Who is Margaret Keenan and why this 90-year-old British woman is grabbing eyeballs

LONDON: Margaret Keenan alias Maggie is a 90-year-old British grandmother who became the first patient in the world to receive the Pfizer coronavirus jab following its clinical approval as the National Health Service (NHS) launched its vaccine campaign on Tuesday. She is a retired jewellery assistant from Coventry and will be 91 next week. Margaret … Read more

After US, UK, Romania, new mysterious monoliths spotted in these two countries

After the United States, Romania and Britain, now monolith has been spotted in two different countries – Netherlands and Colombia. RTL Nieuws reported that the metallic column was spotted by a group of hikers in a nature reserve in a village in Oudehorne, Friesland. The monolith made up of steel was spotted by the hikers … Read more

Donald Trump says he is hopeful of continuing as US President

Washington: Days before the official certification of the November 3 US presidential elections in favour of his Democratic opponent Joe Biden, President Donald Trump claimed that he would continue to hold the position as he has won the elections. Trump has been making unsubstantiated claims about widespread voter fraud and electoral malpractice in the presidential … Read more

Some of those involved in killing of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh arrested: Report

DUBAI: Some of those involved in the assassination of Iran`s top nuclear scientist last month have been arrested, an adviser to the Iranian parliament speaker said on Tuesday, according to the semi-official news agency ISNA. Iran has blamed Israel for the November 27 killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was seen by Western intelligence services as … Read more

Opposition has created fear psychosis in the minds of farmers: Professor Ashok Gulati

In an interview with journalist Jyoti Malhotra at the Print, Professor Ashok Gulati, a well-known agricultural economist, busted the myths surrounding the farm laws that are being opposed by ‘farmers’ who are demanding the government to repeal them. Professor Gulati said pointed out that there has been a commuication gap between the government and the … Read more

AAP sits on dharna outside Kejriwal’s house, because he could not join farmers due to imaginary house arrest

As borders along Delhi remain sealed and the residents are held hostage to the ongoing farmers’ protests, similar on the lines of the Shaheen Bagh demonstrations that took place earlier this year, the Aam Aadmi Party has decided that this time around they would not repeat their past mistake and take the edge off Delhi’s … Read more

Indonesia: Highest Muslim body to provide Covid vaccine with halal certificate, expected to boost immunization process in the Muslim-majority country

The highest Muslim body in Indonesia is expected to issue a halal certificate for the experimental Coronavirus vaccine developed by China based Sinovac Biotech. The Indonesian Ulema Council Halal Product Guarantee Agency and Institute for the Assessment of Food, Drugs and Cosmetics has completed its study and a fatwa and halal certification is expected soon, … Read more

How Chinese Communist Party under Xi Jinping has fallen; details on China's brutal moves to retain power

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has remained in power in China ever since the Mao Zedong-led party founded the People’s Republic in 1949. Over this long period of time, it has refused to evolve and reform itself for fear of losing its grip over the power. The CCP, over the years, has remained ever steadfast … Read more

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