BRICS

To understand this in the Indian context, Dilma Rousseff was playing an important and constructive role in the BRICS – an association of world’s five major emerging economies, of which India is a leading member. BRICS in the last few years have been giving G7 – the association of world’s seven major advanced economies a run for their money as BRICS nations are seeing fastest growth numbers and hence have been checkmating G7 on multiple economic fronts threatening their monetary dominance that they wield over the world. This geographically far-off example of Brazil shows us that any happening in the world can have implications on us and hence it is important to be aware and informed.

Brazil – the fifth-largest country of the world, both by area and population is slated to organize Olympics in the coming August. But recently it has not been so much in news for Olympics as it has been for its political upheavals.

It all started when the elected President Dilma Rousseff was accused of corruption and on various accounts. This saga of dirty politics began in late 2015 and has continued through 2016. The charges against Rousseff include administrative misconduct and disregarding the federal budget, money laundering in Petrobras petroleum company, etc
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Dilma Rousseff Impeachment & Implications for BRICS

Brazil – the fifth-largest country of the world, both by area and population is slated to organize Olympics in the coming August. But recently it has not been so much in news for Olympics as it has been for its political upheavals. It all started when the elected President Dilma Rousseff was accused of corruption and on various accounts. This saga of dirty politics began in late 2015 and has

Brazilian surprise before the Football World Cup

Brazil, its football prowess and love for the game are remarkable and denote each other to share an inseparable relationship. The ingenious sport has fostered beyond human bonds, boundaries and today it binds Brazilians from multiple races and religions together thus enriching the Brazilian culture. The impeccable five World Cup victories of the years 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002 have ranked Brazil above par excellence in the most sought