New Delhi (Sputnik): Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the creation of the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM-CARES), a public charitable trust, amid the coronavirus outbreak. He appealed for public donations in the wake of the pandemic.
The leader of the popular K-pop boy band EXO has finally made his solo debut, showing his warm and tender side.
New Delhi (Sputnik): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is known for his love of yoga. The world leader has been captured on camera on a number of occasions performing Yoga asana, mostly on Yoga Day. Tabled by Modi at the United Nations General Assembly in 2014, the day is a celebration of the ancient practice on 21 June every year.
New Delhi (Sputnik): The outbreak of COVID-19 positive cases in India has propelled Prime Minister Narendra Modi to announce a nationwide three-week lockdown in the country. While social media was abuzz with videos of food and workouts posted by many users including Bollywood stars, kids seem to be finding this limitation a little boring.
Compared with the rest of Europe, Sweden remains an outlier in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. The Scandinavian nation has been consistently avoiding lockdowns which several epidemiologists dismissed as “unreasonable” and ill-conceived.
A lesson for homeschooled nine-year-olds has been interrupted by the arrival of a naked man with an erect penis.
Memes bring people joy and educate them, but sometimes they even offer more than that - like showing the real drama that is raging behind the scenes. And in this case, memes about classical art and history have become a bone of contention between various creators.
The surveillance radar, capable of tracking tiny objects in low Earth orbit, took five years to complete and was said to cost $1.5 billion.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, concert halls and theatres around the world have gone dark, along with all live events postponed or canceled, as countries try to slow the spread of the disease.
In February, another rabbi and bible scholar claimed that the Torah predicted the COVID-19 outbreak. Using the Bible Code, Matityahu Glazerson extracted secret messages warning against eating impure food, a reference to the first cases of the virus that occurred in people who shopped at a Wuhan market selling bats, snakes, rats, and other animals.
You have no doubt heard about the mythical Loch Ness monster, dubbed Nessie, who is said to live in Scotland. Similar stories appear around the world: a “Bessie” in Lake Erie and a “Tessie” in Lake Tahoe – both in North America, as well as a “Bownessie” in England and a “Kussie” in Japan.
Talk about colonising the Moon has been going on a lot in recent years. NASA plans to launch a manned mission to the Earth’s satellite in 2024, while tech mogul Elon Musk has said that humanity needs to build a base on it. However, colonising the Moon poses several challenges. One of these is building settlements there.
Earlier this week, MMA fighter Valerie Loureda sparked criticism after publishing a video in which she trained on a street while wearing small shorts and a rash vest.
Billy Joe Saunders says he meant it as a joke, however, his instructions on how to let off steam while staying in with the family during the current health crisis were treated by some as okaying domestic abuse.
Neutron stars are exotic astronomical objects that are just bare stellar cores with no outer layers and thermonuclear reactions going on. When two neutron stars merge, they disturb space and time, sending gravitational waves throughout the universe.
Colin Furze, from Lincolnshire, appears to have foresightedly prepared for all the instabilities of the modern world, and his state-of-the-art steel home, albeit windowless, is fully equipped for any emergency.
Turkmenistan has one of the most interesting tourist attractions in the world, and it was discovered by Soviet engineers by accident.
The number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Scotland has risen to 1,245, with the death toll reaching 40 as of Sunday morning, according to a Scottish government report.
As the deadly coronavirus continues to spread, people have been taking precautionary measures, including self-isolation – a move that one can find hard to deal with, especially if one doesn’t know how to handle it.
With the epidemic still raging, and self-isolation recommended across the whole globe to curb its spread, a Kazakh citizen has opted to pull back the reins a bit to figure out a more sumptious way of celebrating his nuptials.