It always happens and in every part of the world. People who serve quietly, serve diligently and serve efficiently are invariably neglected by the authorities. In my opinion, there are two reasons for that. First, they who serve diligently rarely get the time to
Britain now has the worst Covid death rate in the world, due in large part to Boris Johnson’s fatal refusal to make decisions in time, from the late lockdown in March last year to the delayed announcement of Covid PCR tests on arrivals into the UK
The UK is a shining example of a brilliant vaccine roll-out strategy. It has disbursed 15.8 million doses, aggregating to 23.7 doses per 100 persons in the country of 66 million, as on 14 February. The vaccination drive is being led strongly by the Prime Minister Boris
A leading scientist has defended the government’s decision to describe the new coronavirus variant as more deadly after others claimed the proof is still vague. There is some evidence that a new coronavirus variant first identified in southeast England
If the rise in interest rates and news of the obscene profits of energy companies hasn’t ruined your weekend, then look up the responses to Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios, who assaulted his former girlfriend, Chiara Passari. The court dismissed the charges — meaning that even though he pleaded guilty, he wasn’t convicted.
As humanity progressed it built machines that can do away with its hands and now, it is building programs that eventually aim to do away with its brains, the one thing that no other species on this planet can challenge
The joint statement issued after United Arab Emirates Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, French foreign minister Catherine Colonna and India External Affairs Minister Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on Saturday declaring that the three countries would design and implement
World Wrestling Entertainment’s “Monday Night RAW,” the longest running weekly episodic TV show in the US, just celebrated its 30th anniversary. Whatever you might think about the world of professional wrestling and outdated stereotypes like “it’s fake,” that kind of longevity should be instructive to the media institutions struggling