United Nations expressed concern over the condition of Afghan women, said…

A high-ranking UN woman official has called on Taliban officials in Afghanistan to respect women’s rights. She said, ‘Women have the right to peaceful protest and a life free from violence. Along with taking control of Afghanistan, Taliban officials took the responsibility of protecting the rights of the people of the country, respect and protect … Read more

Massive fire in Jakarta jail, 40 prisoners killed and nine seriously injured

A powerful earthquake struck near the beach resort of Acapulco in southwestern Mexico on Tuesday, killing one person. Please note that the magnitude of the earthquake has been measured at 7.0. The shock of the earthquake was so strong that the tall buildings became a pile of rubble on sight. As soon as the tremors … Read more

Russian emergency minister dies while rescuing a man during training exercise

Russian Emergency Minister Yevgeny Zinichev has passed away. “We regret to inform you that 55-year-old Yevgeny Zinichev has died while attempting to save a man during a training exercise in the Arctic city of Norilsk,” the ministry said in a statement carried by Russian news agencies. The ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that … Read more

Nepal sent diplomatic note to India on Mahakali river incident

The Taliban has announced its first caretaker government in Afghanistan. Habibullah Akhundzada is the head of this government. At the same time, Hasan Akhund has been placed as the head of the government. Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was being named as the head of the Taliban government till now, has been appointed as Hasan’s deputy. … Read more

Jet plane crashes as soon as it takes off, 4 dead

On Sunday, the army carried out a coup in the West African country of Guinea. The army’s assuming power was announced on state television by an army colonel. Said, the government of President Alpha Condé has been dissolved and all traffic through the country’s borders has been stopped. Earlier, for several hours, firing took place … Read more

Two cases of mysterious Mad Cow Disease found in Brazil

Two years later, cases of unusual Mad Cow Disease have been reported again in Brazil. Meat exports to China have been suspended with immediate effect after two cases of the disease were confirmed at two different domestic meat plants in the country. The first case of Mad Cow Disease was observed in 1996. Since then, … Read more

Power struggle at peak in Afghanistan, split in Taliban, fear of civil war

Three weeks after the Taliban took over Afghanistan, the formation of a new government has not been announced. Conflict has erupted between different factions of the Taliban over a stake in the government. The situation has reached such a point that on Friday there was a shootout between the Taliban and the Haqqani network. In … Read more

PM Modi to interact with six people of Himachal Pradesh on vaccine today

Due to Kerala, the situation of corona infection in the country is not improving. In the last seven days, where there has been a decrease of 22 percent in deaths due to corona epidemic, the cases of infection have increased by eight percent. The biggest reason for this is the serious situation of infection in … Read more

Two thousand new cases of MU variant in America, hospitals filled in California, no space left in ICU

Despite vaccination in all the countries of the world, the cases of corona are not decreasing. The situation is that hundreds of people are dying every day due to the epidemic. The havoc of Corona is increasing again in America. Hospitals are flooded in California due to an increase in serious patients. People are hardly … Read more

Pakistani Ambassador in Doha hosts dinner for Taliban leaders

The conflict over the formation of the Taliban government in Afghanistan has now come to the fore. There were already reports of a standoff between the Haqqani faction and the Taliban. Now Panjshir Observer has tweeted that Abdul Ghani Baradar has been injured in the firing between these two groups. Let us tell you that … Read more