Current Affairs

Naftali Bennett to be new Prime Minister of Israel

Sunday saw voting take place in the Knesset or the national legislature of Israel for proving the majority towards the prime ministership. Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader of the Likud Party and the sitting Prime Minister, lost the bitterly fought contest to Naftali Bennett, who leads the Yamina Party, by just one vote. Bennett is a former cabinet member under Prime Minister Netanyahu, who later broke away from him. The vote

China launches Cyberattack on Russia

Russia considers China a friend, and many of their recent military, economic and energy-related decisions have been directed at bettering equations with China. However, just as Russia is slated to begin talks with the United States, China has struck Russia. Chinese hackers have once again launched cyberattacks against Russian government websites to steal confidential data, reported Russian intelligence agency ‘Federal Security Service’ (FSB). The cyber unit of the Russian telecom

Paris Club defers Cuba's debt repayment; China uproots pillars at Nepal border

Paris Club defers Cuba’s debt repayment   Cuba has told the Paris Club or the group of creditor nations that currently, it is not in a position to repay the debt it owes to them. With it, the 22 nations club has allowed Cuba to defer its debt repayments though not till the end of 2022 as demanded by Havanna. In the recent past, Cuba’s foreign debt has grown at

India Economy

केंद्र सरकार ने बढ़ाया खरीफ फसलों का न्यूनतम समर्थन मूल्य नई दिल्ली – प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी की अध्यक्षता में हुई बैठक में फसलों के न्यूनतम समर्थन मूल्य (एमएसपी) से संबंधित अहम निर्णय हुआ है। खरीफ मौसम के लगभग सभी फसलों की ‘एमएसपी’ बढ़ाने का निर्णय हुआ है। खास तौर पर दाल एवं तेल बीज की ‘एमएसपी’ में बड़ी बढ़ोतरी की गई है। वर्ष २०२१-२२ के खरीफ मौसम की फसलों का

Russia expanding strategic oil-gas capacity; Biden govt plans $715 bn defense budget to deter China

Russia expanding it’s strategic oil & gas capacity   Russia’s energy major, ‘Novatek’, has agreed to a long-term supply of LNG from the Arctic to China. Russia has further said that it will increase supplies of LNG to China over the next few years. Novatek is planning to build three LNG liquefaction trains, with each having 6.6 million tons capacity per annum. It will increase Novatek’s total LNG capacity by

Corona is China's 'plandemic'; France suspends military ties with Central African Republic

Corona is China’s ‘plandemic’   The Weekend Australian newspaper has revealed another Chinese deceit. It has reported that Zhou Yusen, a Chinese army scientist who was funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), had filed a patent for Covid-19 vaccine just 6 weeks after Corona outbreak was reported in China. In February 2020, when Yusen filed the patent not many would have even heard about a disease called

Middle East countries deporting Uyghurs to China; Cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin face heat from all ends globally

Middle East countries deporting Uyghurs to China   We have been hearing about 1.3 million Uyghurs languishing in Chinese internment camps. However, recent estimates put this number at 2 million, and their number is swelling each day. In addition to action against Uyghurs across China and in Xinjiang, the Chinese Communist Party regime is now forcing countries in the Middle East to deport Uyghurs back to China. There are many

North Korea is facing one of the worst food crisis;  'Nervous' China and 32 years of Tiananmen Massacre

North Korea is facing one of the worst food crisis   North Korea is facing one of the worst food crisis that could cause millions of deaths. At the same time, the high recession is adding to peoples troubles. Commoners are selling off even household items just to buy food. A report by a South Korean think tank estimates that North Korea produced only under 4 million tonnes of grains

China engineered mice with 'humanized lungs' to test infectiousness viruses

Vanity Fair magazine has released an investigative report which states that Chinese military researchers engineered mice with ‘humanized lungs’ to test the infectiousness of various viruses in 2019. Gene-editing technology was used for it. The report also mentions that the investigators at the US National Security Council, researching the origins of the pandemic, have determined that the mice were created in the summer of 2019, just a few months prior

G7 nations agree on Global Corporate Tax at 15%

The rich G7 countries have agreed on imposing a global corporate tax. With it, multinational companies will face 15% taxation. The G7 group has termed it a “historic agreement”. Interestingly, UK has welcomed the deal despite many British Overseas Territories being tax havens. The UK said it is happy with the global tax reform that requires large multinational technology giants to pay their fair share of tax. Among other G7