China Slaughtering Pets Of COVID Patients Under New Law

China is slaughtering pets of Covid-19 patients under draconian new law. As per officials, this is all about preventing virus infection. But, animal lovers in the country do not agree to it and consider it an “inhumane” rule. The idea was slammed by experts as there is lack of any such evidence that supports role of viral transmission by pets.

Indian Police Charge Amazon Executive Directors For Running Online Marijuana Smuggling Racket

The Indian Police has charged Amazon executive directors for running an online marijuana smuggling racket. Investigation found that around a tonne of ganja worth over Rs. 1.10 crores was in distribution via online shopping platform Amazon over the past four months.

This Is How Pentagon Will Punish US Troops For Refusing Vaccination

The US Army has threatened repercussions for soldiers who decline to receive Covid-19 vaccinations, saying that insubordinate troops will be barred from promotions, reenlistment, and a number of special military services.

Who Is Responsible For Causing White Froth Over Yamuna River? Does Sprinkling Water Help?

Chhath puja devotees have to stand waist-deep amid thick and toxic froth while offering their prayers every year. This thick white foam floats over the Yamuna river. This has become a normal event. People wonder what is the main cause of this white foam over Yamuna river? Why does it happen only at a specific time of the year?

Bill Gates Warns Of Smallpox Terror Attacks While Deadly Virus Samples Accidentally Found At...

Bill Gates has warned governments to prepare for smallpox terror attacks and future pandemics by investing billions into research and development. Bill Gates has raised alarms with critics by suggesting that billions of dollars be invested into a global pandemic task force running “germ games” to prepare for future outbreaks or biological attacks. Meanwhile, one of the most deadly Smallpox virus samples in the world has been accidentally found at a Merck vaccine facility while cleaning. The virus is considered so deadly that only two labs in the world are authorized to store samples of it, one in Russia and the other at the CDC in Atlanta.

Most Deadly Smallpox Virus Samples In The World Accidentally Found At Merck Vaccine Facility

One of the most deadly Smallpox virus samples in the world has been accidentally found at a Merck vaccine facility while cleaning. The virus is considered so deadly that only two labs in the world are authorized to store samples of it, one in Russia and the other at the CDC in Atlanta. Meanwhile, Bill Gates has warned governments to prepare for smallpox terror attacks and future pandemics by investing billions into a global pandemic task force running “germ games” to prepare for future outbreaks or biological attacks.

Stubble Burning Only 4% Of Delhi’s Air Pollution

A plea was filed by a 17 years old boy Aditya Dubey seeking measures to check harmful air pollution. The top court asked the Centre to impose a 2 days complete lockdown in Delhi in order to curb increasing levels of air pollution. A three-judge bench heard this plea and after detailed arguments, concluded that traffic, industries, and transport are also major causes of air pollution. It is not just about stubble burning which is only 4% of air pollution.

FDA Wants Until 2076 To Fully Release Pfizer Vaccine Data Says Lawsuit

The FDA asked a federal judge to make the public wait till 2076 to release Pfizer vaccine data. Yes, this is true,...

20 Studies Exposing Vaccine Mandate Is Not Based On Science

The following research papers and studies expose how Covid vaccine mandates are not backed by science and good public-health practice.

How China Is Evading US Spies

America’s spying operation in China is going to be harder under Xi Jinping according to sensitive US intelligence reports reviewed by former and current officials. As per the reports, a lack of intelligence on inner circle of Chinese President Xi Jinping has become frustrating for Biden administration officials as they are finding it hard to get an idea about the next step of Beijing.