The ministers of G4 countries asserted that such a reform was essential to make the most powerful wing of the UN more representative and effective, reflecting the ground realities of the 21st century
UNITED NATIONS: Foreign Ministers of G4 countries, including India, have called for an "early reform" of the UN Security Council and expansion of its
by Rameshwar Roy
The Doklam issue stands resolved after a nearly 73-day standoff, at least for the time being. It has been a tremendous battle of nerves and resolve on part of the Indian Army’s to not only intervene in time, but hold on to their positions steadfastly and give adequate time until diplomatic parleys finally found a successful b
The brand new Apple iPhone 8 has reached the hands of folks at iFixit and they have some interesting insight as they are dissecting the device. The key revelation here is that the iPhone 8 has minimal internal design changes.
The iFixit team dissected the iPhone 8 in Gold to peek inside the internal layout. As the teardown is still ongoing, one of
Facebook has been struggling to curb the spread of fake news on its platform the world over. In the West, it is facing flak for influencing the final result of the US Presidential Elections. In India, too, unattributed, baseless news items have been doing the rounds on Facebook. And Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp has nearly become the
A terminally-ill Afghan boy has been removed from his parents’ care at a refugee centre in Emmen and put under social work supervision, the Volkskrant said on Thursday.
Amir, who is 10, suffers from an incurable metabolic disease and is mentally handicapped. He has been living in refugee centres since 2011 and his family was...
Just four in 10 football clubs in the Netherlands say more women and girls have joined since the Dutch women won the European championships this year. The rest say they have detected no such ‘championship effect’, public broadcaster NOS has found.
Clubs in Groningen and Zuid-Holland in particular have recruited more new female players...
The Netherlands has been losing 13.5 square kilometres of woodland every year since 2013, according to researchers at Wageningen University. They base their calculations on maps and aerial photographs of the Dutch countryside.
‘Up to 2013, we were planting more woods because farmers were getting subsidised to grow trees,’ res...