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The rape survivors facing an ‘impossible choice’ in Brazil

BBC News Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Covid and new rules have made access to legal terminations even more difficult for Brazilian women.
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COVID-19: Lock manufactures in Aligarh yet to overcome difficulties [Video]

COVID-19: Lock manufactures in Aligarh yet to overcome difficulties

Lock hardware business in Aligarh suffered setback due to lockdown. In the month of July, situation between India and Nepal further deepened their woes. While industries are gradually coming on track, Extant COVID crisis continues to diminish hopes. "Due to restrictions in some states it's difficult for our agents and they can't collect demands. Sellers think they won't be able to sell, so they're neither buying raw material nor supplying to us," said C Sharma, Tala Nagri Industrialist Association's Chairman.

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England Covid infections 'fall by 30% over lockdown'

There were an estimated 72,000 new cases of coronavirus a day in England between 13 and 24 November.
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PM Modi praises Brazil man 'Vishvanath' for promoting Geeta, Vedanta [Video]

PM Modi praises Brazil man 'Vishvanath' for promoting Geeta, Vedanta

While addressing the nation during 'Mann Ki Baat' on November 29, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "India's culture and scripture have always been a centre of attraction for the entire world. Some people came to India in search of them and stayed here for life. While some returned to their countries as cultural ambassadors of India." "I got to know about the work of Jonas Masetti, who is also known as 'Vishvanath'. Jonas gives lessons on Vedanta and Geeta in Brazil. He runs an organisation called 'Vishvavidya' which is located in hills of Petropolis about an hour's drive from Rio de Janeiro," PM Modi added. "After completing mechanical engineering, Jonas worked for his stock market company. Later, he was attracted towards Indian culture, especially towards Vedanta. He studied Vedanta in India and spent four years at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam in Coimbatore. I congratulate Jonas for his efforts," PM further stated.

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Chicken consumerism fuelling deforestation in Brazil [Video]

Chicken consumerism fuelling deforestation in Brazil

Eating chicken from some of our main supermarkets equals deforestation in Brazil. Chicken sold by Tesco, Asda and Lidl - and served up at McDonald's and Nando's - is reared on soya grown on what was wooded savannah - until fires conveniently transformed it into farmland. Report by Fullerg. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't take vaccine [Video]

Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't take vaccine

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday said he will not take a vaccine for the coronavirus, calling it his "right." Despite being infected with the virus in July, Bolsonaro has repeatedly played down the seriousness of the pandemic. Eve Johnson reports.

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