Month: December 2019

Delhi’s coldest December and women sit-in at Shaheen Bagh

shaheen bagh sit-in

The anti-CAA protests across India have given rise to conflicting news stories and accounts of police violence, police brutality, and mass detentions. But, in the midst of it all, protests at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh area have been an example of courage and kindness in trying circumstances.  Undeterred by the severe cold wave sweeping Delhi, a …

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How do I register for IELTS test?

how do I register for ielts test

Quick and easy solution 1st step: Nearest test center Find out the nearest test center. It is also possible that a center that is away from your place has earlier test date available best suit for you. Keep in mind you can choose any center that is your favorite one. 2nd step: Register for your …

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Do You Own Your Own Domain Name

Domain name

One of the most important “identities” to a business in the current age of online everything is their domain name. It is their business brand, it is the business name, it is how your business is known and found on the Internet. But do you actually own your domain name? who owns this domain name? …

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Crispy review about a digital space: Realbooks4u

realbooks

www.realbooks4u is an amazing platform of a great collection of variety of exquisite books available free, just one click away. The entire collection is free from any monetary advantages. This literary digital space organises virtual books and their respective documents. Normally book portals require subscription one way or another but here a large number books …

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India Protests: German student kicked out of country

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Jakob Lindenthal, a 24-year-old exchange student studying a master’s degree in physics, said he took part in two rallies in the southern city of Chennai against the legislation, which discriminates against India’s minority Muslims. In photos circulated by Indian media, student Jakob Lindenthal was shown holding a placard equating the Indian government’s practices with those …

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Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi’s killing

Jamal Khashoggi

Five people have been sentenced to death over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but two top figures investigated over the killing have been exonerated, Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor said Monday. Saudi prosecutors had said deputy intelligence chief Ahmed al-Assiri oversaw the Washington Post columnist’s killing in the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate in October 2018 and …

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