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After violent protests countrywide Pakistan government decided to ban right religious party

4 mn read Pakistan Government Banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan(TLP) after its demand for exile of French Ambassador. To curb the extremism and militancy in the country, the Government has imposed a ban on TLP, a right wing religious political party. The discussion was made by the federal cabinet on the summary forwarded by the Punjab government. Punjab province is considered as a strong hub of TLP.

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Chief Minister of West Bengal of India, who eliminated the Communists, is a tigress or a wounded politician?

4 mn read Politics has always excited people of India and is a significant part of discussions everywhere. Over the course of notable history of India, many influential and impressive politicians guided the government of the country and set the benchmark for others. If we look back, political leaders Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (first prime minister of India), B.R Ambedkar, Indira Gandhi, Atal Behari Vajpayee, Dadabhai Naoroji, Zakir Hussain, P.V Narasimha Rao Sonia Gandhi, J. Jayalalithaa and many others served as an inspiration and left a legacy.

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“Second wave” of Covid-19 brought night curfew in India and is affecting people with particular jobs

3 mn read Indian administration has started getting stricter with rules and restrictions amid pandemic due to the rise in cases. According to the Aarogya Setu application launched by the administration itself, active cases that has been detected so far are 979,608 whereas recovered cases are 11,913,292. Although the recover rate is much higher, experts suggested to not take it lightly and the rapid cases should be considered.

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Exclusive: Is there a coup in Jordan? Middle East experts explain the inside story

6 mn read The Jordanian royal family said on April 4 it had foiled a plot against the kingdom involving a half-brother of King Abdullah II, arresting at least 16 suspects it accused of “sedition” and alleging foreign complicity. Talking with Amine Kammouriyeh, a Lebanese expert in the middle east, Eat News explores the real story behind this coup between Prince Hamzah and King Abdullah II to research the background and motives of this overthrowing.

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A story of a transgender in India : Asking for acceptance by the society

4 mn read “My name is Rani. It’s the name given by my people. I was named Hitesh by my parents before.“ Rani is a transgender and lives in Delhi. 38 years old rani begs for living. While talking about her daily routine, rani said, “We all live together, Jyoti, Durga Didi (Big sister), Shabnam. I wake up 6 am. After a cup of tea and getting all ready, me and my other members leave house and stops at every traffic light and ask for money. It’s not like we love this work, but this is what we are left to do.“

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China and the crisis of the Myanmar’s military coup

6 mn read In early February, military leaders in Myanmar, located on the southwestern border with China, led a military coup against the National League for Democracy government where it was headed by Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi. Ms. Suu Kyi, President Win Myint, and other senior government and party officials were arrested. In January, Army Chief Min Aung Hlaing sent signals alluding to the possibility of a military coup and the disruption of the constitution as it happened before in 1988, following what he considered “election fraud.”

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First Quad Summit: Focus on Chinese aggression on the Line of Actual Control, COVID-19, Climate Change, and Emerging Technologies

4 mn read First Quad summit held on 12 March 2021 and was attended by all four members virtually. The four leaders, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden, Japan Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison came together to discuss various collaborated areas and exchanged their views and opinions regarding the same including free and open Indo-pacific region, climate change, Covid 19 and maritime security.

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Myanmar military coup: It is like living in a war zone

3 mn read On Monday, in one of the deadliest days since the military coup began in Myanmar, at least 20 people were killed in the city of Yangon. The latest killings have taken the death toll to at least 130. “It is like living in a war zone, in which only one side has guns, and every day is more willing to use them against innocent protesters,” a spokesperson from human rights NGO Freedom of Expression Myanmar (FEM) told Eat News.