News Topic:Italy

UB Group acknowledges Stefano De Togni as beacon of courage, conviction

With a number of patents and startups to his credit, Stefano De Togni is a leading entrepreneur from Verona, Italy.

Bizarre! Bear sentenced to death in Italy

It sounds very strange but a bear has been sentenced to death in Italy after it attacked a duo of hikers.

Italy registers lowest one-day death toll in six weeks

The coronavirus pandemic has claimed 26,644 lives in locked-down Italy, bringing the total number of infections, fatalities and recoveries to 197,675 as of Sunday, according to latest data released by the country's Civil Protection Department.

Italy’s death toll continues falling, lockdown to be lifted evenly

ROME — Italy's overall fight to contain the spread of the coronavirus continued to show results, with the number of deaths, intensive-care cases, and...

COVID-19: Italy reports 368 new deaths in 24 hours

Italy on Sunday reported 368 new deaths due to the novel Coronavirus as the country's death toll mounted to 1,809.

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Body of 22-year-old identified, found under suspicious circumstances in Pulwama

Authorities in Pulwama have identified the deceased found under mysterious circumstances in Palpora village of Pulwama as Junaid Ahmed Mir.
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Unidentified dead body found in Pulwama

An unidentified dead body of a male was found in Wasoora area of southern Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Thursday afternoon.

Woman hangs self to death in Srinagar

A 28-year-old woman allegedly ended her life by hanging herself at her residence in Mehjoor Nagar area of central Kashmir's Srinagar district on Thursday.

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PDP’s roadshow kicks off Lok Sabha campaign in J-K

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) launched its election campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir with a vibrant road show on Tuesday.

Jaundice outbreak in Pulwama village prompts official investigation

Concerns escalate in the village of Bellow Dergund, Rajpora area of Pulwama, as health officials investigate a surge in jaundice cases, particularly among children.