Unless the economy improves, China’s GDP could see a drop of 3% : IMF

Unless the economy improves, China’s GDP could see a drop of 3% : IMF

Beijing :Increasing debt, high dependence on government policies and financial aids, over-capacity production in the industrial sector are some of the factors that may have a negative impact on China’s economy; according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) report. IMF has indicated that if suitable economic developments are not done, China’s GDP could see a drop […]

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Pakistan’s ISI responsible for attacks in Bangladesh

Pakistan’s ISI responsible for attacks in Bangladesh

Dhaka, dated 3th July (Press)- Horrendous terrorist attack in Bangladesh was claimed to have been executed by IS.  As per first repots, the terrorists identified were local Bangladeshis associated with a group ‘Jamaat Mujahideen Bangladesh’ (JMB). Hossain Toufique Imam, a political advisor to Sheikh Hasina, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, has blamed Pakistani ISI agency […]

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After Brexit, will London lose its ‘Global Financial Hub’ status?

After Brexit, will London lose its ‘Global Financial Hub’ status?

London, dated 1st July (Press)- London, famously known as the Financial Hub globally and in Europe markets, would possibly lose the status post the Brexit results. Post Brexit many companies are moving their offices outside the UK. Germany, France and Ireland are putting in efforts to attract the companies planning to exit the UK. Financial […]

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Indian Air Force gets ‘Tejas’

Indian Air Force gets ‘Tejas’

Bengaluru, Dated July 1 (News Agency)–India first indigenous multi-role fighter jet ‘Tejas’ was inducted into the Indian Air Force on Friday. The Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi expressed his happiness by stating that he is feeling extremely proud with this induction. He added that it was also a proof of India’s skills and […]

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Post Brexit, EU mulls own army

Post Brexit, EU mulls own army

After Britain voted in favour of exiting the EU, the demand for an independent European army seems to be gaining renewed strength. This demand, clearly mentioned in the document presented at the summit in Brussels, refers to the fact that for the purpose of security, the EU cannot depend on NATO alone. The need for […]

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“54% Americans favour carrying weapons for self defence”, says survey reports of US media

“54% Americans favour carrying weapons for self defence”, says survey reports of US media

In the wake of the horrific mass killing at Orlando, demands for the imposition of stringent control on owning weapons have begun to gain momentum. But then some American citizens would also like permission to carry weapons to save their lives in the event of ‘Orlando’ kind of shootouts. Recent polls reveal however, that the […]

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