Mecca-Madina entry restricted

  Saudi Arabia yesterday barred citizens from the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council from entering two of Islam’s holiest cities, Mecca and Medina, amid fears over the Novel Corona virus, the Foreign Ministry said. The GCC states include Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar. The Ministry said, the decision excludes GCC citizensContinue reading “Mecca-Madina entry restricted”

Marin to travel to New York

Prime Minister Sanna Marin will travel to New York for the UN International Women’s Day event on 5–6 March While in New York, Prime Minister Marin will also meet with UN Secretary General António Guterres at the UN headquarters. The topics of discussion at their bilateral meeting will include equality, global measures to mitigate climateContinue reading “Marin to travel to New York”

Winston: India Eco fastest growing

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand Winston Peters said that his country recognizes India as one of the fastest growing economies with second largest population. Peters and New Zealand Minister of Trade and Export Growth David Parker chaired the New Zealand-India Trade for All session at Bombay Stock Exchange inContinue reading “Winston: India Eco fastest growing”

PM Malaysia Muhyiddin Yassin

Malaysian King appoints seasoned politician Muhyiddin Yassin as new PM In Malaysia, the King has appointed seasoned politician Muhyiddin Yassin as the new Prime Minister, the latest twist to a weeklong political crisis. In a statement issued by the palace today, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said Muhyiddin, a former interior minister and president ofContinue reading “PM Malaysia Muhyiddin Yassin”

Finland low-emission vehicles

Preparation of legislation on public vehicle procurement proceeds. low-emission vehicles and services to Finland. Electric vehicles (or EV’s) have a high profile at this weekend’s Auto 2016 car fair in Helsinki. The Purosuos, a couple from Vantaa, are test-driving an electric car for the first time. The government aims to significantly boost sales of low-emissionsContinue reading “Finland low-emission vehicles”

WHO: Fail Coronaless

WHO appears to have its interest in giving adjectives to name of virus epidemic or pandemic but it lack its expertise to caution the thirty nations where it is spreading rapidly to gives its guidelines to tackle the enormous horrendous health harazrd  history in making across  world. WHO pose the Global regulator of health servicesContinue reading “WHO: Fail Coronaless”

Monitoring of Foreign Corporate Acquisitions

Act on the Monitoring of Foreign Corporate Acquisitions The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment requests for comments on the amendments to the Act on Foreign Corporate Acquisitions in Finland. The Act will be amended to meet the requirements of the EU Regulation establishing a framework for the screening of foreign direct investments into theContinue reading “Monitoring of Foreign Corporate Acquisitions”

Analysis of National Political Parties

Analysis of Donations Received above Rs 20,000 by National Political Parties – FY 2018-19 This report, prepared by Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), focuses on donations received by the National Political Parties, above Rs 20,000, during the Financial Year 2018-19, as submitted by the parties to the Election Commission of India (ECI). The National Parties include Bharatiya Janata PartyContinue reading “Analysis of National Political Parties”