PWTorch editor Wade Keller brings you post-show coverage following WWE Raw and Smackdown with a rotation of guest cohosts from the wrestling journalism and podcast field, plus live on-site correspondents from the arenas, live callers, and mailbag segments.
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WION (World Is One News) brings latest & breaking news from South Asia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and rest of the World in politics, business, economy, sports, lifestyle, science & technology with opinions & analysis.
A WION viewer Wairima shares her experience after she visited a region in Somalia called Gode, that has been badly affected by drought.
Fuel trucks entered Gaza on Monday as an Egypt-brokered truce between Israel and Islamic Jihad militants in the Palestinian enclave held.
The killing of Al-Qaeda leader Al-Zawahiri brings closure to families of the nearly 3,000 victims of the 2001 attacks but it has raised several questions. There are questions about the route the US drone used in the attack and the mystery behind the remains of Al-Zawahiri.
It has been a year since the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan. Since then the country has witnessed a lot of changes despite making humanitarian promises, the Taliban is sticking to its ways. Many sections of the people in Afghanistan, especially women are facing a range of restrictions some of them very oppressive.…
The local government of South China's island province of Hainan scrambles to contain Covid-19 clusters. Parts of Tibet began mass Covid-19 testing on Tuesday, including its Lhasa and Shigatse to fight a rare flare-up.
India won only 1 bronze medal in their first ever appearance at the Commonwealth Games in 1934. Rashid Anwar had won India's first medal that year, in wrestling. It has been an inspiring journey since then.
The oval ball or Rugby is struggling to find a place, particularly among women in Cameroon, who are now fighting prejudice.
English singer, songwriter, composer and Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has faced some flak online for calling Joe Biden a 'war criminal' of Ukraine and saying Taiwan is part of China.
The Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) has approved a proposal by the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) to increase monthly electricity charges by an average of 75 percent.
World Of Africa decodes the polls in East Africa's powerhouse and the impact of the election outcome.
Understanding the history, aspirants, challenges of Kenya's 2022 general elections.
Russia destroyed an ammunition depot which was storing US-made Himars missiles near the central Ukrainian city of Uman.
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Kenya has gone to polls to elect its next President. The frontrunners are Raila Odinga & William Samoei Ruto. The vote was held on Tuesday, the results will be out in a week. Why do these elections matter? Palki Sharma explains.
Former Pakistani PM Imran Khan claimed his close aide Shahbaz Gill was "abducted". The Pakistani government has come out and said that Gill has been arrested on charges of sedition. What really happened? Palki Sharma tells you.
India has been experiencing phenomenal growth in the telecom industry. It is the world’s second-largest telecommunications market with a subscriber base of 1.16 billion.
Kenyans are voting Tuesday in crucial elections as outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta prepares to hand over power to a new leader. The frontrunners for president are ex-Prime Minister Raila Odinga and current Deputy President William Ruto.
The Lahore zoo is planning to auction 12 lions to ease the facility's space constraints. Wildlife experts are concerned about the proposal to sell zoo lions to private collectors. Palki Sharma tells you how this auction sums up Pakistan's problematic approach to wildlife.
Here we bring you a quick round-up of all latest news, top headlines and international breakings from all across the globe, stay tuned with Gravitas for more!
Taiwan’s military began a live-fire artillery drill Tuesday simulating a defence of the island against an attack after days of massive Chinese military exercises.
The South Korean capital is battling rainfall like never before, at least 8 people have lost their lives, around 6 are missing in and around Seoul. The torrential rains knocked out power and left roads and subways submerged.
In Nepal, thousands of visitors have flocked the Mount Everest and today it is so overcrowded and full of trash that it has been called as world's highest garbage dump. Climbers on K2 and Everest are leaving behind mountains of trash.
Climate deniers are using social media to spread misinformation on climate change. Scientists have been urging citizens to see the Europe heat wave as a reminder of how fast our climate is changing. The experts claiming that this unusual weather phenomenon will become much more common than before but not everyone is convinced.…
While Climate change related events like drought, heat waves, wildfires have battered France, the salt farmers in the North-west region of Guerande have emerged as reluctant winner.
The Indian state of Bihar is witnessing another political divorce. CM Nitish Kumar has ended Janata Dal (United)'s alliance with BJP & joined hands with RJD. What explains the move? How has Nitish Kumar made a career by switching sides? Palki Sharma explains.
The US has announced a $1 billion military package for Ukraine. The latest package brings total US commitments to almost $10 billion. Reports claim only 30% of these weapons are making it to the front lines. What about the rest? Palki Sharma tells you.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken vowed to not dictate Africa's choices during a three-nation tour of the continent. Blinken's trip comes two weeks after Russia's foreign minister visited Africa. Palki Sharma decodes the new race for the continent.
Will cheap Chinese phones lose access to the Indian markets? India is said to be mulling curbs on Chinese smartphone markers. They could be curbed from selling phones cheaper than $150 (Rs 12,000). Palki Sharma tells you more.
Thousands in the United Kingdom have joined 'Don't Pay' campaign started by anonymous group. The group aims to get one million people to pledge to cancelling their direct debits in a bid to force energy companies to reduce monthly bills as the cost of living crisis continues to take a toll on millions.…
Taiwan's Foreign Minister Joseph Wu has made a big claim. Wu said Chinese drills around the island are a part of a game-plan to prepare for an invasion. Will China invade Taiwan? Palki Sharma tells you more.
Russia's Wagner Group has reportedly launched a 'recruitment drive'. It is recruiting mercenaries from Russian prisons. Billboards with the group's ads have been installed in Russian cities. What is the Wagner Group? How does it help Moscow? Palki Sharma reports.
India’s independence movement was a series of historic events and sacrifices by thousands of freedom fighters. Let’s take a look at some lesser-known freedom fighters of India
August 9: Int'l Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples Does Pope's apology to Indigenous peoples in Canada bring closure to the community? Will the Queen ever apologise for sexual abuse in Canadian schools? Watch Canada's Cultural Genocide: Are apologies enough?
A deadly fire that began at Cuba's main oil terminal, the Matanzas has now enveloped a third crude tank after it caught fire and collapsed at a fuel depot in Cuba.
U.S. officials have announced that the country would return to Cambodia 30 looted antiquities, including bronze and stone statues of Buddhist and Hindu deities carved more than 1,000 years ago.
India is often called the most prolific film-making nation in the world. Combining Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood and other regional film industries, thousands of films are made in dozens of languages every year. And, according to the Guinness World Records, India makes the most movies as compared to other countries. In 75 years of independence, t…
'Operation Smiling Buddha' was the assigned code name of India's first successful nuclear bomb test. The Ministry of External Affairs designated it as Pokhran-I.
Iranian authorities have launched a sweeping crackdown on its Baha'i community. The authorities have sealed off the village of Roshankouh, , where a large number of Baha’is live, and used heavy earthmoving equipment to demolish their homes.
Let us take a look at stories generating interest across WION's social media channels.
Freedom fighter and ardent Gandhian Pingali Venkayya was the first to sketch out India's national flag design in 1921. He was born on August 2, 1876.
The United States has announced a major new military aid package of $1 billion for Ukraine, including additional ammunition for long-range multiple-rocket systems being used by Kyiv to destroy Russian infrastructure in areas occupied by the Kremlin's forces.
An agreement to restore the 2015 Iran nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers could be near. European Union has now submitted a final text to salvage the high-stakes agreement in Iran's current nuclear program.
Kyiv and Moscow are accusing each other of shelling Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex on Friday. The attack on the power plant has raised an alarm globally as the battle for controlling the plant could trigger catastrophe.
The world's richest men are on a treasure hunt in the West Coast of Greenland. Molly Gambhir tells you what these billionaires are looking for.
North Korea is destroying the 'symbol of peace' between the two divided Koreas in Mount Kumgang. Molly Gambhir tells you why Pyongyang is turning the last sign of peace into ruins.
Former US president Donald Trump said that his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida was being "raided" by FBI agents in what he called an act of "prosecutorial misconduct." Molly Gambhir tells you more.
Here's celebrating a plethora of sporting icons and their achievements as they continue to inspire countrymen from all walks of life.
One year after ending the war in Afghanistan, the CIA speak less about counterterrorism and more about the political, economic and military threats posed by China. Molly Gambhir tells you all about this pivot by the US spy agency.
The FBI executed a search warrant at Former US President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida's Palm Beach. Trump has called the search an active prosecutorial misconduct.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Frank Peteani from PWTorch.com to review WWE Monday Night Raw with live calls and emails plus two on-site correspondents from Cleveland, Ohio. They open discussing the focus on the Women’s Tag Team Tournament. They move to discuss the standout Bobby Lashley vs. Ciampa match, Ciampa earning his TV time in the …