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Almost a thousand Indian and Chinese troops engage in fresh clashes along disputed border

December 15, 2022 -

Indian Minister of Defense Rajnath Singh confirmed that the clashes occurred in a recent address to lawmakers in the Indian Parliament. Singh noted that Friday's clash occurred in the Tawang district of the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. Chinese media outlets have also confirmed that the clash happened. (Related: China deploys KILLER ROBOTS to its contested border with India.)

The incident involved around 300 members of China's People's Liberation ...

REVISIONIST HISTORY: FDA now claims its crusade against ivermectin was just a “recommendation” against taking it

November 23, 2022 -

The FDA insists it only made a "recommendation" that people not take the generic antiparasitic drug, which was first approved by the FDA for human use back in 1996. (Related: Ivermectin is also considered by the World Health Organization [WHO] to be an "essential medicine".)

At a November 1 hearing, lawyers representing the FDA tried to pretend as though the FDA never restricted ivermectin while making it next to impossible to get. No, instead, the FDA just said "stop" ...

Scientists find dinosaur hatchery in India with more than 250 fossilized titanosaur eggs

January 25, 2023 -

The hatchery is located in the Lameta Formation, a geological formation in India's Narmada Valley that spans 620 miles from east to west. It covers three Indian states – Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra – and hosts numerous fossilized dinosaur eggs and skeletons dating from the late Cretaceous period.

According to the scientists, the hatchery had been composed of 92 nesting sites that once belonged to titanosaurs. This family of herbivorous dinosaurs were known ...

Expert warns of “weaponized weather” being used against US power grids

September 24, 2021 -

In a piece for All News Pipeline, Pry says enemies using severe weather to wage a "blackout war" can combine it with cyber-attacks, EMP attacks and sabotage. He adds that power outages caused by heavy storms have a ripple effect on key infrastructures such as communications, food and water supply, transportation and emergency medical services.

"Unlike 'blackout warfare,' hurricanes and other storms are familiar to the public and are understood to be acts of nature, ...

Scientists are now looking at orchids as a source of alternative remedies for asthma, malaria

October 25, 2018 -

The tested plants are the foxtail orchid (Rhynchostylis retusa), duan sui zhu jing lan (Tropidia curculigoides), and Nepal satyrium (Satyrium nepalense). They are native to the province and are also found in other regions.

The foxtail orchid is a very common, useful, and highly-regarded plant. Its roots are used to treat asthma, tuberculosis, and numerous other illnesses.

Duan sui zhu jing lan is the rarest of the trio. Locals boil its roots to create a decoction ...

Same ivermectin that US government doesn’t want Americans to receive is saving lives across India

September 17, 2021 -

With a population of 240 million people, which is about 75 percent of the total United States population, Uttar Pradesh has had only about 24 cases of the Chinese Virus and no deaths over the past several months. This is astounding compared to what is happening throughout the West.

Among India's 36 states, Uttar Pradesh boasts being dead last on the list of infected states. Once again, the reason for this is simple: ivermectin is not a dirty word there like it is in ...

Indian coronavirus victim’s relatives throw his body into river

June 07, 2021 -

According to a May 30 India Today report, police identified the men in the video as Sanjay Kumar and Manoj Kumar. Law enforcement have filed a case against the two perpetrators following the incident. The victim was identified only as Premnath, who hailed from the town of Shohratgarh in Uttar Pradesh's Siddharthnagar district.

The chief medical officer for Balrampur city said the victim was admitted to a hospital on May 25 after testing positive for COVID-19. He died three ...

Indian state with 240 million people completely eradicated covid with ivermectin

September 20, 2021 -

Uttar Pradesh, located in northern India, has officially declared that all 33 of its districts are now "covid-free" thanks to a benevolent effort by the leaders there to provide everyone with "horse dewormer."

The recovery rate for the Chinese Virus in Uttar Pradesh is a whopping 98.7 percent, which can be directly attributed to the large-scale prophylactic use of ivermectin.

According to the Western media and medical establishment, there is "no evidence" that ...

SURVEY: 30% of Indians believe that COVID is a MYTH

February 24, 2022 -

A poll conducted by YouGov in more than 20 countries worldwide revealed this finding. Thirty percent of respondents from India believed that the Wuhan coronavirus "is a myth created by some powerful forces, and the virus does not really exist." It also found that 41 percent of Indian participants are of the opinion that "the truth about the harmful effects of vaccines is being deliberately hidden from the public."

Thirty-two percent of respondents said they believe ...

Bodies of coronavirus victims in India discovered FLOATING along Ganges River

July 02, 2021 -

The monsoon season in India has begun, and with it comes seasonal flooding. This means that the currents in the 1,550-mile-long Ganges have picked up and dislodged many bodies buried in shallow sand graves along its banks.

Hindu families usually cremate the bodies of their deceased. But in April and May, at the height of the country's coronavirus crisis, many families in the country's north and east were forced to bury their loved ones in shallow graves along the Ganges....

Dr. Ryan Cole: Ivermectin proven effective against COVID despite what government agencies say

February 18, 2022 -

Cole said ivermectin is much more than just an anti-parasitic drug for animals. "It's a molecule and fascinatingly, it works against viruses, too. Not just [SARS-CoV-2], but a bunch of other viruses as well," he said.

"Four billion people on the planet have taken this medication since the 1980s. This medication won the Nobel Prize for the discoverer. It is on the world's safest and most essential drugs list. [Ivermectin] only [had] one or two deaths out of four billion, ...

Indian actor dies from coronavirus infection after criticizing the country’s hospital system

May 22, 2021 -

The 35-year-old gained popularity through his comedic videos that garnered tens of millions of views. A day before his death, Vohra wrote a final post on Facebook. His post, which also tagged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said: "I would have lived had I received better treatment."

Footage posted by Tiwari on May 10 showed Vohra with an oxygen mask on. He said in the video: "This is extremely valuable right now. Without it, patients get giddy and suffer." The vlogger ...

Coronavirus cremations in India suggest death count possibly 10 times higher

May 03, 2021 -

On April 24, India recorded 346,786 new COVID-19 cases – a new record high. Two days earlier on April 22, the Hindu-majority country recorded 314,835 new infections. Both figures surpassed the highest daily case count in the U.S. at 297,430 infections.

Meanwhile, the Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reported 2,074 fatalities on April 22. However, the number of cremations performed in different areas shows a clear discrepancy from that official count.

According ...

India faces water crisis as major tributaries are almost dried up

April 15, 2021 -

In Odisha state's Gajapati district, farmers and residents are facing a water crisis as the Mahendratanaya River dries up. Parts of the river – a major tributary river of the Vamsadhara River – have already completely dried up in the Indian summer this April, signaling a drinking water crisis for people living along its banks.

Farmers cultivating vegetables on thousands of hectares of farmlands in the towns of Gosani and Rayagada are now facing the brunt of the water shortage, ...

Mystery illness strikes town in India: Hundreds hospitalized and 1 dead

December 21, 2020 -

District surveillance officer Dolla Joshi Roy said that 200 people were already discharged by Monday out of the 455 people with the symptoms. However, a 45-year-old man with the symptoms died due to a heart attack. State Health Minister Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas said that all patients tested negative for the coronavirus and that they're still looking into the cause of the illness.

This comes as India's coronavirus caseload remains the second-highest in the world, with ...

Over 67K cattle die from lumpy skin disease virus, Indian government reveals

September 16, 2022 -

Footage of an aerial shot that showed several dead cows went viral on social media, stirring anger among netizens. Following the footage's spread, netizens accused the Rajasthan state government of doing nothing to protect cattle.

Federal Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Minster Parshottam Khodabhai Rupala confirmed the spread of the LSD virus in several states – including Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. He added that ...

Indian startup promotes cow dung logs for cremating coronavirus victims

October 18, 2021 -

Social initiative Project Arth – made up of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi students – is the group responsible for the endeavor. According to the group, India performs 8.2 million cremations using wood every year with 16.4 million trees being cut for fuel.  It aims to reduce deforestation through the use of sustainably produced cow dung logs.

Project Arth team leader Ayush Sultania told The Epoch Times that each cremation requires 660 to 880 pounds of wood depending ...

Indians share their stories amid the country’s second wave of coronavirus infections

May 12, 2021 -

Editor's note: The "second wave" is really the post-vaccine explosion in cases, caused by the vaccines as a depopulation weapon. India is the world's second most populist nation and is being targeted for sharp population reductions. While the fake news media blames the second wave on covid, the real cause is covid vaccines. There are at least 17 countries where "covid deaths" have spiked followed covid vaccines.

Indians from all walks of life have borne the brunt of the ...

Coronavirus update: India reports over 2,000 new deaths, total caseload now over 360,000

June 18, 2020 -

New Delhi saw record numbers, logging over 400 deaths to bring the capital city's total to more than 1,800. Other major cities recorded a surge in cases after the lockdown was eased late last month. Chennai, a major hotspot in the country's southern region, is enforcing a lockdown on June 19 following an increase in new cases.

Despite the rising figures, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that lockdowns will continue to be lifted in an effort to keep the economy afloat. ...

India’s coronavirus lockdown devolves into a catastrophe

March 31, 2020 -

Just last week, India's prime minister ordered all 1.3 billion people in the world's second most populous country to stay indoors in the largest and one of the most drastic actions undertaken anywhere to mitigate COVID-19 infections. However, with many businesses shutting down in cities all across the country, this lockdown has triggered an exodus of workers as they were suddenly left with neither food nor shelter. (Related: South Asia grapples with coronavirus outbreak: India ...

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