#New-delhi KSET exam date 2021 announced: Check strict COVID-19 norms to be followed #New-delhi ICSE Board Exams 2021: Will class 10, 12 exams get cancelled or postponed? Latest updates for students #New-delhi Ambedkar Jayanti 2021: Popular quotes that continue to inspire us #New-delhi UPSC ESE 2020 final result declared #New-delhi Bihu 2021: Wishes, Messages, Quotes For Friends and Family #New-delhi Chaitra Navratri 2021: Date, time, puja vidhi and other details For New-delhi Updates Allow Notification For Daily Alerts Keep youself updated with latest New-delhi News Cancel OK Just In 17 min ago UK government clears Nirav Modi extradition to India: CBI officials 24 min ago Government to supply around 17,092 MT of oxygen to states worst-hit by COVID-19 45 min ago Jana Sena party chief Pawan Kalyan tests positive for COVID-19 Must Watch … [Read more...] about JEE Main Admit Card for April 2021 exam to be released with COVID-19 self-declaration form
close Video Experts worry Russia is seeking a 'new Cold War' FOX News' Jennifer Griffin reports Russia is expanding its military bases in the Arctic on 'Special Report' Vladimir Putin was reportedly so angered when President Joe Biden called him a "killer" in his first sit-down interview after taking office, the Russian president left his quarantine, got a COVID vaccination and moved 28,000 Russian troops to the border with Ukraine . "It was really a shock. And it changed his behavior a lot," argues Pavel Baev, a senior researcher at Norway’s International Peace Research Institute in Oslo. Russian Bear bombers went into action, forcing NATO to scramble 10 jets to intercept the Russian warplanes flying over the North Atlantic Ocean last week, a rare show of force near the Arctic. On Monday, Putin quietly changed Russia’s constitution to allow him to stay in power until 2036. He would be 83 years old. "Bluffing comes naturally to [Putin]. He … [Read more...] about Putin so upset over Biden’s killer comments he moved 28,000 Russian troops to Ukraine border, report
'If there is a background of some kind of mutual understanding on how the dialogue process might develop in a mutually satisfactory manner...' Ashraf Jehangir Qazi , former Pakistan high commissioner to India and former ambassador to the US and China, tells Aditi Phadnis there is reason for cautious optimism about prospects of normalising India-Pakistan relations. Given that India and Pakistan now don't even have envoys in each other's countries, is it too optimistic to interpret recent events -- the ceasefire agreement, the Indus Waters Treaty talks, and others -- as a beginning of re-engagement? Indeed, a very welcome re-engagement process between India and Pakistan may be said to have got under way. The question -- and the challenge -- is how far it will go and for how long it can be sustained. There have been several bilateral dialogues in various formats in the past. They have often had a temporarily positive if not significant impact on the state of … [Read more...] about ‘New era in India-Pakistan relations could beckon’
LINE of Duty has received hundreds of complaints after a character with Down's Syndrome was labelled "the local oddball" in an episode. As the show aired on World Down Syndrome Day , character Terry Boyle, who had been accused of murdering fictional journalist Gail Vella, was hit with the derogatory term. Viewers were left outraged when Terry, who is played by Tommy Jessop - an actor with Down's Syndrome - was referred to as an "oddball". More than 300 of people have since contacted the BBC to voice that they were "unhappy" with the choice of words used to describe Terry. According to the Mail Online , 323 complaints were submitted to the broadcaster about the line from the first episode of the sixth series. It came as policeman Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) revealed Terry may not be as responsible for the murder of Jackie Laverty, who was stored in his freezer by an organised crime group. After the DNA of a criminal named Carl Banks was discovered at the scene … [Read more...] about Line of Duty hit with hundreds of complaints after Ted Hastings calls Down’s Syndrome character an ‘oddball’
Watch video 05:55 Share Europe's northernmost town Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3Zo8w Europe's northernmost town The Svalbard archipelago is midway between the Norwegian mainland and the North Pole. Longyearbyen is the main town on Spitsbergen, the biggest island in the archipelago. Living conditions are harsh. Summer temperatures reach highs of around 6 degrees Celsius, thawing the ground. The rest of the year it’s freezing cold. But the remote polar region draws people from all over the world who come to see its glaciers, fjords, polar bears, whales and northern lights. You can find out more about Longyearbyen and Spitsbergen in our Euromaxx publication "111 Extreme Places in Europe That You Shouldn't Miss". We would like you to tell us the name of the remotest place that you have ever visited. Everyone who writes in will also … [Read more...] about What is the remotest place that you have ever visited?