International Journal of Applied Research Invites Paper from Researchers

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News Desk:  International Journal of Applied Research (IJAR) invites scientific article (papers) from researchers for it upcoming issue (Volume 7, Issue 1). International Journal of Applied Research (IJAR) is a peer reviewed, immediately publish online upon acceptance, open access international multi-disciplinary journal. The journal covers all applied aspects of scientific research and accepts original research articles from researchers around the […]

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California relaxes Covid reopening rules for Disneyland, stadiums from April

News Desk: LOS ANGELES, March 6, 2021 (BSS/AFP) – California on Friday paved the way for Disneyland, other theme parks and outdoor stadiums to welcome guests sooner than expected as it relaxed reopening criteria following a sharp decline in Covid-19 cases and pressure from operators. The move announced by the state health department will permit ballparks, stadiums and mega-attractions including […]

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PM for resolving problems with neighbouring countries through discussion

News Desk: DHAKA, March 4, 2021 (BSS) – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said the problems between neighbouring countries should be resolved through discussions and negotiations. “There might have problems among the neighbouring countries. We believe that the problems should be resolved through discussions and negotiations,” PM’s Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim quoted the premier as saying. The PM said this […]

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Biden wasn’t calling Republicans ‘Neanderthals’: White House

News Desk: WASHINGTON, March 5, 2021 (BSS/AFP) – So it’s official: The US president does not think opposition Republicans belong to an extinct human species. They just behave like them. “Behavior of a Neanderthal,” Joe Biden’s press secretary, Jen Psaki said Thursday. “Just to be very clear: the behavior.” Psaki was circling back on Biden’s earlier bashing of Republican governors […]

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France, allies to push on with protest at IAEA over Iran’s activities

News Desk: France and its Western allies plan to lodge a protest with the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog to criticise Iran’s decision to curb cooperation with the agency, the French foreign minister said on Tuesday. Iran said last month it was scaling back cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, ending extra inspection and monitoring measures introduced by the 2015 […]

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Pele gets COVID vaccine, hails ‘unforgettable’ day

News Desk: Brazilian football great Pele, 80, received a COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, a moment he described as ‘unforgettable’ while urging people not to let down their guard against the deadly virus. ‘Today was an unforgettable day. I received the vaccine!’ the man considered one of the greatest footballers of all time wrote on his Instagram account. The message included […]

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