Category: World

  • What does Meghan Markle want for the birth of her second child?

    What does Meghan Markle want for the birth of her second child?

    British Princess Meghan Markle wants to give birth to her second child at home. According to reports, sources have claimed that Harry and Meghan are considering giving birth to their second child at home this time. Sources said that even at the time of Harry and Meghan Archie’s birth, they wanted their son to open […]

  • Serious Human Rights Violations are taking place in India and Pakistan, US report

    Serious Human Rights Violations are taking place in India and Pakistan, US report

    WASHINGTON: The US State Department’s annual report on human rights has identified illegal, extrajudicial killings and disappearances. Which is considered an important issue by both India and Pakistan. According to the report, the report covering the incidents that took place in 2020 highlighted 32 extrajudicial killings in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir in the first half […]

  • Rape survivor tied, paraded with accused in Madhya Pradesh village

    Rape survivor tied, paraded with accused in Madhya Pradesh village

    In a recent tragic incident of sexual violence against women in India, a 16-year-old girl who was raped in a village in the state of Madhya Pradesh was tied with ropes and paraded with a suspected assailant. A 21-year-old man allegedly raped a teenage girl on Sunday in the Ali Rajpur tribal district of Madhya […]

  • Human Rights Watch calls on Qatar to dismantle male guardianship

    Human Rights Watch calls on Qatar to dismantle male guardianship

    Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Qatar to repeal the male-dominated law that prevents women from making independent decisions regarding basic rights such as marriage, travel, and access to reproductive health care. According to a Reuters report, the New York-based HRW said that after taking initiatives for women’s rights, including education and social protection, […]

  • Myanmar Army Kills 90 Civilians in One Day

    Myanmar Army Kills 90 Civilians in One Day

    Protests continue in Myanmar against the military coup. At least 90 protesters were killed yesterday in a series of military crackdowns on protesters in various cities. Security forces continue to crackdown on protesters in Myanmar. Twelve countries, including the United States and Britain, have strongly condemned the crackdown in Myanmar. In this regard, the UN […]

  • Pentagon chief pays unannounced visit to Kabul, meets with Ashraf Ghani

    Pentagon chief pays unannounced visit to Kabul, meets with Ashraf Ghani

    US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani during an unexpected visit to Kabul. According to media reports, the US Secretary of Defense‚Äôs visit came at a time when the United States was one week away from the date of the agreement on the withdrawal of US troops. Lloyd Austin said […]

  • Pro-democracy protests in several Myanmar cities

    Pro-democracy protests in several Myanmar cities

    Pro-democracy protests continue in various cities in Myanmar, with hundreds of people, including medical staff, marching in Mandalay. Monywa police shelling and firing tear gas at protesters in the town, killing one person died. The number of protesters killed since February 1 has risen to more than 250. Meanwhile, the Myanmar community in Taiwan held […]