Kate Middleton, Prince William’s children take up this family favourite hobby

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, the children of Prince William, have taken up a new hobby and it’s a long-time favourite of their great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. Fox News quoted a report by the Times as saying that the trio has been refining their horseback riding skills. Furthermore, the outlet reports that […]

AI joins the fight against antibiotic resistance

Artificial intelligence is being used to help diagnose antibiotic resistance. Responsible for 700,000 deaths in 2020, drug-resistant disease is a priority health issue for the World Health Organisation. In light of this, researchers and engineers in France have developed Antibiogo, an application that helps diagnose antibiotic resistance. It’s expected to […]

Myanmar crackdown death toll passes 500

More than 500 people have been killed in the Myanmar junta’s brutal crackdown on protests against its coup to oust civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a local monitoring group said today. The grim toll was passed as world powers ramped up their condemnation of the military’s ruthless campaign against […]

ICC rules on appeal by Congolese ‘Terminator’ warlord

The International Criminal Court will decide Tuesday on an appeal by a Congolese warlord dubbed the “Terminator”, who received the tribunal’s longest-ever war crimes sentence. Rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda was convicted by the Hague-based ICC in 2019 over a reign of terror in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the […]

S Jaishankar to attend Heart of Asia conference in Tajikistan today

During his three-day visit to Tajikistan, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will attend the ninth Ministerial Conference of Heart of Asia – Istanbul Process (HoA-IP) on Afghanistan in Dushanbe on Tuesday. Jaishankar will attend the conference at the joint invitation of his counterparts from Afghanistan and Tajikistan. He is expected to meet leaders of other participating countries on the sidelines, […]