Mt Everest_ Death Toll Reaches 7 in a Week During Overcrowding Near Summit

Mt Everest: Death Toll Reaches 7 in a Week During Overcrowding Near Summit

Nepal has issued 381 licenses at $11,000 (£8,600) each for the spring climbing season at the world's most astounding pinnacle. Read more »
Hundreds of Climbers Trapped in Mt. Everest Climber Traffic Jam For Hours

Hundreds of Climbers Trapped in Mt. Everest Climber Traffic Jam For Hours

Just a couple of windows of good climate each May permit climbers the most obvious opportunity with regards to summiting Everest. Read more »
Colombian Farmers Change Cow Diets As An Effort to Save the Environment

Colombian Farmers Change Cow Diets As An Effort to Save the Environment

As a feature of the earth and environmental friendly task, cows are fed with high protein plants and flowers. Read more »
China Gets New Competition as Japan, India Eye on Colombo Port

China Gets New Competition as Japan, India Eye on Colombo Port

The three nations are set to sign a memorandum of understanding to work out the east holder terminal at the Port of Colombo. Read more »
Google Restricted Huawei’s Use of Android Services

Google Restricted Huawei’s Use of Android Services

US chipmakers including Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom are accounted for to have told their specialists they will quit providing to Huawei. Read more »
Israeli Firm Behind Whatsapp Spyware Faces Lawsuit

Israeli Firm Behind Whatsapp Spyware Faces Lawsuit

Technical examination showed the connection was a part of a system of the digitalized system including in excess of 600 suspicious domains used to draw focused on people to tap on connections... Read more »
Toronto Man Becomes First Canadian to Swim Across Two Islands in Lake Titicaca

Toronto Man Becomes First Canadian to Swim Across Two Islands in Lake Titicaca

One month from now, McGlashan plans to swim from the Italian island of Capri to Naples — a 36-kilometer swim. Read more »
Israeli Soldiers Shoot 16 Protestors At Gaza Frontier

Israeli Soldiers Shoot 16 Protestors At Gaza Frontier

Every year, ordinarily on 15 May, Palestinians mark the nakba, or calamity, when in excess of 700,000 individuals fled or were removed from towns and towns seven decades back. Read more »
Mexico Declares Emergency as Wildfire Smoke Chokes the Air

Mexico Declares Emergency as Wildfire Smoke Chokes the Air

Rising temperatures in Mexico have been connected to environmental change, as per the Climate Reality Project. Read more »
London to get World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Double Decker Buses

London to get World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Double Decker Buses

The transports will likewise include enhancements, for example, USB charging focuses, and guarantee a smoother, calmer ride. Read more »
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