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#ComicBytes: Some important fictional countries in Marvel comics

21 Dec 2020

Entertainment
#ComicBytes: Some important fictional countries in Marvel comics

Marvel Cinematic Universe always looks for opportunities to bombard New York with alien invasions in almost every movie.

2030 World Cup: Four South American nations submitting joint bid

15 Feb 2019

Sports
2030 World Cup: Four South American nations submitting joint bid

South American nations Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay are set to submit a joint bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup.

India appointed to UN Human Rights Council; gets most votes

13 Oct 2018

World
India appointed to UN Human Rights Council; gets most votes

On Friday, India secured its place in the UN Human Rights Council, receiving the maximum number of votes by the General Assembly among all the countries vying for the spot.

Millionaires now control half of the world's personal wealth

15 Jun 2018

Business
Millionaires now control half of the world's personal wealth

According to a new report by the Boston Consulting Group, half of the world's personal wealth now rests in the hands of millionaires and billionaires, up by 5% from their 45% share of personal wealth in 2016.

Trump will meet NATO allies in Europe in May

06 Feb 2017

World
Trump will meet NATO allies in Europe in May

President Donald Trump has agreed to meet leaders of America's NATO alliance in Europe in May.

NATO alliance rattled after Trump calls it obsolete

17 Jan 2017

World
NATO alliance rattled after Trump calls it obsolete

Germany's foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said US President-elect Donald Trump's comment that NATO is "obsolete" has caused "astonishment and agitation" within the alliance.

Russia: US tank and troop deployment in Poland a threat

14 Jan 2017

World
Russia: US tank and troop deployment in Poland a threat

Russia said the deployment of over 3,000 American troops and tanks in Poland represents a threat to its own national security.

New findings reveal 12 more athletes guilty of doping

22 Nov 2016

Sports
New findings reveal 12 more athletes guilty of doping

International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that 12 athletes have been disqualified from the 2012 London Olympics after failing a retroactive drugs test.

Aniruddha Rajput elected as member of UN International Law Commission

04 Nov 2016

World
Aniruddha Rajput elected as member of UN International Law Commission

India's Aniruddha Rajput was elected as the member of UN's top body of legal experts, the International Law Commission (ILC).