Sunday, June 16, 2024

Hana Muneer

Hana Muneer is an independent journalist from Kannur, Kerala.

Kerala: Nearly 2 lakh eligible students left out after Plus One second allotment

“I got A Plus for all my subjects, I do not know nor understand why I couldn’t secure a seat.”, says Diya, a student who passed out with flying colors. 

6 Palestinian prisoners escape high-security Israeli prison by digging tunnel

6 Palestinians freed themselves from the Gilboa prison, which is one among Isreali Occupation’s high-profile prisons, on Monday at dawn. Four of the six prisoners were serving life sentences.
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29 refugee athletes at Tokyo highlighting voice of displaced millions

The Refugee Olympic Team has returned with valour and zeal to compete in the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics this year. This marks their second time in the Olympics, after their debut being in the Summer Rio De Janeiro Olympics Games back in 2016. The Refugee team has almost tripled in size, jumping from having just 10 members in 2016 to 29 members participating in the ongoing Games in Japan.

Muna El Kurd’s convocation speech reflects stance of Palestinian youth that they “are here to stay”

23 year old Muna El Kurd has been at the forefront of the protests against Israel's forceful expulsion of Palestinian families in occupied East Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. Recently, in her graduation speech from Birzeit University, she stresses how education is a far-reaching “weapon” towards ending the “Nakba that hasn’t ended since 1948."
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33 years after PT Usha; MP Jabir from Kerala qualifies in 400m hurdles for Tokyo Olympics

MP Jabir would make history as the first indian male to participate in 400 meter hurdles at the Tokyo Olympics, held next month. Prior to this, PT Usha, the legendary athlete from Kerala, was the only Indian to compete in the same category for females at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984.