PM Relief to Poor 80Cr

Rs 90,000 crore to be spent more on providing free ration to poor for five more months, says PM Modi @narendramodiPrime Minister Narendra Modi today announced free food grains to 80 crore people across the country for five more months.   The Prime Minister  Gareeb Kalyan Anna Yojana has been extended  till the end ofContinue reading “PM Relief to Poor 80Cr”

Victoria in Lockdown

Victoria into the another lockdown and was the last to lift restrictions and ten postcode got a second lock after hybrid spike. Victoria registered 75 new cases of #COVID19 yesterday. Victoria suburbs 37,000 doors have been knocked on by public health authorities, particularly in the state’s 10 hotspot suburbs. “There have been some 233 newContinue reading “Victoria in Lockdown”

India bans 59 Chinese apps

India Govt bans 59 mobile apps including TikTok, Helo, WeChat prejudicial to sovereignty & integrity of India. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian reacts to India banning Chinese apps: “China is strongly concerned, verifying the situation,” he said.  #Sagarmediainc India bans 59 Chinese apps including Helo, WeChat and Tiktok. Economic strike to China Rail RoadContinue reading “India bans 59 Chinese apps”

Facebook $56bn wipe off

Is it easier for trillion FB user to check hate speech with such calibrated strength as EU doing on E TV channels or internet users. An early check could be plausible but as users spike check is tough. Mark Zuckerberg just became $7.2 billion poorer after a series of companies pulled advertising from Facebook’s network.Continue reading “Facebook $56bn wipe off”

Greece Ease Tourism

Greece will begin re-opening to international travelers on July,01. Greece won’t allow direct flights from UK, Sweden until July 15   On 28 April, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced a relaxation of lockdown measures in the weeks ahead, with a particular focus on opening up the country for the summer. Tourism accounts for about 25%Continue reading “Greece Ease Tourism”

Boat sinks in Buriganga

Boat sinks in Buriganga near Dhaka At least 28 people are reported dead as a passenger vessel sank in Buriganga river near the Shyambazar area of Dhaka on Monday morning. The official news agency BSS reported that the search and rescue operations are continuing even while 28 bodies have been recovered so far from theContinue reading “Boat sinks in Buriganga”

Military 3rdMeet

Indian & Chinese militaries to hold Lt General-level talks on border standoff Tuesday to de-escalate tension in Ladakh lndian and Chinese militaries will hold another round of Lieutenant General-level talks tomorrow in an attempt to de-escalate tension in eastern Ladakh. The meet will also finalise modalities for disengagement of troops from the sensitive region. ItContinue reading “Military 3rdMeet”

Protest in Berlin

Every day people of color face racist crime and violence across Europe.” Around 2,000 protesters gathered at Berlin’s Victory Column, to speak of their experiences with everyday racism in Germany. The protests extended far beyond Berlin, with rallies organized in nine other cities across the country. Munich saw a crowd of at least 20,000 peopleContinue reading “Protest in Berlin”