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Survivors receive COVID-19 vaccine on Holocaust Remembrance Day

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day is a memorial day on January 27, every year that commemorates the six million victims of the Holocaust, the genocide of European Jews by Nazi Germany 

Published on 28th January 2021
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UNSC unable to address complex issues of international peace, security as it lacks inclusivity: India

India, along with Brazil, Japan and Germany are pressing for urgent reform of the UN Security Council and for a permanent seat in the reformed 15-member top organ of the world body

Published on 26th January 2021
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WHO hopes to see COVID-19 vaccination 'underway in every country' over the next 100 days

Currently, 236 candidate vaccines are still being developed worldwide -- 63 of them in clinical trials -- in countries including Germany, China, Russia, the UK and the US, according to the WHO

Published on 16th January 2021
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EU regulator gets a request to approve the Oxford COVID-19 vaccine

The drugs agency for the 27-nation EU has already approved two other coronavirus vaccines, one made by American drugmaker Pfizer and Germany's BioNTech and another by Moderna

Published on 12th January 2021
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Indians emerging as prolific users of filters in selfies: study

Unlike Germany, Indian respondents expressed low levels of concern about the impact of filters on their children's wellbeing

Published on 21st November 2020
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Here's how Facebook plans to expand its dedicated news section to 'multiple countries' including India

Apart from India, the company, in a blog post, said it is considering the UK, Germany, France and Brazil for the expansion of Facebook News

Published on 26th August 2020
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Now, NID students can apply for work permits in Germany

Recognition of foreign university-level qualifications in Germany is often an essential prerequisite for securing a German Work Visa, Job Seekers Visa or German Blue Card

Published on 15th July 2020
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UK scientists link chimpanzee lip-smacking to human speech 

The study published in the journal 'Biology Letters' used video recordings collected at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland and Leipzig Zoo in Germany as well as recordings of wild apes in Uganda

Published on 27th May 2020
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Penniless and stressed about jobs and education, hundreds of Indians are waiting to go back to Germany. Will they ever?

While the lockdown in India enterred the third phase, Germany is slowly relaxing its lockdown norms from Monday

Published on 2nd May 2020
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Madhya Pradesh to have AYUSH wings in all medical colleges in the state

The MP CM also directed the AYUSH department to send teams to study in leading countries like Homeopathy in Germany and Herbal Medicine in China to promote research and development activities

Published on 24th December 2019
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Examination reforms a priority: J&K Governor tells Kashmir University VC

The VC briefed the Governor on major international collaborative research projects earned by the University with countries viz US, Canada, Finland and Germany

Published on 2nd July 2019
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Peace be with you: How simple it is to buy a dubious DLitt from this University

A phone call was all it took to understand the ease of receiving a doctorate from International University of Peace, which is apparently headquartered in Germany

Published on 21st June 2019
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Gates Foundation poll finds young people more optimistic about the future than older generations

Data were collected from more than 40,000 respondents ages 12 and older in higher-income countries (Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, the United States, and Saudi Arabia)

Published on 24th September 2018
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Should retired workers be recalled? How the German government is discouraging people from retiring early

Germany faces a serious skill shortage as the post-war ‘baby boomer’ generation retires. The working-age population is expected to shrink by approximately 2 million by 2030

Published on 9th July 2018
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City upbringing may increase mental illness risk, study suggests

The researchers from the University of Ulm in Germany and the University of Colorado (CU) Boulder in the US also suggest that raising kids around pets might be good for mental health

Published on 2nd May 2018

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