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Sanna Marin of Finland becomes world’s youngest-serving prime minister

Finland’s Sanna Marin, 34, becomes youngest prime minister of the world.

Finland’s Sanna Marin, 34, becomes youngest prime minister of the world. Sanna Marin, 34, transport minister of Finland’s, will lead the Social Democratic party. She becomes country’s youngest prime minister ever. Interestingly, she will also become world’s youngest serving pm when she takes office in the coming days. Along with this, she is Finland’s third female government leader. In the April

Boris Johnson visits Hindu temple ahead of UK elections

On his visit to Hindu temple, Johnson mentioned the role of Indian diaspora in past election wins for the Conservatives.

On his visit to Hindu temple, Johnson mentioned the role of Indian diaspora in past election wins for the Conservatives. Ahead of elections in UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited Hindi temple. Along with this, he vowed to partner with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his mission to build a new India. In this regard he mentioned that "I know Prime Minister Modi

Police shoot dead four suspects in Dr. Reddy rape case

The rape and murder of a 27-year-old veterinary doctor in Hyderabad prompted an outpouring of anger all across India.

The rape and murder of a 27-year-old veterinary doctor in Hyderabad prompted an outpouring of anger all across India. The four rape suspects had been under police custody and shot near the scene of the crime during a reconstruction. They were identified as Mohammad Areef, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen, and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu. The case generates hatred across the country. Last Wednesday, the four

France shuts down over proposed pension reform plans

Thousands of protesters hit the streets over pension reform plans.

Thousands of protesters hit the streets over pension reform plans. Nationwide strike in France received mixed response as some travellers showed support for it while others complained about being embroiled in someone else’s fight. Amid anger over pension changes, transport workers bring France to standstill.  The working class in France held one of the biggest public strikes in decades against Prime Minister Emmanuel

Pakistan hails resumption of peace talks between US and Taliban

Pakistan played a significant role in bringing US and Taliban on the table to resume the dialogue process in Doha. The State Department of USA on Wednesday said America will shortly resume talks with the Taliban. Pakistan hailed the announcement of the resumption of the stalled talks. Zalmay Khalilzad, the US negotiator on Afghanistan, will head to Qatar to "re-join talks

World’s ‘largest animal sacrifice’ festival starts in Nepal

Despite efforts to end tradition, a devotee prepares a buffalo for slaughter as an offering during the Gadhimai festival

Despite efforts to end tradition, a devotee prepares a buffalo for slaughter as an offering during the Gadhimai festival Worshippers in Nepal have begun killing thousands of buffalo as an offering during the Gadhimai Festival. The festival is reputed to be the world’s biggest animal sacrifice which held every five years in a remote corner of Nepal. Animal rights activists

Trump slaps metal tariffs on Brazil and Argentina

In March 2018, President Trump, for the first time, announced metal tariffs against Brazil and Argentine.

In March 2018, President Trump, for the first time, announced metal tariffs against Brazil and Argentine. On Monday, President of United States of America Donald Trump ambushed Brazil and Argentina. He announced a tariffs hike on US steel and aluminum imports from the two countries. The skyrocketing tariff hike shocked South American officials and left them scrambling for answers. President Trump

SC to ensure patients don’t suffer when doctors go on strike

The SC, in its 2014 order, had said a doctors’ strike may be deemed as “negligence warranting action for misconduct”.

The SC, in its 2014 order, had said a doctors’ strike may be deemed as “negligence warranting action for misconduct”. A charitable society ‘People For Better Treatment’, appealed the Supreme Court with regard to November 2014 order. The order passed by the apex court on a PIL filed by it, and said the doctors’ strike-call violated SC’s order. On Monday, the SC

To prevent inundation, Island states want ‘decisive’ climate action

The impact of rising sea level prompts plea ahead of the UN climate change conference

The impact of rising sea level prompts plea ahead of the UN climate change conference The Island countries which are at risk of deluge from climate chaos have issued an impassioned plea to the industrialized world. The plea is issued ahead of crucial negotiations on the Paris agreement that start on Monday in Madrid. Janine Felson, deputy chair of the Alliance of

Maltese PM quits in crisis over murdered journalist

Maltese Prime Minister quits in crisis over Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Maltese Prime Minister quits in crisis over Daphne Caruana Galizia murder Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says that he will stay on until January but journalist’s family calls for his immediate departure The embattled PM Joseph Muscat has resigned over the constitutional and political crisis triggered by the murder of the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. On Sunday evening, he announced that he is planning to stay on until

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