International

India Strengthen Relations Belarus!-President AG Lukashenko Visit India

3 months ago Ishan Chourey 0
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, on his two-day official visit to India, met with top Indian Political ranks, including President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Both the countries inked 10 important MoU’s to increase bilateral cooperation and mutual development in the field of oil and gas, education, sports, and trade. Prime Minister Modi and President Read More

Musharraf Declared Offender In Benazir Bhutto Assassination Case

4 months ago Urja 0
Pakistan’s special Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) declared former President, retired General, Pervez Musharraf, an offender in Benazir Bhutto murder case. Court has sentenced two former senior police officers to 17 years in jail, after a decade of her assassination. The court has also ordered to seize the property of declared absconder Musharraf. Five more have been Read More

Kenya Charges Violators On Plastic Ban

4 months ago Sancheeta Khora 0
PLASTIC BAN IN KENYA: A new law that has been passed in Kenya and that has been implemented from Monday of this week. The new law states that plastics bags shall be banned in the country. A fine of US $38,000 will be charged on those who will be found violating the law. A 4-year Read More

Tension Rises in Asia as North Korea Fires Missile Over Japan!

4 months ago Ishan Chourey 0
North Korea on Tuesday fired three ballistic missiles Hokkaido Island of Japan. Japan and South Korea react in fury by holding live firing drills. As it happened: On Tuesday, 6.06 am, local time, North Korea launched three short range ballistic missiles from Ponyang air base over the Hokkaido island, which ultimately the crashed in the sea Read More

North Korea Launches Short Range Ballistic Missiles Into Sea

4 months ago Mihir Kulkarni 0
North Korea has launched 3 short range ballistic missile into the sea off its east coast, South Korea and U.S. military said on Saturday. The firing came in less than one week after U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, praised it for showing ‘restraint’ in its weapons program. The two allies conducted annual joint military Read More

Crude Prices up by 3% hit by falling U.S$ and dropping U.S rig count

4 months ago Kamalika Some 0
Crude prices were up by 3% on Friday, hit by the falling dollar prices and rigs cut by the U.S drillers. This lead to the weekly gain of the global benchmark Brent crude and a flat run for the U.S. crude prices for the week. The U.S drillers cut crude oil for a consequently second week among the past Read More

Top US general reaffirms commitment to Japan amid North Korea tensions

4 months ago Mihir Kulkarni 0
Amid North Korea tensions, the top U.S. general repeated Washington’s “iron clad commitment” to the security of Japan, its closest Asian ally. He also told his counterpart that “an attack on one is an attack on both of us”. Recent missile developments and testings by North Korea have heightened the tensions between Pyongyang and Washington. Read More

Doklam standoff: UAE says it is paying attention on the standoff

4 months ago Simarjeet Kaur 0
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) said on Wednesday that any intensification of anxiety amid India and China on the Doklam standoff would be possibly very troublesome for the nations of the area. He urged both the countries should make an effort to cease the concern cordially. Anwar Gargash, minister of state for foreign affairs of Read More