Chaheti Singh Sisodia

Chaheti Singh Sisodia

Chaheti Singh Sisodia

Trainee Journalist

Chaheti likes to read and write about history, politics, economy and international affairs. She also has a penchant for data-driven stories. 

Opinions/Stories

Ukraine nuclear plant 'risks increasing every day'; city mayor calls it 'nuclear terrorism'

The mayor of the city of Energodar in the region's southeast stated that because Russian soldiers are "shelling the infrastructure that ensures the safe operation of the station," "the risks are…

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Asia sees boom in apps that turn restaurant leftovers into low-cost meals

Users of the app can pick up a "Mystery Basket" of food for at least a 50% discount from places like Pret A Manger and a nearby cake business called The Cakery. According to the business, it has…

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Ghani embezzled money, buried by history, says Afghan envoy to Tajikistan Agbar

Speaking to our Diplomatic Correspondent Sidhant Sibal, Agbar made a major claim that Ghani was responsible for embezzlement. He said, 'prior to the fall, based on an order given from Ghani…

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Deepening cost-of-living crisis pushes Britons to give up pets

Due to their requirement for specialised heating and lighting, exotic pets like snakes and lizards are also proving to be prohibitively expensive. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty…

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Tiny cat-sized dinosaurs walked over China 100 million years ago; probably had spikes on their tail

This is the tiniest known footprint of a stegosaur, measuring less than six centimetres. It stands in stark contrast to other stegosaur prints discovered at the Chinese track site, which reached a…

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Explained: Is Indian flag unfurled or hoisted on Independence day? What's the difference?

There was no president in the office on the first Independence Day. Prior to the office's abolition, Lord Mountbatten held the position of Governor General of India, which was comparable to the…

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US vows to do better in battling racial discrimination at UN review, concedes 'so much left to do'

An international treaty on eradicating all forms of racial discrimination, which the United States adopted in 1994, is evaluated by a panel of 18 independent experts. The committee questioned the…

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Suspect charged with attempted murder in Salman Rushdie attack case

According to the report, Schmidt stated that local, state, and federal law enforcement authorities, including those in New Jersey, were attempting to comprehend the planning and preparation that…

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Secret schools: Afghan girls defy Taliban, take huge risks to continue studies

Taliban representatives assert that the prohibition is only temporary, citing numerous reasons such as the necessity to alter security, uniforms, teachers, buildings, or curricula. But many…

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Taiwan expresses ‘sincere gratitude’ to United States for maintaining security in Taiwan strait

The "unprovoked military and economy intimidation" by China, according to a statement from Taiwan's foreign ministry on Saturday, had "further strengthened the unity and resilience of the global…

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WATCH | China flash flood: Four people killed and nine others injured

While some tourists managed to make it to the river bank in time, others who had been playing in the initially shallow water were forced to escape for safety and scramble over boulders. According…

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Coding for underprivileged girls in Thar desert; remote school-cum-economic centre making dreams come true

The school is located close to the village of Kanoi in a rural part of Jaisalmer. Around 400 girls can attend the school from kindergarten to the tenth grade. The school's mission is to educate…

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Chinese 'research' vessel given entry in Sri Lanka despite India's concerns that it is dual-use spy ship

According to officials in the foreign ministry, Colombo had extended the first clearance for the visit, which had been given on July 12—the day before the former president Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled…

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Watch: Freya the walrus could be euthanised if crowds don’t stay away, warn Norwegian authorities

Freya, so named after the Norse goddess of love and beauty, has garnered media attention ever since she was first spotted in the waters off the coast of the Norwegian capital on July 17. Walruses…

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What will Earth look like in 7010 AD? Will humans still exist after 5,000 years?

Humans will have much more technical power in the 71st century if we reach the type II level by then. According to Dyson, such a civilisation would be able to capture a star with a swarm of…

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