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ISRO SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHES ITS COMMUNICATION MILITARY SATELLITE

On Wednesday, The Indian Space Research Organization has successfully launched its new communication satellite from Satish Dhawan Space centre, in Sri Harikota which is named as GSAT-7A, which will substantially enhance the communication systems of the Indian Air Force and the satellite is named as “Indian Angry Bird”. The GSAT-7A will connect all IAF assets like planes, airborne early warning control platforms and drones with each other and ground stations, and work towards a network-centric warfare capability. This satellite will also reduce the possibility of leakage of information. The chairman…

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China will ‘never seek hegemony,’ Says Chinese President

While attending the opening ceremony of the Hong Kong Zhuhai Macau Bridge on Tuesday the Chinese President Xi Jinping said that China will never seek Hegemony as the country’s economic growth is concerned. During the conference, he repeated China’s commitment to a multilateral trading system and further opening of its economy. The President said that China’s expanding footprint worldwide from Asia-Pacific to Africa and beyond through a broad network of infrastructure projects called the Belt and Road Initiative has led some nations to raise the alarm over what they call…

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India expands USD 1.4 Billion assistance to Maldives

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced USD 1.4 billion financial assistance to Maldives after he held extensive talks with President of Maldives Mr. Ibrahim Mohamed Solih during which both sides vowed to deepen security cooperation in the Indian Ocean region. India and Maldives also signed four pacts including one on visa facilitation. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that the India is extending USD 1.4 billion as budget support, currency swap and line of credit for the social and economic development and cultural development of Maldives. The ties with two…

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Hitachi to buy shares of ABB’s Power grids

On Monday, The Japanese company Hitachi announced to plans to buy shares of power grid business of Swiss-Swedish engineering giant ABB’s Power Grid Arm for $6.4 billion which will be its biggest buyout. This deal would made Hitachi the largest power grid company. According to the statement given by Japanese Company, “ABB will sell its power grid unit and Hitachi will buy 80.1 percent stake for 704 billion yen in early 2020”. The chairman of Hitachi said that this deal will make the “Japanese Company Hitachi the world’s second-largest heavy…

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Supreme court poser to Jammu and Kashmir on resettlement law

On Thursday, The Supreme Court, which is hearing a plea challenging the validity of the Jammu and Kashmir Resettlement Act of 1982, sought to know as to how many people who migrated from the State have applied for returning from Pakistan. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the state government’s counsel to take instruction on the issue and posted the matter for further hearing on January 22. Rakesh Dwivedi, Senior advocate and a bench also comprising two justices S.K Kaul and K.M. Joseph will seek instruction from the competent authority and…

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Donald Trump ropes in intelligence official as his point person for South Asia

On Wednesday, The U.S. president Donald Trump announced in the White House to nominate Robert Williams, who is an intelligence officer with a specialization in South Asia and Afghanistan as Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs. Williams has also been an adjunct associate professor at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service since 2017 and was previously a senior adjunct professorial lecturer at American University’s School of International Service from 2013 to 2016. He also pursued his B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1993 and also…

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George RR Martin promises to finish off ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series

The author and the novelist George R.R. Martin has promised his fans to finish off “A Song of Ice and Fire” books which is a series of epic fantasy novel which serves as a HBO’s multiple awards. He began the first volume of series “A Game Of Thrones” in 1991 and it was published in 1996. A Song of Ice and Fire takes place on the fictional continents Westeros and Essos. The point of view of each chapter in the story is a limited perspective of a range of characters growing…

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It’s time for Pakistan to get on board with peace process in South Asia: United States

U.S Defence Secretary James Mattis said in a conference that Pakistan must take on a substantive role in peace talks with the Taliban if the war in neighboring Afghanistan is to be ended. While addressing the conference he said that it is the right time for everyone to support the efforts of the UN, efforts of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and all those who are trying to maintain peace in South Asia. He said that “The United States and Indian Prime Minister have overcome hesitation of history carrying forward…

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50 killed, more than 70 injured by terrorist attack in Kabul

About 50 people were killed with 70 others injured when a suicide bomber blew himself in the Afghan Capital Kabul on Tuesday, three government officials aware of the matter said. The official said, “A suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside a wedding hall where Islamic religious scholars had gathered to commemorate the anniversary of the Prophet Mohammad’s birth”. The attack took place in the Uranus Wedding hall nearby Kabul airport where an attacker entered the hall and blew himself. A spokesman of the Kabul police, Basir Mujahid talked about the…

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Donald Trump troll Pakistan over Bin Laden, said they never told us he was there. Fools!

United States President Donald Trump said on Monday that Al-Qaeda Chief Osama Bin Laden could have been captured earlier but Pakistan never told us that he was living there. Fools! While talking to Fox News Sunday, Donald Trump said, “Of course, we should have Captured Osama Bin Laden long before we did. President Clinton famously missed his shot. We paid Pakistan Billions of dollars and they never told us he was living there. Fools”. On 2010, Osama Bin Laden was killed by the US Navy operation in Pakistan’s city Abbottabad…

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