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  • People wearing face masks to protect themselves from covid-19. Everyday the number of Covid and Omicron cases are increasing rapidly all over the world. If we wear masks properly then only we can protect ourselves from coronavirus.

  • BJP supporters and students protest to reopen the school college in Covid pandemic situation. They blocked roads to demonstrate protest.Police took an action to stop them.The future of the students and young generation are in very bad condition due to the education system being closed in covid pandemic. But everything is open now. For example: gym, bar, shopping malls etc. Every student's parents are disappointed. They don't know how to get their children a proper education.

  • SFI supporters and students study in alternative classrooms in Covid pandemic situation. They study in the street without a roof or shelter. BGovernment closed school colleges due to covid and omicron cases increases.The teachers also agreed to teach them on the road. The future of the students and young generation are in very bad condition due to the education system being closed in covid pandemic. But everything is open now. For example: gym, bar, shopping malls etc. Every student's parents are disappointed. They don't know how to get their children a proper education.

  • Kolkata 73rd Republic Day celebration at red road, in Kolkata ,on Jan 26th 2022,Wed

  • On the occasion of Holocaust Memorial Day, this morning, January 27, 2022, President of Chamber of Deputies Roberti Fico and President of Senate Maria Elisabetta Alberti Casellati placed a wreath under the plaque commemorating round-up and deportation of Jews of Rome, which took place on October 16, 1943. Senator Liliana Segre, President of Jewish Community of Rome Ruth Dureghello and Chief Rabbi of Jewish Community of Rome Riccardo Di Segni also participated

  • Mexican journalists protest the murder of 3 reporters in the first month of the year, Margarito Martinez, an independent photographer, was murdered on January 17 outside his home, journalist Lourdes Maldonado was murdered on January 23 outside his home, journalist Jose Luis Gamboa was assassinated on January 15 in Veracruz.

  • Pakistani Customs officials burn to destroy smuggled goods (Cigarettes, Chew Tobacco, Betel Nuts, Fireworks and others things near Wagha Boarder on the eve of world customs day in Lahore. A Pile of confiscated drugs, cigarettes and others goods which were seized from different areas, during ceremony for launching awareness campaigns across the province, organized by Pakistan Customs held at Wagha Border in Lahore. (Photo by Rana Sajid Hussain / Pacific Press Agency)

  • India marks as its Republic Day every year, this year the country is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day. January 26, 1950 the Indian Constitution came into effect and India became a sovereign state, declaring it a republic. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar headed the Drafting Committee of the Constitution. Additionally, Constitution Day is celebrated in India on November 26 every year, as on November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India.

  • A blood donation camp organized by the Indian Red Cross Society Tehatta Sub-Div Branch & West Bengal Voluntary Blood Donors Forum in the occasion of 'National Youth Day' at Tehatta, West Bengal, India on 12/01/2022.

  • Pakistani people gathered to attend the funeral prayer of a killed local journalist Husnain Shah by Unidentified gunmen riding on a motorcycle shot outside the press club, in Lahore on January 25, 2022. Unidentified gunmen riding on a motorcycle shot and killed Husnain Shah in the city of Lahore on Monday before fleeing the scene, a police official and representatives of journalists said.

  • Heavy snowfall is hitting all Greece. Athens is facing big problems caused by the heavy " snowfall storm" which has started from morning and its expected to last till Tuesday.

  • Pakistani Police officer and journalists gather around the car of local journalist Husnain Shah at the site of shooting incident in Lahore. Unidentified gunmen riding on a motorcycle shot and killed Husnain Shah in the city of Lahore on Monday before fleeing the scene, a police official and representatives of journalists said.

  • Indian fishermen arriving from Karachi sit on a vehicle near Edhi center holding name cards for arrived Wagha border to enter in india, after their released as they were imprisoned for fishing in Pakistan territorial waters in Lahore. Pakistan on Sunday released 20 Indian fishermen who were imprisoned for unlawfully entering its territorial waters, the Interior Ministry said. The fishermen were released from a jail in the port city of Karachi and transported to the northeastern Lahore city, where they will be handed over to Indian authorities at the Wagha border on Monday, the ministry said in a statement.

  • Indian army performs full dress rehearsal before the Republic Day 2022.

  • The Historic Wandere Car at Netaji Subash Chandra Bose House in Kolkata.

  • Sit-in in Piazza Santi Apostoli in Rome organized by "CODAI-FREE AFRICA" association against sanctions imposed on the Republic of Mali by Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) following the decision of the authorities to extend the period of transition.

  • Also this year, before the Day of Remembrance which is celebrated on January 27, 18 new "stolpersteins", cubes with a brass plate, were installed along the streets of Rome, in front of the last homes of the victims of Nazi deportations, and bear the name of the deportee, age, date of deportation and, when known, the date of death or possible release. The project was conceived in Germany by the German artist Gunter Demnig in 1993. The project, for Rome, is curated by Adachiara Zevi

  • Anti abortion activists gathered in Washington D.C. and marched to the Supreme Court in hopes of the overturn of Roe V. Wade.

  • School, college are closed in West Bengal due to the number covid-19 cases increasing everyday.But every student, guardians, teachers are also saying for opening school, college. Because the future of the young generation has been affected due to covid pandemic situation.so everyone is praying to the government to open it again.Without education we can't progress forward.so a static protest was done in front of Calcutta university. The school students,college students,and parents are also joining the agitation.

  • Hindu devotees gathered to take holy dip in 'Sangam' on auspicious day "Sakat Chauth". On this day,Hindu devotees take dip in holy river ganga and after worshiping Lord Ganesha in the evening, the fast story is heard or read. According to religious beliefs, the fast of Sakat Chauth is considered incomplete without a fast story.

  • The rehearsals were going on for Republic Day Parade. This parade was done in Covid pandemic situation. Republic day in India is celebrated on January 26 every year. This year, the country will be celebrating its 73rd Republic Day Constitution of India was adopted in 1950 after attaining Independence on 15 August 1947.

  • A municipal worker fumigates a residential area to prevent the spread of dengue fever and other mosquito-borne diseases in Kolkata.

  • A health worker administers a booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine to a beneficiary in Fort Dispensary Primary Health Center.

  • Kolkata Human rights activists make solidarity with Jindal Pratirodh Bheetamati Suraksha Samity to resist against the state and corporate intervention on their land. Activists demand immediate release six activists from police jail and withdraw the police from Dhimka Odisha India.

  • Through a non-institutional citizen initiative, carried out through social networks, a march was called in memory of the prosecutor in front of the tower where he was found dead. Prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found shot in the head in the bathroom of his apartment in the Puerto Madero neighborhood on January 18, 2015. Seven years later, the case remains unsolved.

  • Executive Director of NGO Working Group on Women Peace and Security Kaavya Asoka speaks during Security Council stakeout with Foreign Minister of Norway Anniken Huitfeldt at UN Headquarters. They briefed reporters after the Security Council meeting on protecting participation: addressing violence targeting women in peace and security processes.

  • The Koley Market (or Nafar Babur Market) is one of the famous and crowded and largest vegetable market in Asia. The specialty of this market is that it is open for 365*24 hours. Also in this pandemic situation this market manage to maintain their strength as the Local train (the lifeline) remain open. thousands of farmers from north 24 parganas, south 24 parganas, Nadia, Howrah, Hooghly comes in this market to sell their vegetables to the wholesalers. However, during this pandemic very few spotted with mask and safety protocols. The opposite side of vegetable market, a large fish market filled with dirt and scales of fish. Most of the nearby furniture store and clothing store owners mentioned that these dirt also effects their business and…

  • Demonstration in Rome in front of headquarters of the Ministry of Education organized by students to request obligation to use personal protective equipment in the classroom (anti Covid-19 FFP2 masks) and other preventive anti-Covid-19 measures

  • Governor Kathy Hochul helps to fill community refrigerator and closet outside of Trinity Lower East Side Lutheran Parish with food for needy people. Because of COVID-19 pandemic lots of people lost their income and in need of basic supplies such as food. Members of the parish and volunteers fill daily refrigerator and closet outside of the church with basic food supplies for people to pick up for free. Governor was joined by Assembly member Harvey Epstein, NYS Senator Brad Hoylman, City Council member Carlina Rivera, City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams.

  • Hazel Dukes presents a check to GYO during Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Congressman Ritchie Torres visit of GYO and bringing COVID supplies at 214 E. 181st St., Bronx. Hazel Dukes who is NAACP NYS Conference President brought a check for $2,000 as donation from NAACP to Gambian Youth Organization to support victims of building fire. In front row Senator Gillibrand, President of GYO Salim Drammeh, Dukes, Congressman Torres.

  • Covid test was done in a hospital during the surge of covid omicron variant, children are also infected. India logged 2.58 lakh Covid-19 cases and 385 deaths in the last 24 hours according to the health report updated on Monday.

  • Residents of Antipolo City, Philippines took a free COVID-19 antigen test. Office of the Vice President Leni Robredo revives the Swab Cab, a free antigen testing as the country experiences a COVID-19 surge. Vice President Robredo's swabbing project was first launch on March 2021 which aims to conduct a mass testing in communities where COVID-19 transmission is very high. As of January 16, 2022, the Philippines logs 37,000 new infections of COVID-19 with total of 3,205,396.

  • The number of Covid and Omicron cases are increasing everyday. It reaches almost 1lakh new cases every day. But still most of the people are careless. They don't wear masks to protect themselves from Coronavirus and Omicron.Due to their negligence it is spreading rapidly.

  • Demonstration in Piazza San Giovanni in Rome against Covid-19 vaccine, against Green Pass and against vaccination obligation for people over 50 imposed by Italian government

  • A number of students and teachers at Jakarta schools were exposed to Corona, one of them was the suspected Covid-19 Omicron. As a result, the Provincial Government of the Special Capital Region of Jakarta has temporarily closed dozens of schools that carry out face-to-face learning (PTM) with a limited capacity of 100 percent for the time being. A number of schools have decided to change the method of learning from home.

  • Benja Apan released from the Central Women's Prison after being detained, she has not been granted bail for 99 days.Benja Apan, Thammasat University student and political activist has been released from the Central Women's Prison. After this afternoon (14 Jan. 65), the Southern Bangkok Criminal Court ordered bail in the case of Section 112 from reading a statement in front of the German Embassy. and the case of reading the statement in front of the Sino Thai building the court has a release date until May 22, 2022.

  • About 150 protesters gathered at NYPL on 5th Avenue and walked to the governor's office on 3rd Avenue demanding continuation of moratorium on housing eviction. Moratorium on eviction was started in March 2020 as a result as many people lost their income because of COVID-19 pandemic and were not able to pay their rent or mortgage. It is set to expire in New York State on January 15, 2022. New York State does not have money to help tenants and/or landlords and the situation for some people is very dire, they could become homeless. As some protesters blocked roadway on 3rd Avenue they were arrested by police.

  • Mayor Eric Adams arrives for press conference on expiration of eviction moratorium for city tenants at Collect Pond Park. Moratorium on eveiction was started in March 2020 as result of many people lost their income because of COVID-19 pandemic. It is set to expire in New York State on January 15, 2022. Mayor Adams joined other politician to call on federal treasure to release more moneys to help tenants and landlords. Mayor was joined by Tenant Outreach Director Jasmin Batista. Mayor was wearing facial mask with his signature slogan: Get Stuff Done (GSD).

  • Cold weather continues in Hyderabad city as the temperature recorded 16C today which decreases to 9C to 8C in late night. A gypsy family including children and women's sit the fire during the cold nights in the city at there ordinary home at Jamshoro road side, they have less warm clothes.

  • Pakistani citizens on their way at Band Road through thick blanket of fog in Lahore. Pakistani residents and commuters are more worried than surprised due to the layer of dense fog which is causing problems in respiration, visibility and has also hampered smooth flow of traffic, residents of Lahore woke up to a dense blanket of Fog on Thursday that reduced visibility for commuters and prompted several complaints of respiratory problems and mental anguish.

  • Today is the birth anniversary of the great preacher and philosopher, Swami Vivekananda. We must always remember the message of peace and brotherhood that Swami Ji stood for. It was celebrated in front of Swami Vivekananda"s house.People gathered at Swamiji"s residence to pay respect to him. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee pays tribute to Swami Vivekananda on 159th birth anniversary.

  • Rally against gun violence on the site of senseless killing of 19-years old woman during robbery at Burger King in East Harlem. Kristal Bayron-Nieves was shot during a hold-up while working an overnight shift. Activists and elected officials gathered on the site of this tragedy to make sure that their voice is heard and to prevent such a tragedy from happening again. They were joined by Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, Public Advocate Jumaane Williams. Aslo mayor Eric Adams and Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell attended.

  • Continuous rain interrupt Magh Mela preparation in "Tent city" Prayagraj. Magh Mela will be held over an area of over 661 acre land and due to rain, whole area covered with slippery mud at the Prayag or Triveni Sangam which represents the confluence of three rivers two of which, the Ganges and the Yamuna, have objective existence, and one, the Sarasvati is mythical. The festival is marked by a ritual dip in the waters, but it is also a celebration of community commerce with numerous fairs, education, religious discourses by saints, mass feedings of monks or the poor, and entertainment spectacle.

  • Thousands of New York City students staged a citywide walkout, protesting the lack of remote learning options, despite rapidly rising COVID cases.  They are calling on Mayor Eric Adams and the Department of Education to provide a better options and keep students and teachers safe.  (Photo by Michael Nigro)

  • Hundreds of immigrants from Afghanistan asked for their rights to be immediately dispatched to third countries. These immigrants staged a protest in front of the Bosowa Tower, Makassar, Indonesia which is the office of UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), January 11, 2022. The protest was carried out by unfurling banners and shouting in front of the office so that they could immediately get confirmation that they would depart to third countries and also get good health services from IOM (International Organization for Migration) and UNHCR

  • Due to a large number of health professionals being down with Covid, Bengal is all set to roll out booster doses for the healthcare, front line workers and the senior citizens with comorbidity from Monday. It was very essential in covid pandemic situation Both government and private hospitals will administer the booster dose on the eligible candidates from Monday while the urban primary health centers run by the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) in 144 wards will also administer the third shots.

  • Crowd inside Delhi's Sarojini Nagar market during the spread of covid omicron. Restrictions and protocols are not followed.

  • Scenes from covid care center at Delhi. Commonwealth village stadium was converted into covid care center amid the increasing number of covid cases.

  • With increases of contagions by omicron variant by covid 19, two paramedical of Cotugno hospital of Naples, waiting for the patient with suspected contagion by omicron variant.

  • Bronx Borough President Vanessa Gibson speaks at press conference by Congressman Ritchie Torres in front of the building where deadly fire caused by malfunctioned space heater claimed 17 lives including 8 children in the Bronx. Fire started in the bedroom of the 3rd floor apartment and when residents left their place with the door opened, smoke quickly spread all away to the 15th floor resulting in injuries and death. That apartment door wasn't functioning properly and did not close automatically after residents from the apartment where the fire started escaped. Many were injured and are being treated in local hospitals. All residents of the building were evacuated and received help from the Red Cross. Number of dead were revised after…