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Rupee falls 9% to 70.55 against US dollar in early trade

With the rising price of crude oils, rupee falls by 9 percent to 70.55 percent in early trade at the interbank foreign market on foreign funds outflow. Foreign dealers said that there is a fresh demand from the American currency from importers amid rising in crude oil prices weighed on the domestic unit. After the rise, the rupee opened lower at 70.50 per dollar and dropped further to quote at 70.55, 9 paise over its previous close. On Monday the local unit snapped the four days rising streak and dropped…

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World’s longest sea bridge connecting China to Hong Kong launched

World’s longest sea bridge is all set to be open soon. The sea bridge will connect the Chinese city of Macau with Hong Kong will cut short the travel time from 3 hours to 30 minutes. The 55km bridge is made with the expense of $20 billion. The top officials of China including President Xi Jinping will attend the inaugural ceremony of sea bridge in Zhuhai on Tuesday and it will be available for the public use from Wednesday. The bridge covers the major areas of southern China, Hong Kong,…

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Just 61 out of 100 vehicles sold, Pakistan’s government revenue collection fails

With much of strange by everyone, Pakistan’s government plans to collect the revenue by selling more than 100 luxury cars failed badly as they managed to sell only 60 cars. Imran Khan’s government earlier announced to cut all the unnecessary expenses to pay the mountain size debt and liability. As per the sources, the auction popularly known as “the nation’s wealth to its rightful owners” raised about just 200 million rupees against the predicted amount of ten times more by Pakistan’s Government. Imran Khan who took the office as the…

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More than 70 fires, gas explosions in US; 1 dead, 12 injured and hundreds evacuated

A shocking incident occurred at the three communities of Boston, Unites States on Thursday thus killing 1 person, 12 injured and compelling hundred other people to evacuate their homes due to more than 70 natural gas pipeline explosions of all a sudden. The gas explosion left dozens of buildings demolished followed by which more than 50 firefighter departments rushed to the spot and took the immediate precaution steps for the further losses. The crew shut down the gas supply and cut down the electricity for prevent any further mishappening. According…

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World Hindu Congress: “Unite, otherwise wild dogs invade and destroy”, controversial statement by Mohan Bhagwat

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat gave a controversial statement at the recently ongoing Second edition of the World Hindu Congress at Chicago, USA. He directed all the Hindus to get united otherwise wild dogs will soon invade and destroy them. While speaking in front of the 1500 delegates around the world, RSS chief said that the Hindus have been suffering for the past years but in order to get united as a society and prosper, they have to unite which is a difficult thing. He said, “Coming together of the Hindus…

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Bharat Bandh: Unity among opposition led by Congress shuts down normal life

Almost all the big opposition parties led by the Congress party have called for the Bharat Bandh today to protest against the increased fuel prices and other issues like dissimilarities in the Rafale deal, depreciation in the value of rupees. Congress will carry out a nationwide protest against the NDA government for the ongoing hike in the fuel prices and will demand to bring petrol and diesel under the GST. They will also demand for the probe in the Rafale deal and the depreciating rupees. Congress leader Ajay maken has…

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Facebook, Twitter opens up before US Congress for upcoming elections privacy

Social Media Giants Facebook and Twitter answered the multiple questions asked by the US Congress on Wednesday as they were asked about the strategies adopted to prevent foreign interference in the upcoming elections around the world. The move by US intelligence agencies comes as an advance move to save the privacy of the elections in the world. In 2016, it has been alleged that Russia interfered in the US Presidential election but it was later on denied by Russian President Vladimir Putin during a summit. On Wednesday, Facebook Chief Operating…

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Japan’s Typhoon Jebi Kills 9, PM Shinzo Abe releases Evacuation advisoryJapan’s Typhoon Jebi Kills 9, PM Shinzo Abe releases Evacuation advisory

The most powerful Typhoon Jebi which hits the central parts of japan kills 9 people till Wednesday along with stranding more than 1000 people at the major airport due to heavy damage. seeing the heavy damage, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has ordered his government to take every possible steps to protect the residents. PM said, “I urge the Japanese people to take action to protect your lives, including preparing and evacuating early”. The terrible typhoon Jebi hits the West coast of Japan at Tuesday afternoon with the speed of 216…

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Two Reuters journalists imprisoned for 7 years, attracts global condemnation

A court at Myanmar imprisoned two journalist from a news agency for 7 years as both the journalist were accused for spreading the secrecy of Myanmar’s private media law. However, the decision is attracting worldwide condemnation as the journalist community said that it is a ‘big blow to democracy’. Myanmar native Wa Lone, 32 and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28 has been accused for violating the official secret media law by reporting the incident of brutal behaviour by the Myanmar army on the Rohingya Muslims in the Rakhine state. About 7,00,000…

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Malaysian Hindu temple gets dazzling complex colours makeover, disturbs originality, says government

One of the famous Malaysian Hindu temple gets a dazzling colours makeover for creating excitement among the visitors but the government officials gets angry by saying that it disturbs originality. Located on the limestone hills of Kuala lumpur, Batu Caves Complex is famous  among the Malaysia’s ethnic Hindu minority groups and with have the  significance of climbing the 272 stairs to reach the Hindu temple. To make the journey of the stairs interesting and less tiring, Batu Caves is coloured with multi-bright colours to celebrate a Hindu ritual which occurs…

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