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US, South Korea Make Efforts to Resolve Tension with North Korea

Joint annual military drill by the US and South Korea called off in an attempt to extend cooperation with North Korea

United States and South Korea have called off their annual joint military drills in an attempt to secure cooperation on denuclearisation with North Korea. The decision has come after the second summit meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un in Vietnam The United States and South Korea have decided to call off the joint military

Chaos in Venezuela Intensifies

The two men locked in Venezuela power struggle. Opposition leader and self-declared interim president Juan Guaido in left; Current Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro in Right.

Venezuela’s political turmoil may not come to an end soon, as the world stands divided. With Maduro’s continuous refusal of holding fresh election and the international community extending support to the self-proclaimed interim President, Juan Guaido, the country is bracing for further political disorder  In the middle of strong global pressure, Nicolas Maduro continues to represent the current political crisis in

Foreigners Under Investigation in New Zealand Amid Mass Destruction Weapon Scare

Twelve foreign nationals face investigation by the New Zealand immigration authority as country tightens security measures

Twelve foreign nationals are under investigation by the New Zealand immigration authority amid growing scare of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the country. The suspects mostly comprise students from nations that have not yet signed the Nuclear Proliferation Treaties Twelve foreign nationals looking to study or work in New Zealand are under investigation by the New Zealand immigration authority. The investigation

Indian Foreign Minister Attended First Ever India-Central Asia Dialogue in Uzbekistan

Sushma Swaraj addressed the first-ever India-Central Asia Dialogue during her two-day visit to Uzbekistan

Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj flew down to Uzbekistan for a two-day state visit to attend the first-ever India-Central Asia Dialogue. During her address at the meet, she encouraged Central Asian nations to participate in the Chabahar project India’s External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj addressed the first-ever India-Central Asia Dialogue during her two-day visit to Uzbekistan. She called on

Congress Announces New Political Strategy in UP ahead of 2019 General Elections

Congress leader, Ghulam Nabi Azad reveals party’s plan to fight for all eighty Lok Sabha seats of Uttar Pradesh in 2019 General Elections

Congress has announced its plan of contesting elections for all eighty seats in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh ahead of the 2019 General Elections. The decision came soon after the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party announced their alliance on Saturday Indian National Congress General Secretary and in charge of Uttar Pradesh, Ghulam Nabi Azad revealed the party’s

Supreme Court Judge Rejects Post-Retirement Commonwealth Post

Supreme Court Judge, Justice A.K. Sikri declined his nomination as a member of the London-headquartered Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal. The decision came amid accusation of the Judge’s vote in the CBI Chief Alok Verma case being rigged Soon after the news of Supreme Court Justice A.K. Sikri’s nomination as a member of the London-headquartered Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal broke out, it

Saudi Arabia to Set Up Multi-Billion Dollar Oil Refinery in Pakistan

Saudi Arabia announces plans of setting up a $10 billion oil refinery in Pakistan's Gwadar port.

Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister revealed the country’s plans to set up a  $10 billion oil refinery in Pakistan. The Kingdom has previously offered Pakistan a $6 billion economic package The Energy Minister of Saudi Arabia, Khalid al-Falih revealed that the country was looking to set up a $10 billion oil refinery in Pakistan’s Gwadar port. He said, “Saudi Arabia wants to

Australia Looks at Strengthening Economic Connectivity with South Asia, Expanding Footprint in Indian Ocean Region

Foreign Minister of Australia, Marise Payne at Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi

  The Foreign Minister of Australia, Marise Payne has announced a project worth $25 million towards South Asian infrastructure projects. The Minister said the project is a step towards increasing its footprint in Indian Ocean Region while also giving fresh impetus to economic connectivity in South Asia Extending support to South Asia, Australia has pledged $25 million to enhance its economic cooperation

India Bags Historical Win in India vs Australia Test Series

After the fourth test of the India vs Australia Test series ended in draw due to weather conditions, India bagged a historic win with 2-1 against the host country, Australia. This is India’s first-ever Test win on Australian soil

After the fourth test of the India vs Australia Test series ended in draw due to weather conditions, India bagged a historic win with 2-1 against the host country, Australia. This is India’s first-ever Test win on Australian soil The Indian cricket team emerged victorious in the fifth match of the India vs Australia Test series after the fourth and final

Indian PM to Inaugurate Multiple Development Projects in Odisha and Jharkhand

Indian PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate several development projects in Jharkhand and Odisha on Saturday

According to the Prime Minister’s Office statement, Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi will be visiting Indian states, Odisha and Jharkhand today for the inauguration of multiple development programs India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Jharkhand and Odisha today according to the Prime Minister’s Office statement released on Friday. The Prime Minister’s visit is scheduled for the inauguration of

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