Author: Smriti Jha

Currently a research student at Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi with Psychology as major. Hobbies include readings on geopolitics, gender rights, philosophy and other social causes. Has taken up creative writing as more of an interest. Presently into exploring fintech as a career option.

Source : Wallpaper Flare Drew Harwell of The Washington Post and other prohibited journalists were able to join Musk’s Twitter Spaces audio session while they were suspended. This revealed a flaw in Twitter’s enforcement.  Twitter Inc. has suspended the accounts of numerous well-known journalists who cover Twitter’s billionaire owner Elon Musk as well as the upstart rival service Mastodon.  The Washington Post, the New York Times, Mashable, and CNN reporters’ tweets were no longer viewable as of late Thursday, and the company’s normal message stated that it “suspends accounts that break Twitter rules.” I received no prior notice. Ryan Mac,…

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Source : Wallpaper Flare Classic Winter is coming when you witness people wearing their dupattas as shawls and buttoning their sleeves!  A hundred reasons why you shouldn’t leave home will run through your mind as you wrap up in your blanket early in the morning. Unfortunately, that is not the case. So why not make the most of your day by being upbeat and energetic instead of letting laziness spoil it?  There are various meals that can help you fight the cold months, many of them are available and relished specifically during this season. They support your body’s need for…

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In southwest Delhi, two bike-riding guys are accused of throwing an acid-like substance at a 17-year-old girl on the street close to the Dwarka Metro station, according to police. Image by OutFable The man who flung acid at a schoolgirl in Delhi’s Dwarka, according to Bharatiya Janata Party MP Gautam Gambhir, should be publicly executed by the authorities, he said on Wednesday. In southwest Delhi, two bike-riding guys are accused of throwing an acid-like substance at a 17-year-old girl on the street close to the Dwarka Metro station, according to police. “Words fall short of doing justice. We have to…

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Most likely, when you think of “a broken heart,” you envision someone who has suffered a significant loss. During the holidays, a lot of people feel more depressed and lost than usual. But for other people, such intense feelings can manifest physically as unsettling symptoms. Image source: Cleveland clinic Did you know that the signs of a heart attack might be confused with those of a syndrome, a transient cardiac condition? HighlightsBroken Heart Syndrome What are the symptoms? Who is Most in Danger? How is a Heart Attack distinct?What fresh information has emerged on Broken Heart Syndrome? In order for you to be…

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“The Chinese embassy has given the RGF 1.35 crore between 2005 and 2007. The home ministry cancelled the RGF’s FCRA registration after exercising due diligence “said he. Amit Shah, the union home minister, made the statement on Tuesday as the opposition called for a dialogue on the battles between Indian and Chinese soldiers along the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh. “No one can capture an inch of territory while the Narendra Modi government is in power,” the opposition stated. Photo Credit: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar Speaking to media in front of Parliament House, Mr. Shah claimed that the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation’s (RGF)…

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Adesh Gupta, the head of the Delhi BJP, resigned from his job on Sunday, just days after his party fell to Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the crucial elections for the Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD). According to the BJP, Virendra Sachdeva has been named the party’s acting president till Mr. Gupta’s replacement is chosen. In June 2020, Adesh Gupta was named to lead the BJP’s Delhi chapter. Adesh Gupta had previously stated that the AAP will serve as the MCD mayor and the BJP will serve as a “strong opposition” on Friday, putting a stop to rumors that…

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Together with an EU ban on Russian seaborne crude oil imports, the EU, Australia and G7 have announced a $60-per-barrel price cap on Russian oil.Source: [Tatiana Meel/Reuters] Russia’s oil revenue is finally being impacted by a nearly complete prohibition on the entry of Russian petroleum into the European Union. Concerns that it would give the Kremlin a windfall to finance its conflict in Ukraine have been allayed – for the time being. The US Administration was concerned that the Monday-effective EU penalties on Russian crude by sea would cause prices to rise. A ban on providing ships and services, such…

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was accused by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of attempting to “buy” some of its recently elected council members in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD). The party said that the BJP had resorted to playing “dirty games”. In an interview with the media, senior AAP leader and Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh claimed that the BJP is engaging in dirty games, just like the horse-trading of MLAs in Maharashtra, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa. Despite having received 30 fewer seats in the recently concluded civic body elections in Delhi and losing 80…

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A round of golf, a gala wine banquet, and ceremonies are provided for attendees of Gen. Bipin Rawat’s desire to decolonize the Indian military. He was successful militarily, but due to resistance from his own, he was unable to transform the imperial legacy military into contemporary theater commands. Gen Bipin Rawat died on December 8 in 2021 in a helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu`s Coonoor. According to the Raisina Hill legend, on the day in June 2017 when the Chinese PLA began moving towards Torsha nullah on the Doklam Plateau at the India-Bhutan-China trijunction with construction vehicles and road-building equipment,…

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The US and Russia have exchanged jailed US basketball star Brittney Griner for notorious arms dealer Viktor Bout, held in an American prison for 12 years. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, laid the groundwork for a protracted conflict in Ukraine by stating that it “may be a lengthy process” and playing down rumors of another round of Russian mobilization. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, laid the groundwork for a protracted conflict in Ukraine by stating that it “may be a lengthy process” and playing down rumors of another round of Russian mobilization. He also reaffirmed Moscow’s assertion that…

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