Thai-Cave-Rescue_truecolumn International 

Thai Cave Rescue: 8 boys rescued, 4 boys with the coach are still trapped

Rescue workers is all set for the third round of operation to save the remaining boys with their soccer team coach fighting against the time and monsoon weather. Earlier, 4 boys were carried out from the cave on the second round of rescue operation bringing the total to eight boys after two successive operations. According to the rescue team, they have learned from the past experience and were two hours in advance for bringing the second round of rescue operation as the risks of monsoon and heavy rains is still…

Read More
twitter_truecolumn International Technology 

Twitter suspending more than 10 lakh fake accounts per day, famous celebrities lose followers

With the efforts to stop the issue of fake news and flow of misinformation, social media giant Twitter is suspending more than 10 lakh fake accounts per day and the crackdown results in the decline of the followers of famous celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Narendra Modi, Virat Kohli and Deepika Padukone. The twitter’s move to curb the fake accounts made US President tweeted to ask few questions. He said, “Twitter is getting rid of fake accounts at a record pace. Will that include the falling New York Times and propaganda…

Read More
Thai-Cave-Rescue-truecolumn International 

Elon Musk built a ‘kid-sized submarine’ for rescue of Thailand soccer team

Tesla and Space X CEO, Elon Musk built a Kid-sized submarine using the liquid oxygen for the trapped Thailand boy soccer team and shared its photos and videos on social media. The rescue team includes former Thai military officials, various thinkers and engineers who would lead the boys through the cave passage which is completely submerged. The video shared by Elon Musk on twitter clearly showed that the testing of the kid sized submarine underwater in a swimming pool in Los Angeles. Elon said that he is consulting the cave…

Read More
Parker-solar-probe_truecolumn International Technology 

NASA is ready to touch the sun with Parker Solar probe spacecraft

NASA is all set to launch a ‘cutting edge heat shield’ known as Parker Solar Probe with an aim to get closer to the sun than any human-made object has ever gone. The heat shields also called as the Parker Space Probe or Thermal Protection System was installed in aircraft on June 27 as per the statement released on Thursday. According to NASA, the Parker Space Probe was named after living astrophysicist Eugene Parker and this is the first time when NASA named a spacecraft after a living person. It…

Read More
Tutlepec-blast_truecolumn International 

24 dead, 49 injured due to fireworks explosion near Mexico City

A series of explosion burst one after the other in Mexico City due to fireworks workshops killed 2 person with 49 other injured on Thursday. The dead include the 4 firefighters and 2 police officers involved in the rescue work after the first explosion. The incident took place in Tutlepec city of Mexico city with the consecutive blasts. The first explosion took place at 9.40 am followed by which the responders and local resident rushed to the spot for the rescue work but unfortunately at 10 am, three more powerful…

Read More
najibrazak-truecolumn International 

Former Malaysian PM Najib Razak charged with abuse of power, criminal breach of trust

In a recent investigation held by the ruling government in Malaysia, former PM Najib Razak was held guilty with abuse of power and criminal breach of trust on Wednesday as more than billions of dollars were found missing from the state fund. After he was held guilty, former Malaysian PM was stunned as he served the country for almost a decade. He was faced by the reporters outside the courtroom after releasing on a bail of 1 million-ringgit and former PM said that he believed in his innocence. He said,…

Read More
hubert-treucolumn International 

Inventor of Vacuum cleaner, Hubert Cecil Booth remembered by Google Doodle on 147th birthday

Unlike the past, cleaning your house or office place have become almost an easy task and it takes few minutes to get a shiny floor but have you ever thought when it was all started when a machine replaces man for cleaning chores. The inspiration comes back in 1901 when Hubert Cecil Booth was attending a demonstration of American machines that was cleaning the dirt by blowing air thus making it a messy affair instead. Despite of going with the flow, he thought of something that would suck up the…

Read More
usprotest-truecolumn International 

About 600 people arrested while protesting against Trump’s Immigration Policy

About 600 people coming from 47 states by all possible routes of planes, buses and cars gathered inside a senate office building in DC protesting against the President Donald Trump’s Immigration policy and its cruel consequences on the migrant families after which they were arrested. The majority of the protester includes the white women chanting loudly against the Trump’s administration policy. Thus, it gives a glimpse on what will happen on Saturday when several rallies were planned from coast to coast. The protest was organised basically by two liberal groups,…

Read More
UStariff-truecolumn International 

In Tit-for-Tat, India hikes import duties on 29 goods including American apples

Continuing with the ongoing tariff war between US and India, India hit back on US by raising import duties on 29 products including agricultural products like American Apples and Industrial products like iron and steel. The higher tariff would come into effect from August 4. On Wednesday, Indian Government notified that it would increase the import duties on American apples, walnuts, chickpeas, lentils and industrial inputs like iron and steel products which will come into action after august 4 thus leaving space for the further discussion between US and India…

Read More
WHO-truecolumn International 

A historic move by WHO, ‘stop classifying transgender people as mentally ill’

A historic move was taken by the WHO on Monday in the favour of transgender announcing that they no longer should be classify gender dysphoria as mental illness. Lale Say, MD, coordinator of the Department of Reproductive Health and Research of the WHO said, “We had better understanding that this wasn’t actually a mental health condition. And that was causing stigma”. The move came as the result of the changes made in the international guidelines of the classification of Disease and other health conditions. In the new International Classification of…

Read More