3 mn read India and China bond have seen quite a low graph in past few years. The Galwan valley incident ignited enmity spark between both the countries two years back and is still going on, quietly. As per the experts, while Russia and Ukraine are in war, west countries are focused on Russia’s each move, China can create trouble on LAC (Line of Actual Control) for Indian soldiers. But according to a recent information, India is already on alert and is staying careful at the border. Official says, China is not going to get a chance this time as India’s defense is on guard and attentive with any sort of untoward.
3 mn read Despite exerting a lot of pressure on China’s economy and facing criticism from citizens of China, the Chinese government is still pushing forward the zero-COVID program. At the moment, several cities in China are either under partial lockdowns or full lockdowns. Some cities have been placed under district-based controls as the Chinese government tries to control the spread of COVID-19 infections. On Monday, the government issued a work from home policy in Beijing. Therefore, most subway systems across the city remained empty. In addition, parks, roads, and apartment blocks were closed as per the zero-COVID policy.
4 mn read Afghanistan is under war from last 40 years. Taliban, globally recognized as a terrorist organization is now has come to the power and once again making lives difficult for each Afghan. In 1996, Taliban captured Afghanistan and tried creating dominance through violence and threats. But now, according to Taliban’s spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid, they are capable of forming a stable administration and is working on it. Meanwhile, the group is thirsting to be acknowledged in international politics, their actions are not speaking the same. Recently, the news of ban on education for girls outraged number of organizations and NGOs working across the world. Regressive mindset, partial behavior and fearful environment is pushing Afghan people to go back in 1996, when it all started.
9 mn read The Russian invasion of Ukraine, now ongoing for over 10 weeks, has caused deaths and injuries to Ukrainian and Russian soldiers and civilians and has also led to a global price spike. Being closest to the war zone, Eastern Europe has been most directly affected. In an exclusive interview with Eat News, Danilo Türk, former president of Slovenia from 2007 to 2012 and current president of Club de Madrid, the world’s largest forum of former heads of state, analyzes recent elections in Slovenia, Serbia, Hungary, and France.
3 mn read It is very unusual in the history of the country that many newly elected cabinet members are facing cases against them, which include money laundering, drugs cases and corruption cases. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is working on these cases.
4 mn read Indian Intelligence agencies arrested one of India’s most wanted terrorists in UAE. The accused is said to be involved in 1993 bomb blasts in Mumbai that killed 257 innocent people and injured 713, after 12 coordinated blasts on March 12, 1993. In a successful operation held by Indian agencies abroad, terrorist Abu Bakar involved in explosive and arms training in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, transporting RDX used in the serial blasts and planning, conspiracy at Dawood Ibrahim’s home in Dubai, according to the information.
3 mn read Recently Indian administration banned 16 YouTube channels for spreading false news. According to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, 16 YouTube channels and 1 Facebook account is on banned list. 6 YouTube channels are claimed to belong Pakistan. This is not the first time, central administration took this decision. Earlier, 22 YouTube channels and 3 twitter accounts were banned for the similar reason that collected viewership in millions. The present banned channels are said to have cumulative viewership of more than 680 million. In a brief statement, it is explained that due to spreading of fake news and passing wrong comments on international affairs was misleading people.
3 mn read Along with street and traffic lights, one can also have a sight of beggars on Indian streets. Indian administration recently came up with exact numbers of beggars around different states of India. Social Justice Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot stepped forward with figures in reply to Lok Sabha and disclosed that about 4 Lakh beggars are in India. According to the data, 4,13,670 beggars are living in India, out of which 2,21,673 are males and 1,91,1997 are females. Mentioned briefly, states like West Bengal, Assam and Manipur exceeds number of female beggars comparatively. And as per 2011 census, West Bengal tops the list followed by Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.