Author: Harsha Josephine Antony

Harsha is a 21-year-old who loves aesthetics. Born in Delhi, but basically from Kerala, she has travelled all her life. Harsha is a student of MAECS – Masters of Arts in English and Cultural Studies. She loves movies and music (and is also into K-pop). She loves going through fashion design portfolio and sketchbooks as it inspires her. Keen on knowing about the world, Harsha will go into any matter deeply. She dreams of becoming a well known person in this world and she’s always ready for a cup of coffee. Want to know more, check out the article!

By Harsha Josephine Antony | On Wed 7 Sept 2022 | 10.00 pm IST | Photo credit: Marie Claire The survivors who were able to leave Sandy Hook Elementary School over ten years ago are giving the children of Uvalde, Texas a message of hope: You will learn to deal with your trauma, pain, and despair. A message of hope is being delivered to the kids of Uvalde, Texas, by the survivors who were able to leave Sandy Hook Elementary School almost ten years ago: You will learn to cope with your trauma, sorrow, and sadness. Moreover, things will improve.…

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By Harsha Josephine Antony | On Thu 8 Sept 2022 | 10.00 pm IST | Photo credit: AP Photo As members of the royal family travelled to Scotland to be by the 96-year-old monarch’s bedside, Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday that Queen Elizabeth II had been admitted to the hospital for treatment because physicians are “concerned for Her Majesty’s health.” Buckingham Palace announced Thursday that Queen Elizabeth II had been placed under medical care because doctors are “concerned for Her Majesty’s health,” as members of the royal family made their way to Scotland to be by the 96-year-old monarch’s bedside.…

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By Harsha Josephine Antony | On Tue 6 Sept 2022 | 10.45 pm IST | Photo credit: AP Photo The Russian Ministry of Defense is reportedly buying millions of missiles and artillery rounds from North Korea for its ongoing fight in Ukraine, according to a recently revised U.S. intelligence finding. According to a recently downgraded U.S. intelligence conclusion, the Russian Ministry of Defense is now acquiring millions of rockets and missiles and artillery shells from North Korea for its ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The fact that Russian is turning to North Korea, a reclusive nation, shows that “the Russian military…

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By Harsha Josephine Antony | On Sun 4 Sept 2022 | 9.40 pm IST | Photo credit: AP Photo Larry Mitko voted in favour of Donald Trump in 2016. The Republican candidate for the Senate from Beaver County, Pennsylvania, insists that he has “no way, no how” intends to back Dr. Mehmet Oz. The prominent heart surgeon doesn’t seem to be someone Mitko is acquainted with; he narrowly won his May primary with Trump’s backing. In 2016, Larry Mitko cast his ballot for Donald Trump. However, the Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Republican claims that he has “no way, no how” plans…

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Mikhail Gorbachev, the former Soviet leader whose farewell speech was ignored by Russian President Vladimir Putin, was remembered by thousands of mourners on Saturday. Radical reforms initiated by Gorbachev caused the dissolution of the Soviet Union and helped bring an end to the Cold War. Photo credit: AP Photo Thousands of mourners gathered on Saturday to pay their respects to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, whose farewell address was shunned by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Gorbachev introduced radical reforms that contributed to the end of the Cold War and sparked the breakup of the Soviet Union. The Kremlin’s reluctance to…

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United Nations inspectors travelled across Ukraine early on Wednesday morning in the direction of the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station to ensure the safety of the facility in the middle of a conflict zone and prevent a nuclear tragedy. To ensure the facility’s safety in the middle of a conflict zone and avert a nuclear disaster, United Nations inspectors travelled across Ukraine early on Wednesday morning toward the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station. However, concerningly, the local authorities, supported by Russia, asserted that Ukrainian soldiers shelled the area around the plant and the nearby town of Enerhodar overnight. There have…

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By Harsha Josephine Antony | On Tue 30 Aug 2022 | 10.15 pm IST | Photo credit: AP Photo Armed followers of an influential Iraqi cleric who had been fighting with security forces in the capital’s streets on Tuesday began to leave the streets as the political crisis in the nation significantly worsened. A painting of al-Sadr waving was leaning up against a tree as his supporters packed up rugs, tea cups, and the leftovers of their four-week sit-in. After a major escalation of the country’s political crisis, armed supporters of a powerful Iraqi cleric who engaged in street combat…

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Officials also referred to the deadly monsoon season as “a terrible climate calamity,” Saying it has caused more than 1,000 fatalities in Pakistan since mid-June as a result of severe flooding. While the army and rescuers relocated stranded residents to safety in relief centres and fed thousands of displaced Pakistanis, flash floods brought on by the monsoon rains destroyed villages and crops. Image Source: AP Photo Since mid-June, there have been more than 1,000 fatalities in Pakistan as a result of extensive floods, according to officials, who also described the deadly monsoon season as “a catastrophic climate calamity.” While army…

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