India has been engulfed in mass protests against the so-called Citizenship Amendment Act since December 2019. The law provides a path to Indian citizenship for illegal immigrants from some religious minorities, but not Muslims.
As of Tuesday, the COVID-19 outbreak has already left over 80,000 people infected worldwide, with the death toll of 2,699. Recovery rates are also on the rise, with 27,671 patients now having been discharged from hospitals around the globe.
Last year, Belgium’s Aalst carnival landed in the public spotlight after featuring figures of caricature Jews standing over bags of money. The scandal even prompted UNESCO to remove the festival from its list of heritage events, but this did not stop the carnival’s organisers from taking things even further this year.
Deontay Wilder had won 42 fights - 41 by knockout - before losing his WBC title to Britain’s Tyson Fury on Saturday night. On the night said he had “no excuses” but now he has changed his mind.
The robotic spacecraft landed on the Red Planet in November of 2018 after completing a journey of 300 million miles that lasted almost seven months. The mission could bring an understanding on how planets in the Solar System form and evolve.
New Delhi (Sputnik): Canadian supermodel Winnie Harlow was diagnosed with the skin condition vitiligo when she was four. However, this never stopped her from chasing her dreams of joining the glamour industry. Harlow, of Jamaican ancestry, has graced the catwalk for London Fashion Week and for brands like Victoria’s Secret.
New Delhi (Sputnik): The 5G trials in India, which were scheduled for January this year have advertently been delayed due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Despite the lack of 5G infrastructure, India has welcomed 5G enabled smartphones to the country.
Another whirlwind of yet uncorroborated Moscow meddling allegations has engulfed the US media, notwithstanding insiders’ accounts that a chewed-over routine intel briefing didn’t actually name Russia, or at the very least, was not solely about the country, bur rather multiple foreign players.