Articles By Tendar Tsering
After a wave of high profile sexual assaults including gang rape cases India this week came up with two solutions in a bid to put an end to the shameful sexual crimes throughout the country.
Experts in Berlin Wednesday defused an unexploded bomb that was dropped on Germany during the Second World War and had remained unearthed until now.
Heavy rains that caused floods in Argentina have taken away dozens of lives and forced thousands of people to evacuate from La Plata, capital city of Argentinean province Buenos Aires Wednesday.
Canadian Conservative Senator Pamela Wallin has resigned from the post of Chair of the Senate’s national security and defense committee according to the Senate communications office.
The number of foreign tourists travelling to India has sharply dropped down following the December rape case where a college going young Indian woman was raped in a moving public bus in its capital city.
A scientific data on causes of worldwide deaths revealed that 1.2 million people in China died of outdoor air pollution in 2010.
Foreign Minister John Baird’s visit to the United Arab Emirates might mean more than what we hear, but Canadians Tuesday got all the reasons to smile with end of visa dispute between the two countries.
13 boys at an Islamic school in Yangon were killed when a fire broke out at the school Tuesday. Government authorities said the fire was caused by faulty electrical equipment but Muslims suspect arson as the fatal incident happened after a wave of sectarian clashes in the country.
Canadians involved in an Algerian gas plant attack early this year were finally identified as two former high school friends both in early twenties.
Canadians in Morrisburg, Ontario are struggling against the invasion of their parks, golf courses, lawns and beaches as thousands of geese have arrived in the region this spring.