Aftermath of Ethiopian Flight Crash – A Twitter Story

By Aiswarya Sriram Bengaluru, March 12, 2019 On March 10, 157 people died when the Boeing 737 Max8 plane crashed en route to Nairobi, Kenya, from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Many people have taken to Twitter stating that they don’t want to fly in the Boeing 737 Max8. https://twitter.com/sim_gumede/status/1105167770927419392 @British_Airways Hi, I would like to know […]

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China to Lead the World by 2032

The US to be defeated by Asian countries to be the world’s largest economy, says reports The United States are the current global leaders; they have one of the best education system, infrastructure, military, and economy. This picture could soon change. According to reports published by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), Asian […]

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Visa isn’t a ‘Trump’ Card Anymore

Indians are facing issues in pursuing jobs in the United States because of the tightening of the H-1B visa rules. By Hansy Sanctis Bangalore, Jan 31, 2019: The infamous American H-1B visas selection has been turning hostile towards Indian employees who have been trying to move abroad for their work. The United States government has […]

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High Hopes From CS Santosh and Aravind KP at the Race.

Two of the most experienced racers from India are racing for the Dakar rally 2019, being held in Lima, Peru, now. By Rohit Chatterjee Bangalore, Jan. 17, 2019: CS Santosh from the Hero Motocorp and Aravind KP of TVS are currently in South America, taking part in the most grueling rally in the world, the Dakar […]

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Transgender Remembrance Day

Remembering the ones we lost this year. Bengaluru, Nov. 20, 2018: On International Transgender Remembrance Day, the world remembers the ones who lost their lives due to transphobia this year. There have been several cases of transpeople being lynched, murdered, and incarcerated. People from across the world showed respect on twitter. GLAAD, a LGBT-centric organization, […]

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World Development Report’s Promise to Education

1300 villages in India, nearly 24% of teachers were absent during unannounced visits Bengaluru, Nov 19, 2018: The World Development Report 2018 (WDR 2018) was published in February 2018 which is the 40th in the series , introduced a new agenda on ‘Learning to realize education’s promise’, which is the first ever promise that has […]

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