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World War II

MCEME Secunderabad maintains a vintage Humber Super Snipe

The Super Snipe model was derived by combining the four-litre inline six-cylinder engineer from the larger Humber Pullman, with the chassis and body of the three litre Humber Snipe.

UK’s budget deficit highest since 1946

Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing — the official gauge of the difference between the government's spending and taxes — reached 303.1 billion pounds ($420 billion)

Auschwitz museum slams New Yorker Holocaust piece on Poland

The Auschwitz museum is located in southern Poland, which was under German occupation during the war.

Chuck Yeager, first pilot to break sound barrier

Yeager rocketed into history by breaking the sound barrier in the experimental Bell X-1 research aircraft in 1947, helping to pave the way for the US space program.

Biden’s win and Indo-US relations

He has promised to work with India in confronting challenges like climate change, global health and terrorism

Mustard Gas, a lethal weapon used in WW-I

The development and deployment of mustard gas remains a horrific example of cruelty in wartime.

China commemorates 75th anniversary of end of Pacific War

Although Japan formally surrendered aboard the USS Missouri on September 2, 1945, China marks the end of the war on September 3 when it first held nationwide celebrations.

75th anniversary of end of WWII is mostly virtual amid virus

Because of the threat of the virus, the ceremony was scaled down to about 50 people, with local veterans and government officials gathering on the USS Missouri in masks.

Philosophers must be our rulers

As the influence of money, muscle power in elections falls, the right kind of people -- philosophical kind -- will enter politics

Artwork in search of its owner

A stolen French painting goes on display at World Centre for Peace, Liberty and Human Rights

Australia announces record high budget deficit

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann delivered an update on Australia's economic and fiscal outlook in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, reports Xinhua news agency.

Russian President Vladimir Putin pens article about WWII

"Yes, the President has already written an article," Peskov told TASS News Agency on Sunday, adding that Putin will decide when it would be published.

WWII veteran ‘Captain Tom’ to be knighted      

Moore's efforts and humility propelled him to national fame, with a high-speed train named after him and Royal Air Force jets performing a flypast for his birthday on April 30.

Covid-19: French Open to refund all tickets

“The current health situation linked to Covid-19 and the extent of this pandemic are causing uncertainty for all events bringing together the public, all over the world,” the federation said in a message sent to all people who had bought tickets.

Germany marks Holocaust anniversary in shadow of virus

More than 50,000 people died at the Bergen-Belsen camp, including the diarist Anne Frank, whose accounts of the Holocaust have become a symbol of the suffering inflicted by the Nazis during World War II.

Putin postpones World War II victory parade due to virus

Speaking in televised remarks on Thursday, Putin said the festivities in Red Square would be held later this year.

Coronavirus pause could force global football to change

"In two or three years, it will not be possible to spend the sums we have been seeing because every country will be affected. In all likelihood a new footballing world will emerge from this."

UN chief says COVID-19 is worst crisis since World War II

“It is essential that developed countries immediately assist those less developed to bolster their health systems and their response capacity to stop transmission.”

PM Modi calls for Janata Curfew, urges people to stay indoors   

He called for 'Janta curfew' on March 22 from 7 am-9 pm, saying no citizen, barring those in essential services, should get out of house.

Piercing through peace

President Donald Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian plan heavily sides with Israel and all but crushes Palestinian aspirations

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