Will increase the number of poor in the south-east Asian countries by millions, claims World Bank

Will increase the number of poor in the south-east Asian countries by millions, claims World Bank

Geneva: – The World Bank has warned, ‘The global economy has received a severe jolt because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The south-east Asian countries will be the worst hit with this and millions of people will be pushed into poverty.’ The World Bank also expressed a possibility that the effects of the pandemic may be […]

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India still in the Local transmission phase of Coronavirus, clarifies the Health Ministry

India still in the Local transmission phase of Coronavirus, clarifies the Health Ministry

New Delhi: – The mention of the ‘Limited Community Transmission’ in the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), issued by the Union Health Ministry created a sensation. But the Health Ministry later on clarified that this type of transmission is yet to begin in India and India is still in the local transmission phase of Coronavirus. Luv […]

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China supplies faulty COVID-19 testing kits to European countries  

Madrid/Ankara: Spain, Czech Republic, Georgia and Turkey have alleged that the Chinese equipment, worth millions of dollars the state had provided to its allies as a medical aid for testing the Coronavirus, was faulty. The countries have alleged that the Chinese testing kits were of inferior quality. Allegations are rife that China was making hay […]

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The ‘License to Kill’ right retained for UK’s Mi-5, the verdict by British Tribunal  

The ‘License to Kill’ right retained for UK’s Mi-5, the verdict by British Tribunal  

London: A UK Tribunal has ruled that the officials of the UK secret intelligence agency MI-5 are legally authorised to abduct, kill or commit any other violent crimes. Four human rights organisations had filed a petition regarding this. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had indicated awarding additional rights to security and intelligence agencies. It is […]

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The UK and South Korea to join the US campaign for the safety of freight movement in the Persian Gulf  

The UK and South Korea to join the US campaign for the safety of freight movement in the Persian Gulf  

London/Seoul: British naval chief Admiral Tony Radakin has announced that ‘The Iranian threat to marine freight movement through the Persian Gulf is still looming. To counter this threat, the United Kingdom will join the United States in its naval campaign in the concerned marine region whereas, a Korean news agency has published a report stating […]

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US will retaliate against the attacks on its bases in Iraq, says US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper

US will retaliate against the attacks on its bases in Iraq, says US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper

Baghdad: “Stop the attacks on the US military bases in Iraq right now. Otherwise, the United States will retaliate against them to safeguard its interests,” US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper warned. Secretary of Defence Mark Esper issued this warning after holding talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi. Although the Secretary of Defence […]

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