northkorea-truecolumn Featured International 

General VK Singh surprise visit to North Korea, First-high level meet in 20 years

General VK Singh made a surprise visit to North Korea in Pyongyang and held talks with the North Korean government as confirmed by the Ministry of External Affairs on Wednesday. The visit is the first ever high-level meet of any senior Indian official since 1998. On May 15, Mr singh reached the capital Pyongyang where he first met the vice-president Kim Yong Dae and later on to the foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho and Cultural Minister Pak Chun Nam. As per the discussion with the high dignitaries, a statement has…

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ramzan-truecolumn Featured International 

Ramzan will start from tomorrow as per the Saudi Arabia authorities

1.5 Billion Muslims all over the world will start the long-month dawn-to-dusk fasting of Ramzan from the Thursday onwards as per the confirmation from the Saudi Arabia’s religious authorities. The Royal Court’s statement published said, “The first day of the holy fasting month of Ramzan falls tomorrow (Thursday) corresponding to May 17, 2018”. Ramzan was first celebrated by the Prophet Muhammad 1400 years ago by fasting and eating dates and consuming water followed by a sunset prayer and the ritual is still followed by the present generation. The date set…

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google-truecolumn International 

Google employees resigning in dozens due to controversial drone project with US

To be employed in the one of the most valuable brand of the globe is indeed a reason of pride but to quit the job voluntarily is a toughest task to do but dozens of employees are quitting their job in the protest of the controversial drone deal with the United State Defence Department. Three months back, the largest search engine giant google have entered into the partnership with the United states Defence Department to help the Pentagon develop artificial intelligence for the military drones and named it as the…

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gaza-truecolumn International 

Gaza Deaths: Deadliest cross-border violence, 55 dead and 1200 protestors injured

In the wake of the protest against the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem, Palestinians gathered in huge numbers and showed widespread condemnation followed by the violent aggression against the Israeli troops thus leaving 55 dead and 1200 injured. The Gaza protest encounters huge protest where tires were ablaze thus giving thick fumes of black smog all over the atmosphere and stones were throne all across the border on the Israeli troops. The military force in response to the protest started the gunfire to control the outrageous mob creating…

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modinepal-truecolumn International 

Modi on Nepal tour: Visit to Janaki temple, flagged off Ayodhya-Janakpur bus service

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a 2-day visit to Nepal where he will meet the Nepal PM Khadga Prasad oli and other high. Pm Modi started the visit by landing in Janakpur and welcomed by the chief dignitaries of Nepal and thousands of people. After which, PM Modi head towards Janaki temple and will flagged off the Janakpur-Ayodhya bus service. This is the third visit of PM to Nepal. Indian PM travelled the short distance to Nepal by Air India ATR 72-600 turboprop aircraft and was received by the…

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mahathirmohamad-truecolumn International 

Meet the oldest elected PM in the world, Mahathir Mohamad at his 92

Mahathir Mohamad have finally ended the six-decade rule of the former Prime Minister Najib Razak in his late 90’s thus becoming the oldest elected PM in the world. In the Malaysia’s general election, Mahathir Mohamad won the 113 out of 222 parliamentary seats. The official result shows that Mahathir Mohamad’s party Pakatan Harapan clinched the majority votes while the opposition party Barisan Nasional occupied 79 seats only. The official sworn in ceremony of the new Malaysian PM will took place on Thursday. The family members of Mahathir feel stumbled as…

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ambridgeanalytica-truecolumn International 

Facebook scandal hit Cambridge Analytica files bankruptcy after huge loss

The controversial issue hit company of Facebook user data leak scandal hit Cambridge Analytica files bankruptcy proceedings after a sharp drop of business on Wednesday. The company blames negative media coverage for losing its clients and facing legal fees resulting from the scandal. Earlier, allegations have been imposed against Cambridge Analytica for the improper use of data for the 87 million Facebook users during the President Donald Trump’s 2016 US election campaign. In a statement company talked about the reason for the shut down where they said, “Over the past…

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WHO Report: Delhi and Kanpur among most polluted cities, 90% people breathing polluted air

As per the World Health Organisation (WHO) global air pollution report released in Geneva, India includes 14 out of 15 most polluted cities in the world in terms of PM 2.5 concentrations. However, Kanpur and country’s capital Delhi are leading in the list. In terms of world’s most polluted cities, Kanpur is in the worst condition with PM 2.5 concentration followed by Faridabad, Varanasi and Gaya. The other cities registered under high levels of PM 2.5 includes Delhi, Patna, Agra, Lucknow, Muzaffarpur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Gurgaon, Patiala and Srinagar. The report…

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labourDay_truecolumn International 

Google is paying tribute to working class and labourers on this Labour day

The world along with Google Doodle is celebrating International Labour Day today as a tribute to those hard-working class and labourers all around the globe. It is a public holiday in many countries and in our country, the Labour Day is also referred as ‘Antarrashtriya Shramik Diwas’ or ‘Kamgar Din’. The Google Doodle is celebrating Labour Day through his purple-coloured Doodle showing different equipment’s used by the working class. This includes nuts and bolts, stethoscope, safety helmets batteries, wires and glasses The Labour Day was first recognized in the 19th…

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KabulSucide_truecolumn International 

Kabul: Twin suicide bombings kills 25 people and left wounded 45 at the city centre

On Monday morning, twin suicide bombings hit the kabul’s capital thereby killing 25 people including a journalist and wounded at least 45 others. The first blast took place near the NDS intelligence service building and the second one was targeted to a group of journalists. The chief photographer of the Agence France-Presse in Kabul, Shah Marai died in the second explosion. However, his companion was slightly hurt by the flying shrapnel. The new agency confirmed the news of the dead photographer by the twitter where they said that, “He died…

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