Author Archives: Jinsh Rayaroth

India Bought Controversial Pegasus From Israel Says NYT

The NSO group Pegasus aims at many people so far in different countries. Image source: Threatpost New York Times reported that the Indian intelligence Service bought a controversial high-grade cyberweapon – Pegasus from Israel. The newspaper also says the Indian government spent “dozens of millions of dollars” for it.  What is Pegasus? Pegasus is one of the…

Biden Gave Trudeau and Putin Same Sunglasses as Gifts

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden. Image courtesy: CP24 President Joe Biden gifted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the same pair of aviator sunglasses he presented to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Biden gifted the pair of aviator sunglasses during the Three Amigos North American Leaders’ Summit in November last year. A…

Truck Drivers to Protest in Ottawa Against Vaccine Mandate

Truckers are moving towards Ottawa to protest on the weekends. Image source: CBC Canadian truck drivers are moving towards the country’s capital—Ottawa, to protest against the government’s vaccine mandate policy.  Protests started when the truckers stopped being exempted from the vaccine mandate on January 15. As per this rule, all unvaccinated truckers should be in…

Recent Border Tragedy Indicates New Immigration Trend

Four people were found dead in blizzard near the U.S. – Manitoba border. Image source: The Globe and Mail. The recent tragical death of four people at a Canada – U.S. border indicates new immigration trends. Earlier officials found out the bodies of two adults, one teenager, and an infant only meters away from the…

Russia Prepping Pretext for Ukraine Invasion

Image source: Military Times The White House officials say that the U.S. intelligence has further identified Russian preparation to invade Ukraine. The officials also said Russia has already prepositioned some of the operatives in the region to carry out some “false-flag” operations. White House press secretary Jen Psaki also said that a massive disinformation campaign is going…

Djokovic Remains in Limbo Even After Included in the Australian Open

Image source: BBC. World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic is still uncertain about his future in the upcoming Australian Open tennis tournament. This is because the immigration minister of Australia is still considering deporting him. Earlier, he was denied a visa by the Australian government. But a court overturned that decision and allowed him…

Macron Warns Against Fake News Ahead of French Election

Image source: BBC French President Emmanuel Macron says people spreading fake news online should be held accountable and possibly brought to justice. He said it in a speech in Paris on Tuesday. The French election is supposed to be happen in April. Macron says the presence of fake news online is increasing every day. It…

What’s Happening in Canada with COVID-19?

Canada reports more than 25,000 daily Covid cases. But how reliable is that number? Experts say, “Not very.” The reason they show is that the tests are being conducted appropriately. Ontario alone reports 431 people admitted in Intensive Care Units. More than 2400 are in hospitals. A little less than 10,000 daily cases and 12…

Judge Says Djokovic Can Stay in Australia

After a judge ruled in favour of tennis player Novak Djokovic, he can now stay in Australia. He has returned to the court for the practice before the start of the Australian Open. But he is not out of the woods yet. The government is still threatening him to cancel his visa and deport him. So…

Former Theranos CEO Holmes Convicted of Fraud and Conspiracy

Elizabeth Holmes

The Surprise Verdict: Former CEO of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes (37), was convicted of duping investors into believing her startup company on Monday. Theranos earlier claimed that it had developed a device that could detect a multitude of diseases and conditions from a few drops of blood.  Many experts watching Silicon Valley talked about its hype culture to…

Jerusalem Post Hacked on Iranian General’s Killing Anniversary

What happened:  Hackers targetted a popular Israeli newspaper, Jerusalem Post, on the killing anniversary of a famous Iranian General, Qassem Soleimani. These unknown hackers have replaced the contents of the newspaper from the website with a threatening image. The threat is to a site associated with Israel’s undeclared nuclear programs. The image of a missile coming down…

Major Fire Ripped Through South Africa’s Parliament Complex

The historic building. Firefighters are battling a major blaze at South Africa’s national Parliament Complex. This 138-year-old historic building is situated in the southern city of Cape Town.  The fire started early morning on Sunday in a building that houses many offices. But eventually, it spread to the National Assembly building. This building has hosted…

A Louisiana Federal Judge Blocks COVID Vaccine Mandate

Image source: CNNA Many people consider this new development is a setback to the Biden administration. Louisiana federal judge has ruled that President Joe Biden cannot require a COVID vaccine mandate for the teachers in the ‘Head Start’ early education program. Head Start is a federally funded program designed to promote education for children under…

Nearly Thousand Homes Destroyed in Colorado

Three people were reported missing and feared dead. Image Source: CTV News After a wind-stoked wildfire in Colorado, almost a thousand structures and houses were destroyed. Three people are missing and possibly dead. The disaster caused evacuations of thousands of people. Officials initially said no one was missing or dead after the rare urban wildfire…

Iran Says It Has Launched a Rocket into Space with Research Devices

Iran claims that it has launched a rocket into space on Thursday with three research devices in it. The national TV reports that the country launched a satellite carrier rocket bearing three research devices attached. However, it is unclear whether any objects entered the earth’s orbit. Neither the state TV nor any semiofficial news agencies…

Canada Is Approaching New Year with Coronavirus Fear

Ever since the pandemic hit the world in early 2020, there have been restrictions around the globe to go out and celebrate different occasions. However, many people thought of a happy and peaceful new year without any coronavirus fear until last month. Unfortunately, as we approach the new year, the situation around the world is…

Record-Breaking Coronavirus Cases in U.K.

The United Kingdom reports record-breaking daily coronavirus infections with more than 100,000 daily cases. As a result, the daily average in the U.K. for last week becomes more than 96,000. That daily average is 102 percent more than the number two weeks ago. The data shows one in six residents in the U.K. has been…

Student Loan Payments Pause is Extended Through May 1

President Joe Biden is extending the pause on student loan payments through May 1 from January 31. As a result, tens of millions of people in the United States will now benefit from this. The Biden administration has already extended the student loan moratorium through January 31. But considering the poor financial status of millions…