Sayan Ghosh

Sayan Ghosh

Sayan Ghosh

Chief Sub Editor

A bibliophile who is interested equally in current affairs and all things sports. However, football remains his one true passion.

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World War II-era boat emerges from Lake Mead as water levels decline

The lake has been severely impacted by drought as the water level has gone down drastically and according to local officials, the boat was deep below the surface of the water.

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New York may ban concealed guns in 'sensitive areas', including Times Square

The bill was introduced during a special session of the senate, and it comes after Supreme Court ruled that people with “proper cause” are eligible to carry concealed weapons in the United States…

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Ukraine accuses Russia of firing phosphorus bombs on Snake Island

The Russian defense ministry completely denied any accusations and described the move to leave Snake Island as “a gesture of goodwill” which shows that Russia will not be interfering with the…

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Peruvian firefighters contain forest fire near Machu Picchu after three days

According to official sources, the fire ended up destroying around 100 acres of land and the culture ministry believes that it was sparked by farmers who had been clearing land.

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New ‘iron curtain’ descending between Russia and West, says defence minister

Lavrov also said that Russia does not have any relations with the EU for a number of years since the annexation of Crimea and they do not have trust in both “Washington and Brussels”

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Russian missile strike in Odessa kills at least ten people, says Ukraine

The missile attacks continue amidst the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Ukrainian army’s Operational Command South said that the missile strike came from “strategic aircraft from the…

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Astronauts lose shocking amount of bone mass in space, study finds

Dr Steven Boyd, of Canada’s University of Calgary and director of the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health, also warned that the rate of bone mass loss can be a problematic for future…

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Türkiye can still block Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership, says Erdogan

At the end of the NATO Summit in Madrid, Erdogan made it clear that the 10-article agreement with both the countries was a victory for his country and any change in the terms can result in Türkiye…

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NASA looking to come up with tiny swimming robots to search for alien life

The Sensing with Independent Micro-Swimmers (SWIM) concept is extremely important for missions that can be too risky for even big machines and the size of the swarm makes it perfect for…

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Neeraj Chopra breaks national record, claims maiden medal at Diamond League

Neeraj Chopra broke the national record once again, but it was enough to clinch him the gold medal at the prestigious Diamond League meet in Stockholm on Thursday. However, with a throw of 89.94m…

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Louisville judge temporarily blocks Kentucky’s near-total abortion ban

The abortion clinics in Kentucky were not carrying out the processes after Roe v Wade was overturned but the judgement by Heather Gatnarek, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of…

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Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in, becomes first Black woman on US Supreme Court

Jackson joins the Supreme Court at the time when it is dominating headlines both overturning Roe vs Wade and ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cannot issue wide limitations on…

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Ancient alien life is likely buried deep under Mars’ surface: NASA study

According to the experiment, the Rovers will have to dig at least 6.6 feet or more under the surface of Mars to find any traces of life.

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Singer R Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison on sexual abuse charges

The 55-year-old was found guilty on all nine charges he faced, and the punishment was announced by Judge Ann Donnelly in the Brooklyn federal court.

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Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa calls Vladimir Putin, to visit UAE to seek fuel imports

Rajapaksa will be travelling to United Arab Emirates in the near future in order to discuss fuel imports and a possible understanding with Russia can be good news amidst the ongoing crisis.

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