Unveiling the Dual Fate of Suicides: From Institutional Murder to Natural Death – The Kerala Paradox

Unveiling the Dual Fate of Suicides: From Institutional Murder to Natural Death - The Kerala Paradox

Shraddha’s Suicide and Institutional Murder Following her death, the college students staged a massive protest on June 5 alleging that it was mental torture by the college authorities that led to Sharaddha’s suicide. Shraddha Satheesh, a resident of Ernakulam, was found hanging inside her hostel room on June 2. She was a food technology student … Read more

Massive Protests Expected in Miami as Trump’s Arraignment Looms

there will be multiple pro-Trump demonstrations in Miami on Tuesday

According to the Washington Post, there will be multiple pro-Trump demonstrations in Miami on Tuesday Donald Trump’s plane touched down in Miami on Monday, a day ahead of his court appearance regarding charges of alleged mishandling of national secret documents. His motorcade made its way to a nearby club Trump National Doral, owned by Trump, … Read more

Climbers celebrate Mount Everest 70th anniversary amid melting glaciers

Climbers celebrate Mount Everest 70th anniversary amid melting glaciers, rising temperatures

As the mountaineering community prepares to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest, there is growing concern about temperatures rising, glaciers and snow melting, and weather getting harsh and unpredictable on the world’s tallest mountain. Since the 8,849-meter (29,032-foot) mountain peak was first scaled by New Zealander Edmund Hillary and his Sherpa … Read more

Indiana Doctor Rebuked for Discussing Controversial Ohio 10-year-old’s Abortion 

Indiana doctor reprimanded for talking publicly about Ohio 10-year-old’s abortion

An Indiana board decided Thursday night to reprimand an Indianapolis doctor after finding that she violated patient privacy laws by talking publicly about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from neighboring Ohio. The state Medical Licensing Board voted that Dr. Caitlin Bernard didn’t abide by privacy laws when she told a newspaper reporter … Read more

Dakota Deadly House Explosion Claims 3 Lives

3 people killed when house explodes in South Dakota

The South Dakota State Fire Marshal’s Office is looking into a house explosion that left two small children hospitalised with burns and killed a newborn and her grandparents. According to Stanley County Sheriff Brad Rathbun, the residence, which was about 11 miles (18 km) southwest of Fort Pierre, exploded around 10:20 a.m. on Wednesday. Harper … Read more

G7 Leaders Set to Impose Strong Sanctions on Russia

G7 Leaders Set to Impose Sanctions on Russia

G7 countries will take comparable actions to further isolate Russia and limit its capacity to conduct war in Ukraine The first full day of the Group of Seven summit was scheduled to be mostly devoted by international leaders to devising additional sanctions against Russia for its 15-month invasion of Ukraine. Along with North Korea’s months-long … Read more

G-7 Summit: Biden & Kishida Vows to Stand Strong

US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida

President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida reflected on the complex security landscape that the world currently faces. Prior to a Group of Seven summit where leading democracies will address the challenges of Russia’s war in Ukraine, North Korea’s ballistic nuclear threats, and an increasingly assertive China, President Joe Biden, and Japanese Prime … Read more

Lukashenko’s Absence at Key Event Fuels Health Speculation

Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko, who has not been seen in public since 8 May, did not appear at a ceremony in the capital of Minsk on Sunday, triggering speculation the longtime leader is seriously ill.

Concerns grew further when Lukashenko departed from Russia shortly after attending the Victory Day parade in Moscow Speculation surrounding the health of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has surged following his absence from the country’s significant national celebration. The event, known as National Flag, Emblem, and Anthem Day, typically includes a speech from Lukashenko. However, on … Read more

 China Sentences 78-year-Old US Citizen to Life in Prison

China sentenced a 78-year-old United States citizen to life in jail for spying charges

He was apprehended on April 15, 2021, by the local bureau of China’s counter-intelligence agency in the southeastern city of Suzhou. In a development that could further strain the already deteriorating relations between China and the United States, a 78-year-old American citizen has been sentenced to life imprisonment on spying charges.  The individual in question, … Read more