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Month: July 2022

A ‘Dream’ Example Of Romanticism

He had reportedly slept for just three hours… that too on the advice of his doctor. He, in those three hours, had a dream and continued to compose a verse. […]

To Avoid ‘Acute Hunger’

Both Russia and Ukraine are worried about a possible (global) food crisis due to the ongoing war between them. In order to avoid such a crisis, the two former Soviet […]

Gruesome Incidents Remembered

It is said that Search Operations, in a massive scale, had been carried out throughout France in order to identify the Jews 80 years ago. On July 16-17, 1942, the […]

The Impending Recession

The year 2022 is a tough one; however, 2023 shall be tougher. Kristalina Ivanova Georgieva-Kinova, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), recently vociferated such a prediction. She […]

Allowed To Visit, Finally

It was a dream come true for a nonagenarian Indian lady, who recently crossed the barbed wire fence to step into her ancestral home in Pakistan from India, after 75 […]

A Counter-Attack

Sheikh Hasina Wajed, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, believes that a crisis has been created across the globe to punish Russia, and the international community is facing the heat. She […]

On The ‘Carbon Sink’

The National Institute for Space Research (INPE), the space agency of Brazil, has reported that deforestation of the Amazon rainforest hit a new record in the first six months of […]

Evidence Of Extermination

Archaeologists recently found the ashes of at least 8,000 people, weighing more than 17.5 tonnes, in two mass graves in northern Poland. According to a report published by the BBC […]