Protest in Minsk

Belarusian elderly and pensioners call for putting Lukashenko to a police van! 3rd Monday in a row elderly people come to the streets to protests against current regime in #Belarus Several thousand retirees marched through the streets of the Belarusian capital as protesters kept up their demand for the ouster of authoritarian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka.Continue reading “Protest in Minsk”

Malabar Naval Excersice

The invitation by India to the Australian Navy for the exercise next month came two weeks after the foreign ministers of the Quad held extensive talks in Tokyo with a focus on enhancing their cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, a region that has been witnessing increasing Chinese military assertiveness. ‘As India seeks to increase cooperation withContinue reading “Malabar Naval Excersice”

PM: On Science and Innovation

Future will be shaped by societies that invest in science & innovation: PM Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the future will be shaped by societies that invest in science and innovation. He said, but, this cannot be done in a short-sighted manner. Therefore, one has to invest in science and innovation wellContinue reading “PM: On Science and Innovation”

Santiago Churches Blaze amid protests

Two churches blaze in Santiago,in Chile and a police headquarters firebombed during protests. The tower of Parroquia de la Asuncion, one of Santiago de Chile’s oldest churches, collapsing. Second others showed the Iglesia de San Francisco de Borja, which is often used by the police for ceremonies, too alight. Santiago: Spire of a 19th centuryContinue reading “Santiago Churches Blaze amid protests”

Thai PM:Sp Parliament Session

Thailand economy is crippling with recessions now, further covid shattered virus force majeure. Thailand Qs of Democracy intinsic strength and its institutions are endangered with continuing protest bring another wagering sojourn period to concentrate on its revival. PM Prayut agrees to extraordinary House session and wants to quell unabate protest by students still today seenContinue reading “Thai PM:Sp Parliament Session”

PM Sanna Tests

Prime Minister Marin’s first COVID-19 test comes back negative Government Communications Department 17.10.2020 14.34 | Published in English on 17.10.2020 at 15.07PRESS RELEASE Tiedote 659/2020 The COVID-19 test taken by Prime Minister Sanna Marin upon her arrival in Finland has come back negative. The Prime Minister will continue to self-isolate and will be tested again on Monday. Her periodContinue reading “PM Sanna Tests”

Anti Imran Rally

Captain Safdar, Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law and Maryam Nawaz’s spouse, was arrested early on Monday by Sindh Police for, among other charges, allegedly violating the sanctity of the Quaid-e-Azam’s Mazar  PPP chairman Bilawal said: “We want [Pakistan to have] true democracy. Give us true democracy. The democracy that comes with the will of the people.” “RememberContinue reading “Anti Imran Rally”

Bahrain Israel diplomatic ties

First direct flight between Israel and Bahrain lands in Manama Bahrain and Israel have agreed to establish diplomatic relations in a historic deal brokered by the United States. Bahrain invited US and Israeli delegations to its capital, Manama, on Sunday for talks on normalizing ties. After discussions, Bahrain and Israel announced that they have agreedContinue reading “Bahrain Israel diplomatic ties”

China:Covid Simultaneous break

No clinching evidence to support China’s claim of simultaneous outbreak of coronavirus: Harsh Vardhan Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has refuted the claim made by China that there was a simultaneous outbreak of coronavirus across the world, citing lack of clinching evidence to support the argument. Answering a question during his weekly public media interactionContinue reading “China:Covid Simultaneous break”