Anxious residents slept outside after hundreds of aftershocks rattled the earthquake-hit northern Philippines, locals said Thursday, as President Ferdinand Marcos Jr inspected damage in the region.
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The oldest and youngest contenders ever nominated are in the running for this year's Booker fiction prize after judges on Tuesday announced a longlist devoid of some star authors.
Around five percent of people who have had Covid-19 develop long-lasting problems with their sense of smell or taste, a large study said Thursday, potentially contributing to the burden of long Covid.
Elon Musk originally sought a February trial, but on Tuesday proposed an Oct. 17 trial after a judge ruled the proceeding was to start in three months.
"During the current year, two individuals associated with media organisations have been detained under Public Safety Act as reported by the government of Jammu and Kashmir," Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said in Lok Sabha.
Russia Ukraine War: Russian forces have taken over Ukraine's second biggest power plant, presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovych said in an interview.
In 2020, the Delhi government had formulated Electric Vehicle Policy. Last year, 25,809 vehicles were sold and this year, over 29,000 vehicles have been sold.
According to police, Some persons allegedly accosted and snatched the girl's school bag and told her not to attend school as other girls of the village were not doing so.
A 170 carat pink diamond dubbed The Lulo Rose was discovered at Lulo mine in Angola's diamond-rich northeast
Four minors accused in the sensational Hyderabad gangrape case have been granted bail by the Juvenile Justice board (JJB).
A futuristic Saudi megacity is to feature two skyscrapers extending across a swathe of desert and mountain terrain, according to the latest disclosures on the project by the kingdom's de facto ruler.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has nominated Andriy Kostin, a lawmaker from the president's Servant of the People party, to be the country's next prosecutor general.
Local authorities hunting for a gang of monkeys who attacked and wounded nearly 50 people in western Japan have caught and killed one of the marauding primates, an official said Wednesday.
Iran-US Nuclear Talks: Indirect talks between Tehran and Washington aimed at breaking an impasse over how to salvage Iran's 2015 nuclear pact ended in Doha, Qatar, last week without the hoped-for progress.
The shallow quake struck Abra province on the main island of Luzon at 8:43 am.
Adding India as the sixth country to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) plus would move New Delhi towards a Defense Security alignment with the United States," said American Congressman Ro Khanna.
WHO Europe has forecast just over 27,000 monkeypox cases in 88 countries by Aug. 2, up from 17,800 cases in nearly 70 countries at the latest count.
According to data presented by Union Minister of State for Environment Ashwini Kumar Choubey in Lok Sabha on Monday, 96 tigers died in 2019, 106 in 2020 and 127 in 2021.
According to police, The incident took place around 8 pm when the SUV lost control and hit the 36-year-old carpenter, who was walking on the side of a road in Sector 126.
Vishwanath Karthikey, a student studying in Class IX, of a school in Hyderabad managed to achieve this feat.