The international coal prices have risen due to the supply and demand imbalance. India which is the world’s second-largest importer of coal, might see a power outage in the coming days due to a deficiency of coal. Continue reading Globalised coal crisis: The supply and demand imbalance
The US has one of the most lenient controls over gun laws in the world. A country with the most civilian gun ownership has witnessed mass shootings and homicide for ages. Continue reading Current state of ‘gun laws’ in United States
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has announced his political retirement amidst reports of his daughter Sara Duterte-Carpio to run for President in the 2022 elections. Continue reading Philippine’s President Rodrigo Duterte announces retirement from politics
The lives of Afghan women have gone from bad to worse – the Taliban said that they would follow the Sharia law and allow women to study, work, and live with dignity. They quoted that they are committed to women’s rights. Continue reading The world has left Afghanistan to begin a new day, but the Taliban has broken all its promises
India has played a crucial role not just in the world but in the US-China relation. India shares deep ties with the US and it is one of the largest importers of military equipment from the US, behind Russia.
Chandni Chowk is known for its history and 400-year legacy since the Mughal era. The redevelopment of Chandni Chowk was due for ages. Continue reading Delhi’s CM, Arvind Kejriwal, inaugurates redeveloped Chandni Chowk
In the latest turn of events, 300 women march in support of the Taliban, only days after the Taliban firing during the Anti-Taliban protest. Continue reading 300 Afghan women march in support of the Taliban
India and Australia’s foreign and defence ministers are taking one step further to security and strategic cooperation and create peaceful and safe trading. Continue reading Both will expand their mutual commitment against China’s aggressive policy: India-Australia Bilateral Dialogue
The commemoration of 9/11 brings back the attack by 19 Al-Qaeda hijackers who crashed the packed airline at the US twin towers, taking approximately 3000 lives. Continue reading 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks
The possibility of the Covid-19 third wave still hangs, and India is preparing itself for the worst. Hospitals are readying wards, beds, and oxygen cylinders so that the situation doesn’t end up like in the month of April-May. Continue reading India prepares itself for the possibility of Covid-19 third wave
In a historic move, the armed forces’ decision to induct women into NDA has been taken and passed by the central government. Continue reading Induction of women into the National Defence Academy
Sharia law is back under the Taliban regime as the only law, which administered Afghanistan from 1996-2001. The Taliban’s Education Minister has stated that Ph.D., Master’s degrees are not valuable, mullahs greatest without them. Continue reading What is next for Afghanistan?
Afghanistan has fallen into the hands of the Taliban. Afghans are under a new regime of terror. Panjshir, the last province fighting for its dignity under the leadership of Amrullah Saleh and the National Resistance Front have lost the battle because of the invasion by Pakistan. Continue reading The fall of Panjshir, beginning of a catastrophic era in Afghanistan
The New Delhi district administration has taken this initiative for the labourers who are unaware of registration and are not vaccinated. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital is managing the vaccination drive through the van service.
Three soldiers were killed and 15 wounded near Quetta in Balochistan by a suicide bomber. Continue reading Balochistan suicide bombing, three soldiers killed