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China dissident claims thousands of China spies swarm United States New York : The billionaire Chinese entrepreneurs have stated that in the United States, more than twenty thousand Chinese spies are active and the intelligence network is ‘ready to destroy’ US. This entrepreneur named Guo Wengui has claimed that he is aware of the modus-operandi and networks of the intelligence operations of China. The current claims made by the Chinese entrepreneurs,

Russia

Russia deploys anti-missile system against North Korea Moscow : As US, South Korea and Japan are taking offensive military steps to counter the mounting threat posed by North Korea, Russia too has been taking steps for its own defense. Russia has deployed a medium range, high tech multi-purpose ‘Buk-M3’ missile system in the province of Siberia, pointing in the direction of North Korea. Four days back, Russia’s Air Force division

Crisis-plagued Europe

After London Bridge attack Britain in process of combative measures London: ”Until now Britain has shown too much of tolerance towards the Islam terrorism. But the time has come to say that, it is enough!” in such words Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May had expressed her resentment over the terrorist attack in London. Thereafter Britain’s leaders and authorities as well demanded aggressive measures against terrorism and extremist. This includes decision such as a ban on burka and cancellation of

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Turkey dismisses demand to close Qatar military base Turkey has rejected the demand of Saudi and its allied Arabic countries to close down its military base in Qatar. Even after the demand by Arab countries, this decision, to close the military base, is not in the agenda, affirmed the defense minister of Turkey. The defense minister also claimed that the military base will only prove to be beneficial to the

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India joins ‘SCO’, an eminent economic union of China, Russia and Central Asian Countries Astana: India has gained the membership to the ‘Shanghai Cooperation Organization’ (SCO). In the ‘SCO Summit, held at Kazakhstan’s capital city Astana, all the formalities for India and Pakistan’s membership were completed. The Indian Prime Minister’s demand for the member nations of the ‘SCO’ to unite in the fight against terrorism, has drawn attention to itself.

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CIA suspected to be behind the hacking during the US elections Moscow: The Russian President Vladimir Putin’s accusation that the US Secret Service Agency, the CIA has been responsible for hacking during the Presidential election campaign in the US, is creating a sensation. This accusation from Putin came at a time when he was interviewed by a US news channel, the ‘NBC News’. At the same time, Putin made it

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‘APEC’ countries unanimous over implementation of ‘Trans-Pacific Partnership’ agreement Hanoi: The 11 member countries of the ‘APEC’ reached an agreement on the revival of the Trans-Pacific Partnership without the US by stating that all alternatives would be examined for the immediate implementation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. They also said that they would take proper cognizance of various aspects like trade protectionism, open markets, global trade system based on regulations, increasing

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        Getting up at sunrise and hearing to the soothing chirps of birds is indeed a pleasure any ear. Recently many of us would have noticed that chirping of birds in the morning has reduced to a considerable extent. Are birds really disappearing? While reading about this issue, I happened to come across a piece of information which I thought worth sharing with you all. It is

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More than 150 countries hit by massive cyber attack; Experts warn of increased possibility of new cyber attack London: After the largest ever cyber attack that hit more than 150 countries, a new cyber attack larger than this is soon expected, warn analysts. The security agencies worldwide are still investigating the massive cyber attack that blocked more than 2 lakh computers of many multinationals including the renowned US company FedEx,

Tussles in Indian Sub-continent

Only Pakistan responsible for India-Pak tensions accuses a senior leader of Trump administration Washington: The Trump Administration has expressed its concerns by stating that only Pakistan was responsible for the deteriorating situation between India and Pakistan. It said that unless Pakistan gives up its terror policy and makes progress in investigations on incidents like those of the 2016 Pathankot attack where the Indian Air Force base was violated, tensions between