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Russian Government backs down as Putin tightens the rein

Former Russia’s Prime Minister Dimitry Medvedev with President Vladimir Putin

Former Russia’s Prime Minister Dimitry Medvedev with President Vladimir Putin Russia’s Putin proposed changes in the political system, its entire government resigned in protest. In a surprising development in the Russian governance, its Prime Minister Medvedev announced that their government is stepping down from power. Russian PM submitted the resignation of his entire government to President Putin. Medvedev has reasoned that the decision for mass

US President Donald Trump turns down Indian PM Narendra Modi’s Republic Day Invite

USA President Donald Trump with Indian PM Narendra Modi

  US President Donald Trump has refused PM Modi’s Republic Day invite after various setbacks in the diplomatic relations US President Donald Trump finally broke the suspense by declaring that he will not be attending India’s 70th Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi on 26 January 2019. This news was declared by National Security Adviser and PM Modi’s aid, Ajit Doval. This decision comes amid

Trump under Fire for Remark on Russian Meddling

After President Trump made headlines at Helsinki for refusing finding of U.S.A intelligence agencies and siding with Vladimir Putin, he came home to criticism at its best and backlash and outrage at its worst from friends and foes alike. Once back, however, President Donald Trump claimed to have “full faith” in his intelligence agencies and stated that he had repeatedly accepted

Putin and Trump’s One-on-One at Helsinki

This Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump are meeting in Finland for their first one-on-one summit. Both Presidents have their work cut out for them and are probably carrying different expectations for what this Summit will result into. Relations between Russia and U.S.A are currently experiencing a low that has not been seen since the Cold

A Guide to the FIFA World Cup 2018

It’s the FIFA World Cup 2018 week and the thrill has already kicked in as the opening ceremony begins tomorrow. The FIFA 2018 is bound to put Russia in the limelight as the country hosts World Cup for the first time. It has taken a lot of efforts from the Russia President Putin to win the bid as the FIFA

Modi–Putin Strengthen Their Bond Over Multipolar World Order

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PM Modi’s informal summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin has resulted in the further strengthening of the years-old friendship. PM has described President Putin as his “personal friend” and a person who has played a crucial role in his career since his early days of Chief Ministership. “Russia is India’s old-time friend. We share long-standing historical ties, and Mr. President is

PM Modi to Visit Russia for Informal Summit

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be travelling to the Black Sea resort town of Sochi for an ‘informal summit’ with Russian President Vladimir Putin on May 21. This surprise meet has come in less than a week after the US, under President Donald Trump, pulled out of the P-5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, This is in line with the new template

Prime Minister Modi’s Popularity Ranks him under Forbes’s Top 10

Forbes has announced its list of seventy five most powerful humans in the world. The list has ranked PM Modi under Modi at 9th position. Modi has outranked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (ranked 13), United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May (14), Chinese premier Li Keqiang (15) and Apple CEO Tim Cook (24). This year’s list is also the unique as the

Vladimir Putin takes his oath as the President of Russia, fourth time.

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Vladimir Putin has taken the oath of office, continuing his presidential legacy for the fourth term. He has become Russia’s President for the fourth time by winning 77% of vote in March elections, where he faced no serious challenges. His only serious opponent, Alexei Navalny got caught guilty of embezzlement and hence, was barred from running elections. Putin will continue the

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