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Back from Ukraine: Bihar student can’t shake off trauma of war, uncertainty over degree adds to stress

A sixth-semester student at the Ternopil National Medical University, Rishav shared the plight of Indian students stranded in the war-torn country and the subsequent evacuation via Romania by the Indian Embassy.

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Back from Ukraine: Bihar student can’t shake off trauma of war, uncertainty over degree adds to stress

Most medical students stranded in Ukraine have finally returned to India and must have breathed a sigh of relief but the fear is far from going away. Rishav Ranjan Mishra, an Indian student who recently returned from Ukraine, has not been able to forget the trauma of being helpless in the alien land under bombardment by Russian forces.

“He is fine now but he experienced the horrifying situation in the flesh. Deep down, he is still in shock and will take time to process the incident,” said his sister Pallavi.

The 22-year-old Mishra is from Bihar’s Patna and moved to Ukraine to study medicine like thousands of other Indians. A sixth-semester student at the Ternopil National Medical University, Rishav shared the plight of Indian students stranded in the war-torn country and the subsequent evacuation via Romania by the Indian Embassy.

“When Russian troops attacked the country for the first time and tension started escalating, we decided to fly back to India as early as possible. We reached Romania safely and the people took good care of all stranded Indians, who were desperate to return home,” said Rishav. 

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He credited Bucharest Mayor Nicusor Dan with arranging food and shelter and not the Indian Embassy. However, the worst was yet to come. Complexities began when they reached the Romanian border and were not allowed to cross the border. Starving and cold, they stood in an ever-growing queue for more than 48 hours with their heavy luggage. 

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When asked about the efforts made by the Indian Embassy, Rishav said, “Indian Embassy who? They didn’t even arrange food and toilets for us. Many fell sick due to excessive cold and toil.”

“The Indian Embassy failed to take care of its people. I am only thankful for the free tickets to India that Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia gave us at the Romanian border on the third day. The Indian government asked us to stay strong. It’s easy to say but witnessing a war situation is not everyone’s cup of tea,” he added.

There’s not only one Rishav. Several other Rishavs are dealing with extreme fear and uncertainty as their careers are at stake. “My parents decided to send me to Ukraine for MBBS because there are not enough seats in government colleges in India and fees at private universities are exorbitant,” Rishav said. 

Hoping the Narendra Modi government will take relevant steps to save their careers, Rishav said, “I believe our government will help the students to get their transfers from the universities.”

Ukraine ranks fourth in the continent for having the largest number of graduate and post-graduate specialisations in the field of medicine. According to Ukraine’s Ministry of Education and Science, there are nearly 18,095 Indian students in the country and in 2020, 24 percent of its overseas students were from India. 

Rishav has not forgotten the war-torn home he has left: “We hope that tensions between Russia and Ukraine end soon.” 

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Indore girl shot dead in firing at Garba Pandal, killer not identified yet

It remained a challenge for the police to find out the killer and reason behind the firing at Garba pandal in Indore

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An 11-year-old girl, who had gone to see Garba celebrations with her mother on Tuesday night, was shot dead by an unidentified killer in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore district. The girl had died due to severe bullet injuries to her head.

The incident is from the Hiranagar police station area of Indore.

Mahi Santosh Shinde, a girl studying in class six, had gone to the nearby locality to enjoy Garba with her mother last night.

After firing at Garba pandal, the minor girl’s mother immediately reached home with the child. From home, the girl was brought to the nearest Barod hospital, from where she was referred to Rajshree Apollo Hospital where he was declared dead during treatment.

A sound was heard before the accident, but it was not known that the bullet had been fired, she also said.

In a video shared by Nai Duniya on Twitter, the minor girl’s father can be seen explaining about the last night’s firing incident in the neighbouring locality.

Talking to the reporters, her father Santosh Shinde said a sound was heard when her daughter was sitting next to her seat at the Garba pandal. When his wife checked out then she find a huge amount of blooding from her daughter’s head, he said.

Hiranagar police said that the body of the minor girl has been sent to MY Hospital for post-mortem. A bullet-shaped object is visible in her head in the CT scan of the girl’s head. The reality will be known only after the post-mortem report comes.

The investigation is underway to identify the killer, who has not been identified yet. However, it remained a challenge for the police to find out from where the bullet was fired and who fired it.

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VIRAL: UP girls fight each other for leaking nude photos | WATCH

Many people are seen present at the spot but none of them tries to intervene them.

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Videos of catfight are ubiquitous on the social media and reason behind them mostly is feud over their boyfriend. But in yet another video that went viral on social media, two girls are fighting as one of them alleges the other of leaking her nude photographs.

Where the video was shot and who these girls are, the details are yet to be ascertained, however, the comments pouring on the viral video has left the internet laughing.

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In the viral video, it can be seen that the two girls had already fought earlier and round two of the battle was about to begin.

When the man who is recording the video asks the girls the reason behind their fight, one of them levels allegations against the other of sending her nude photographs to some boy. To which the second girl, who is seen wearing a mask, can be heard denying the allegations.

The first girl is then heard saying that she even had a proof of the same but before she could establish how her nude pictures got leaked, the second bout begins. Out of anger, with her mobile phone in one hand, she slaps the masked girl with other and then start throwing punches at her.

Now, it is the turn of the second girl, who still was using her mobile phone with both hands, to fight. So, she hands over her mobile phone to some person and start punching and pulling hair of the other girl.

The two girls are then heard hurling abuses and doing character assasination of each other.

Many people are seen present at the spot but none of them tries to intervene them.

The video ends with both of them making a phone call, asserting that they will lodge complaints.

What happened next is not known but the twitter users made the best out of the situation as the comment section was full of banters.

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Nobel Prize 2022: The winners in Medicine, Physics and Chemistry

The Co-founders of the fact-checking news portal AltNews, Mohammed Zubair and Pratik Sinha, are among the contenders to win the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize.

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Everyone wants to become famous in the world for their extraordinary work. The Nobel Prize provides opportunities for the same. It is awarded in six categories-medicine, physics, chemistry, economics, literature and peace work.

The Nobel Prize 2022 is going to get more media coverage because two Indians are on the top list of the Nobel Peace Prize. According to TIME magazine, the Co-founders of the fact-checking news portal AltNews, Mohammed Zubair and Pratik Sinha, are among the favourites contenders to win the 2022 Peace Prize.

The Nobel Prize has been announced for the three categories-Medicine of physiology, Physics and Chemistry. A Swedish geneticist Svante Paobo won the Nobel Prize in medicine for his discoveries concerning the genomes of extinct hominins and human evolution. He has created a new field of ancient DNA studies and also identified populations at higher risk of disease. In 1999, he founded the Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany where he is still active.

The Nobel committee announced Nobel Prize in Physics for three scientists-Alain Aspect, John F Clauser and Anton Zeilinger. They all worked in the field of quantum technology.

According to the Nobel committee, the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science.

It said that the 2022 NobelPrize laureates in physics have conducted groundbreaking experiments using entangled quantum states, where two particles behave like a single unit even when they are separated. The results have cleared the way for new technology based upon quantum information.

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been shared by Carolyn R Bertozzi, Morten Medal and K. Barry Sharpless for the development of click chemistry and bioorthogonal chemistry.

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Barry Sharpless has just become the fifth individual to be awarded two Nobel Prizes. Earlier, he was awarded the chemistry prize in 2001. He follows in the footsteps of double Nobel Prize laureates John Bardeen, Marie Skłodowska Curie, Linus Pauling and Frederick Sanger.

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