Israel, Gaza violence overshadows Biden’s domestic plansBy The Rising Nepal
President Joe Biden’s efforts to spotlight his big infrastructure plans are suddenly being overshadowed by the escalating violence between Israel and the Palestinians, the conflict sparking protests during his visit to a Ford electric vehicle center in Michigan on Tuesday as the White House faced growing pressure to intervene.
Cyclone Tauktae: Ninety missing at sea in the wake of stormBy BBC
The Indian navy said it had rescued 177 of the 270 people aboard and that efforts to find survivors were ongoing. Three other commercial barges carrying about 700 people are stranded at sea in the wake of cyclone Tauktae, which has battered India's western coast.
US reaches out to Arab leaders on Israel, Gaza fightingBy The Rising Nepal
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his envoy reached out to Palestinian and regional Arab leaders on Tuesday as attacks between Israel and Gaza’s Hamas rulers raged on, maintaining what the Biden administration is calling its quiet diplomacy while still declining to press for an immediate cease-fire.
China-Europe freight train trips surge in AprilBy The Rising Nepal
The number of China-Europe freight trains hit 1,218 in April, up 24 percent year on year, data from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) showed on Tuesday.
China-India cooperation needed to defeat COVID-19 pandemicBy The Rising Nepal
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said on April 30 that since April, China has exported 26,000 ventilators and oxygen generators, 15,000 monitors and nearly 3,800 tons of medicinal materials and medicines to India. Sun Weidong, Chinese ambassador to India, said on April 26 that China firmly supports India in fighting the epidemic, “We will encourage and guide Chinese companies to actively participate in cooperation and provide convenience for India to obtain all kinds of medical...
Australian businessman trapped in India dies from COVIDBy The Rising Nepal
An Australian man has died of Covid in Delhi, after getting infected around the time Australia banned citizens in India from returning home. Govind Kant, a Sydney businessman, died on Sunday, his company said.
India reports record day of virus deaths as cases level offBy The Rising Nepal
India’s total virus cases since the pandemic began swept past 25 million on Tuesday as the country registered more than 260,000 new cases and a record 4,329 fatalities in the past 24 hours.
At least 269 doctors have died in India's second Coronavirus waveBy The Rising Nepal
At least 269 doctors have died from Covid-19 during India's second wave of infections -- an average of 20-25 deaths per day, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) estimates.
Blinken hasn’t seen any evidence on AP Gaza building strikeBy The Rising Nepal
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday he has asked Israel for any evidence of Hamas operating in a Gaza building housing news bureaus that was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike over the weekend, but hasn’t seen any.
China's economy to provide guide for global data: BloombergBy The Rising Nepal
Combined with this month's report showing a continued export boom, such evidence of a more widespread rebound taking hold would point to China continuing to be one of the main driving forces for global growth this year, the report said.
China puts forward four-point proposal regarding Palestine-Israel conflictBy The Rising Nepal
Wang made the remarks when chairing the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) open debate on "The Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian Question" via video link.
Global Police Cooperation in Post-pandemic periodBy The Rising Nepal
The new risks and challenges related to the pandemic, especially the explosive growth of criminal cases involving the pandemic, urgently need more active and in-depth international security and law enforcement cooperation in order to achieve the economic and social recovery of various countries after the pandemic.
Debunking Western Lies: History and Present Situation of Real Chinese BorderlandsBy The Rising Nepal
Westerners tend to use their own historical, political and cultural experiences to judge what happened in China’s border areas.
India rolls out new local Covid drug after emergency approvalBy BBC
They also point out that D2 was originally developed and tested for treating cancer but has not been approved yet even after prolonged use.
Israeli warplanes stage more heavy strikes across Gaza CityBy The Rising Nepal
Israeli warplanes unleashed a new series of heavy airstrikes at several locations of Gaza City early Monday, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza’s Hamas rulers would rage on.
'World first' as Cambridge vet saves tiger's eyeBy BBC
Surgeon Dr David Williams, from the Queen's Veterinary School Hospital at the University of Cambridge, said after two months of careful monitoring, he was "delighted to be able to sign Ratna off" as fully healed.
Israeli strikes kill 42, topple buildings in Gaza CityBy The Rising Nepal
Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City flattened three buildings and killed at least 42 people Sunday, medics said, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fighting between Israel and Palestinians in Gaza would continue despite international efforts to broker a cease fire.
Love breaks all barriers: special education lights up lives of the disabledBy The Rising Nepal
"He was very clever but silent," He Li said. Teng's parents sensed something might be wrong as he was still unable to speak when he was two and a half years old.
Marxist View of State: Consciousness of Chinese Nation CommunityBy The Rising Nepal
In a word, General Secretary Xi Jinping’s idea of “building a strong sense of the Chinese nation community” is a creative development of the Marxist concept of state, a reinterpretation of the birth and development history of the Chinese nation, and a solid foundation for the future development of the People’s Republic of China.
Challenging Rules-based International Order: New Discourse of China Threat TheoryBy The Rising Nepal
Equality and respect, not confrontation, are the only keys for this conundrum. The U.S. should treat China’s rise rationally and go back to negotiation and dialogue as soon as possible.