Over 8,000 Children Aged Under 5 Treated For Acute Malnutrition In Gaza: WHO

More than 8,000 children aged under five have been treated in the Gaza Strip for acute malnutrition since war broke out, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said 28 of those children had died and a significant proportion of Gaza’s population was now facing catastrophic hunger and famine-like conditions….

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Which Country Do Indian Students Prefer Most For Studying Abroad

In recent years, a significant shift has been observed in the preferences of Indian students seeking global education opportunities, with Canada emerging as a favoured destination over the United States. This trend, highlighted by data from the National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP), underscores a substantial increase in Indian student enrollment in Canadian universities, contrasting…

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PM Modi Announces Rs 2 Lakh Compensation For Families Of Indians Killed In Kuwait Fire

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced an compensation of Rs 2 lakh each to the families of Indian nationals who have lost their lives in a devastating fire in Kuwait, the Ministry of External Affairs said. Fire engulfed a multi-storey building housing foreign workers in southern Kuwait’s Mangaf area early on Wednesday, killing at…

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Space To Anti-India Groups In Canada Promoting Violence Is Main Issue: Centre

India on Wednesday said its main issue with Canada continues to be the political space that Ottawa provides to anti-India elements which advocate extremism and violence. Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said India has repeatedly conveyed its “deep concerns” to Canada and New Delhi expects Ottawa to take strong action against those elements. His comments came…

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