Gandharv Walia

Gandharv Walia

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Grand project: Finally, Bangladesh unveils multipurpose bridge on Padma River

The travelling distance to Dhaka from the Indian border at Benapole will now get reduced by over 70 km by road. The travel time will also be shortened by 4.30 hours. The journey time from Kolkata…

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Covid virus fattens body cells to initiate its takeover, says study

The effect of SARS-CoV-2 was studied by these experts on over 400 lipids in two different human cell lines. A massive shift in the lipid levels was witnessed by the scientists. Some fats increased…

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Finally, Finland, Sweden get formal invites to join NATO

This became possible after Turkey dropped its objections to the expansion. Following the invitation, the process of ratification for the two nations may take some time, said NATO Secretary-General…

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Catch a glimpse of ‘mysterious markings’ on Mars surface. Find out what it is

The polygons form when the water ice, which is frozen in the soil, splits it apart. In spring, the edges of these polygons crack as the surface ice transforms into gas due to sublimation, as per…

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Chile firm mistakenly credits 286 times of salary to employee. Check out what happens next

To report the error in payment, the employee also informed a deputy manager in the human resources department of the company. After checking the records, the management of the company confirmed…

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Now, world can understand what a woman goes through during menopause. Find out how

This special vest, which has been developed by a group called ‘Over the Bloody Moon’, boasts electric pads for recreating the heat women experience during menopause

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In shooting, former student kills two university professors in Iraqi province of Erbil

Along with the dean, the student also attacked and fatally shot an engineering professor, the official Iraqi News Agency said citing the governor. Khoshnaw said that the dean was shot five times.…

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Australia undergoing significant change, reveal census results

The number of indigenous Australians in the nation is 812,728. They are about 3.2% of the population. Each generation like Baby Boomers, Millennials, etc accounts for around 21.5% of the…

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In ‘surprise’ delivery, 20-year-old student with no baby bump gives birth to child in UK restroom

She delivered a baby boy on June 11. The baby was around three kilograms at birth. After the delivery, Davis was taken to Princess Anne Hospital, as per the outlet. The baby was put in an…

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Two Indian women held after Thai airport officials find 109 live wild animals in luggage during X-ray

The accused women have been detained and charged with violating the Animal Disease Act of 2015, the Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act of 2019 and the Customs Act of 2017. These women have…

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Unwelcome change: Indian groom leaves early with wedding procession, gets sued by friends. Find out how

One of these friends, Chandrashekhar, had also helped the groom distribute the invitation cards for the wedding. As per the card, the baarat (wedding procession) was going to leave at 5 pm. But…

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It ain't over yet: Women look to go for 'sex strike' to get abortion rights back in US

The decision by the United States Supreme Court to overturn the Roe v Wade ruling has been criticised by a number of world leaders in the last couple of days too

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Respite from tormenting heatwave soon: Indian capital may welcome monsoon on June 30 or July 1

In the last few days, high humidity has increased discomfort of the residents, who have been already troubled with the temperatures hovering around 41-42 degrees Celsius, he added. The national…

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UAE offers assistance to make prisoner exchange possible between Russia, Ukraine

Earlier this month, the Ukrainian government also said that 11 rounds of prisoner swaps have been held since the war has started. In these rounds, several prisoners have been swapped. Each nation…

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Indian SC stays rebel Shiv Sena MLAs’ disqualification proceedings in Maharashtra till July 11

The top court has also directed the MVA government to protect the 'life, liberty, and property' of the 39 rebel Shiv Sena MLAs and their family members. The MLAs are headed by minister Eknath…

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