Current Affairs

Starbucks Stores Running Out of Oat Milk

After years of anticipation, Starbucks had announced in December that it would begin offering oat milk nationwide. With Spring’s arrival, Americans got two new dairy-free drinks that became instant hits. Unfortunately, with huge demand,...

Indian-American Frontline Workers Protest Outside U.S. Capitol

A group of Indian-American healthcare workers held a protest in front of the U.S. Capitol concerning the Green card backlog, urging the lawmakers and Biden’s administration to end the per capita country-specific quota. It...

Michelle Obama chosen for National Women’s Hall of Fame

Former first lady Michelle Obama and soccer star Mia Hamm have been decided for the National Women’s Hall of Fame as a component of a Class of 2021 declared Monday that likewise incorporates previous...

Joe Biden: The US will have Enough Vaccine for Adults by End of May

President Joe Biden stated that there will be enough coronavirus vaccines for every adult in the US by the end of May. He also announced that he would prioritize teachers in the vaccination plans,...

Muslim worries as France passes Anti-radicalism bill

France’s lower place of parliament is casting a ballot Tuesday on a bill that would reinforce government oversight of mosques and religious schools and crackdown on polygamy and constrained marriage, among different allots pointed...

Indonesian Landslide hits Fiercely; Destroyed Eight Houses

On Monday after an avalanche brought about by heavy rains at least four individuals have died on and 14 are missing also cleared away a few homes in Indonesia, authorities said with hundreds compelled...

BBC Broadcasting banned by China for violating reporting guidelines

In a clear counterstroke move, China has restricted BBC World News from broadcasting in the country for genuinely violating its rules for reporting, China’s TV and radio controller has announced. The move comes seven...

Measures to be taken to fight the breathtaking virus

How it will spread and its prevention The virus spreads when the droplets from sick person get into healthy persons eyes, nose and mouth. So to prevent from getting infected keep a distance of...
Whales killed in Denmark

800 whales killed in Denmark as part of traditional event

At least 800 whales and dolphins were killed in the Faroe Islands in Denmark as a part of an annual traditional event. The blue sea turns into a horrifying red color as hundreds of...

First ever photographed black hole named “Powehi”

The first ever photographed black hole has been named “Powehi”. The name which literally translates to ’embellished dark source of unending creation’ was designated by astronomers and renowned Hawaiian language professor Larry Kimua Powehi’s...