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A Nobel for Thunberg?

"There is a relationship between environmental damage and our increasing problem with pandemics and I wonder whether the Nobel Peace Prize Committee might want to highlight that," he told Reuters.

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg walks along the quayside to board an electric powered rib, before travelling to board the Malizia II IMOCA class sailing yacht off the coast of Plymouth, southwest England, on 14 August 2019.

Education at home: Do's and don'ts of e-learning

The digital form of learning is quite unique in multiple regards. The past few months have transformed the way students learn and grow. Today, we mark our presenceusing a digital app. We even raise ...

Student Lana sits learns for her studies on a balcony at a flat-sharing in Dortmund, western Germany, on 27 March, 2020, amid the pandemic of the new coronavirus COVID-19.

No Nobel Banquet in 2020 due to pandemic: Report

There will be no Nobel Banquet in Stockholm City Hall this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Swedish media reported

No Nobel Banquet in 2020 due to pandemic: Report

Sweden says 34 year mystery of Palme assassination is solved

A graphic designer at an insurance company was the man who shot dead Swedish prime minister Olof Palme in 1986, a prosecutor said on Wednesday, announcing that a case that has haunted Sweden for ...

Swedish Chief Prosecutor Krister Petersson speaks on Prime Minister Olof Palme murder investigation during a digital news conference in Stockholm, Sweden June 10, 2020.

Swedish high schools to re-open on 15 June

Swedish high schools will re-open for on-site education on 15 June after having been closed since mid-March to limit the novel coronavirus outbreak in the country, the prime minister said on Friday.

People enjoy the warm evening at Sundspromenaden as the sign reads "In Malmo everything is near. But now we need to keep a distance" in Malmo, Sweden, 26 May 2020.

Dogs can detect heat with 'infrared sensor'

Dogs have a type of infrared sensor in the tip of their nose which enables them to detect minute changes in temperature such as when other animals are nearby, according to new research

Cap: A dog in Los Angeles, California, US, 3 March 2020. Photo: Reuters

Bangladesh needs to keep up its progress, envoys say

Praising Bangladesh’s development in different socioeconomic sectors, three envoys of Nordic countries have said the country needs to keep up its progress.The envoys also said that the ease of doing ...

Bangladesh needs to keep up its progress, envoys say

Living near green spaces may delay menopause

Living near green spaces is linked to a number of benefits, including a lower risk of obesity. Now researchers have found that living in a greener neighbourhood is associated with older age at the ...

Living near green spaces may delay menopause

Western diplomats urge govt to respect voters’ rights

The head of missions stationed in Dhaka on Thursday hoped that all stakeholders in Bangladesh including the government, the election commission and the political parties would respect the citizens' ...

Western diplomats urge govt to respect voters’ rights

Greta Thunberg says climate demands 'completely ignored' at Davos

Teenage activist Greta Thunberg on Friday said activists' calls on the corporate and political elite at Davos to seriously fight climate change had been "completely ignored", but vowed not to be ...

Greta Thunberg says climate demands 'completely ignored' at Davos
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