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Afghanistan: Will The Dreams Of Afghani Girls Under Taliban’s Rule Shatter?

On 15th August 2021, The Taliban, an Islamist fundamentalist movement took over the control of Afghanistan by conquering its capital, Kabul. This has turned the functioning of the Afghan government upside down. Taliban’s encounter and their extreme interpretation of Islamic sharia law have severely impacted the lives of young girls and women in Afghanistan. Taliban has not only restricted women to work across the country, but also excluded girls from school during the year 1996-2001 when they held power over roughly three-quarters of Afghanistan. After the U.S led invasion toppled Taliban rule in 2001, girls began attending schools and universities and the female literacy rate has reached 30 percent by 2018. But now everyone fears if the history repeats again. Because the girls of s...

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Fight For Press Freedom Deserves Nobel Peace Prize

“Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press and that cannot be limited without being lost.” This quote by Thomas Jefferson aptly describes the effect of regulation on the press. Today, the role of media in our daily life has become inimitable. Depriving our society of the right to voice their opinion, or to publish their views and sentiments is incredulous and disastrous. Both the Indian Constitution and the Supreme Court have time and again provided significant value to press freedom. On 8th October, Journalists Dmitri Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines won the 2021 Nobel Prize for Peace for their courageous fight for freedom of expression. Both of them are deserving personalities who stood for this idea in a "world where democracy and freedom of the press co...

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Indian Army Will Now Compete With China With Trishul And Vajra

Last Sunday, the 13th round of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China failed to yield any outcome owing to the stubborn attitude of the latter. The Indian Army stated that the discussions focused on the resolution of the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control. In the year 2020 in Galwan valley, Ladakh, Chinese soldiers attacked Indian soldiers with sticks wrapped with barbed wire and baseball bats, sticks, and stones. In this sudden and new type of attack, our soldiers also faced the Chinese soldiers but still, 20 soldiers were martyred. Now to counter this policy of Chinese soldiers, Indian soldiers are being equipped with Lord Shiva's Trishul, Indra Dev's Vajra, Sapper Punch, Dand, and Bhadra. Noida-based company Epasteron Pvt Ltd has developed thes...

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Gaza’s Only Covid Testing Lab Destroyed In The Airstrikes!

By Vaishali Negi An official report says that Gaza’s main Covid testing lab has been destroyed by an Israeli airstrike on Monday. Dr. Dahir, director of the ministry’s preventive medicine department stated that the airstrike destroyed the lab and administrative offices. One ministry official was hospitalized when a shrapnel struck him in the head. Dr. Dahir said that the equipment inside is not affected but still it will require some time to clean up the lab. Israeli airstrikes started on May 10 aiming  to destroy the militants and it’s infrastructure. Loss of militant tunnels and the home of nine Hamas commanders have been confirmed by the Israeli Ministry. Many people lost their lives and homes. A dispute between Hamas, who controls Gaza and Israel is the reason for the airstrikes. It is

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Huawei’s Ability To Eavesdrop On Dutch Mobile Users Comes As A Surprise For The Telecoms Industry

Chinese language era provider Huawei turned into currently accused of being capable of monitoring all calls making the use of Dutch cellular operator KPN. The revelations are from a secret 2010 report made through consultancy company Capgemini, which KPN commissioned to evaluate the dangers of operating with Huawei infrastructure. Even as the overall report on the problem has no longer been made public, journalists reporting at the story have outlined particular issues that Huawei employees within the Netherlands and China had get right of entry to to protection-crucial elements of KPN's network—which includes the call information of millions of Dutch residents—and that a lack of statistics supposed KPN could not set up how often this passed off. each KPN and Huawei have denied any impro...

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