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J&K: Netizens awed by breathtaking images of World’s highest railway bridge on Chenab

J&K: Netizens awed by breathtaking images of World’s highest railway bridge on Chenab

The world’s highest railway bridge J&K – The Chenab bridge, an engineering marvel being constructed in J&K’s Reas on the Chenab river. The project aims to boost connectivity in J&K. Indian Railways shared stunning images of the bridge, leaving netizens mesmerised by the railway’s magnificient feat. The project began in 2002, is likely to get...

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Pakistan floods: Doctors warn of waterborne diseases

Pakistan floods: Doctors warn of waterborne diseases

Sky’s Stuart Ramsay reports from Pakistan where international aid has begun to arrive but hundreds of thousands of people are still in desperate need of shelter, food and clean water. Pakistan is in the midst of devastating floods, sweeping away entire villages, with more than 30 million affected.

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Pakistan Burns At 50°C: Can It Turn The Heat Down On Climate Change?

Pakistan Burns At 50°C: Can It Turn The Heat Down On Climate Change?

A brutal heatwave has hit Pakistan. With daily temperatures hitting 50 degrees Celsius in some parts of the country, the scorching heat wave has transformed several cities into hell on earth. It has destroyed crops and icesheets much faster than previously anticipated. Officials have also warned of acute water shortage and the country is now staring at a major food crisis. Pakistan is now ranked the 6th most vulnerable country on the planet and its Ministry of Climate Change estimates that climate change could cost the country anywhere from $7 billion to $10 billion a year in disaster response alone, never mind the massive losses in economic activities caused by intense heat.

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The Return Of The Airbus A380

The Return Of The Airbus A380

When the pandemic began to bite, the Airbus A380 was the first aircraft type to be grounded worldwide. Some took the decision to retire their fleets of superjumbos permanently, while others left the door open for some to return, even if it wasn’t the entirety of the fleet. For lovers of this double-decked giant, it was a sad and concerning moment. Would we ever get to fly on the A380 again? Of course, Emirates is so wedded to the type it ultimately had no choice but to keep it in service, but what if we weren’t transiting through Dubai? It seemed as if the A380’s days were numbered in other parts of the world.

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