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How Far is Diabetes Affordable in the United States?
Is Insulin affordable and easy accessible in the United States? This question arises when looking at a new Human Rights Watch (HRW)...
Imports of Arms by European States Increase
Imports of arms by European states increased by 47 per cent in almost ten years, while the global level of international arms...
Corona Tests: Iceland, United Arab Emirates lead among nations
The Middle East Countries have done maximum number of average testings to keep the coronavirus at bay, though Iceland as a country has done...
Loka Kerala Sabha; Over 25,000 to 100,000 dollars to sit close to Pinarayi?
The Loka Kerala Sabha, a Non-resident Keralites convention, to be held in the United States of America this month, has sparked a controversy over money being charged from ‘pravasis’ to stand or sit close to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan during the three-day event. As the Congress led opposition has come up against the convention, the ruling denied the allegations, of fund raising.
71% Asian Restaurants in US Serve Chinese, Japanese, Thai Food
Around seven-in-ten of all Asian restaurants in the United States serve Chinese, Japanese and Thai foods. However, restaurants serving other types of Asian food are less widely distributed.
Experience of Being a Mother
In the United States, more women delay motherhood but stay in the labour force after their children are born. Apart from this, working mothers take on more care giving responsibilities at home, than fathers do, revealed a survey by the Pew Research centre.
Oldest and Youngest World Leaders
Who is the oldest leader in the world who is at the helm of a country? Joe Biden became the only United States president to turn 80 in Office.
Ocean Climate Action Plan; The Priorities of US
The United States released its Ocean Climate Action Plan, the first-ever government-wide strategy to maximize the power of the ocean to combat climate change.
China Makes History Sending First Civilian Astronaut to Space
China on May 30 achieved a historic milestone in its space program by sending its first civilian astronaut to space. Gui Haichao, a professor at the Beihang University in Beijing regarded as a payload specialist, joined two military astronauts on the Shenzhou-16 spacecraft that blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwestern China at 9:31 a.m. local time.
Grow Food and Not Tobacco; WHO
With hunger spreading worldwide and tobacco responsible for eight million deaths each year, countries should stop subsidizing tobacco crops and help farmers grow food, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.