“As a neighbour and as a well-wisher and friend, I conveyed to them what sort of steps they could take to enhance their international acceptability”, said Qureshi. Pakistan’s intelligence chief also accompanied the foreign minister in this short visit to Kabul.
The US President mentioned that, “I do not want a Cold War with China, I just want China to Understand that we are not going to step back and we are not going to change our views”. Continue reading US President agrees to defend Taiwan against China
In a statement given to Persian Independent, an Afghan women’s volleyball national junior team coach confirmed that the Talibanis allegedly killed a volleyball player. According to the coach, the young star player of the national volleyball team, Mahjabeen Hakimi was beheaded by the Taliban in Kabul. Continue reading Women Volleyball player beheaded by Taliban
On Wednesday, October 10 2021, PM Modi gifted Kushinagar, UP its first International Airport. Kushinagar is that place where Gautama Buddha achieved “Mahaparinirvana” (Mahaparinibban in Buddhism) and the place where he achieved it emerged as a pilgrimage for the Buddhists around the world. Also, the first flight from Colombo, Sri Lanka touched down today at the airport bringing a delegation of 100 Buddhist monks and dignitaries including the 12-member Holy Relic entourage to the inauguration place. Continue reading Kushinagar: Known for Mahaparinirvana of Lord Buddha received International Airport today as a gift from PM Modi
Gita made history when she joined the Washington-based Global lender as the first women Chief Economist. Before joining the IMF as Economic Counsellor and Director of Research Department, she was the John Zwaanstra Professor of International Studies and Economics department at Harvard University.
India is still observing the situation and setting backchannel communications hint that the negotiations may start soon. But if it does, India should remain highly cautious with every step and take an active part in keeping out what’s in its mind and how it will proceed.
The hypersonic missile being tested circled the globe before cruising towards its target demonstrating the advanced space capabilities that China possesses. Continue reading A new arms race in the offing: China stuns the world with an earth-circling nuclear-capable hypersonic missile test
Dr. S. Jaishankar will be in Israel on a 3 day visit for strengthening bilateral ties with the newly formed government of Naftali Bennet. We have to wait and watch out for the negotiations and their results. But, it is hoped that the visit will prove fruitful taking into consideration the close friendship of India and Israel. Continue reading S. Jaishankar’s 3-day visit to Israel next week: What is in store for India?
China is not the only country facing struggling with power outages, which have led to fuel shortages and blackouts in some countries. Continue reading China coal prices hit record highs, early winter chill adds to energy woes
Communal violence broke out in several places in Bangladesh on Wednesday after news broke on social media about the alleged desecration of the Holy Quran at a Durga Puja venue on the bank of Nanuar Dighi.
“Board’s past actions demonstrate an unwillingness to confront endemic problems with abuse.” Continue reading US Olympic Committee defends handling of Nassar case
The United States-European Union delegation met the new Taliban regime of Afghanistan on Oct 12th in Qatar. Continue reading First US-Taliban meet since setting up of Taliban regime
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called on the international community to ensure that Afghan territory does not become a source of radicalisation and terrorism, and pitched for a united global response to bring about the desired change in that country.
Tesla’s expansion in Palo Alto came even after Elon Musk announced that last week the company was moving it’s headquarters from Palo Alto, California to Austin, Texas. Continue reading Tesla to expand presence in Palo Alto despite HQ move to Texas source
There is a shortage of natural gas in Europe that had sent prices for electricity and gas soaring, triggering sharp rises in the prices paid by people heating their homes or for major heavy industrial plants smelting steel. Continue reading Crisis looms in Britain, steel makers warn