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Gita Gopinath becomes the first female chief economist of IMF

Gita Gopinath who was born in Mysore has become the first female chief economist of International Monetary Fund. She joined IMF last week and she believes that the world is experiencing the retreat from globalisation, posing challenges to multilateral institutions. Gita Gopinath has recently been named as the John Zwaanstra Professor of International Studies and Economics at Harward University. Her research mainly focuses on International Finance and Macroeconomics. She is a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank Of Boston. Gita Gopinath is also Managing Editor of the Review of economic studies and co-editor of the International Economics.…

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PM Modi and Donald Trump discuss Afghanistan’s Trade Deficit

On Monday, PM Modi and Donald Trump discussed prospects for increasing cooperation in Afghanistan, the India-US strategic partnership, trade deficit, cooperation in defence, and security issues with India over the telephone call. The office of White House said in a statement that   “Both the leaders have agreed to strengthen the US-India strategic partnership in 2019 and to exchange perspectives on how to reduce the US trade deficit with India, expand security and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific, and increase cooperation in Afghanistan.” Earlier in 2018, Both PM Narendra Modi and US President Donald…

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Golden Globes 2019 announces List Of Winners

Finally, the wait is over and the results have been finally declared for the much awaited Golden Globes 2019 awards which officially set off Hollywood’s awards season for this year in motion. The award is the 76th edition of the Golden Globes. The 76th edition of the Golden Globes began with the list of Hollywood actor/actress setting the red carpet on fire and then turned into an eventful night with the awards being announced inside the Beverly Hilton ballroom.  The Anchoring for this year’s Golden Globes was done by actress…

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Supreme Court Put Stay Order on Maggi

The Supreme Court on Thursday raised a stay on the proceedings of a case filed by the Center in the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission against the maker of Maggi, Nestle India, seeking damages of Rs 640 crores on charges of unfair trade practices, false labelling and misleading advertisements. Now the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC)  can continue proceedings against Nestle India, based on the results of tests of Maggi noodle samples conducted by the Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) in Mysuru. In December 2015, the top court had…

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China’s change-4 touches down on the far side of moon

The Chinese media announced on Thursday that the nation’s Change-4 Lunar Lander has successfully reached the far side of the moon, becoming the first in history to touch the lunar surface unseen by those on Earth. The Change-4 lunar was first launched in December. The space craft took three days to travel to the moon, where it spent the last few weeks in orbit preparing for touch down on the Von Karman crater. China’s National Space Administrator, Xinhua said, the space probe made up of a lander and a rover, landed…

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International Technology 

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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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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