Tension in Bangladesh due to hanging of ‘Jamat-e-Islami’ leader

Tension in Bangladesh due to hanging of ‘Jamat-e-Islami’ leader

The ‘Jamat-e-Islami’ leader Motiur Rahman Nizami was hanged on Wednesday, being accused of the race destruction caused during the Bangladesh war of independence in the year 1971. Nizami was accused of killing hundreds of citizens during the Bangladesh war of independence. He is the fourth leader in Bangladesh to be hanged for this war crime. Post […]

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits Russia

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits Russia

The Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe was in Russia on Friday 6th May. Official sources of both countries confirm that Abe met with the Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi and discussed issues of considerable importance including that of the disputed ‘Kuril Islands’. Both countries have shown willingness to view this issue in particular, […]

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Successful testing of Inter-Continental Hypersonic missile system by Russia

Successful testing of Inter-Continental Hypersonic missile system by Russia

The advance ‘Hypersonic’ missile with speed 5 to 10 times that of sound was tested successfully by Russia. Interfax, Russia’s government news agency has ratified the news. US leaders and officials have expressed their concerns at the missile test saying that it posses a new challenge for the US. This is a second incident of testing ‘hypersonic’ system by Russia. […]

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India imposes ban on Chinese products

India imposes ban on Chinese products

New Delhi, 26 May (PTI): India to impose ban on imports of milk, dairy products and non-IMEI numbered mobile phones from China declared Union Minister of Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman. She further stated that this ban was due to the substandard quality of these Chinese products .As per the World Trade Organisation regulations ban cannot be […]

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Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu steps down amid conflict with Erdogan

Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu steps down amid conflict with Erdogan

Vexed with the authoritarian ways and the pressure tactics of the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced his decision to step down. ‘The resignation was not a willing decision. Given the circumstances, it was but an option he had to resort to’, he added, leaving room for speculation about pressure […]

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