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24th May 2024 (11 Topics)
Improving Early Warnings for Cyclones

Tropical cyclones, also known as hurricanes, typhoons, or simply cyclones, have been predicted with great precision by national and regional weather agencies globally. However, the unprecedented warmi...

Rising debt strains household savings

The recent decline in household net financial savings to GDP ratio has sparked debate, with concerns raised about the implications of higher borrowing on household finances. Contrary to claims suggest...

ILO to Develop Framework for Workforce Protection in Care Economy

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) is set to convene discussions aimed at formulating a comprehensive framework to safeguard the global workforce in the care economy. This initiative responds...

Venezuela Becomes First Country to Lose All Glaciers

Venezuela has lost its final glacier in the Sierra Nevada de Mérida mountain range. This loss marks a significant event, making Venezuela likely the first country in modern times to lose all it...

WEF's Travel & Tourism Development Index 2024

India has climbed to the 39th spot in the World Economic Forum's Travel & Tourism Development Index 2024, marking a significant rise from its 2021 ranking of 54th. Key-findings: Topic 10 cou...

Project Udbhav

The Indian Army is preparing for future conflicts by drawing insights from ancient Indian texts like the Vedas, Puranas, and the Mahabharata. About Project Udbhav: Launched in: 2023 Project Udbha...

Brain-eating Amoeba (Naegleria fowleri)

A five-year-old girl in Malappuram district of Kerala lost her life as she was afflicted by amoebic meningoencephalitis, which is a rare brain infection. The brain infection was caused by a free-livin...

TERMS OF THE DAY

S.No. Term About 1.         Dopamine Dopamine is a chemical messenger and hormone that's released by nerve cells in the brain a...

A Visit to Preserve China’s Interests in Europe

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Europe, focusing on France, Serbia, and Hungary, aimed to safeguard China's strategic and economic interests amid rising geopolitical tensions and economi...

Marital Rape is Antithetical to Equality and Autonomy

The recent Madhya Pradesh High Court ruling on marital rape has reignited the debate over its criminalization in India, highlighting inconsistencies and contradictions within the legal framework regar...

How Gupta and Chola Empires Fell: Climate Catastrophe, Pandemic, Migration

The historical decline of major Asian empires, including the Gupta and Chola empires, underscores the profound impact of climate disasters, pandemics, and migration. These factors collectively contrib...

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