold leadership


Covid-19: Why Hong Kong's 'third wave' is a warning Covid-19: Why Hong Kong's 'third wave' is a warning

However, he believes the more serious problem came from the government's decision to exempt several groups of people from testing and quarantine when they entered Hong Kong


India and China race to build along a disputed frontier India and China race to build along a disputed frontier

Both India and China have devoted money and manpower to building roads, rail links and airfields along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto boundary separating them - as well as modernising their military hardware in the region


Legacy of pluralism, tolerance and Kashmiriyat, hallmark of Kashmir Legacy of pluralism, tolerance and Kashmiriyat, hallmark of Kashmir

When men were murdered and women raped simply because of their faith, nowhere was the difference between Hindu and Muslim less than in Kashmir, where one language and one culture united all Kashmiris


India coronavirus: 'More than half of Mumbai slum-dwellers had Covid-19' Coronavirus: 'More than half of Mumbai slum-dwellers had Covid-19'

Mumbai has reported more than 110,000 cases and 6,187 deaths as of 28 July


International students in UK turn to food banks in lockdown International students in UK turn to food banks in lockdown

Some have been unable to pay their course fees and have been threatened with suspension by their universities which would result in their visas being cancelled


India decides to facilitate the return of Afghan Hindu and Sikh community Afghan Sikh tells about Pakistan-backed Taliban’s torture

Facing threats from Pakistan-backed Taliban, 11 members of Sikh community from Afghanistan, who are granted short-term visas by Indian Embassy in Kabul reach New Delhi on Sunday


Coronavirus: Can this California prison save itself from Covid-19? Coronavirus: Can this California prison save itself from Covid-19?

There have now been at least 2,159 confirmed cases of Covid-19 at San Quentin and 19 deaths


Fahim Saleh Biography: The Short-Lived Visionary Entrepreneur in TECH World Fahim Saleh: The short-lived visionary entrepreneur

Besides carrying out school education, Fahim Saleh nurtured his passion for technology


Coronavirus: Why won't India admit how Covid-19 is spreading? Why won't India admit how Covid-19 is spreading?

Experts say there are many such cases - proof that "full-blown" community transmission is happening in India


How masks and acne created new makeup trends How masks and acne created new makeup trends

According to dermatologist Angeline Yong, the "constant rubbing of the masks against our skin causes micro-tears, allowing easier entry for bacteria and dirt to clog up our pores"


Hagia Sophia: Former Istanbul museum to open for Muslim worshippers Istanbul's Hagia Sophia reopens as a mosque

The 1,500-year-old Unesco World Heritage site became a museum in 1934


Coronavirus: China's workers and graduates fear for their future China's workers and graduates fear for their future

This is a critical issue for economic recovery and political legitimacy. Young, educated, unemployed, restless and resentful graduates have repeatedly been a problem for the ruling party


Maulvi orders, ancient Buddha statue goes ‘under the hammer’ in Pakistan Maulvi orders to demolish ancient Buddha statue in Pakistan

Shocking videos emerge of new archaeological discoveries in Buddhist Ruins of Takht-i-Bahi, listed by UNESCO in the World Heritage List, being demolished by radical Islamists in north-west Pakistan


India coronavirus: Online classes expose extent of digital divide India coronavirus: Online classes expose extent of digital divide

Officials warns that almost 30 percent of the central state of Jharkhand had poor connectivity


Coronavirus: The great contact-tracing apps mystery Coronavirus: The great contact-tracing apps mystery

Germany's Corona-Warn-App was rolled out nationwide in June


India coronavirus: How Kerala's Covid 'success story' came undone India coronavirus: How Kerala's Covid 'success story' came undone

As of 20 July, Kerala's caseload had crossed 12,000, with 43 reported deaths


Coronavirus face masks: Why men are less likely to wear masks Why men are less likely to wear face masks

Even in Asian countries where wearing face masks is a long-established and widely observed social norm, the split persists


Coronavirus: Are mutations making it more infectious? Are mutations making coronavirus more infectious?

This coronavirus is actually changing very slowly compared with a virus-like flu


Coronavirus tests: Swabs don't damage the brain and other claims fact-checked Coronavirus tests: Swabs don't damage brain

The brain has lots of layers of protection


India coronavirus: Delhi breathes again as Covid-19 cases dip Delhi breathes again as Covid-19 cases dip

Delhi's reported Covid-19 daily deaths have fallen from 62 at the end of June to 41 earlier this week


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The world will have to begin to reckon with the consequences of a smaller, older population


Coronavirus: Why attitudes to masks have changed around the world Why have attitudes to face masks changed?

Meanwhile, the UK government was initially reluctant to advise the general public to wear face coverings, even as other countries in Europe did


Urgent action must to end pandemic of gender-based violence: experts Urgent action must to end pandemic of gender-based violence: experts

UN and regional experts on violence against women and women's rights have called on all States to seize the opportunity to ‘build back better’ 


Coronavirus India: Rush for plasma therapy as Covid-19 cases rise Coronavirus India: Rush for plasma therapy as Covid-19 cases rise

Maharashtra and Delhi - two among the worst-affected states in India - have not only backed the therapy, but have set up plasma banks as well


Hagia Sophia . . . And the March of Illiberalism Hagia Sophia . . . And the March of Illiberalism

President Erdogan lost little time, following the clean chit the judiciary gave him, in decreeing that Hagia Sophia will go back to being a mosque


Coronavirus: How New Zealand went 'hard and early' to beat Covid-19 Coronavirus: How New Zealand went 'hard and early' to beat Covid-19

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says these were the strictest regulations in the world, for which she would "make no apologies"

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