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Keralites hijacked off Yemeni coast aboard UAE ship

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A Keralite from Kayamkulam is among two Keralites aboard the hijacked UAE ship. Akhil Reghu, 26, son of Reghu of Chirayilpadethathil, Avoor, Cheppad, is a deck cadet onboard the ship Rawabee.

Another Malayali, who works in the kitchen, also works on board the ship. But the company Liwa Marine has not revealed its identity.

Among two Keralites aboard the hijacked UAE ship

His brother, Rahul Reghu, is also working at the same shipping company in the UAE The last call Akhil made to his native place was at 11 pm on Sunday.

There was no information about him after that. “The company hasn’t yet revealed the identity of its employees. We are eagerly awaiting their response.”

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“The ship just started cruising, so I don’t know many details about Indians on board.

When he called me earlier, he said that four Indians were on board, including another Keralite. “However, I don’t know anything about the Keralite,” he told TNIE over the phone from the UAE.

“Our marriage was on August 20 and he left to the UAE by September and started cruising on October 10,” said Jithina, who is a native of Ramapuram, Keerikkad, Kayakmulam.

“He spoke to me at 11 pm on Sunday. He was online until 1 pm (IST) following which there was no information about him, she said.

As part of relocating a Saudi field hospital, the vessel transported supplies to Jazan, located south of the Saudi kingdom.

The shipment included ambulances, medical communication equipment, field kitchens, and laundry, as well as technical and security support equipment, according to a Saudi government spokesperson.

The UN has described the situation in Yemen. As one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises after a coup by the Houthis in 2014 sparked a bloody civil war.

Saudi Arabia is leading a coalition to restore the internationally recognized Government of Yemen.

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Coronavirus cases UAE today 2369, 1201 recovered and 4 deaths.

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Total active covid cases in UAE are nearby 56,651. Coronavirus cases UAE today 2369 Covid-19 cases, 1201 recovered and 4 deaths.

On Wednesday, January 26, 2022, the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention reported Coronavirus cases UAE today 2369, 1201 recovered, and 4 deaths. Total active covid points in UAE grown from 100 to nearby 59349. 20k extra new covid topics in the last five days.

Total active covid cases in UAE grown from 100 to nearby 59349. The number is growing, but death numbers are not like last year. Coronavirus cases UAE today 2369 Covid-19 cases, 1201 recovered and 4 deaths. 

The new cases came after 500,146 additional tests in UAE. The total number of covid cases in UAE on January 26 is 833,201. At the same time, full recoveries from covid cases stand at 771,624. The death toll now stands at 2,248 in UAE. Twenty-five new deaths due to covid in the last five days.

The new variant of Coronavirs and Omicron is found in more 40 countries. BA.2 is said to be more dangerous than Omicron. Many scientists already warn we have to remain alert with this new variant. It can be more contagious says many scientists worldwide. 

Vaccines companies has to look towards this variant as many scientists believe it can bevery dangerous variant. So once again question worldwide comes are ongoing vaccines good enough to fight against such family members of Omicron and other variants of Coronavirus. 

Life is becoming hell as this Coronavirus has taken time which no one ever thought about. In the 21st century, no one thought our medical experts worldwide would fall apart against one disease called Corona. We fought back, but this Corona and its variants have opened many eyes. 

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Images of Mars sent back by the UAE Hope probe

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Detailed images of Mars ice caps and clouds

Mars data released by the UAE’s Hope probe will provide a new look at the Red Planet’s key geographical features. Including Olympus Mons, the solar system’s largest volcano, and Valles Marineris. A canyon network that stretches 4,000 kilometers and reaches depths of up to 7 km.

A high-resolution camera aboard the Hope probe is also allowing scientists to create stunning images of Mars’ ice caps. Clouds Thanks to the eXploration imager instrument.

Hope will provide detailed images of Mars’ ice caps and clouds. Space enthusiasts believe the UAE’s information will help people around the world. To become more engaged with the topic of space travel.

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Using raw monochrome images, they are highlighting features such as Olympus Mons, ice caps, and clouds Images processed by the public can help scientists in their research.

As it gives multiple eyes and hands the ability to process the thousands of images a mission sends back. In this case, Stuart Atkinson from the UK has been processing images sent back by the Hope probe.

Among the new data are views of familiar features, like Olympus Mons and Valles Marineris. “It is great that Hope will be sending back new views of these features, as opposed to the images taken by the Indian and Chinese missions,” he explained.

Seeing Mars as a real place, not just a red star in the sky. Also helps people connect with the mission. “I enjoy the image of Mars taken by the eXploration imager because it helps me envision what I would see if I were as a future explorer approaching the planet in a spacecraft.

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EXPO 2020 Indian Pavilion to host function on Republic Day.

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Singer Shweta Subram is going to perform in the EXPO 2020 Indian Pavilion. Expo visitors will see the significant function in Indian Pavilion.

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73rd Republic Day kick started in EXPO 2020 Indian Pavilion. The flag ceremony done in the morning time at EXPO 2020. Diplomats and a few people were present in the morning for the ceremony. Function is organise at 9:30 pm at Indian Pavilion.

Dr. Aman Puri at EXPO 2020:

The consul general of India to Dubai, Dr. Aman Puri, hoisted the Indian tri-color at 7.30 am at Indian Pavilion. They were followed up by reading President Ram Nath Kovind’s message to the nation. 

In 1950 India got their laws after gaining independence in 1947. After 3 years of hard work, India got the most suited constitution, helping the nation run smoothly even after 75years.

India is the world’s biggest Democratic country bringing liberty, justice, and equality to all the people living in the nation. They believe that the world is one policy. Our brothers and sisters help everyone on earth stay with people in hard times. 

Today, India has made its name one of the most tolerant nations in the world. Peace comes first for India. The growth of India in the past few decades is impressive. Many top business tycoons today feel India is the biggest market in technology. 

Special performances by singer Shweta Subram will lighten up Indian Pavilion EXPO 2020. Performances of Shweta and Anupam Nair will start at 9:30pm. 

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