Current Affairs

Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait recall their citizens from Lebanon.

Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait recall their citizens from Lebanon Riyadh/ Dubai/ Kuwait: A diktat has been issued by the External Affairs Ministry of Saudi Arabia, to its citizens who are in Lebanon to avoid travelling to Lebanon and if already there to return back at the earliest. Saudi’s Foreign Affairs Ministry explained that the orders were issued in view of the situation in Lebanon. Following Saudi’s steps, the United

आखात विस्फोट की दहलीज पर

खाड़ी प्रचंड विस्फोट की दहलीज पर खड़ा है – अमरिकी विश्लेषक का इशारा वॉशिंगटन/रियाध: लेबनॉन के प्रधानमंत्री का इस्तीफा, येमेन के सऊदी अरेबिया पर हमले और सऊदी राजपुत्र की ओर से देश के प्रभावशाली व्यक्तियों के खिलाफ चल रही कारवाई, यह घटनाएं खाड़ी एक बड़े विस्फोट के नजदीक है इसके संकेत देने वाली हैं, ऐसा इशारा अमरिका के विश्लेषक रॉबर्ट मेली ने दिया है। ‘इंटरनेशनल क्राइसिस ग्रुप’ के अभ्यास समूह

World Happenings

Hypersonic missiles could trigger World War 3, warns renowned US think tank Washington : If hypersonic missiles, capable of travelling 25 times faster than passenger plane, are obtained by rival nations or terrorist organizations could possibly trigger the third world war, warns a US based study group. The study group has recommended that to avoid the third world war, US, Russia and China, which produces such hypersonic missiles should agree to not sell these


Indian Government panel recommends clampdown on cryptocurrency dealers New Delhi: A government panel is said to have advised the closure of businesses dealing in the buying and selling of cryptocurrency as also of cryptocurrency exchanges operating in the country. While the ‘Bitcoin’ hits a new high, with its value growing 200 percent in the course of the past seven weeks, the number of Indians investing in a currency like the

kurds independence

Demands for Kurdistan will lead to starvation of Kurds Ankara/Tehran/ Baghdad: If the Kurdish forces in Iraq remain firm on the role of an independent country, Turkey will impose strong restrictions on Iraqi Kurds. If this happens, the crisis of hunger may strike the Iraqi Kurds. The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned the Kurds that along with these restrictions, Turkey has left open the option of taking military actions

Asia Pacific

To combat terrorism in Southeast Asia, Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte proposes joint patrol with Malaysia and Indonesia Manila: In the last few years there have been repeated warnings issued about the increasing influence of the ‘IS’ and other terror cells in Southeast Asia. The ongoing campaign in the Marawi City of Philippines and a video released by the ‘IS’ confirms the same. On this ground, the Southeast Asian countries are


India approves Proxy Vote for NRIs New Delhi : The Union Cabinet on Wednesday has granted its approval to make necessary changes in the law to allow Non-Resident Indians to vote for the Lok Sabha and the Legislative Assembly elections without their physical presence in India. The NRIs count is around 1 crore out of which 60 lakhs NRIs are eligible to vote in India. If these NRIs get the right to

China masterminding

China warns of retaliation after President Trump orders tech theft inquiry against it Bejing/Washington: US President Donald Trump has ordered an inquiry into irregularities in the trade practices of China. After taking charge, this could be considered as the biggest decision by President Trump against China. China has responded strongly and has warned that it would not stay idle. Chinese Commerce ministry has warned that both sides would lose out

newscast china

China warns India about border conflicts leading to war Beijing: China warned that it would forthrightly take necessary steps to safeguard its borders and sovereignty and if need be, is ready to wage a war against India. ‘Global Times’, the mouthpiece of the Chinese government, mentioned that if the ongoing border conflict is not handled systematically then it could spark a war. China has also cautioned that, as India is not


Soros is working hard for Islamization of Europe Budapest: George Soros, the richest entrepreneur of Hungarian-American origin in support of the European Union is striving to Islamize Europe, harshly accuses the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán. To retain Europe in its own original identity, it is important to regain the sovereignty of Europe from the clutches of the Soros empire, called upon Prime Minister Orbán. There are indications that this