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India approved its two coronavirus vaccines
It was a proud moment for India when two coronavirus vaccines, namely “Covaxin” from Bharat Biotech and “Covishield” from Oxford / AstraZeneca, were approved for emergency use. India then took another step and made headlines by crossing the billion doses. Now the latest updated vaccines have also been approved for use. These include “Corbevax” from Biological E of Hyderabad and “Novavax” from the Serum Institute of India, which will soon be administered in public.
Capture of the United States Capitol
Former Prez supporters besieged the U.S. Capitol following his defeat in the 2020 election.Photo from Wikimedia Commons
Supporters of former US President Donald Trump laid siege to the US Capitol after his loss to Joe Biden in the 2020 US presidential election. When the attack took place, a joint session of Congress was held inside the Capitol. to validate the election results. It was seen in the viral videos that rioters assaulted security officials, looted offices and vandalized the Capitol. In addition, five people died in the attack and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) called the siege on Capitol Hill an act of “domestic terrorism.”
A freighter stuck in the Suez Canal
A 400-meter-long freighter named “Ever Given” got stuck on its side.Photo from Wikimedia Commons
It was one of the most interesting events that took place in 2021. Well, a 400 meter long freighter named “Ever Given” ran aground due to high winds and got stuck sideways in the narrow Suez Canal. According to reports, the ship was stranded for nearly six days before being released. It was said that this incident resulted in a “traffic jam” of more than 400 ships at each end of the canal and that the blockage had a domino effect on international trade.
Twitter suspended actress Kangana Ranaut’s account
On May 4, Twitter permanently suspended Kangana Ranaut’s account for hateful posts about post-election violence in West Bengal. Following this, Ranaut used his Instagram account to talk about it.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has passed away
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has died at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, just weeks away from his 100th birthday.Photo from Wikimedia Commons
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has died at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, just weeks away from his 100th birthday. Buckingham Palace announced that the prince had died “peacefully”. It should be noted that Prince Philip was the oldest male member of the British royal family and the oldest royal wife in British history at the time of his death.
Indian government has created new ministry – Ministry of Cooperation
On July 6, 2021, the Indian government created a new ministry named Ministry of Cooperation to strengthen the cooperative movement in India. Union Minister Amit Shah has been appointed responsible for this ministry.
The B.1.617.2 variant has been named Delta
The delta variant was the most dominant strain of the coronavirus in the world and it even spread to 192 countries in October 2021. Photo from Wikimedia Commons
B.1.617.2, a potentially highly transmissible variant of SARS-CoV-2, has been renamed Delta by the World Health Organization (WHO) according to its Greek strain naming system. The Delta variant was seen to be the most dominant strain of the coronavirus in the world and it even spread to 192 countries in October 2021.
PV Sindhu of India won two Olympic medals
Indian player PV Sindhu won two Olympic medals at the Olympic Games in India, becoming the first female athlete and the second athlete after Sushil Kumar.
Kabul falls into Taliban hands
The Taliban captured the capital of Afghanistan hours after President Ashraf Ghani fled the country.Photo from Pixabay
The Taliban, who constantly sought to take control of Afghanistan, captured the capital hours after President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. Not only that, videos and images went viral in which we saw how the local Afghan people wanted to rescue. One of the visuals that caught the world’s attention showed helpless Afghans trying to grab onto the undercarriage of a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster as it took off, then some fell to dead.
Three Farm Bills were repealed after a year of protest
On November 19, 2021, in a televised address to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi apologized to farmers and announced the repeal of three Farm Bills. Due to the three Farm Bills, continuous protests have taken place on the borders of Delhi, Punjab and Haryana. Additionally, although there is no precise record of the number of farmers who died protesting these laws, the number was around 670.
India’s Chief of Defense Staff died in crash along with 12 other people
India’s CDS General Bipin Rawat and 12 others have died after an unfortunate incident of their helicopter crash.Photo from Pixabay
One of the most heartbreaking headlines of 2021 was the death of India’s Chief of Defense Staff, General Bipin Rawat, along with 12 others, including his wife Madhulika Rawat. The unfortunate event took place when the helicopter in which all these people were flying crashed near Coonoor, in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu.
Looking through the headlines of 2021, it’s obvious that there have been stories that have made us proud of the entrepreneurial spirit of the human race, and then there have been others, which have made us proud. makes fear the future, our future.
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