Samsung chairman dies

Lee Kun-Hee dies after 6 years in coma but company failed to specify cause of death. Lee Kun-Hee, the ailing Samsung Electronics chairman who transformed the small television maker into a global giant of consumer electronics, has died. He was 78. Samsung, Kun-Hee Lee, has died at the age of 78, the company said Saturday.Continue reading “Samsung chairman dies”

Australia Singapore to develope New Tech

Australia and Singapore have committed to collaborating on the development of new technology to reduce carbon emissions. Angus Taylor, Australia’s Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding on low-emissions technology with Chan Chun Sing, Singapore’s Trade and Industry Minister. “Technological progress is the only way to reduce emissions whileContinue reading “Australia Singapore to develope New Tech”

Lahore Metro Train

The Orange Line covers a total of 27 km distance and has 26 stations including 24 elevated stops and two underground stations. Nearly 27 sets of energy-saving electric trains, each comprising five fully air-conditioned wagons, with the operating speed of 80 km per hour, will provide a comfortable, secure and economical traveling facility to 250,000Continue reading “Lahore Metro Train”

Durga Pooja in Beijing

Top diplomats from India, Bangladesh and Nepal join Durga Pooja celebrations by Indian Community in Beijing China, Durga Pooja was celebrated with traditional fervor and gaiety at the Indian Embassy in Beijing. Indian Ambassador to China Vikram Misri addressing the gathering which was also attended by the top diplomats from Bangladesh and Nepal said, DurgaContinue reading “Durga Pooja in Beijing”

Seychelles Election

PM Modi congratulates people of Seychelles for conduct of free, fair and peaceful elections Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated the people of Seychelles for the conduct of free, fair and peaceful elections. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, this is a victory for democracy, a common value that binds India and Seychelles.  He alsoContinue reading “Seychelles Election”

Swiss: Bonus for Each citizen

Imagine getting almost TEN GRAND for doing absolutely nothing.⁣⁣That’s the plan from the #Swiss Initiative – a movement pushing for a referendum on a free $8,370 bonus for every citizen in #Switzerland.⁣⁣The #vote will get the go-ahead if a petition calling for the payment gets more than 100,000 signatures from the people of Switzerland by April #2021.⁣⁣Under the proposal, every #citizen would receiveContinue reading “Swiss: Bonus for Each citizen”

EU Council video Covid Meet

EU Council Chief announces informal video conference over COVID-19 European Council President Charles Michel on Wednesday announced an informal video conference on the fight against the coronavirus pandemic scheduled for October 29 amid a deteriorating epidemiological situation in a number of countries, calling for stepping up joint efforts. Michel in a Twitter wrote that invitingContinue reading “EU Council video Covid Meet”

EU Biodiversity Strategy

The Covid-19 pandemic has once again shown us the fundamental importance of ecosystems and biodiversity for our health and economic and social stability. Biodiversity is our life insurance: it supplies clean air and water, food, building material and clothing. It creates jobs and livelihoods. With the destruction of nature there is also the risk ofContinue reading “EU Biodiversity Strategy”

India-UN:A Postal History

MoS for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan inaugurates philately exhibition on ‘India and the UN: A Postal History’ On the occasion of the 75th UN Day, Minister of State for External Affairs, V. Muraleedharan inaugurated a philately exhibition on ‘India and the UN: A Postal History’. This was done during a virtual event organized by theContinue reading “India-UN:A Postal History”