Author: Manjushree Samanta

Manjushree Samanta is a young writer with a keen interest in social issues, world news, and politics. Her writing can be described as simple and to the point. She loves to write and try new things.

According to estimations, 11,000 extra deaths may have occurred in France and 8,000 in Germany as a result of the record heat that began suffocating Europe in May.   According to estimations, record heat started suffocating Europe in May and may have caused 11,000 more deaths in France and 8,000 in Germany.    According to scientists, severe droughts like the ones this summer in Europe, North America, and China are at least 20 times more likely to occur due to human-caused global warming than they would have been more than a century ago.     It is the most recent proof…

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After 66 children died in the Gambia, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a warning about four cough syrups made in India.   Following the deaths of 66 children in the Gambia, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a notice on four cough syrups made in India.    The World Health Organization (WHO) urged consumers not to take more than four fever, cold, and cough syrups produced by an Indian business on Wednesday. This occurs after 66 children died in Gambia.    The cough syrups are produced by Maiden Pharmaceuticals, a company based in Haryana, and include Promethazine Oral Solution,…

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Somalia, a nation of 15 million people emerging from its past as a failed state, can be seen as the last in a world beset by food shortages.   A man pulling a donkey cart through the sand with two young, quiet lads on board appears. The sky is cloudy. It might pour. Not at all. For a very long time, it hasn’t.     At the age of 60, Mohamed Ahmed Diriye is completing the most dreadful journey of his life. Two weeks ago, he left a beach town on the northern border of Somalia. There were fatalities.     Animals…

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On October 4, nuclear-armed North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan for the first time in five years, prompting a warning for residents to take cover and a temporary suspension of train service in northern Japan   The missile appeared to have flown over and past Japanese territory before crashing into the Pacific Ocean, prompting the Japanese government to issue a warning to residents to seek cover.     The Japanese government advised citizens to take cover as the missile appeared to have flown over and past its territory before falling into the Pacific Ocean.    It had travelled the…

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Large portions of the South Asian nation have been inundated by the floods, which have also claimed almost 1,700 lives. Numerous tens of thousands of displaced individuals are living outdoors The floods have flooded vast areas of the South Asian nation and killed close to 1,700 people. Many of the displaced are living in the open in their hundreds of thousands.  Image Source: DW At the opening of a new UN appeal for aid, Pakistan’s climate change minister warned on Tuesday that the country cannot afford to spend additional money recovering from the devastating floods that have been linked…

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Denmark and Germany will be connected via a tunnel that runs 40 metres beneath the Baltic Sea, shortening the distance between the two nations. It’ll debut in 2029   The longest immersed tunnel in the world will connect Germany and Denmark in 2029, reducing travel times between the two nations as it descends up to 40 metres beneath the Baltic Sea.     Construction of the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel began in 2020 after more than a decade of preparation, and in the months since, a temporary harbour has been finished on the Danish side.     It will serve as the location of…

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Tens of thousands of students were prevented from attending school on September 19 as a result of a walkout at 150 East Jerusalem schools over the adoption of Israeli textbooks. Tens of thousands of pupils were prevented from attending school on September 19 as a result of a walkout at 150 East Jerusalem schools over the adoption of Israeli textbooks.  The attack in East Jerusalem, which is primarily populated by Palestinians, is the most recent flashpoint in a long-running debate about what and how Jerusalem-area kids should learn about the war in their textbooks.  Palestinian parents and activists claim that…

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More than 90% of the additional heat that has been retained by the emissions that result from the combustion of fossil fuels is absorbed by the oceans. This heat is very intense. Every second of every day, it feels like an atom bomb has been detonated underwater.   More than 90% of the additional heat that has been retained by the emissions that result from the combustion of fossil fuels is absorbed by the oceans. This heat is very intense. Every second of every day, it feels like an atom bomb has been detonated underwater.     Not all ocean regions…

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According to the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) Act, all women have the right to safe and legal abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy. According to the Supreme Court, establishing any distinctions based on a woman’s marital status is “constitutionally unsustainable.”   According to the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) Act, all women have the right to safe and legal abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy. According to the Supreme Court, establishing any distinctions based on a woman’s marital status is “constitutionally unsustainable.”     The top court further stated that for the purposes of the MTP Act, marital…

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