Author: Srija Dutta

student, 21, Mount Carmel College, Bangalore

To assist with the city’s migrant issue, which, according to Mayor Eric Adams, would cost $1 billion this fiscal year, a state of emergency has been established. Adams begged for financial and legislative support from federal government and state legislators. source: CBS news The Crisis The emergency declaration would allow the city to construct migrant tent colonies more swiftly by suspending several land use regulations. In a statement at City Hall, Adams stated that the city anticipates spending $1 billion to deal with the inflow of asylum seekers. Additionally, since April, over 17,000 have visited New York. He claimed that…

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The US president, Joe Biden,  has announced pardon for all the convicts arrested for the possession of Marijuana. Biden has stated that his decision is for his people who would otherwise be denied of many facilities like housing, jobs and education owing to their criminal records. source: ABC news In accordance with federal law and D.C. statute, he is adopting executive action to forgive anyone found guilty of simple marijuana possession. Senior government officials told media on a briefing call that the pardons will be issued through an administrative procedure that will be devised by the Justice Department and will…

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The issue between US and Hong Kong date back to many years indeed. The crisis which has been going for so long with the relations between the two countries date back to many years. So the question here is the nature of the issue. The ongoing and slowly cultivating intentions of China are definitely not a recent notice but that itself has history entangled with it. source: ohio state university Through the pages of history In the pages of history when the British east India company approached the quing dynasty to finalize a trade deal. British resorted to misuse opium…

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a widespread wildfire has caused unfortunate damage to the cultural heritage of Chile by permanently affecting the age-old monolithic Moai statues in the famous Easter Islands of Polynesia. Source: gulf news A Cultural Crisis The island’s mayor Edmund Paoa stated in an interview with the radio station Radio Bio Bio, that the damage that took place in the national park is a historical crisis and is irreversible, he said that no amount of money can mend the harm done to an age-old preserved piece of culture and era. He also informed the radio station that a group of archaeologists from…

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A stabbing spree in Las Vegas has left 2 people killed and 6 people injured. The alleged criminal was arrested on Thursday after he caused the mayhem along the Las Vegas Strip. The incident and the proceedings were allegedly “unprovoked”. source: 8newsnow.com The key happenings. Las Vegas police said they started receiving 911 reports about the knife attacks around 11:40 a.m. on the north Strip’s northern end. Three people got hospitalized in medical emergency and then another three were all in stable condition. Authorities stated that the man gave his “real identity” to police after identifying himself. He is Hispanic,…

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A few weeks ago, a dormitory at a school in western Kenya caught fire, and seven pupils were detained on suspicion of setting it on fire. The frequency of boarding school fire assaults by students increased significantly last year, which the pupils blamed on a more rigorous curriculum as a result of time wasted due to the Covid shutdown. A total of three per week occurred in the second quarter of the year. source: daily maverick A potential crisis for education system? The renowned media house BBC interviewed quite a few students about their experiences and first-hand description of the…

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North Korea fires two more missiles on Thursday after the US and South Korea reacted to its earlier attacks. All this happened after the United States Of America decided to redeploy its carrier to the Sea of Japan. This attack is being counted as the Sixth round of launches by North Korea since September and the missile was fired from near Pyongyang towards the Sea Of Japan again. image source” err.webp How the world reacts? The launches occurred a day following the Re deployment of the US carrier Ronald  Reagan on the Sea of Japan to carry out the combined…

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As the government is slowly all remaining Covid-19 limitations on inbound entries, Hong Kong is giving away 500,000 aircraft tickets to entice travelers back to the financial center. The tickets are valued at HK$2 billion. Tickets include prominent airlines like Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, and Hong Kong Express. image source” The Hong Kong Key Plan British carrier Virgin Atlantic announced on Wednesday that it would cease operations in Hong Kong due to problems associated with the conflict in Ukraine. The British airline said that the continuing Russian airspace shutdown had created significant operational challenges that have led to the financial conclusion…

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A purported intermediate-range ballistic missile fired by North Korea was shot over a portion of northern Japan. It led to the temporary ban of certain train operations and a notice from Japanese government for residents of the Hokkaido region to seek cover during its flight. This is the second time North Korea did this after its first missile fire in 2017. source: Britannica Planned or Casual? According to Japan’s Kyodo news agency, the government triggered its J-Alert program on Tuesday for residents of the nation’s northeastern Aomori prefecture and Hokkaido, the country’s northernmost main island. According to NHK, a public…

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The first coins featuring a portrait of King Charles III, created by British artist Martin Jennings, have been released by the British Royal Mint. In the wake of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II this month, the commemorative £5 coin and 50 pence coin, which were both unveiled yesterday, are the first pieces of paper money to feature a portrait of King Charles III.

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