Inde, États-Unis, Singapour, Argentine, Uruguay… Ces dernières semaines, de nombreux pays ont annoncé alléger leurs restrictions vis-à-vis des voyageurs étrangers, laissant présager un retour progressif au monde d’avant.
Appropriation culturelle de voix marginalisées en Asie du SudPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisCapture d’écran du clip Enjoy Enjaami de Dhee ft. Arivu via YouTube. Fair use. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages en anglais, ndt.] Le magazine de culture pop Rolling Stone India et la plateforme musicale Maajja ont … Continue reading “L’effacement des Dalits ou le raté de Rolling Stone India”
Caused by a combination of: A state that is waging war on coal affecting the supply of coal to power plants A big increase in electric consumption tied to a manufacturing rebound Price controls on electricity that discourage more capacity from being installed The perfect storm that created China’s worst power crunch grew out of … Continue reading “How China Set Itself Up for a Painful Energy Shortage”
A total of 11 resolutions adopted by the European Parliament this year in support of Taiwan is sincerely appreciated by the government and people, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oct. 14. One of the highlights, passed Oct. 7 on the state of EU cyber defense capabilities, calls on the region to strengthen … Continue reading “MOFA thanks EP for passing 11 resolutions in support of Taiwan”
Facebook had a very bad week last week. First, Frances Haugen, a former product manager at Facebook assigned to the Civic Integrity group, blew the whistle on her past employer, leaking a cache of internal company documents and testifying in front of Congress that the social media giant is knowingly and repeatedly “paying for its … Continue reading “Facebook’s global outage is the real supply chain threat”
With the 13th round of the India-China military talks failing, Indian and Chinese soldiers will have to suffer another freezing winter in the Himalayas.
Des milliers de documents internes épluchés par Reuters mettent au jour les pratiques anticoncurrentielles extrêmes du géant du e-commerce dans sa filiale indienne, allant de la pure copie de produits populaires au truquage des résultats de recherche sur sa plateforme.
‘… obesity may serve to spread serious COVID illness to lower age groups’ Originally published on Global VoicesCOVID-19 illustration by Svetlozar Hristov, used under Pixabay license. By late September some 50 per cent of the world’s population had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and over 6 billion doses had been administered. … Continue reading “COVID-19, vaccination and the progress of the global healthcare system”
La Cour internationale de justice (CIJ) a accordé hier à la Somalie la majeure partie d’une zone maritime de l’océan Indien, riche en poissons et en potentiels hydrocarbures, revendiquée par le Kenya. La CIJ, plus haute juridiction de l’ONU, a statué qu’il n’y avait «pas de frontière maritime convenue» et a tracé une nouvelle frontière … Continue reading “Corne de l’Afrique : La CIJ accorde à Mogadiscio la majeure partie de la zone maritime revendiquée par Nairobi”
While the native fruits of Nagaland are persimmon, chestnut, walnut, hazelnut, plums, avocado, pears, peach, lemon and guava, among others, if you happen to visit Noklak near Assam, you are bound to come across litchi, kiwi, orange and other plantations that are not specific to the region. These unique plantations do not exist by accident. … Continue reading “His 30-Yr Effort To Grow Non-Native Fruits Has Helped 1000s Earn More The Same Way”
Enough has been said about how the state of Kerala teems with jackfruit plants. But in this article, we dive into the story of one man who has planted about 20,000 of them, all alone. KR Jayan, famously known as ‘Plavu Jayan’, has studded his hometown Irinjalakuda in Kerala’s Thrissur district with over 44 varieties … Continue reading “Without Owning Land, Kerala Man Sets Up ‘Jackfruit Villages’ With 20,000 Trees”
Suganya Kandasamy, from Triplicane in Tamil Nadu, was only a child when her father discouraged her from pursuing higher education. “My father was a fisherman and had no financial means to fund my education. He also believed that women should not be highly educated. His words are still etched in my mind,” the 36-year-old tells … Continue reading “Using Rs 80000 of Her Savings, Woman Brings Education to Disabled Tamil Nadu Kids”
A common phrase says ‘curiosity killed the cat’, but in the case of brothers Rohan and Nitin Gupta, it did quite the opposite. Here, curiosity led to a life-changing development, which further snowballed into a premium e-waste company, Attero Recycling. In the year 2007, Nitin and Rohan were looking for an electronic waste (e-waste) recycler to … Continue reading “Brothers Extract Gold & Silver From E-Waste, Save 100000 Metric Tonnes Of Carbon”
London, April 24, 2021 (AltAfrica)-Importers of oxygen and covid vaccines into India will pay no import duties as part of plans to arrest the current covid crisis in the country Covid-19 patients outside a Covid ward at a hospital in New Delhi on Saturday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui/ Reeling under an acute medical oxygen … Continue reading “Covid Crisis: India waives customs duties on imported oxygen, Covid vaccines for 3 months”
Caretaker Health Minister Hugo de Jonge sees no reason for now to ban flights from India, as there the current EU-wide entry ban already prevents residents
Our party wants the best plan for India, a plan that can deal with the worst eventuality. We don’t want plans that are based on day dreams. Therefore, over the past month I have repeatedly recommended a staggered herd immunity approach, based on scientific and economic analysis. The first worst-case eventuality we need to address … Continue reading “Sweden’s COVID Approach Is Actual Science. Your Lockdowns Are Superstitious Sacrifice Rituals to Appease Magic Spirits”
Alors que la « pandémie » de coronavirus attire toute l’attention, la Nature nous invite à nous pencher ce mois-ci sur plusieurs phénomènes météorologiques extrêmes préoccupants. Un cocktail de fortes précipitations pluvieuses, d’inondations et de glissements de terrain, de froid et de chutes de neige hors saison, a causé une dévastation généralisée dans le monde … Continue reading “SOTT FOCUS: Résumé SOTT des changements terrestres – Mars 2020 – Conditions météorologiques extrêmes, révolte de la planète et boules de feu”
La presse internationale n’a pas manqué de saluer le rôle déterminant et précieux du Roi Mohammed VI et des citoyens marocains, sans oublier celui des forces de sécurité et des Forces Armées Royales qui se trouvent en première ligne de la mobilisation afin de limiter drastiquement tout déplacement à l’intérieur du Maroc pour affronter avec … Continue reading “Presse internationale, personnalités et chercheurs encensent le Roi du Maroc pour sa réaction déterminante face au Coronavirus”
No social distancing in Stockholm: Sweden has taken a “flexible” approach, but Prime Minister Stefan Löfven regrets that wasn’t good enough. It might have sounded exciting two days ago to propose the Swedish pathway as the ideal route for India to pursue to combat the coronavirus . But no longer so. When it comes to … Continue reading “Flawed coronavirus battle plan lands Sweden in big trouble. India’s blend of risk aversion and practicality is the right approach.”
Source : Le Figaro, Anne Cheyvialle L’Asie est de loin la zone la plus touchée, selon les données de l’OIT. Mais les inscriptions explosent aux États-Unis et le chômage partiel grimpe en Europe. Une crise inédite depuis l’après-guerre. Le constat s’impose à mesure que le virus se propage sur la planète. « L’impact du Covid-19 … Continue reading “Le Covid-19 provoque une envolée du chômage dans le monde”
Below are selected excerpts from Arundati Roy‘s article As an appalled world watched, India revealed herself in all her shame — her brutal, structural, social and economic inequality, her callous indifference to suffering. The lockdown worked like a chemical … The post Social Devastation and Despair. How Coronavirus Threatens India appeared first on Global Research.
President Trump is advocating the use of a malaria drug called hydroxychloroquine to treat the coronavirus. Scientifically there is no conclusive evidence that the treatment is effective and there are reported cases when it has harmed patients. Yet the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized emergency use of the medicine for severely ill coronavirus … Continue reading “Hungary is a hydroxychloroquine world power”
The news media business was shaky before the coronavirus started spreading across the country last month. Since then, the economic downturn that put nearly 17 million Americans out of work has led to pay cuts, layoffs and shutdowns at many news outlets, including weeklies like Seven Days in Burlington, Vt., and Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain. … Continue reading “Cosmic Justice: Thousands of Media Workers Responsible for Pushing the Info-Demic Are Losing Their Jobs”
In its guidelines issued on 31 March, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) advised medical facilities to administer antimalarial drug Hydroxychloroquine and antibacterial Azithromycin to confirmed patients of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Until then, the MoHFW said that Hydroxychloroquine should only be given as preventive treatment to healthcare workers and contacts of confirmed … Continue reading “Hydroxychloroquine the Answer to COVID-19? Ex-IISc Director & Malaria Expert Answers”
Even though the official lockdown period that India is under will officially end in a few days; with the number of positive COVID-19 cases increasing steadily across the country, state governments are urging the centre to extend it. In fact, a few states like Odisha and Punjab have already taken the step and informed residents … Continue reading “COVID-19 Containment Zone: 10 FAQs Answered on What’s Allowed and What’s Not”
“Hey, can I call you back? I need to speak to the family of a positive COVID-19 patient urgently,” says Sumiti Singh, with a hint of apology in her voice. The 34-year-old Ahmedabad resident has been flooded with phone calls ever since she fully recovered from COVID-19 after spending ten days in the hospital. Sumiti, … Continue reading “Struck Down by COVID-19, Entrepreneur Shares How Kindness Helped Her Come Through”
Our history is replete with stories of elaborate big game hunts, particularly of tigers and leopards, that were a favourite pastime of royal families in the Indian subcontinent. These events were often staged to showcase their royalty, power, wealth and, of course, machismo. Officers of the British government routinely hunted down these wild cats with … Continue reading “Guilt-Stricken On Killing a Tiger, Padma Shri Officer Went On To Change Their Destiny in India”
Despite the bans and fines, India’s 9.46 million tonne plastic problem cannot be solved just by regulations. Consumers too have make a contribution in terms of their plastic use. Single-use and non-recyclable plastic is still used in snack packets, soft drink bottles, wrappers and stationary etc. And a large consumer base of such plastic is … Continue reading “Over 10,000 Impacted: IIT-ian Will Make Your Kid a Plastic-Free Champ in 1.5 Hours”
New Delhi’s lockdown has stalled the spread of the pandemic but a lack of planning has led to hunger, uncertainty, and panic.
Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair Listen to Paul Street on this week’s edition of CounterPunch Radio. One of the reasons to have joined Refuse Fascism and other activists in the streets demanding the end of the lethal Trump-Pence regime for the last three years and three months was the danger that the demented president and … Continue reading “Orange King COVID”
Photograph Source: Kecko – CC BY 2.0 There are two types of ‘human being’ on the planet, but only one type can truly call itself human. The ‘human beings’ who cannot truly call themselves human include myself and all the others who are products and functions – not of the earth from which we originate … Continue reading “The Last Humans…Or Why ‘Revolutionaries’ Should Drop their Millenarianism and Support Survival International”
La vague de froid intense s’est poursuivie dans l’Himachal Pradesh le 8 avril. La région de Koksar a reçu de nouvelles chutes de neige dans ses hauteurs.
In late December of last year, the Chinese announced an epidemic in Wuhan. The autocratic Chinese government should have made that outbreak known at least three weeks earlier. Over here, the increasingly autocratic Trump dithered, misunderstood, failed to act, dismissed the threat as nothing, and let coronavirus win. This poor excuse for an official finally lets us know on … Continue reading “COVID-19 is Manufactured Chaos”
Cet article recence quelques brèves et infos sur l’évolution de la situation d’urgence liée au Covid-19, entre darwinisme social et entraide populaire…Vous pouvez nous aider à mettre cet article à jour en partageant vos brèves, infos, témoignages, sur les effets de la crise actuelle dans le monde. Jeudi 9 avril Allemagne La Rhénanie-Nord-Westphalie, le plus … Continue reading “Covid-19, darwinisme social et entraide populaire #2”
Welcome to the crisis which is not yet a catastrophe, to the pandemic which is not yet a plague, to the real which is not yet a desert. We are captive in a contest between clarity and confusion. The crisis strips the emperor of his clothes and reveals with sudden clarity the way the world … Continue reading “April Theses with 2020 Vision”
Photo: Pankaj Kok. “Come and see us,” she says. “We are all following orders. Sitting here, far from each other, wearing masks. I am grateful for these rations, but it will only feed my family for a few days. After that, I don’t know what we will do.” That’s Durga Devi, 55, speaking to us … Continue reading “Locking Down Craft: Handmade, Hung Out to Dry in India”
« Restez à la maison » ! L’injonction de l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) résonne désormais à travers le monde entier. Déclinée dans toutes les langues, elle s’impose comme le mot d’ordre planétaire de la gestion des populations pour lutter contre le Covid-19. Cette démarche top-down, basée sur des considérations principalement médicales, n’est pourtant pas sans conséquence … Continue reading “En Inde, les travailleurs migrants abandonnés à leur sort”
In India, the government measures taken against the spread of the Corona pandemic have, in fact, also slowed down violence against Christians. As people are in their homes, such incidences have decreased from about one a day to three per week. Nevertheless, …
With India on lockdown, hundreds of thousands of people are cleaning up trash, medical waste, and even sewage without any protective equipment.
A smartphone tracking firm helping Donald Trump clinch his 2020 presidential reelection recently told investors it’s identified a promising new profit opportunity: the global coronavirus pandemic. Phunware is part of a vast galaxy of obscure advertising technology companies that help clients follow and target their customers — to “capitalize on users’ daily digital trail,” as … Continue reading “Location-Tracking Firm Helping Trump Get Reelected Now Wants to Cash in on Coronavirus”
Apr 09, 2020 Picture: SINGAPORE, April 9, 2020 — Diageo, a global leader in beverage alcohol, has pledged to donate neutral spirit – a 96% strength ethyl alcohol used primarily in production of alcohol beverages, in support of efforts in Southeast Asia to tackle the challenge of COVID-19. Governments and communities in Southeast Asia, like … Continue reading “Diageo donates ethyl alcohol to help combat COVID-19 in Southeast Asia”
For Tahira, a resident of Kodungallur, a town in Kerala, depending on people for help or sitting at home was never an option. She was only 14 when her father passed away. Seeing no other way out, she discontinued her education and became the sole breadwinner of her family, taking up multiple daily wage jobs … Continue reading “Daily Wage Worker From Kerala Is The Hero Of Her Own Story. Quite Literally!”
Dhivya Loganathan is a 2015 batch IAS officer currently posted as Joint Secretary Forest, in the West Bengal cadre. Dhivya attempted the Civil Service Examination thrice and secured an All India Rank of 402. In a conversation with The Better India, she speaks about her motivation for joining the service and shares tips on preparation, … Continue reading “‘OK To Say You Don’t Know’: IAS Officer Shares How To Tackle UPSC Interview”
Confirmant la bonne dynamique constatée aux États-Unis, le nouveau service de streaming de l’empire Disney (disponible en France depuis le 7 avril) s’est très bien exporté en Europe et en Inde. Mais la pandémie de Covid-19 pose de nombreux défis.
Health care professionals across the globe are facing a serious scarcity of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). In fact, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has called upon industries and governments to scale manufacturing by at least 40 per cent to meet the increasing demand globally. Access to PPEs ensures that doctors are safe while treating COVID-19 … Continue reading “Innovators in 12 Cities Make Face Shields By Hand, Supply 540000+ to Health Workers”
The first two COVID-19 positive cases in Ladakh were reported on 7 March 2020. Both patients had recently returned from their pilgrimage in Iran, a country devastated by the epidemic. Instead of taking her scheduled night off that day, Tsering Yangzom Skurbuchan (35), a senior nurse at the Sonam Norboo Memorial Hospital in Leh, volunteered … Continue reading “Nurses, Doctors, IAS Officers: Meet the Heroes Helping Ladakh Brave the COVID-19 Storm”
“The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.” – Antonio Gramsci The Pandemic & Public Health Crisis On January 20th, 2020, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 infection took place in the United States. Since … Continue reading “The New Normal: Cascading and Multilayered Crises”
When future students of North-South relations look back to the history of the last 35 years or so, among the key figures they will most likely mark as one of the most decisive in shaping the course of events is one who did not owe his power to a position in government or business. Martin … Continue reading “Martin Khor: the Making of a Global Activist”
Despite the rising Coronavirus cases, traffic and civil police are still coming to work to ensure civilians don’t step out of their homes, and even if they do, they follow social distancing. But off late, the police personnel in Pune were reporting to their duty worried about the day to follow. With the COVID-19 positive … Continue reading “Farmer Helps Pune Police Cut Cost of Disinfection Tunnels From 5 Lakh to Rs 8,500”
With the country under a strict lockdown to combat the COVID-19 impact, lakhs of migrant labourers, daily wage earners and the homeless are going without food, or shelter, for days. In these difficult times, India is witnessing the inspiring work of many changemakers who are putting their own lives at stake, to provide food, ration, … Continue reading “#RiseAgainstCOVID19: Join IAS, IRS Officers to Help Lakhs of Daily Wagers, Labourers & More”