Criticism grows over proposal for removing limit on term of China’s President

Criticism grows over proposal for removing limit on term of China’s President

Beijing: There is growing criticism in China against the ruling Chinese Communist Party’s proposal of extending current President Xi Jinping’s tenure for an unlimited period. Reporters and writers, who were once a part of the government media have started criticising the proposal to make Jinping the leader for an unlimited period. Articles have already been […]

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Syrian army action in ‘Eastern Ghouta’, a crime against humanity, criticizes United Nations

Syrian army action in ‘Eastern Ghouta’, a crime against humanity, criticizes United Nations

Geneva/ Washington: The attacks on the Syrian people in the ‘Eastern Ghouta’ region of Syria amount to crimes against humanity. Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, the United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights, warned that the Syrian government will have to face consequences for these crimes. The Syrian government has criticised the warning issued by […]

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Assad has committed war crimes in Syria: White House

Assad has committed war crimes in Syria: White House

Washington: The conflict in ‘Eastern Ghouta’ in Syria has claimed more than 400 lives and this has invoked a reaction from the US. ‘Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has committed war crimes even before. He has poisoned the Syrian people with the ‘Sarin Gas’. Assad has committed some unthinkable acts’, accused White House Principal Deputy Press […]

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Cybercrime cost world economy more than $600 billion; Intellectual Property & banking sector prime targets

Cybercrime cost world economy more than $600 billion; Intellectual Property & banking sector prime targets

Washington: The scope of the threats in the cyberspace is increasing by the day and the cybercrimes have costed the world economy to the tune of $600 billion. In rupee terms, this is an astronomical equivalent of ₹40 lakh crore. The leading US think tank, ‘Centre for Strategic and International Studies’ (CSIS) and the cyber […]

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Turkey begins attacks on Syrian army

Turkey begins attacks on Syrian army

Damascus: Turkey has started its attacks on the Syrian army and its support groups that are stationed the northern part of ‘Afrin’. In spite of the Turkish attacks, the Syrian army is continuing deployment of more units in the Afrin region, claim the international organisations. It is claimed that the Syrian army is being deployed […]

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China will fill the vacuum created by the US, claims Austrian Chancellor

China will fill the vacuum created by the US, claims Austrian Chancellor

Munich : Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, indicated the changes in the international systems saying, ‘The power centre at the international level is shifting. The United States is still a super power but it seem to be withdrawing from the international politics. China is trying to fill up this political vacuum.’ At the same time, he […]

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Japan moves to establish army base in ‘East China Sea’

Japan moves to establish army base in ‘East China Sea’

Tokyo: Japanese government has begun the establishment of a fully equipped army base in the ‘East China Sea’, which lies between China and Japan on the ‘Ishigaki Island’ near the disputed Senkaku group of islands. Anti-missile systems, anti-aircraft and anti-warship missiles, radar systems and army units will be deployed at the base. The media informed […]

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